August and Everything After [Deluxe Edition]

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  • Release Date: 9/18/2007
  • Label: Geffen Records
  • UPC: 602517430310
  • Catalog Number: 000970202
  • Sales rank: 162,513

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Counting Crows Primary Artist
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Must for a true fan, required if you don't GET them yet!

    Adam Duritz often takes much criticism for being the rock start that doesn't want to be. At the end of the day the man is more like any of us then we realize. Popping in disk 2 which is the Paris concert, read the essay written by Adam and you start to get a sense of the reason of his reactions early on. This is a man who at some point wanted the mad success they achieved, but at the same time it scared him to death. If you want a band that replicates the sound of their CD each time, find someone else--or just listen to the studio CD's. But we need to remember that the band is the artist in a medium that never dries or never cures. Its in flux, always changing, being bent or roughed up or smoothed whenever the artist pleases. For the true fan - - how could you not want the demos and the tracks from Paris. The essay alone gives the look into the fragility of a band just learning their way. For the uninitiated, listen openly and find in your heart just some of the things this artist is sharing with you. This isn't manufactured music or hook lyrics to catch your ear. These are feelings and emotions that not too many artists dare capture let alone display show after show.

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