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Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Skeptics who attributed the success of Sheryl Crow's 1994 debut, Tuesday Night Music Club, to a combination of Crow's seductive good looks and a shrewd choice of collaborators have been effectively silenced by the range an... more »
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Skeptics who attributed the success of Sheryl Crow's 1994 debut, Tuesday Night Music Club, to a combination of Crow's seductive good looks and a shrewd choice of collaborators have been effectively silenced by the range and depth of songs and performances on her self-produced, pointedly self-titled sequel. Playing guitars and keyboards, and building a triumphant, layered vocal style, Crow is tough as nails and drolly soulful on the deft "Change," as noteworthy for Crow's crafty lyrics ("Hello, it's me, I'm not at home/ If you'd like to reach me, leave me alone...") as for its solid, midtempo groove. "Maybe Angels," "If It Makes You Happy," and "Everyday Is a Winding Road" are only the most familiar highlights in a varied and absorbing set that argues Crow is no one's invention but her own. --Sam Sutherland
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Amy T. (simplyamy) from DAKOTA DUNES, SD
Reviewed on 8/16/2007...
Chick rock awesome!
Reviewed on 6/6/2007...
great CD - essentially sheryl at her finest!
An artistic highpoint
Oasis Productions Limited | Cobourg, ON Can | 01/07/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Her second album is often relegated to the dump bins of used record stores. This does not reflect this album's musical merit or its longevity as an artistic highpoint in her career. Here are some of Sheryl Crow's rawest, best musical expressions - think the "John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band" album. Most know "Every Day Is A Winding Road" and "If It Makes You Happy" but it's the tracks like "Oh Marie" and the very Beatles-esque "Home" (with very Harrison-ish guitar) that are the real gems. In my opinion, she has yet to match this release for consistently 'great' tracks throughout."
Still her best.
W. Boon | Dublin | 06/11/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"For me this is still Sheryl's best album. It has a more rough, honest, edge to it. Something that started to disappear a bit in later albums as she became more successful. All tracks are great with the album best listened to in it's entirety from start to finish for full effect. It's hard to believe this came after TNMC since it comes across as more of a 'first album'."