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August & Everything After (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about August & Everything After (Deluxe Edition) by The Counting Crows. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 30 tracks with total duration of 02:36:57 minutes.

Artist: The Counting Crows
Release date: 1993
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 30
Duration: 02:36:57
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No. Title Length
1. Round Here 5:30
2. Omaha 3:38
3. Mr. Jones 4:31
4. Perfect Blue Buildings 5:00
5. Anna Begins 4:31
6. Time and Time Again 5:11
7. Rain King 4:15
8. Sullivan Street 4:27
9. Ghost Train 4:01
10. Raining In Baltimore 4:40
11. A Murder of One 5:42
12. Shallow Days (Acoustic Demo) 4:55
13. Mean Jumper Blues (Acoustic Demo) 4:26
14. Love and Addiction (Demo) 4:22
15. Omaha (Demo) 3:22
16. Shallow Days (Demo) 4:45
17. This Land Is Your Land (Acoustic Demo) 3:49
18. Anna Begins (1994/Live At Elysée Montmartre, Paris) 5:23
19. Omaha (1994/Live At Elysée Montmartre, Paris) 3:45
20. Jumping Jesus (1994/Live At Elysée Montmartre, Paris) 3:06
21. Margery Dreams of Horses (1994/Live At Elysée Montmartre, Paris) 4:15
22. Perfect Blue Buildings (1994/Live At Elysée Montmartre, Paris) 5:24
23. Round Here (1994/Live At Elysée Montmartre, Paris) 11:45
24. Rain King (1994/Live At Elysée Montmartre, Paris) 4:54
25. Time and Time Again (1994/Live At Elysée Montmartre, Paris) 6:23
26. Ghost Train (1994/Live At Elysée Montmartre, Paris) 5:42
27. Children In Bloom (1994/Live At Elysée Montmartre, Paris) 5:26
28. A Murder of One (1994/Live At Elysée Montmartre, Paris) 14:45
29. Sullivan Street (1994/Live At Elysée Montmartre, Paris) 5:19
30. The Ghost In You (1994/Live At Elysée Montmartre, Paris) 3:45



When the prevailing guitar jingle of "Mr. Jones" cascaded over radio in the early '90s, it was a sure sign that the Counting Crows were a musical force to be reckoned with. Their debut album, August and Everything After, burst at the seams with both dominant pop harmonies and rich, hearty ballads, all thanks to lead singer Adam Duritz. The lone guitar work of "Mr. Jones" coupled with the sweet, in-front pull of Duritz's voice kicked off the album in full force. The starkly beautiful and lonely sounding "Round Here" captured the band's honest yet subtle talent for singing ballads, while "Omaha" is lyrically reminiscent of a Springsteen tune. The fusion of hauntingly smooth vocals with such instruments as the Hammond B-3 organ and the accordion pumped new life into the music scene, and their brisk sound catapulted them into stardom. On "Rain King," the piano takes over as its aloof flair dances behind Duritz with elegant crispness. The slower-paced "Raining in Baltimore" paints a perfectly gray picture and illustrates the band's ease at conveying mood by eliminating the tempo. Most of the songs here engage in overly contagious hooks that won't go away, making for a solid bunch of tunes. Containing the perfect portions of instrumental and vocal conglomeration, the Counting Crows showed off their appealing sound to its full extent with their very first album. [The 2007 Circuit City exclusive edition came packaged with a free album cover iPod skin.]