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Before the Frost... Until the Freeze


Download links and information about Before the Frost... Until the Freeze by The Black Crowes. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:39:34 minutes.

Artist: The Black Crowes
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:39:34
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No. Title Length
1. Good Morning Captain 3:23
2. Been a Long Time (Waiting On Love) 7:41
3. Appaloosa 3:27
4. A Train Makes a Lonely Sound 4:21
5. I Ain't Hiding 5:54
6. Kept My Soul 5:21
7. What Is Home 5:12
8. Houston Don't Dream About Me 5:03
9. Make Glad 4:17
10. And the Band Played Om 4:10
11. The Last Place That Love Lives 4:56
12. Aimless Peacock 6:33
13. Shady Grove 4:39
14. Garden Gate 4:13
15. Greenhorn 7:10
16. Shine Along 4:33
17. Roll Old Jeremiah 4:24
18. Lady of Avenue A 5:18
19. So Many Times 4:49
20. Fork In the River 4:10



Reunited and inspired, the Black Crowes brought a notable amount of new material with them to the Band’s Levon Helm’s studio in Woodstock, and cut everything live in front of an appreciative audience. The guys are in fine form with Larry Campbell adding some choice fiddle, pedal steel and banjo where appropriate. They use their full rock vocabulary and then some. Tracks such as “Good Morning Captain,” “Kept My Soul” and “So Many Times“ trace the band’s blues and gospel roots, while “What Is Home” pays homage to the their early-‘70s folk roots, with its sweet CSNY-type harmonies and fingerpicked instruments (mandolin, banjo) creating a bucolic spell. “I Ain’t Hiding” skirts ‘70s disco. “Garden Gate” tricks up bluegrass. “And the Band Played Om” riffs on the Beatles. “Houston Don’t Dream About Me” flirts with ‘70s country-rock, while “Roll On Jeremiah” goes for straight C&W. “The Last Place That Love Lives” channels that wasted acoustic folk-soul that Chris Robinson knows or so well.