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Amorica Original recording remastered, Import, Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (June 18 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Import, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000068FY2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)

1. Gone
2. A Conspiracy
3. High Head Blues
4. Cursed Diamond
5. Nonfiction
6. She Gave Good Sunflower
7. P.25 London
8. Ballad In Urgency
9. Wiser Time
10. Downtown Money Waster
11. Descender


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The Black Crowes are one of those rare bands that are unmatched when it comes to intense, bad-a** rock n' roll of the late 20th century - the southern style is a pleasure to the ear, and there is soooo much to listen to, both in terms of lyrics/vocals and the layered, busy (in the best kind of way) instrumentation that your appreciation and opinion of every song will develop further every time you listen to the album. Amorica is the 3rd Crowes' album, and is in many Crowes fans' minds an album from the peak years of the band's creativity - though that of course is an ever-argued point among "Amoricans"... I say there's a reason that Black Crowes fans as a whole are identifed as such - this album is an awesome offering, a classic, and one of my favourites of all time.
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Did someone say Rock'N'Roll??? Where has all the rock'n'roll "Gone"? Well don't look any further, as here it is with the Black Crowes!!! This CD as a ton of great Rock'N'Roll Tracks. It opens with "Gone, A Conspiracy, High Head Blues, Cursed Diamond, and Nonfiction". WOW... what a power opening for any CD!! But that's not all!!!! I left off one of the best tracks... "Wiser Time".
This CD is a must have for your CD collection!! Don't wait!! If you love Rock'n'Roll and you have wondered where it has gone... Then buy this CD!! You will not be disappointed!!!
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By TBone on June 29 2004
Format: Audio CD
I am listening to this CD as I write this review...Have you ever just knew the minute you see something, or hear something, or smell something, that you would love it for the rest of your life? Do you remember your first kiss? Your first love? The first time you made love? Every major moment in life comes with it a memory..This album is a memory, of days gone by, of sitting on the porch at your Grandmother's in the summer eating homemade ice cream...There are no #1 hits on this disk, no radio friendly tunes, nothing the judges on "American Idle" would approve of...This album is God Damn artwotk...Put it in your CD player, push play, and live your life..This album reaches the depths of your soul and sings..It sings!! Jesus Christ reserved 11 songs in Heaven to committ to a Rock and Roll album..He put them on this CD..The Black Crowes were mere pawns, vehicles if you will...Misery, heartache, love gone bad, addictions, they are celebrated here, and how beautifully they are expressed..Poetry through music..How did an obscure band from Georgia do this? Sell their souls to the devil himself? IF that's the case, and I go to hell, all I ask is that I bring this CD with me..I won't bother reviewing the songs on this album...It's been done, I can only try and convey how this album moves me...If you don't get this record, it's totally your loss my friend..God bless Amorica...
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By A Customer on May 30 2004
Format: Audio CD
It is hard for me to describe how powerful an album Amorica is. This album has moved me in so many ways, so many different times. Every listen brings with it a plethora of nuances that tug at my heart and at my very soul. Chris Robinson's lyrics are piercing and evoke a kind of nostalgic, hopeful, genuine complexion. Every listen brings with it richness and newness. Every time I listen to Amorica I feel like I am meeting with my long lost best friend. In truth, this album has helped me through the toughest, most painful times in my life. Amorica ceases to amaze.
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By A Customer on May 8 2004
Format: Audio CD
Before formal sessions for Amorica started, the Robinson brothers had planned another album called "Tall" that was totally scrapped. Some true gems for this buried album including "Title Song", "Bewildered", and "Exit" were recorded but still remain unreleased to this very day. The rest of the album consists of uninspired acoustic outtakes and bunch of throwaways. Imagine if the Crowes had released that record instead of the majesty that is Amorica? Granted the only songs taken from the Tall sessions that still remain intact are "She Gave Good Sunflower" and "Nonfiction." But if the band went ahead and released Tall, we would have never been graced with the sultry slide guitar of "Cursed Diamond" and "Descending," or the mindsplitting jams on "Gone" and "High Head Blues." The decision to write and record new songs ultimately paid off as it had previously with the Southern Harmony and Musical Compansion.
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By H3@+h on May 2 2004
Format: Audio CD
I think like alot of people, I didn't like this much at first, but after time it's become my favorite by far. I think of it as not just a great "Black Crowes" album, but overall one of the great albums ever. It includes some of their trademark rockers like "Gone" and "A Conspiracy", and some more mellow songs like "She Gave Good Sunflower" and "Descender". I also really like the catchy "High Head Blues". But the best thing on here is the combo of "Ballad In Urgency" into "Wiser Time". Two excellent songs indeed. I'd say between the music and the cover photo, "Amorica" is the "Sticky Fingers" of the 90's.
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