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Monday, May 2, 2016


The 1969 debut from Minneapolis blues-rockers Crow. Crow were singer Dick Wagner, guitarist Dick Wiegland, keyboardist kink Middlemist (!), bassiat Larry Wiegland, and drummer Denny Craswell.  They had a fairly succcesful single, "Evil Woman (Don't Play Your Games With Me)", which would later be covered by Black Sabbath.

They had a couple of followup albums, which I don't have and haven't heard, and also reformed in the early 80's, which I certainly don't wish to hear. However, the debut IS something of a blues/psych classic of the era, one that fans of that genre should hear.

Warning: my CD was created from FLAC files, thus that is how I am uploading I get them is how YOU get them.

CROW MUSIC-01 Evil Woman (Don't Play Your Games With Me)/02 White Eyes/03 Thoughts/04 Da Da Song/05 Busy Day/06 Time to Make A Turn/07 Rollin'/08 Listen to the Bop (Dedicated to Chuck Berry)/09 Gonna Leave a Mark/10 Sleepy Woman

Good one, as you know my fondness for the hard psych of the 1968-7 era.


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    PART 2

  2. Not to be a nit picker, but the singer's name was David Wagner not Dick Wagner. Dick was in The Frost and Ursa Major and played with Lou Reed and Alice Cooper. I'm sure you know his history. I'd love to see you do a post on him. Peace!