The Black Crowes - The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion: Remastered [Super Deluxe Edition 3CD] | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Sting Me
2. Remedy
3. Thorn In My Pride
4. Bad Luck Blue Eyes Goodbye
5. Sometimes Salvation
6. Hotel Illness
7. Black Moon Creeping
8. No Speak No Slave
9. My Morning Song
10. Time Will Tell

DISC: 2

1. 99 Pounds
2. Miserable
3. Rainy Day Women No 12 & 35 - Live In Studio, January 4, 1992
4. Boomer’s Story - Live In Studio, January 4, 1992
5. Darling of The Underground Press
6. Sting Me (Slow) - Live In Studio, January 4, 1992
7. Bad Luck Blue Eyes, Goodbye - Live In Studio, January 4, 1992
8. Sometimes Salvation - Live In Studio, January 4, 1992
9. Black Moon Creeping - Live In Studio, January 4, 1992

DISC: 3

1. No Speak No Slave - Live
2. Sting Me - Live
3. My Morning Song - Live
4. Jam - Live
5. Thorn in My Pride - Live
6. Bad Luck Blue Eyes Goodbye - Live
7. Black Moon Creeping - Live
8. Hotel Illness - Live
9. Sometimes Salvation - Live
10. Remedy - Live

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The Black Crowes and producer George Drakoulias revisit their classic second album, The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion. They’ve gone through the archives to create a deluxe edition featuring unreleased studio recordings, rare b-sides, a February 1993 concert, and a newly remastered album. Highlights include a new mix of the Memphis soul classic “99 Pounds”; the previously unreleased studio recording “Miserable.”

Box set includes: a reproduction of the original 132 page promotional hymn book featuring insights on the record and band’s state of mind from both Chris and Rich Robinson and sheet music for the 9 Chris and Rich compositions.  Along with the box there are 4 12″x12″ lithographs of images from the southern Harmony photo shoots. The project has been overseen by Chris and Rich Robinson and album producer George Draklouias. There are 14 unreleased recordings including 2 studio recordings, a live concert from February 1993 and the never heard before live in-studio performance recorded at the end of the Southern Harmony session along with b-sides and the original album, now remastered. 

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