August and Everything After is the debut studio album by American rock band Counting Crows, released September 14, 1993 on Geffen Records. The album cover depicts handwritten lyrics to a song called "August and Everything After", but the band decided against featuring the song on the album of the same name; it was not until over a decade later that it was played as part of one of their live concerts.
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August and Everything After was one of many lyric ideas in the notebook of Adam Duritz back when the band first entered the studio in early 1993, but his efforts to record the nine-minute song never went anywhere. It was just me on the piano, which was probably a bad arrangement for it, says Duritz. The title, however, stuck around his mind and became the name of the album. I was born in August, says Duritz. The record was about everything that happened after that. I loved the title more than I liked the song, quite honestly. But we did include some of my handwritten lyrics to it on the cover since I didn’t want to include anything that we were actually using.
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august & everything after, counting crows. i do acoustic covers like this all the time, although i rarely record them nowadays, and even more rarely post them publicly. but! i’m feeling it today. the arrangement is as bare bones as it gets. You know on top of everything else I had to let her go. I could never stay, and she could never stay. And one day I just had this - well I get this feeling a lot, I think I’ve written a bunch of songs about it - I just knew it wasn’t gonna last much longer. Not that I wasn’t in love with her. This was even after her mother had gotten the fuck out of town. But I’ve been thinking a lot about those drives. Because one day I just started thinking, ‘this is gonna be over soon.
And I said in August and everything after Man, them buffalo ain’t never coming home. About August and Everything After (Live Version). Written by Adam Duritz for the 1993 debut album by the Counting Crows, but cut (likely for length, since the song runs over 8 minutes). Still, the lyrics to August and Everything After appeared on the cover and gave the album its title. A live, bootleg version of August and Everything After surfaced soon after Duritz played the song at a Counting Crows concert on 12/12/03. August and Everything After (Live Version)" Track Info. Written By Adam Duritz. Release Date September 14, 1993.