Walk Believer Walk

  • Chris Robinson (from The Black Crowes Bootleg Project): "The other thing was to be in a real roots-oriented place. That's one of the themes of this record. The Blues have always been such a main wellspring of inspiration, and this is a ferocious kind of blue song. That lexicon is being lost. There's still so much life in the blues for us. 'Walk Believer Walk' is a song with a lot of venom in it for the non-believers."
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