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Whenever someone asks me what artists I feel are truly, something special, I'll usually have Sheryl Crow come to mind straightaway. And most people I think will say that she's nothing special, and I beg to differ.
No matter what people's taste in music is, I feel everyone appreciates a quality in lyrics. A prolific songwriter, Crow has turned out dozens of songs, from the catchy tunes, to the more heartfelt love songs. One song in particular I listened to a lot, during a bad breakup, and another reviewer mentioned it I believe, which was Come on Come on, a duet with the Corrs. It deviated a bit from the usual acoustic style of Sheryl, adding to her guitar ridden track with the characteristic violins of the Corrs. This song pinpointed her talent, to me. I believe the mark of a truly great singer is melding his/her quality with that of another, to make a masterpiece. This might sound a little stupid, but I felt that song was, truly an example of that. The lyrics, as always, hit home to those who know exactly what she means when she's singing "break my heart again, for old times' sake.."
Of course, I could list any song she's written and say its a masterpiece, take for instance Everyday is a Winding Road. This song got me through 1st year of university. My now flatmate and I were bored, stressed and in need of some fun. Enter the Best of Sheryl Crow. The song comes on, hilarity ensues in us singing the lyrics at a volume too terrible to imagine, at 3am in the morning. I guess the point Im trying to make is that the songs can give the opportunity to chill out, or share slow dances with lovers, or just sing along to at the top of your voice.
Versatile would be the word to describe Sheryl Crow. I feel she could be an example for other artists to follow. I dont see her stomping around acting like an idiot wherever she goes. Those arrogant manufactured idols might want to take a few leaves out of Ms Crow's book, to see what can make a singer really great.
I do fi nd her work a little bland, but she does at least write her own songs and play an instrument, which so few of today's artists do. I hope a lot of them can learn from that, and be proper musicians, and not just puppets!
The New Best Of Series presents popular, contemporary classics for easy to play guitar ... more
parts. A Sheryl Crow edition seems an ingenerate choice as a vast part of her music's appeal is in its simplicity. Now you can have a chance to play some of the multi-million selling artist's songs, such as 'Run, Baby, Run', 'A Change Would Do You Good' and 'All I Wanna Do'. All 12 songs are fully tabbed for guitar and have top melody lines with full lyrics and are designed for easy guitar.
Alfred is pleased to present the album-matching folio to Sheryl Crow's hit record, ... more
Wildflower. Nominated on December 8, 2005 for two Grammy awards (including Best Pop Vocal Album), this album features the hit single 'Good Is Good.' Our album-matching folio provides guitar TAB for all the songs on the record. Titles are: I Know Why * Perfect Lie * Good Is Good * Wildflower * Chances Are * Lifetimes * Letter to God * I Don't Wanna Know * Always on Your Side * Where Has All the Love Gone.