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Shake Your Money Maker (1990)

The Black Crowes
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Southern rock, Blues-rock, Hard rock, Rock and roll

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Shake Your Money Maker is the debut album by the American blues rock band The Black Crowes, released in January 1990 on Def American Recordings. It is the only album by the band to feature guitarist Jeff Cease. The album is named after a classic blues song written by Elmore James. The Black Crowes have played the song live many times over the years, but it is not included on this album.
Shake Your Money Maker peaked at number 4 on the Billboard 200, and two of its singles, "Hard to Handle" and "She Talks to Angels", reached number 1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. "Jealous Again", "Twice As Hard" and "Seeing Things" were also charting singles in the US.
Brothers Chris and Rich Robinson had formed Mr. Crowe's Garden in 1984. In 1988 George Drakoulias spotted the band during a show the band gave in New York City and got them signed to Def American in 1988 ; they changed their name to The Black Crowes shortly after.
The recording sessions began in the summer of 1989 in Atlanta and Los Angeles, with Drakoulias producing the album. Some tracks include retained songs from the Mr. Crowe's Garden era such as "Could I've Been So Blind" and "She Talks to Angels", whose riff had been

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Tracks

4:09 Twice as Hard
2:44 Thick n' Thin
5:29 She Talks to Angels
3:44 Could I've Been So Blind
5:18 Seeing Things
4:34 Jealous Again
5:14 Stare It Cold
4:09 Struttin' Blues
3:10 Hard to Handle
5:13 Sister Luck
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