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Sheryl Crow
"Tuesday Night Music Club"

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Year of Release: 1993

track listing
  • Run Baby Run
  • Leaving Las Vegas
  • Strong Enough
  • Can't Cry Anymore
  • Solidify
  • The Na-Na Song
  • No One Said
    It Would Be Easy
  • What I Can Do For You
  • All I Wanna Do
  • We Do What We Can
  • I Shall Believe

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    Sheryl Crow
    "Tuesday Night Music Club"

    Not only was Tuesday Night Music Club the debut of Sheryl Crow's career, she also debuts this week on WSVNRadio as the Album Pick of the Week. When this album hit, it produced radio hits, and put her on top of new artists to listen to. Not only that, she would continue with her future releases, having great music to her name. Tuesday Night Music Club is no exception.

    There is basically something for everyone here...

    The album opens with a soulful track, "Run, Baby, Run." "Leaving Las Vegas," "Strong Enough," and "All I Wanna Do" were the radio favorites. "All I Wanna Do" was the most popular. "Can't Cry Anymore' is a great rocker. "Solidify" is Funky, it's Rock. Funky/Rock. "The Na-Na Song" gets an Alanis Morrisette comparison.

    The mellow "No One Said It Would Be Easy" sounds Country, or even Americana. The Eagles' mellow songs gets the comparison here. R&B Rock gets the nod on "What I Can Do For You." "We Do What We Can" sounds dark, yet it's almost Jazz, as in songs by either Diana Krall and/or the late Eva Cassidy. The album closes with a calm and pleasant tune, "I Shall Believe," as it ends the album in a very good fashion.

    The debut of Sheryl Crow, Tuesday Night Music Club is indeed, a great album, and a stunning debut. As great as this debut is, it would only shine more stars for Crow's upcoming releases. Her future albums, from 1996 to 2002 (Sheryl Crow, The Globe Sessions, C'mon C'mon) all achieved top hits and popular albums. Her albums afterward weren't as successful, but still, her status as a performance has always been recognized as one of Rock's best artists.

    Listen to how it all started for Sheryl Crow on her debut, Tuesday Night Music Club. Her albums afterwards are also meant to be heard, and enjoyed.

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