Surging brass and organ-laden funk wonderment!
Combining gritty blues with nasty, hard-charging garage rock Crow was formed in 1967. After winning a recording session with Columbia from a battle of the bands contest in Des Moines, Iowa, the band recorded five demos: Evil Woman, Time to Make a Turn, Busy Day, and White Eyes. Columbia didn’t offer the band a contract, but Dunwich signed the band.
Recording their first electrifying album, Crow Music, in 1969, Crow delivered their very best. Before it was covered by Black Sabbath and Ike & Tina Turner, their acclaimed single, Evil Woman (Don’t Play Your Games With Me), hit the Top 20 that Fall.
Reminiscent of Blood, Sweat & Tears, Deep Purple, and James Gang, Crow blends an alluring mix of soul, funk, blues, psychedelia, and garage rock into one package. I’m sure you’ll agree Crow Music is a holy grail of heart-poundin’, grease grindin’ rock!
Evil Woman • White Eyes • Thoughts • Da Da Song • Busy Day • Time To Make A Turn • Rollin’ • Listen To The Bop • Gonna Leave A Mark • Sleepy Woman