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Black Crowes Announce ‘Southern Harmony’ Deluxe Box Set

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The Black Crowes have announced a deluxe reissue of their second album, The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion, featuring unreleased studio recordings, rare B-sides and a live performance from 1993 at Houston’s Sam Houston Coliseum.
The collection is set for release on Dec. 1 and is available to preorder now in a variety of formats, including “super deluxe” four-LP and three-CD box sets. These editions will also include a reproduction of the album’s original 132-page promotional hymnal containing the band’s insights about the album and a set of lithographs of photos taken during the album sessions.

You can see the four-LP track listing below.
More Multi-Platinum Success
Released in 1992, The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion continued the Black Crowes’ winning streak following the multi-platinum success of their debut album, Shake Your Money Maker. This sophomore release topped the Billboard 200 and sold more than 2 million copies in the United States.
READ MORE: How the Black Crowes Have ‘Rekindled the Fire’: Exclusive Interview
The Black Crowes will also open for Aerosmith on their Peace Out farewell tour, which launches on Sept. 2 in Philadelphia.
‘Southern Harmony and Musical Companion Super Deluxe 4LP’ Track ListingLP 1 – The Southern Harmony and Musical CompanionSting MeRemedyThorn In My PrideBad Luck Blue Eyes GoodbyeSometimes SalvationHotel IllnessBlack Moon CreepingNo Speak No SlaveMy Morning SongTime Will Tell
LP2 – More Companions: Unreleased, Outtakes and B-Sides99 PoundsMiserableRainy Day Women No 12 & 35Boomer’s StoryDarling of the Underground PressSting Me (Slow)Bad Luck Blue Eyes, GoodbyeSometimes SalvationBlack Moon Creeping
LP3 – Southern Harmony Live: Feb. 6, 1993, HoustonNo Speak No SlaveSting MeMy Morning SongJamThorn in My Pride
LP4 – Southern Harmony Live: Feb. 6, 1993, HoustonBad Luck Blue Eyes GoodbyeBlack Moon CreepingHotel IllnessSometimes SalvationRemedy

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