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Tuesday Night Music Club
Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
The spectacular debut album that launched Sheryl Crow into rock music consciousness has been expanded both musically and visually for the 2CD/1DVD "Tuesday Night Music Club - Deluxe Edition." Along with the original 1993 ... more »
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The spectacular debut album that launched Sheryl Crow into rock music consciousness has been expanded both musically and visually for the 2CD/1DVD "Tuesday Night Music Club - Deluxe Edition." Along with the original 1993 album, the package adds a second CD containing B-sides, rarities and out-takes, as well as a bonus DVD featuring the album's videos ("Leaving Las Vegas," "All I Wanna Do," "Strong Enough," "Can't Cry Anymore," "Run, Baby, Run" and "What I Can Do For You," plus a rare alternate version of "All I Wanna Do" directed by Roman Coppola) and a newly produced documentary comprised of on-the-road, backstage, soundcheck and live footage from the original album tour. Highlighting the bonus CD for "Tuesday Night Music Club - Deluxe Edition" are four previously unreleased recordings from 1995 that were intended for the follow-up album--"Coffee Shop," "Killer Life," "Essential Trip Of Hereness" and "You Want More"--each only now mixed by original "Tuesday Night Music Club" producer Bill Bottrell. In addition, Bottrell remixed the album's "I Shall Believe" specifically for this "Deluxe Edition." The bonus CD also includes a trio of U.K. single B-sides ("Reach Around Jerk," an alternate "The Na-Na Song" titled "Volvo Cowgirl 99" and a cover of Eric Carmen's "All By Myself"), a tribute album cover of Led Zeppelin's "D'yer Mak'er," and "On The Outside," a contribution to an "X-Files" soundtrack album. "Tuesday Night Music Club" has proved to be a landmark achievement even beyond propelling Crow's own formidable career by inspiring and influencing countless female singer-songwriters, perhaps even saving that genre from extinction in the grungy days of the early `90s. Certified seven times platinum and charting at #3, the album spawned five Grammy® nominations and three wins: Best New Artist and a pair for "All I Wanna Do," including Record of the Year. Three songs reached the Pop Top 40--the gold "All I Wanna Do" (#2), "Strong Enough" (#5) and "Can't Cry Anymore." "Leaving Las Vegas" cracked the Modern Rock Top 10. "Somehow amidst the dance divas of MTV and the dark angst of Seattle grunge," writes her manager, Scooter Weintraub, in the liner notes, "Sheryl's salty voice, twangy Telecaster, frayed Levis, red curls and bent upper lip scratched their way into the musical culture." In 1999, she was ranked among VH1's "100 Greatest Women of Rock & Roll."
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Jes G. (jesgear) from DAVENPORT, IA
Reviewed on 8/1/2012...
I dig every track on this CD. This album was Sheryl's best, in my opinion. I have all her CDs, but everything since TNMC has been a disappointment to me (especially the last two or three); they lean to being more poppy than I like, as if the musicians were trying too hard to appeal to the public. Tuesday Night Music Club had a different feel that was unique, at least compared to the music I was listening to at the time it was released (and, actually, even ever since); I don't know of any album that's comparable to TNMC.
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Amy T. (simplyamy) from DAKOTA DUNES, SD
Reviewed on 8/16/2007...
feel good chick rock!
1 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.
Drew V. from POWNAL, ME
Reviewed on 6/13/2007...
This is the BMG-manufactured release.
0 of 5 member(s) found this review helpful.
Angie C. from SEASIDE, CA
Reviewed on 5/31/2007...
Cd and Case in Great Condition.Minor scouffs on cd, but plays good.
0 of 5 member(s) found this review helpful.
Overpriced and less than expected...hoped for
Richardson | Sunny California USA | 12/15/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The best thing about this re-issue in my opinion is the liner notes...
the bonus songs on CD2 only prove that they didn't belong in the front line of her work as most are languid and without direction. The DVD is a HUGE disappointment to me as most all the videos were previously available on her greatest hits DVD..and aside from a couple of minor videos for songs that weren't hits I was looking forward to "VALUABLE STUFF a documentary featuring on-the-road, backstage soundcheck and live footage recorded during the tuesday night music club tour 1993-1995"...which almost takes longer to read than watch! Most of these re-issues (see Depeche Mode as a prime example or Genesis) feature the artists discussing the making of the record and I figured we'd be getting that along with the extra footage described when ALL we get is a few minutes of b roll footage strung together for 12 minutes...to call THAT a documentary is an insult to documentaries. I think this is horribly overpriced at $30 for 15 minutes of extra video and 10 left over songs. In today's economy getting people to shell out $30 for something they already own ...should be done with more value in mind.
Catchy, Bluesy with a Voice that is Ever so Sweet
Diane Mcgough | Lake Oswego, OR | 02/04/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Sheryl Crow made her debut with this release. It was her first time being the front person, as before she was a backup singer for artists like Michael Jackson and Don Henley. The album came about with Crow participating with producers and songwriters that happened to be on Tuesday nights. What she added was a contemporary mature yet loose folky rock. She had a knack for songwriting and a voice you can't help but love.
The album is filled from the first track to the last with all strong songs. "All I Wanna Do" is a catchy tune that's simple and melodic. "Leaving Las Vegas" slows things down a tad as well with "Can't Cry Anymore", both being on the more ballad side of rock. She is a great musician who can write great, catchy pop songs that have a fun bluesy feel and she sings them with a voice that is ever so sweet."