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crowsMEMBERS
Adam Duritz (vocals, piano)
Dan Vickery (guitars)
Jim Bogios (drums, backing vocals)
Matt Malley (bass, guitars)
Charles Gillingham (keys)
David Bryson (guitars)
David Immergluck (guitars)

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crowsDISCOGRAPHY
Films About Ghosts - Click to view! FILMS ABOUT GHOSTS (2003)
Collecting the Crows' biggest hits from their first five full-length albums, Films About Ghosts has a good mixture from each album. As with all "Best Of" albums, some fans are going to be disappointed about the inclusions/exclusions, but if you're just looking to introduce yourself to the Crows, then this album is a good starting point.

Hard Candy - Click to view!
HARD CANDY (2002)
The latest Crows album is a journey through the melancholy sides of life, looking to women, alcohol, and our memories for salvation. Also features Sheryl Crow and Vanessa Carlton.

This Desert Life - Click to view!
THIS DESERT LIFE (1999)
They say that life is just a random series of events leading to the same inevitable end: residence in a pine box, gradually rotting away until you become compost for next year's dandelion crop. They say nothing happens for a reason, that fate is a pipe dream. Obviously, since I'm a Christian, I don't believe any of this. I base my life on the chance that there's a Greater Being overseeing the events of history and helping me along the way. Read full review...

Across a Wire: Live in New York - Click to view!
ACROSS A WIRE: LIVE IN NEW YORK (1998)
Two CD's full of songs from two New York concerts (both in 1997), Across a Wire provides listeners with a glimpse into the live concerts of an ecletically instrumental band.

Recovering the Satellites - Click to view!
RECOVERING THE SATELLITES (1996)
Recovering the Satellites was an about-face from the original Counting Crows sound on August and Everything After. Opting for electric rather than acoustic, Counting Crows tried to prove that they were more than a one-album wonder.

August and Everything After - Click to view!
AUGUST AND EVERYTHING AFTER (1993)
August and Everything After, a modern day classic, is one of those albums that transports you to another place, making you hungry for more. Driven by Adam Duritz's poetry and vocals and given substance by one of the most eclectic (the instruments used on this album range from mandolins to accordions to harmonicas) instrumentalists this side of the Dave Matthews Band. Read full review...

crowsLINKS
www.countingcrows.com
The official site features journals, detailed bios, and the latest happenings with the Crows.

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