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Amorica

Amorica is the third album by The Black Crowes. Released in 1994 on American Recordings and re-issued it in the USA and UK in 1998. The album received mixed reviews from critics, but sales were good, due to publicity stemming from the album cover's depiction of pubic hair.

Tracks

  1. Gone
  2. A Conspiracy
  3. High Head Blues
  4. Cursed Diamond
  5. Non Fiction
  6. She Gave Good Sunflower
  7. P. 25 London
  8. Ballad In Urgency
  9. Wiser Time
  10. Downtown Money Waster
  11. Descending

Personnel

  • The Black Crowes - Producer
  • Mark Ford - Guitar
  • Eric Bobo - Percussion
  • Johnny Colt - Bass
  • Eddie Harsch - Keyboards
  • Bruce Kaphan - Pedal Steel
  • Jack Joseph Puig - Producer, Engineer, Mixing
  • Chris Robinson - Harmonica, Vocals, Artwork, Art Direction
  • Jeff Sheehan - Assistant Engineer
  • Andy Sturmer
  • Janet Levinson - Artwork, Art Direction, Design
  • Butch BelAir - Photography
  • Mique Willmott - Illustrations
  • Jimmy Ashurst - Mandolin
  • Steve German - Drums
  • Jamie Oliveri - Collage
  • Rich Robinson - Guitar



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