Complete List Of The Black Crowes Albums And Discography

The Black Crowes Albums

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This Complete List Of The Black Crowes Albums And Songs presents the full discography of The Black Crowes studio albums. The Black Crowes were first formed in the 1980s in the city of Marietta, Georgia. The band released their first album in 1990. The group has often been compared to the Rolling Stones as they have stayed true to blues oriented classic rock and roll.

This complete Black Crowes  discography also includes every single Black Crowes live album. All these classic rock sounding Black Crowes albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Black Crowes album as well as all original album covers. Every Black Crowes album listed below showcases the entire album track listing.


Shake Your Money Maker

Released February 13, 1990

CD Track Listings:

1. Twice as Hard (4:11)
2. Jealous Again (4:36)
3. Sister Luck (5:15)
4. Could I’ve Been So Blind (3:45)
5. Seeing Things (5:20)
6. Hard to Handle (3:08)
7. Thick n’ Thin (2:44)
8. She Talks to Angels (5:31)
9. Struttin’ Blues (4:10)
10. Stare It Cold (5:16)
11. Mercy, Sweet Moan (Live Too Fast Blues) (1:07)

The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion

Released May 12, 1992

CD Track Listings:

1. Sting Me (4:39)
2. Remedy (5:22)
3. Thorn in My Pride (6:03)
4. Bad Luck Blue Eyes Goodbye (6:28)
5. Sometimes Salvation (4:44)
6. Hotel Illness (3:59)
7. Black Moon Creeping (4:54)
8. No Speak No Slave (4:01)
9. My Morning Song (6:15)
10. Time Will Tell (4:06)


Released November 1, 1994

CD Track Listings:

1. Gone (5:08)
2. Conspiracy (4:46)
3. High Head Blues (4:01)
4. Cursed Diamond (5:56)
5. Nonfiction (4:16)
6. She Gave Good Sunflowers (5:48)
7. P.25 London (3:39)
8. Ballad in Urgency (5:39)
9. Wiser Time (5:32)
10. Downtown Money Waster (3:41)
11. Descending (5:39)

Three Snakes and One Charm

Released July 23, 1996

CD Track Listings:

1. Under a Mountain (4:11)
2. Good Friday (3:51)
3. Nebakanezer (4:07)
4. One Mirror Too Many (3:34)
5. Blackberry (3:26)
6. Girl From a Pawnshop (6:17)
7. (Only) Halfway to Everywhere (4:00)
8. Bring On, Bring On (3:56)
9. How Much for Your Wings? (3:28)
10. Let Me Share the Ride (3:21)
11. Better When You’re Not Alone (4:09)
12. Evil Eye (4:09)

By Your Side

Released January 12, 1999

CD Track Listings:

1. Go Faster (4:02)
2. Kickin’ My Heart Around (3:40)
3. By Your Side (4:28)
4. HorseHead (4:02)
5. Only a Fool (3:43)
6. Heavy (4:43)
7. Welcome to the Goodtimes (4:00)
8. Go Tell the Congregation (3:35)
9. Diamond Ring (4:09)
10. Then She Said My Name (3:43)
11. Virtue and Vice (4:45)


Released May 7, 2001

CD Track Listings:

1. Midnight From the Inside Out (4:20)
2. Lickin’ (3:42)
3. Come On (2:58)
4. No Use Lying (4:56)
5. Losing My Mind (4:26)
6. Ozone Mama (4:00)
7. Greasy Grass River (3:20)
8. Soul Singing (3:53)
9. Miracle to Me (4:42)
10. Young Man Old Man (4:13)
11. Cosmic Friend (5:22)
12. Cypress Tree (3:40)
13. Lay It All on Me (5:29)


Released March 3, 2008

CD Track Listings:

1. Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution (5:03)
2. Walk Believer Walk (4:39)
3. Oh Josephine (6:37)
4. Evergreen (4:20)
5. Wee Who See the Deep (4:49)
6. Locust Street (4:14)
7. Movin’ On Down the Line (5:41)
8. Wounded Bird (4:23)
9. God’s Got It (3:22)
10. There’s Gold in Them Hills (4:46)
11. Whoa Mule (5:45)

