The Black Crowes have announced a deluxe reissue of their second album, The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion, featuring unreleased studio recordings, rare B-sides and a live performance from 1993 at Houston’s Sam Houston Coliseum.
The band posted on Instagram: “We revisited the archives alongside our friend George Drakoulias and created an incredibly special, super deluxe edition of our sophomore album featuring unreleased studio recordings, rare B-sides, a live performance from Sam Houston Coliseum in Houston, TX on February 6, 1993, and a newly remastered album from the original 1/4” production master. Super deluxe 4LP and 3CD box sets include a reproduction of the original 132-page promotional hymn book featuring insights on the record and a set of lithographs of classic images from the Southern Harmony photo sessions.”
The The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion collection is set for release on Dec. 1 and is available to preorder now in a variety of formats, including “super deluxe” four-LP and three-CD box sets. These editions will also include a reproduction of the album’s original 132-page promotional hymnal containing the band’s insights about the album and a set of lithographs of photos taken during the album sessions.
The new box set of The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion is available to preorder – here.
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