The Black Crowes Shake Your Money Maker

Shake Your Money Maker
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  • Released: March 5, 2002
  • Originally Released: 2002
  • Label: Island

Entertainment Reviews:

Rolling Stone - 5/13/99, p.55
Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."
Rolling Stone - 5/31/90
3 Stars - Good "...the kind of streamlined, supertight groove album that bar-band dreams are made of."
Rolling Stone - 5/13/99, p.55
Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."
Rolling Stone - 5/31/90
3 Stars - Good "...the kind of streamlined, supertight groove album that bar-band dreams are made of."
Entertainment Weekly - 1/25/91
B+ "...their sheer energy earns 'em the right to trash it up..."
Entertainment Weekly - 1/25/91
B+ "...their sheer energy earns 'em the right to trash it up..."
Q
4 Stars - Excellent
Q
4 Stars - Excellent
Melody Maker - 9/19/00, p.50
4 stars out of 5 - "Mighty line-dancin', s***-kickin' holy 'sheeeit' from the other Aerosmith..."
Melody Maker - 9/19/00, p.50
4 stars out of 5 - "Mighty line-dancin', s***-kickin' holy 'sheeeit' from the other Aerosmith..."

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This is an enhanced audio CD which contains regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
This CD is also available as part of the 5-CD SHO' NUFF box set.
The Black Crowes: Chris Robinson (vocals); Rich Robinson, Jeff Cease (guitar); Johnny Colt (bass); Steve Gorman (drums, cymbals).
Additional personnel: Brendan O'Brien (various instruments); Chuck Leavell (piano, organ); Laura Creamer (background vocals).
Recorded at Soundscape Studios, Atlanta, Georgia; Chapel Studios, Paramount Studios & Grandmaster Studios, Los Angeles, California.
The Black Crowes: Chris Robinson (vocals); Rich Robinson, Jeff Cease (guitar); Johnny Colt (bass); Steve Gorman (drums, cymbals).
Additional personnel: Brendan O'Brien (various instruments); Chuck Leavell (piano, organ); Laura Creamer (background vocals).
Recorded at Soundscape Studios, Atlanta, Georgia; Chapel Studios, Paramount Studios & Grandmaster Studios, Los Angeles, California.
When the Black Crowes released SHAKE YOUR MONEYMAKER in 1989, the alternative music revolution was a couple of years off as hair bands and mall queens cluttered the airwaves. The Crowes' debut was a straightforward rock & roll album named for an Elmore James song and recorded by a band fronted by an impossibly skinny lead singer and a pair of riff-happy guitarists. Sure, songs such as "Sister Luck," "Twice As Hard" and "Jealous Again" may have struck a little close to the sound the Rolling Stones and Faces were trading in during the early '70s, but there was nothing contrived about the Black Crowes' music.
Despite being in their early 20's at the time, brothers Chris and Rich Robinson showed a knack for writing about soul-searching ("Seeing Things") and tragic characters ("She Talks To Angels") when they weren't busy tearing up the joint ("Thick N'Thin"). These sons of the south even turned a new generation on to fellow Georgian Otis Redding when they covered his "Hard To Handle." This album not only kicked off a controversial career but helped put Rick Rubin's fledgling label on the map.

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  • UPC: 731458678823
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