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EP is better than LP

Wish RR would've went more in this direction than the singer/songwriter direction he went on "Through A Crooked Sun". Much more of a blues/rock vibe to this collection. This is a positive in my book. You should also know that RR sings through a Hohner Green Hornet harmonica microphone on EVERY song on this EP. This may not be your cup of tea, but it does support the bluesier element of these songs. Download this one now if you're reading this.

Underground Horsehead!

Although it might sound like a negative I mean it as a positive when I write that putting out a four-song EP was a good choice. Any more than that and the vocals might have become grating, but in this small dose Rich sounds perfect! Fans of BOAF "Horsehead" and, better yet, "Darling of the Underground Press" will rejoice as Rich's guitar-playing is in fine form. He has proven that he can write great radio-friendly songs, but as die-hard Crowes fans would expect, this is the side of Rich's musical bent that he rarely gets to show when with the band. Gritty, greasy, gutsy, all of the adjectives have been used before... and they apply here yet again. I couldn't be happier about it!

As a bonus, I had no idea this EP was coming out. It's as if Christmas came early today!!!


Born: May 24, 1969 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

When the Black Crowes either broke up or went on indefinite hiatus (it depends on who you ask and sometimes when you ask), guitarist Rich Robinson spent a few months with his family at home, figuring out what to do next. There were some deaths in his extended family that just added to how strange it was adjusting to life without the Crowes, and how strange it was to be working on projects without his brother, vocalist Chris Robinson. He ended up building a studio in his Connecticut home and worked...
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