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|Stone the Crows|
Genres: Pop, Rock
This third album from Scotland's Stone The Crows was as close to hitting on all cylinders as they ever come in the studio. 'Big Jim Salter', 'I May Be Right, I May Be Wrong', and their version of Dylan's 'Don't Think Twice... more »
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This third album from Scotland's Stone The Crows was as close to hitting on all cylinders as they ever come in the studio. 'Big Jim Salter', 'I May Be Right, I May Be Wrong', and their version of Dylan's 'Don't Think Twice' being the standout tracks. River Records. 2005.
Strong band Strong Vocals
firstname.lastname@example.org | Broome, Australia | 07/23/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I'm really pleased to find this on CD. I have the record. Maggie Bell belts 'em out - particularly Mr. Wizard - great party song. Plenty of celtic ballads also."
Great classisist rock
William R. Nicholas | Mahwah, NJ USA | 06/09/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"If you enjoy a straight rock sound and want to go beyond "Layla" and "Stairway to heaven," if your sick of the abusrd limits placed on classic rock radio programming, consider this album.
Stone The Crows are a fantastic rock band that never cracked it big in the states. But they have a wonderful grasp of all the rock and R&B sounds that other, more popular "Classic Rock" bands took to the bank in the 70s.
Teenage Licks includes this bands twists on straight rock, gospal, and R&B balladeering. The playing is no-nonsence but proficiant, yet never once does Stone The Crows lose their live, loose sound. They are as good as Delaney and Bonnie, The ALman Brothers, or any other band in this neighborhood. They simply don't get airplay.
Their lead singer, Maggie Bell, actually had a solo career on Led Zeppilins Swan Song label.
Those boys knew talent when they saw it. Too bad more people did not."