Marc Ford – It’s About Time

Ex-Crowes lead guitarist makes his own mark on impressive debut Marc Ford will always be associated with The Black Crowes, whom he joined in late 1991 and remained until his departure in 1997 (he later rejoined the group in 2005/06). Yet apart from collaborations with Blue Floyd, Chris Stills and a couple of live albums… Read More Marc Ford – It’s About Time

Brothers Of A Feather – Live At The Roxy

Brothers in arms get back to basics The Black Crowes were never strangers when it came to acoustic performance. So it should come as no surprise that principle members Chris and Rich Robinson decided to embark on a separate tour of their own, playing smaller, more intimate venues while sitting down on chairs and telling… Read More Brothers Of A Feather – Live At The Roxy

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood – Anyway You Love; We Know How You Feel

Ex-Crowes frontman keeps the hippie vibes alive The Chris Robinson Brotherhood have been going for several years now, incessantly touring and recording at a pace that would put many other bands half their age to shame. That The Black Crowes have decided to call it final quits is almost akin to Jerry Garcia announcing that… Read More The Chris Robinson Brotherhood – Anyway You Love; We Know How You Feel

Burning Tree – Burning Tree

Before Marc Ford found fame and heroin with The Black Crowes, he was lead guitarist of Los Angeles based blues-rock power trio Burning Tree, whose influences drew heavily from late ‘60s early ‘70s psychadelia, namely the likes of Cream, The Yardbirds and Jimi Hendrix, which was in almost complete contrast to many of their cock… Read More Burning Tree – Burning Tree

Chris Robinson – This Magnificent Distance

On Chris Robinson’s second solo album, This Magnificent Distance, the former Black Crowes singer managed to distance himself even further from his previous band than ever before. And while not exactly a depressing listen it is most certainly a far more cynical one than 2002’s New Earth Mud, a record many Crowes fans found both… Read More Chris Robinson – This Magnificent Distance

Rich Robinson – Through A Crooked Sun

Like Paper, Chris Robinson’s solo debut, Through A Crooked Sun is a largely mellow, reflective, classic rock affair, carved out of the same stone as those who had played before him. As a co-founding member of seminal rock band The Black Crowes, there can be no doubt that Robinson is one of the most experienced… Read More Rich Robinson – Through A Crooked Sun

Primal Scream – Give Out But Don’t Give Up

Primal Scream were one of Scotland’s most innovative and groundbreaking acts to appear in the late 1980’s and early ‘90s, who somehow managed to bring rave and indie fans together on the same dance floor, and a band determined to stretch the constraints of rock via a heady blend of dub and dance oriented rock and roll… Read More Primal Scream – Give Out But Don’t Give Up