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I'm 99% sure this is the original track of "Evil Woman," which is the only track I cared about. I don't have a vinyl version to compare, but my music memory is solid on this. It is certainly different from the obvious do-over being sold on another album.

Classic, vintage Evil Woman

What dannyodaddy says, it's the real deal with "Evil Woman". The horn section is the dead giveaway. Took me years to find this, now it's time to enjoy.

if you liked "Evil Woman"

If you liked Evil Woman, you are likely going to enjoy all or most of the songs. Crow mixed elements of garage band, pop, blues, and (hard) rock. More than anything, they are hard rocking. Dick Wiegand played a real ragged, off the cuff, Keith Richards type guitar. His brother Larry was just killer on bass. As in Evil Woman, the bass parts are very strong and up front in many of these songs. Wait to you hear Dick's guitar solos on "Heading North", hard rocking with some really crazy wah wah.

Wish they woud have included Busy Day off the first album. I recommend you buy the Crow Music, and Crow by Crow albums if you can find them. Or best of Crow. Mosiac was good, but not as high quality as the first two. Lead singer Dave Wagner also had a solo album released on MGM I believe. Sorta of a David Clayton Thomas type album of covers. Good stuff.


Formed: Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Minneapolis blues-rock quintet Crow was formed in 1967 by frontman Dave Wagner, guitarist Dick Weigand, his bassist brother Larry, and keyboardist Kink Middlemist. Originally dubbed South 40, they added former Castaways drummer Denny Craswell to the lineup prior to recording their 1969 debut LP, Crow Music, for the Amaret label; the single "Evil Woman (Don't You Play Your Games with Me)" cracked the U.S. Top 20, even though its distinctive horn arrangement was overdubbed against the band's wishes....
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jan 01, 2009

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