Before the Frost…Until the Freeze

Released September 1, 2009

CD Track Listings:

1. Good Morning Captain (3:24)
2. Been a Long Time (Waiting On Love) (7:47)
3. Appaloosa (3:35)
4. A Train Still Makes a Lonely Sound (4:23)
5. I Ain’t Hiding (5:57)
6. Kept My Soul (5:23)
7. What Is Home? (5:13)
8. Houston Don’t Dream About Me (5:05)
9. Make Glad (4:18)
10. And the Band Played On… (4:12)
11. Last Place That Love Lives (4:57)


Greatest Hits 1990–1999: A Tribute to a Work in Progress…

Released June 20, 2000

CD Track Listings:

1. Jealous Again (4:34)
2. Twice as Hard (4:09)
3. Hard to Handle (3:08)
4. She Talks to Angels (5:29)
5. Remedy (5:24)
6. Sting Me (4:41)
7. Thorn in My Pride (6:05)
8. Bad Luck Blue Eyes Goodbye (6:30)
9. A Conspiracy (4:46)
10. Wiser Time (5:33)
11. Good Friday (3:51)
12. Blackberry (3:26)
13. Kickin’ My Heart Around (3:41)
14. Go Faster (4:03)
15. Only a Fool (3:44)
16. By Your Side (4:28)

The Lost Crowes

Released September 26, 2006

CD Track Listings:

1. A Conspiracy (4:39)
2. Evil Eye (4:26)
3. Cursed Diamond (5:45)
4. London P25 (3:33)
5. Dirty Hair Halo (4:51)
6. Hi-Head Blues (4:20)
7. Feathers (6:41)
8. Nonfiction (4:13)
9. Tied Up and Swallowed (4:19)
10. Wiser Time (6:17)
11. Sunday Buttermilk Waltz (2:30)
12. Descending (5:25)
13. Lowdown (4:51)
14. Tornado (2:41)
15. Songs of the Flesh (3:44)
16. Thunderstorm 6:54 (4:03)


Released  August 3, 2010

CD Track Listings:

1. Jealous Again (5:13)
1. She Talks to Angels (6:16)
2. Share the Ride (3:58)
2. Morning Song (6:13)
3. Remedy (5:33)
3. Downtown Money Waster (4:17)
4. Non-Fiction (7:53)
4. Good Friday (5:42)
5. Thorn in My Pride (9:35)
5. Hotel Illness (3:38)
6. Welcome to the Good Times (4:01)
6. Soul Singing (4:15)
7. Girl From a Pawnshop (7:08)
7. Ballad in Urgency (9:16)
8. Wiser Time (9:33)
8. Sister Luck (5:58)
9. Cold Boy Smile (5:35)
9. She (5:31)
10. Under a Mountain (4:43)
10. Bad Luck Blue Eyes Goodbye (7:07)


Live at the Greek

Released 2000

CD Track Listings:

Disc 1:
1.”Celebration Day” (John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant) (3:42)
2.”Custard Pie” (Page, Plant) (5:18)
3.”Sick Again” (Page, Plant) (4:34)
4.”What Is and What Should Never Be” (Page, Plant)) (5:26)
5.”Woke up This Morning” (B.B. King, Jules Taub) (4:14)
6.”Shapes of Things to Come” (Jim McCarty, Keith Relf, Paul Samwell-Smith) (3:09)
7.”Sloppy Drunk” (Jimmy Rogers) (6:05)
8.”Ten Years Gone” (Page, Plant) (6:30)
9.”In My Time of Dying” (Traditional; arr./adap. John Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant) (9:34)
10.”Your Time Is Gonna Come” (Jones, Page) (6:02)

Disc two:
1.”The Lemon Song” (Bonham, Howlin’ Wolf, Jones, Page, Plant) (8:59)
2.”Nobody’s Fault But Mine” (Page, Plant)) (6:41)
3.”Heartbreaker” (Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant) (5:50)
4.”Hey Hey What Can I Do” (Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant) (3:30)
5.”Mellow Down Easy” (Willie Dixon) (5:20)
6.”Oh Well” (Peter Green) (4:10)
7.”Shake Your Money Maker” (Elmore James) (4:25)
8.”You Shook Me” (Dixon, J. B. Lenoir) (8:25)
9.”Out On The Tiles” (Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant)) (3:39)
10.”Whole Lotta Love” (Bonham, Dixon, Jones, Page, Plant) (5:34)


