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I picked up the new album by former Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson and his band, the New Earth Mud entitled 'The Magnificent Distance'. I'd recommend it to anyone that digs your more "jammy-hippy rock" ... Much like his first solo disc, Chris kinda stays away from sounding too Crowes-esque and is much more mellow (guess that's what having a hot-ass wife will do for you).






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    Originally posted by Mayhem

    I picked up the new album by former Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson and his band, the New Earth Mud entitled 'The Magnificent Distance'. I'd recommend it to anyone that digs your more "jammy-hippy rock" ... Much like his first solo disc, Chris kinda stays away from sounding too Crowes-esque and is much more mellow (guess that's what having a hot-ass wife will do for you).


Saw him on the Letterman show last night - dude looks kinda scary and makes me want to shave my beard lest *I* end up looking like that.



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    Originally posted by Phantom Lord
    Kate Hudson is this generation's Yoko Ono.


I often wonder that myself ... I think the Crowes were starting to cement themselves as a "could-be" legendary band ... 'Lions' is an awesome record.




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    Originally posted by Phantom Lord
    Kate Hudson is this generation's Yoko Ono.


Lennon should've been so lucky.



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Sad new indeed. The local college radio station (kcpr) has been playing stuff from various "Peel Sessions" CD's all day. Lots of great bands played live for him and there are quite a few of those CD's out there. I definitely recommend them.
- OndaGrande, John Peel dead at 65 (2004)
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