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Album Review

Sheryl Crow earned her recording contract through hard work, gigging as a backing vocalist for everyone from Don Henley to Michael Jackson before entering the studio with Hugh Padgham to record her debut album. As it turned out, things didn't go entirely as planned. Instead of adhering to her rock & roll roots, the record was a slick set of contemporary pop, relying heavily on ballads. Upon hearing the completed album, Crow convinced A&M not to release the album, choosing to cut a new record with producer Bill Bottrell. Along with several Los Angeles-based songwriters and producers, including David Baerwald, David Ricketts, and Brian McLeod, Bottrell was part of a collective dubbed "the Tuesday Night Music Club." Every Tuesday, the group would get together, drink beer, jam, and write songs. Crow became part of the Club and, within a few months, she decided to craft her debut album around the songs and spirit of the collective. It was, for the most part, an inspired idea, since Tuesday Night Music Club has a loose, ramshackle charm that her unreleased debut lacked. At its best — the opening quartet of "Run, Baby, Run," "Leaving Las Vegas," "Strong Enough," and "Can't Cry Anymore," plus the deceptively infectious "All I Wanna Do" — are remarkable testaments to their collaboration, proving that roots rock can sound contemporary and have humor. That same spirit, however, also resulted in some half-finished songs, and the preponderance of those tracks make Tuesday Night Music Club better in memory than it is in practice. Still, even with the weaker moments, Crow manages to create an identity for herself — a classic rocker at heart but with enough smarts to stay contemporary. And that's the lasting impression Tuesday Night Music Club leaves.

Customer Reviews

Typifies Female Rock

This is an amazing debut album from one of the best of the heard of female solo singers in the 90s. Crow's soul is on the line and she certainly knows how to use it. Bluesy and jazzy, yet rocky and thoughtful all at the same time. This is a quality album.

Quite simply the best album ever recorded

Sheryl is a fantastic artist but not mater how many albums she produces she will never surpass this masterpiece!!!

Fantastic debut with some of her best songs - even 15 years on.

I admit I rarely listen to this album. The five best songs from it are included on her "Very Best of" album. There are 2 others that I really like which are "Can't Cry Anymore" and "The Na-Na Song". The other 4 I don't listen to much. I was tempted to give this a three to even it out. But after consideration I've given it a five. Songs such as "All I Wanna Do", "Run Baby Run", "Leaving Las Vegas", "Strong Enough" and "I Shall Believe" are not put down by a few average songs. Frankly, to have five classic songs all on her debut is remarkable and, although some songs fall short of the mark, the great ones are more then enought to merit five stars - at least, I think so. Not her tightest album, but has many of her best songs on it !

Biography

Born: 11 February 1962 in Kennett, MO

Genre: Pop

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

Sheryl Crow's fresh, updated spin on classic roots rock made her one of the most popular mainstream rockers of the '90s. Her albums were loose and eclectic on the surface, yet were generally tied together by polished, professional songcraft. Crow's sunny, good-time rockers and world-weary ballads were radio staples for much of the '90s, and she was a perennial favorite at Grammy time. Although her songwriting style was firmly anchored to the rock tradition, she wasn't a slave to it -- her free-associative,...
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