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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jun 29, 2009
  • Channel: Auction House
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CROW BY CROW Amaret White Promo DJ Copy ST5006 (1967) This is a DJ Promo copy, so note the different colored label and the promo stamp on the back. Vinyl: VG++ Some very light blemishes and a small scratch, but nothing audible. Full Gloss. Plays great! (this record has been play graded) Cover: VG+. No ring wear.(Click on photos to enlarge). T are two pieces of tape on it on the top left and right. It doesn't seem to be t for any splits. Label: Perfect. No spindle marks Crow is a Minneapolis -based blues -rock band that was active from 1967 to 1972. They are best known for the song " Evil Woman (Don’t Play Your Games With Me) " which was covered by Black Sabbath .

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Crow was formed in 1967 by singer David Wagner, guitarist Dick Wiegand, bassist Larry Wiegand, keyboardist Kink Middlemist, and drummer Harry Nehls under the name South 40 , which was used until the group went national. Nehls was replaced by Denny Craswell once the group went national. [1] Columbia Records brought them in to record a demo in 1969; they passed, and Crow was signed to Amaret. [2]

In 1969, Crow’s debut album Crow Music was recorded . The single "Evil Woman (Don’t Play Your Games With Me)" made the Billboard Hot 100 Top 20 that fall. [3] “Crow by Crow” and “Mosaic” were the follow-up releases in 1970 and 1971 respectively. Singles released off Crow’s later albums were not as successful; the band wanted to move to Elektra Records , but Amaret wouldn’t let them out of their contract while retaining their name. [4] Wagner left the group in 1971; the band replaced him with Mick Stanhope and attempted to move forward, but collapsed for good in 1972. [5] David Wagner recorded a solo album for Amaret in late 1972 titled: d/b/a Crow.

Members David Wagner – vocals (1967-1971) Dick Wiegand – guitar (1967-1972) Larry Wiegand – bass (1967-1972) Dave "Kink" Middlemist – keyboard (1967-1972) Harry Nehls – drums (1967-1969) Denny Craswell – drums (1969-1972) Mike Malasgar – drums (1969) Mick Stanhope – vocals (1971-1972) Chico Perez – percussion (1971-1972)