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Eddie Crowe | A Man's Gotta Eat!

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A Man's Gotta Eat!

by Eddie Crowe

Live Houserockin' Music. Deeply rooted in the blues.Loaded with leads topped off with power vocals.We sound like our name describes. THE BLUES UNCHAINED
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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1. Big Leg Woman
8:47 $0.99
2. Cc Rider
8:49 $0.99
3. Everyday I've Got the Blues
7:27 $0.99
4. The Things I Used to Do
8:27 $0.99
5. Worried
6:15 $0.99
6. I've Got News for You
8:38 $0.99
7. How Come My Dog Don't Bark When You Come Around
6:58 $0.99
8. Let the Good Times Roll
4:29 $0.99
9. Fishin' On Chesapeake Bay
6:04 $0.99
10. Upholstery
4:29 $0.99
11. Where Is My Friend
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Album Notes

Eddie Crowe & The Blues Unchained to perform a benefit concert for the families of and for our war heroes wounded in battle in Iraq.
As part of their Fall Festival.
Oct. 27th 2007
Walter Reed Army Hospital
Washington D.C.

FOR INFO www.bluesunchained.com
Don't leave this site without hearing us.
The music will do the real talking here.

Welcome to the Eddie Crowe story. The story of a man, chasing a dream,through a damn nightmare.From The Steel Mill, To The Stage,is the story behind lead vocalist, Eddie Crowe. Song writer and Founder of the Blues Unchained.
Some of the people that Eddie jammed with or played in bands with are:
James Cotton Blues Band
Walter Lightninbug Rhodes
( former guitarist, band leader of Wilson Pickett )
Johnathon Burton
( guitarist for The Manhattans )
Guy "Yug" Phillips
( guitarist for The Comets )
Little Mike and the Tornadoes
Eddie Guitar Burns
Big Boy Henry
Shrimp City Slim
Max Bangwell, drums and Rick Reed, Bass
( former rhythm section William Clark )
Bray Gheghlia,
( Former member of The Eagles,Firefall
plays multiple instruments )
Drink Small ( The Blues Doctor )
Jumpin Johnny Sansone
Saffire, ( The Uppidy Blues Women )
Skeeter Brandon,
( kbd,Clarence Carter, Shi Lites )
Andy Walo,
( former guitarist for Junior Wells )
Big Jack Johnson, ( The Oil Man )
Jessie Anderson and the Steamrollers
and a multitude of other renown musicians in his 33 years on the live music scene. The Blues Unchained is a band formed through years of research.

This cd is a full disc of concert dance houserockin' blues. 78 min and 10 seconds worth of it. Buy this cd and let it be the one to hear when you're in the mood to wake up to some rockin' electric blues. There are 11 tracks total. 9 live blues tracks with multiple lead instruments including some with guitar, sax, piano, electric blues harmonica.Its what I call the Mid Atlantic blues sound. Electric Blues in all styles and descriptions. Eddie Crowe screaming the blues over it all.Two of the tracks are originals with a little different flavor and were recorded at the dawghouse studio in Los Angeles,Ca.

Thanks for taking the time to visit this site.

Heres some info that most people don't know about Eddie Crowe. First things first.I'm sure you've heard the song,CROSSTOWN TRAFFIC By JIMI HENDRIX
That song has special meaning to me. The part where JIMI sings TIRE TRACKS ALL ACROSS YOUR BACK

In 1980 I was ran over by a Z28 Chevy Camaro.
It ran over my foot and continued up my legs and up the middle of my back and over my head. THAT HURT!!
Its a good thing I drank that quart of COLT 45 or it would have really hurt. Mud, saved my life. I don't know why it didn't kill me. It is a miracle for me to still be living.
There hasn't been one day since it happened, that I haven't thought about it. I had a tread mark in the middle of my back between my shoulder blades. I had been working in the steel mill 7 years at the time. I continued working another 22 years until 6 months before I planned to retire, the company, BETHLEHEM STEEL,went bankrupt.They stripped me and many of my brother and sister steelworkers of our pensions and benefits. Therefore, there isn't much that can happen to me that really bothers me all that much. It does,but it doesn't. I write and sing about those things. Every day of life is a gift. Now that you know this about me,lets move on to the reason you came here.

Artist Information/Instrumentation

Eddie Crowe / Lead Vocals/Songwriter
Bobby Perry / Bandleader / Lead Guitar
David Jensen / Keybords
Roy Lee Branham Jr. / Blues Harp
Nelson Jervis / Drums
Jack Depietro / Bass Guitar.
We also utilize Chris Sellman,
Vinnie Hunter, Spence Lechlater and
Spencer Harding on bass guitar and Steve Cecil on Keyboards depending on their availability.


Eddies love of live music began as a small child. He was always right up in front of the band, whenever his parents would go out to family oriented social club events. There were also several bands in his neighbor hood. When they practiced he would hear it and be right there on the scene, listening and learning.

All of Eddies free time, when not working rotating shifts in the Steel Mill was spent on the live music scene. Eventually he started playing drums and then, after the untimely death of his friend and mentor Walter "Lightninbug" Rhodes, he became a singer.
Eddie took note of who the most authentic, realistic sounding blues players were, at the local jam sessions that he attended frequently.
In 2000 he applied for and landed a daylight job. The job, as a mechanic in the BULL GANG meant doing industrial mechanical build up and prep work every day, when he could have cruised a little on the evening shifts.
Eddie wanted to form a band of his own and felt the extra work was worth it.


I couldn't ask for a better group of musicians to get the job done. The band paints the picture. I just do the captions. They make my job easy to do.

When you see the BLUES UNCHAINED Perform, you will notice that when I'm on stage and not singing,my focus isn't on the audience. My focus is on the band. I am as entertained by them as anyone at the show.

When I used to play drums for Lightningbug Rhodes, I always felt like I wanted to be in front, watching him play,and listening from a better vantage point.
You actually miss alot when you are on stage.
I used to be in the back looking forward. Now that i'm up front, I look back. I'm actually a spectator,a fan. I'm in the audience like everyone else. The band entertains me.
I'm just the singer. The band is their own entity.
They just let me sing with them, and I'm glad they do.



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Barbara Detter

My Aunt loves it.
I loved it so much that I bought my Aunt a copy.She is in love with it.He has very good potential to be a great artist.And it would be nice to be able to hear this on the radio.

Barbara Detter

I listen to this every morning and every evening before bed.
This is the second one I ordered.I have one for myself and bought one for a gift.This is the hottest cd in Blues.Hope this gets to the radio stations.

Jessica Sanderson

SMOKIN' hot blues!!!!
Best of the best! Eddie puts his own twist on those lyrics and you can feel the passion! This CD is a MUST BUY!!! Toe tappin, knee slappin good time is a guarantee!