Crow - Crow Music & Crow By Crow (1969/1970 US Strong Bluesy Hard Rock - Wave) MP3/Flac

[b]CROW had a truly unique sound which included aggressive musical interpretations combined with a distinctive blues rock sound. “Evil Woman Don’t Play Your Games With Me” charted nationally and hit the top ten of the national Billboard 500 during the winter of 1969. So diversely influential in the music world this release from the band was that Ozzy Osbourne and Black Sabbath covered the hit on their very first release in 1970, an album which was not at the time released in the United States, but has since been released in the United States on the 2004 Black Sabbath Greatest Hits compilation CD. Also, Ike and Tina Turner covered “Evil Woman Don’t Play Your Games With Me” on their album “Come Together.”[/b]

[b]During its original hay day of the 1960’s and 1970’s, CROW toured nationally and shared the bill with the likes of Janis Joplin, Iron Butterfly, Jefferson Starship, The Steve Miller Band, Eric Burdon and the Animals, and numerous others. Top honors for a top band. A total of four albums were released including “Crow Music”, “Crow By Crow”, “Mosaic”, and “The Best of Crow”.[/b]
[b]1st and 2nd Lps of Crow in one cd .[/b]
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Crow - Crow Music & Crow By Crow (1969/1970 US Strong Bluesy Hard Rock - Wave)
Credits[/b]
[b]David Wagner – Lead Vocals [/b]
[b]Dick Wiegand – Guitar  [/b]
[b]Larry Wiegand – Bass & Vocals [/b]
[b]Dave "Kink" Middlemist – Keyboards & Vocals[/b]
[b]Denny Caswell – Drums, Percussion & Vocals [/b]
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