The Black Crowes to release two albums this autumn

They're giving one away for free

The Black Crowes to release two albums this autumn
The Black Crowes are releasing two new albums. 'Before The Frost…' and its companion free album '…Until The Freeze' are due out in the US on September 1. The band will give away '…Until The Freeze' via a download code, which is included in the album 'Before The Frost…'. The band say the free download is a way of thanking fans for two decades of support.

The albums were recorded in just five nights at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, New York. 'Before The Frost...' features 11 new and previously unreleased tracks including 'Good Morning Captain' and 'I Ain’t Hiding'.

The second album, '…Until The Freeze' features eight original tracks as well as a cover of Stephen Stills' 'So Many Times'.

The albums will also be available as a limited-edition vinyl release, which will include all 20 tracks.

The tracklistings are:

'Before The Frost…'
'Good Morning Captain'
'Been A Long Time (Waiting On Love)'
'Appaloosa'
'A Train Still Makes A Lonely Sound'
'I Ain’t Hiding'
'Kept My Soul'
'What Is Home'
'Houston Don’t Dream About Me'
'Make Glad'
'And The Band Played On'
'Last Place That Love Lives'


'…Until The Freeze'
'Aimless Peacock'
'Shady Grove'
'Garden Gate'
'Greenhorn'
'Shine Along'
'Roll Old Jeremiah'
'Lady Of Avenue A'
'So Many Times'
'Fork In The River'


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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