The Deviant Crowes (The Black Crowes and Deviant Wolfe Brewing)

Barry and Abigail discuss Shake Your Money Maker by The Black Crowes and sample Nefarious Nebulas, Norwegian Wizard Crisis, I Ain’t Afraid of No Roast, Sourmanjaro, and The Desert Spoon from Deviant Wolfe Brewing in Sanford, Florida.

This album reminds Barry of 70s Rolling Stones albums such as Exile on Main Street (you might know Happy), Beggars Banquet, and Let It Bleed, as well as the single Bitch. Barry introduced Abigail to a new genre term, roadhouse blues, encapsulated by The Doors’ song Roadhouse Blues.

The Black Crowes originated as Mr. Crowe’s Garden, a name based on Johnny Crow’s Garden, a children’s book written and illustrated by Leonard Leslie Brooke.

Ageusia is the loss of the sense of taste.

Thick N’ Thin has some piano elements that remind Barry of Great Balls of Fire by Jerry Lee Lewis.

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Up next… Make Yourself by Incubus, submitted to our Virtual Jukebox by Derek Hummel, Sr.

Jingles are by our friend Pete Coe.

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Barry Hummel and Abigail Hummel

A podcast where we listen to some pops, drink a little hops, and Abigail Hummel gets to hang out with her pop, Barry Hummel!

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