News Segment


January 20, 2006

The live footage shot by the Black Crowes during a multiple-night August 2005 stand at San Francisco’s Fillmore Auditorium will finally see the light of day this spring. Due March 21 via Eagle Vision, the DVD “Freak ‘N’ Roll … Into the Fog” rounds up 19 tracks from those shows, four of which were previously released in their entirety by Instant Live.

Songs are drawn from all the Crowes’ six studio releases, from hits like “Remedy,” “Hard To Handle,” “She Talks to Angels” and “Sting Me” to more obscure fare like “Let Me Share the Ride,” “Sunday Night Buttermilk Waltz” and opener “(Only) Halfway to Everywhere.” The show ends with a cover of the Band’s “The Night They Drove Ol’ Dixie Down.”

The Crowes have been off the road since their New Year’s Eve show at New York’s Madison Square Garden, but will return to live duty Jan. 29 in Orlando, Fla. The group will then pause until a March 12 appearance at the Langerado Music Festival in Sunrise, Fla., ahead of a five-date swing through London (March 18-19) and Amsterdam (March 22-24).

Here is the track list for “Freak ‘N’ Roll … Into the Fog”:

“(Only) Halfway to Everywhere”
“Sting Me”
“No Speak No Slave”
“Soul Singing”
“Welcome to the Goodtimes”
“Jealous Again”
“Space Captain”
“My Morning Song”
“Sunday Night Buttermilk Waltz”
“Cursed Diamond”
“She Talks to Angels”
“Wiser Time”
“Non Fiction”
“Seeing Things”
“Hard To Handle”
“Let Me Share the Ride”
“Mellow Down Easy”
“The Night They Drove Ol’ Dixie Down”

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