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ARTIST: Counting Crows TITLE: August And Everything After LABEL: Geffen GENRE: Rock BITRATE: 175kbps avg PLAYTIME: 2h 37m total RELEASE DATE: 2007-09-18 RIP DATE: 2007-09-18 Track List ---------- Disc #1/2 ---------- 1. Round Here 5:32 2. Omaha 3:39 3. Mr. Jones 4:32 4. Perfect Blue Buildings 5:00 5. Anna Begins 4:31 6. Time And Time Again 5:14 7. Rain King 4:15 8. Sullivan Street 4:29 9. Ghost Train 4:02 10. Raining In Baltimore 4:41 11. A Murder Of One 5:47 12. Shallow Days (Acoustic Demo) 4:56 (Bonus Track) 13. Mean Jumper Blues (Acoustic 4:28 Demo) (Bonus Track) 14. Love And Addiction (Demo) 4:24 (Bonus Track) 15. Omaha (Demo) (Bonus Track) 3:24 16. Shallow Days (Demo) (Bonus 4:48 Track) 17. This Land Is Your Land 3:49 (Acoustic Demo) (Bonus Track) Disc #2/2 ---------- 1. Anna Begins (Live) 5:23 2. Omaha (Live) 3:45 3. Jumping Jesus (Live) 3:06 4. Margery Dreams Of Horses (Live) 4:15 5. Perfect Blue Buildings (Live) 5:24 6. Round Here (Live) 11:45 7. Rain King (Live) 4:54 8. Time And Time Again (Live) 6:23 9. Ghost Train (Live) 5:42 10. Children In Bloom (Live) 5:26 11. A Murder Of One (Live) 14:45 12. Sullivan Street (Live) 5:19 13. The Ghost In You (Live) 3:45 Release Notes: Like any band that could conceivably be called alternative in the '90s, Counting Crows released a lot of multi-part singles loaded up with non-LP B-sides and had songs given away on compilations and soundtracks, but they truly jumped into that game after their 1994 debut, August and Everything After. After recording that first album, they didn't have much left in the vault, so the singles contained live versions and acoustic versions of songs from the album. The only major non-LP song was "Einstein on the Beach (For an Eggman)," originally released on the 1994 various-artists comp DGC Rarities, Vol. 1, and since that was pulled for the 2003 hits collection Films About Ghosts, there wasn't much reason to recycle it for this 2007 double-disc deluxe edition of August. Without previously released songs to round up, the deluxe edition concentrates on previously unreleased tracks -- a whopping 19 of them. Most of these tracks are the 13 songs performed at the last show of the August and Everything After tour, performed in Paris and captured here for posterity. It's a good show, but of greater interest to fans are the six previously unreleased demos, three of them acoustic, on the first disc, including a version of Woody Guthrie's "This Land Is Your Land." Nothing here is essential, but it's all good, and when combined with liner notes from Adam Duritz, it makes for a nice package for dedicated fans. ___ With their angst-filled hybrid of Van Morrison, the Band, and R.E.M., Counting Crows became an overnight sensation in 1994. Only a year earlier, the band was a group of unknown musicians, filling in for the absent Van Morrison at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ceremony; they were introduced by an enthusiastic Robbie Robertson. Early in 1993, the band recorded their debut album, August and Everything After, with T-Bone Burnett; it was released in the fall. It was a dark, somber record, driven by the morose lyrics and expressive vocals of Adam Duritz; the only up-tempo song, "Mr. Jones," became their ticket to stardom. What made Counting Crows was how they were able to balance Duritz's tortured lyrics with the sound of the late '60s and early '70s; it made them one of the few alternative bands to appeal to listeners who thought that rock & roll died in 1972. Recovering the Satellites followed in 1996, and in 1998 they issued the two-disc Across a Wire: Live in New York. Counting Crows' third studio album, This Desert Life, appeared in 1999. In the midst of recording and collaborating with Ryan Adams on his sophomore album, Gold, Duritz joined his band in the studio as well. The fruit of those sessions was the Steve Lillywhite-produced fourth album, Hard Candy. The next year saw the release of the best-of Films About Ghosts, and in 2004 Counting Crows reminded fans of their ability to write a hit single with "Accidentally in Love," which appeared on the Shrek 2 soundtrack. Two years later, New Amsterdam: Live at Heineken Music Hall, recorded from a show on February 6, 2003, was made available to the public.
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