The American alternative rock group Counting Crows has released seven studio albums, two compilation albums and six live albums. Five of the band's singles ("Mr. Jones", "A Long December", "Hanginaround", "Round Here", and "Accidentally in Love") charted within the Top 40 in the United States, and "Mr. Jones" and "A Long December" reached the Top Five. Counting Crows's debut album, August and Everything After, was released in September 1993
Counting Crows is an American rock band from Berkeley, California, formed in 1991. The band consists of Adam Duritz (lead vocals, piano), David Bryson (guitar), Charlie Gillingham (keyboards, piano, accordion), Dan Vickrey (lead guitar), David Immerglück (lead guitar, pedal steel, mandolin, bass guitar), Jim Bogios (drums, percussion) and Millard Powers (bass guitar, piano, guitar).
This song is by Counting Crows and appear. n the album August and Everything After (1993) (2004). on the live album New Amsterdam: Live At Heineken Music Hall (2006).
Counting Crows Lyrics. Start tearing the old man down Run past the heather and down to the old road Start turning the grain into the ground Roll a new leaf over. In the middle of the night there's an old man Treading around in the gathered rain Hey mister if you're gonna to walk on water Oh, could you drop a line my way. Omaha Somewhere in middle America Get right to the heart of matters It's the heart that matters more I think you'd better turn your ticket in And get your money back at the door.
Home Counting Crows Omaha. Album Hard Candy (2002). Album This Desert Life (1999). Album Recovering The Satellites (1996). Album August And Everything After (1993). Video - Listen to 'Omaha'.
|1||Omaha (LP Version)||3:36|
|2||Anna Begins (Live)||5:30|
|3||Round Here (Live)||6:14|