If you’re a serious Black Crowes fan you probably already own this.
The first thing you should know about Foamfoot is that it is a cover band, a damn fine cover band at that, playing mostly Southeren Rock and ’70s staples. Formed and fronted by Chris Robinson in Los Angeles in the mid-1990’s, Foamfoot did a one-off show at the Troubadour here in L.A. Read what Frayed.org has to say: “On November of 1994 at the Troubadour in Hollywood, several members of the Black Crowes joined up with a handful of other artists for Foamfoot. Chris Robinson and Marc Ford of the Black Crowes played with Jimmy Ashurst (The JuJu Hounds), Eric Bobo (Cypress Hill), Gary Louris (The Jayhawks) and Andy Sturmer (Jellyfish). The show was an impromtu gig, however, it was recorded for possible release by the band. “ I would have paid big money to have been at this show…just look at the set-list below.
Well, there was never an official release, but a bootleg copy of the show began circulating several years afterwards. A friend passed along his copy to me several years ago, and so I pass it on to you. Note: David Crosby makes a cameo on “Long Time Gone.”
MP3: Presence Of The Lord ~ written by E.C. with Blind Faith
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5 Responses to “Live Upload Series VIII :: Foamfoot (1-8-94)”

  1. Hey there, great site. The links to download the mp3s of the foamfoot show won’t work. Maybe you can reupload them or something. I would love to have this show.

  2. You have to repost Foamfoot and Sweet Pickle Salad! These are bar none the hardest to find Crowes rarities out there, and that’s a shame because people need to hear real rock and roll again!

  3. Please re-post foamfoot and any unreleased Crowes!!!! My PC crashed and I lost dozens of cool live/unreleased tracks. Thanks!!!!

  4. Can you repost the Foamfoot mp3s?
    It would be much appreciated – the links are broken. I know the black crowes are trade-friendly so no copyright issues.

  5. I will have to locate this bootleg disc. Been a long time since I posted this

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