Playing at a private space in Amsterdam on the 1996 tour for "Three Snakes and One Charm," the Black Crowes deliver an intimate performance that zeroes in on their band interplay and musical evolution. Originally filmed for "2 Meter Sessies."
You’ll be hard-pressed to spot any smiles on the faces of the Black Crowes during their otherwise convincing performance on Nov. 17, 1996 at Bullet Sound Studios in Amsterdam. When he teases drummer Steve Gorman for causing the band to pause amid “Better When You’re Not Alone,” singer Chris Robinson finally manages a grin that spreads to a few of his colleagues for the briefest of moments. Largely, however, we see six individuals who don’t appear to like one another much — and seem allergic to having fun while playing together.