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great move by Shawn

Reading successive reviews of SC's fall tour, one learns that a consistent, surprising highlight of her show was her cover of Gnarls Barkley's hit. Smartly, she's taken it into the studio.. and what a reward for the listener. Her version, backed by drums, electric, bass and her fantastic, intricate acoustic playing, brings an integrity and intensity to the storyline not heard over the airwaves with the GB version, as fun and great as that one is. Her voice is supple, strong, grounded, and in great form.

You'd be CRAZY not to like this....

Maybe I'm too much of a fan of Shawn Colvin, but when I saw that this was released on iTunes I had to purchase it. She makes it her own! I can't believe it! I like the Gnarls Barkley original, but it became annoying after awhile. To me, Shawn could record the ABC song, and I'd think it's great.


As good as the original, Colvin's rendition of "Crazy" delivers a soothing mix of acoustic picks on the 6 string laced with her easy vocals. A must have for any acoustic lover!


Born: January 10, 1956 in Vermillion, SD

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Shawn Colvin is one of the leading lights of the so-called "new folk movement" that began in the late '80s. Although she grew out of the somewhat limited "woman with a guitar" school, she kept the form fresh with a diverse approach, avoiding the genre's clichéd sentiments and all-too-often formulaic arrangements in favor of a more personal, pop-influenced style. Colvin's debut record won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album in 1991, but it was her 1997 single, "Sunny Came Home," that...
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