Released 2002

CD Track Listings:

1. Black Moon Creeping (5:59)
1. Midnight From the Inside Out (4:46)
2. Sting Me (4:28)
2. High Head Blues (6:11)
3. Thick n Thin (3:42)
3. Title Song (8:25)
4. She Talks to Angels (6:01)
4. Greasy Grass River (3:38)
5. Sometimes Salvation (6:29)
5. Twice as Hard (4:35)
6. Lickin’ (5:14)
6. Cursed Diamond (6:08)
7. Miracle to Me (6:12)
7. Soul Singing (3:53)
8. Wiser Time (7:39)
8. Hard to Handle (3:26)
9. Remedy (5:37)
9. Girl From a Pawnshop (6:44)
10. Cosmic Friend (5:08)

Freak ‘n’ Roll…Into the Fog

Released 2006

CD Track Listings:

1. (Only) Halfway to Everywhere (8:29)
1. Cursed Diamond (7:24)
2. Sting Me (4:41)
2. She Talks to Angels (6:10)
3. No Speak No Slave (5:31)
3. Wiser Time (7:14)
4. Soul Singing (9:46)
4. Nonfiction (10:18)
5. Welcome to the Goodtimes (4:02)
5. Seeing Things (7:16)
6. Hard to Handle (8:27)
6. Jealous Again (5:04)
7. Let Me Share the Ride (9:24)
7. Space Captain (4:43)
8. My Morning Song (13:49)
8. Mellow Down Easy (4:35)
9. Sunday Night Buttermilk Waltz (5:06)
9. Remedy (5:39)
10. The Night They Drove Ol’ Dixie Down (6:16)

Warpaint Live

Released 2009

CD Track Listings:

1. Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution (5:20)
1. Poor Elijah / Tribute to Johnson (medley) (5:52)
2. Darling of the Underground Press (4:25)
2. Walk Believer Walk (4:55)
3. Bad Luck Blue Eyes Goodbye (7:56)
3. Oh Josephine (7:59)
4. Don’t Know Why (5:17)
4. Evergreen (4:21)
5. Wee Who See the Deep (7:35)
5. Torn and Frayed (5:16)
6. Hey Grandma (4:13)
6. Locust Street (4:14)
7. Movin’ On Down the Line (7:58)
8. Wounded Bird (4:39)
9. God’s Got It (4:26)
10. There’s Gold in Them Hills (5:04)
11. Whoa Mule (6:53)

Wiser for the Time

Released 2013

CD Track Listings:

Disc One: 

  1. “Cursed Diamond” – 7:21
  2. “Sister Luck” – 6:21
  3. “Smile” – 4:40
  4. “Downtown Money Waster” – 4:47
  5. “Hot Burrito #1” – The Flying Burrito Brothers – 4:06
  6. “Hot Burrito #2” – The Flying Burrito Brothers – 4:36
  7. “Garden Gate” – 4:35
  8. “Better When You’re Not Alone” – 6:46
  9. “Darling Of The Underground Press” – 4:27
  10. “Jealous Again” – 5:44
  11. “Hotel Illness” – 4:22
  12. “Thunderstorm” – 4:37
  13. “Oh The Rain” – 6:21

Disc Two:

  1. “Soul Singing – 4:53
  2. “Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You” – Bob Dylan – 3:34
  3. “Exit” – 6:17
  4. “No Speak No Slave” – 5:02
  5. “(Only) Halfway To Everywhere” – 10:44
  6. “A Conspiracy” – 5:08
  7. “Title Song” – 8:35
  8. “My Morning Song/Stare It Cold” – 11:19
  9. “Tied Up & Swallowed” – 5:58
  10. “Make Glad” – 5:08
  11. “Waiting Guilty” – 8:52
  12. “She Talks To Angels” – 6:15
  13. “Willin” – Little Feat  – 5:31

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