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Sheryl Crow's C'mon C'mon!

Old 04-20-02, 03:39 PM
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I just got her new CD and I thought it was pretty good.
Just wanted to know what you think.








Steve McQueen
Soak Up The Sun (with Liz Phair)
You're An Original (with Lenny Kravitz)
Safe And Sound
C'mon, C'mon (with Stevie Nicks)
It's So Easy (with Don Henley)
Over You
Lucky Kid
Diamond Road (with Stevie Nicks)
It's Only Love (with Gwyneth Paltrow)
Abilene (with Natalie Maines of Dixie Chicks)
Hole In My Pocket
Weather Channel (with Emmylou Harris)
Old 04-20-02, 09:29 PM
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I just wanna know why chick singers always have their guitar with them in like every picture (not necessarily those ones.)

Is it some kind of woman empowerment thing or something? Like everytime I see her promo photos and such, she always has her guitar. Same thing with Jewel.
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You'd know what I think if the cd had arrived to me already. Amazon shipped it last tuesday and it still hasn't arrived!
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I bought this CD on Saturday. Another great album - my instant favorites:

Soak Up The Sun
You're An Original
C'mon, C'mon
It's So Easy
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Her albums tend to grow on me. I think this album doesn't have the strengh of material that The Globe Sessions did and there are WAYYYY too many celeb guests. Gwyeneth friggin Paltrow, for God's sake???
That said, there are some nice cuts. The first single, Soak Up The Sun is catchy, but it can't hold a candle to C'mon C'mon. What a great song, and it was genius to make it a duet with Stevie Nicks. It's as good as some classic Fleetwood Mac tracks -- that's high praise indeed. I also like "Steve McQeen"; referencing her previous hits a' la Sting was a nice little touch. I wish she could've done a better job with her duet with Lenny Kravitz. Imagine how cool a true rockin' duet between those two would have been....
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Got it today, like it so far.
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I haven't heard the album but that first single "Soak Up The Sun" bores the hell outta me. It sounds like a second-rate Beach Boys tune. I'm sure radio and tv will be hammering us with that damn song all summer.

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