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    • Officially Licensed 
    • Illustrator: Nathaniel Deas
    • Size: 18" x 24"
    • Edition Size: 25
    • Six Color Screenprint with Florsenscent & Glow In Dark inks
    • Hand Numbered
    • Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity

      Frame Your New Art!

      We offer high quality professional framing for $200 USD (plus the price of the print). Each frame, mat and glass is cut to order so please allow for additional time to ship. Select "Add A Frame" when purchasing! FRAMED POSTERS are only available for shipment to United States addresses!

        • 2" Black Gallery Frame
        • Single White Matte 
        • Clear Glass - Hinged
        • Overall Frame Size- 26"x32"

      ALL SALES ARE FINAL THERE ARE NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES!

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      With the recording of The Black Crowes fourth album, Three Snakes and One Charm, released 25 years ago, the band remained untouchable when it came to reviving classic-rock sounds and re-imagining them in original new ways. Among Three Snakes' many highlights, "Under a Mountain" was a cryptic Southern rocker (sample lyrics: "Lay down with number 13") that was written in five minutes, according to Rich; "Nebakanezer" was a psychedelic strut laced with serpentine guitars and "(Only) Halfway to Everywhere" an irrepressible singalong; the Indian-flavored "How Much for Your Wings" made for a beguiling detour and "Blackberry" was a funky rhythm & blues penned in the spirit of the band's earlier, breakthrough hit with "Hard to Handle."

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