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Performer: Black Crowes, The
Genre: Rock
Title: Shake Your Money Maker
Released: 1990
Style: Rock & Roll, Hard Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1392 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1773 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1571 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 669
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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.

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Their debut album, Shake Your Moneymaker, entered the scene with a widespread force. Led by an overwhelmingly strong set of singles and an undeniable swagger that rivaled Exile on Main Street era Stones, Shake Your Moneymaker eventually went triple platinum in the US and stands as one of the more successful and arguably one of the best debut albums in rock history. There is nothing complicated about Shake Your Moneymaker. The album is a straight to the point rollicking groove saturated opus dripping with swagger. The Black Crowes would expand their horizons to a varying degree of success after Shake Your Moneymaker. Although they would release strong albums in the future, they would also prove to lose something along the way. The debut album is devoid of pretentiousness and self importance.

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The Black Crowes' debut album, Shake Your Money Maker, may borrow heavily from the bluesy hard rock grooves of the Rolling Stones and Faces (plus a bit of classic soul), but the band gets away with it due to sharp songwriting and an ear for strong riffs and chorus melodies, not to mention the gritty, muscular rhythm guitar of Rich Robinson. and brother Chris' appropriate vocal swagger.

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