Counting Crows Offer ‘Underwater Sunshine’ Album Bundle [FREE Download]

[pullquote quote=”My guts are all over these songs.” credit=”Adam Duritz”]Their first release since Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings in ’08, Underwater Sunshine is stacked with obscure covers from Bob Dylan to Big Star. The album was recorded over two weeks late last spring and features songs hand picked by Adam Duritz, plus new versions of songs from the pre-Counting Crows era groups, The Tender Mercies and Sordid Humor. “If you wonder why we didn’t just write our own record, it’s simply because we wanted to do THIS one,” says singer/songwriter Adam Duritz. “These songs come from bands young and old, stretching from the early 60s to last year. They’re all great and will hopefully be heard by a few more people now.”

Stream the album below and take home the download bundle that the Crows made available via BitTorrent this week.

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The BitTorrent download is available here along with an announcement about the second leg of their tour.

Track Listing:
1. “Untitled (Love Song)” by The Romany Rye
2. “Start Again” by Teenage Fanclub
3. “Hospital” by Coby Brown
4. “Mercy” by Tender Mercies
5. “Meet On The Ledge” by Fairport Convention
6. “Like Teenage Gravity” by Kasey Anderson & The Honkies
7. “Amie” by Pure Prairie League
8. “Coming Around” by Travis
9. “Ooh La La” by The Faces
10. “All My Failures” by Dawes
11. “Return of the Grievous Angel” by Gram Parsons
12. “Four White Stallions” by Tender Mercies
13. “Jumping Jesus” by Sordid Humor
14. “You Ain’t Going Nowhere” by Bob Dylan
15. “The Ballad of El Goodo” by Big Star

Stream Counting Crows’ New Album, ‘Underwater Sunshine’ From Cover To Cover [Full Album, Free Download]

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