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Three Snakes And One Charm Enhanced, Import, Original recording remastered


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  • Audio CD (June 18 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Import, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000068FXU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

1. Under A Mountain
2. Good Friday
3. Nebakanezer
4. One Mirror Too Many
5. Blackberry
6. Girl From A Pawnshop
7. (Only) Halfway To Everywhere
8. Bring On, Bring On
9. How Much For Your Wings?
10. Let Me Share The Ride
11. Better When You're Not Alone
12. Evil Eye

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By P. Kininmonth on Nov. 18 2005
Format: Audio CD
The Crowes bring us something new.
The roots that so many people need and crave (southern blues and rock) are still there and hugely prevalent on "Under a Mountain", "One Mirror", "Blackberry", "Halfway to Everywhere", "Let me Share the Ride" but we also listen to the sounds of progression. I don't think the jams that happen here are as random and abstract as they at first appear.
There is tension in this CD and it gives us some edge through what would otherwise be a series of safe songs.
The tragic and dischordant "How Much for your Wings" has so many layers that unwrap and battle with each other. The heartfelt "Girl From a Pawnshop" tells a story which musically and lyrically drops and then inspires.
"Nebakanezer" is a trip you want to take over and over.
For all the lineup changes and apparent difficulties - the Robinson Brothers very definately have 'it' on this CD - Chris sounds better than ever, both snarling and mellow - and Rich keeps finding hooks that pull you in.
Don't let this one pass you by because it's different.
The Black Crowes never pandered to the masses. They do what they do and keep rock and roll interesting.
It's a shame so many people don't get that!
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By A Customer on May 8 2004
Format: Audio CD
Three Snakes is probably the least accessible of the Crowes albums, which I flat out ignored it when it first came out. Years later listening to various recordings of concerts from the 1996-1997, the band was really strecthing the limits on these songs with extended jams and other experimental twists. These studio versions doesn't do it justice. Take "Bring On, Bring On" for instance. The only real thing that stands out is the layers of acoustic guitar that open the track on the album version. Go back and listen to any live show and you'll see hear an intense psychadelic jam that morphs the song into a completely different entity.
The selection of singles to promote the album also was bit baffling to me as well. "Blackberry" and "One Mirror Too Many" are probably the weakest songs on the record and don't even come close to the beautiful melodic groove present on the rest of this disc. "How Much For Your Wings?" which would've have been a better choice.
The ballads are the real strength of the album including "Good Friday", "Girl from a Pawnshop", and "Wings" are all perfect on their own.
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By A Customer on March 3 2003
Format: Audio CD
It's mo-rons like the reviewer above that make going to Crowes shows so fun nowadays. They aren't mainstream anymore, don't need the cash, and jam for fun and love. This CD embraces their spirit, and doesn't compromise for the almighty $. Their are plenty of down fo' boogies, like Blackberry, Halfway, Go tell The Congregation, Kickin' my heart, and Horsehead. If you want some champagne and reefer, try Bring On, Good Friday, Diamond Ring. I'm glad so many people our off the bandwagon; similar to the Pearl Jam folk, die hard Crowes fans stay loyal because the last thing these artists will do is compromise to please the MTV suckas!
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