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2010 100 Miles To Memphis

Sheryl Crow's seventh studio album, is a soul-influenced work that pays tribute to the roots of her musical style. Though her past albums have had a pop and rock feel, Crow's daring new record debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200.


2008 Detours

Sheryl made her prolific return to roots rock with the politically and environmentally conscious album Detours. Bill Botrell, who originally produced her debut album Tuesday Night Music Club and played in the group of the same name, reunited with Crow as her producer once again. Crow called for musical artists to reawaken and concentrate their creative process on issues affecting the world at large.


2005 Wildflower

Wildflower earned Sheryl a couple of Grammy nomminations: Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Female Pop Vocal for the song "Good Is Good". The album received a spike in popularity with the release of its second single, "Always At Your Side", which featured a vocal duo with former Police bassman Sting.


2003 The Very Best Of Sheryl Crow

A greatest hits compilation in which Sheryl included a few new tracks. Most memorably was the cover of the Cat Steven's song "The First Cut Is The Deepest", which garnered the most attention since her single "All I Wanna Do" and earned her a couple American Music Awards!


2001 C'mon C'mon

Sheryl Crow's commercially successful fourth album, with the featured single "Soak Up The Sun", which peaked at #1 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary Chart and was her biggest hit since "All I Wanna Do". Background vocals on the album feature Lenny Kravitz and Gwyneth Paltrow. Paltrow sings on the track "It's Only Love".


1999 Sheryl Crow and Friends:
Live from Central Park

A live album which featured stars such as Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Stevie Nicks and Bob Dylan. Tracks included on the album included many cover songs (such as "White Room" by Cream) in addition to Crow's originals.


1998 The Globe Sessions

Sheryl's third studio album was nominated for three Grammy Awards: Album Of The Year, Best Rock Album and Best Engineered Non-Classical Album, of which it won the last two. The album peaked at #5 on the Billboard 200, and sold 2 million copies as of January 2008. Rick Rubin produced the cover of Gun N' Roses' "Sweet Child O' Mine (Japanese version), which won her a Grammy for Best Female Rock Performance


1997 Tomorrow Never Dies

Crow contributed her vocals to the theme song for the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies, for which she was nominated for a Grammy and Golden Globe award for Best Original Song.


1996 Sheryl Crow

The self-titled album is Sheryl's second in the studio. It features the singles "If It Makes You Happy" and "Everyday Is A Winding Road".


1993 Tuesday Night Music Club

Sheryl Crow's debut album, named after the songwriting group that whipped up songs together with Crow on Tuesday nights, many of which share song rights with her. The most memorable single of the album and arguably of the 1990s, is "All I Wanna Do". Crow co-wrote it with band members David Baerwald, Bill Bottrell and Kevin Gilbert, using the lyrics of the Wyn Cooper poem "Fun" as the base of the song's lyrics.


Pre-1993 The Beginning

Sheryl Crow began her music career as a music teacher in Missouri. She lent her voice to advertisment jingles while on the hunt for ways to jump-start a music career. Although winning a spot as a back-up singer for Michael Jackson, Crow was not yet satisfied. She recorded her first debut album in 1992, a record that was ultimately scrapped by her label. It wouldn't be until Tuesday Night Music Club that Sheryl would debut until into a successful music career.


 

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