Best Sheryl Crow Songs: Official Videos, Description
First time Sheryl Crow spoke as a backing vocalist. Her work on Michael Jackson's "Bad tour" - much was discussed, as was the false start of the 1992 album, which was prepared for release but then abruptly canceled. The history of the singer began in the next year, 1993. Crow's popularity gained momentum through relentless touring and writing songs that have served Crow from that day to this day. The singer released her last album Threads in 2019. For 17 years of creative activity, she has released many high-quality songs. In this rating, we have collected the 20 best, in our opinion, songs performed by Sheryl Crow.
20: «Tell Me When It's Over" (2019, with Chris Stapleton)
To tell the truth, from the album "All-star Threads" we could single out each track - in the tracks of this record, it is perfect combined two distinctive voices. Country singer Chris Stapleton plays rather an episodic role in Cheryl's tracks, but the works with his participation turned out to be quite atmospheric and melodic.
19: «Sign Your Name" (2010, with Justin Timberlake)
Proof that successful cooperation not new to Crowe is 2018's 100 Miles From Memphis with backing vocals from Justin Timberlake.
18: «What Can I Do For You" (1993)
"Tuesday Night Music" is one of the most colorful debut albums of all time, named after the informal jam nights Crow participated in while in California. Music by Bill Bottrell perfect combined with Crowe's voice in this composition.
17: «Beware Of Darkness" (2019, with Eric Clapton, Sting and Brandi Carlyle)
Another inspirational remake from Threads, this time featuring no less than three major authors and insightful production by Steve Jordan. The guitar part was performed by Eric Clapton.
16: «Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997)
Confirmation of Crowe's status as one of the biggest stars in the world is the offer to create a composition for "Agent 007". The dark play was co-written with its producer Mitchell Froome.
15: «Soak Up The Sun" (2002)
The first single from the fourth album "Crow, C'mon C'mon" brought not only high sales to the record, but also achieved No. 1 on the Billboard chart. Listen to Liz Phair and Sheryl Crow combine vocals and watch the main character perform on the beach in Hawaii.
14: «The First Cut Is The Deepest" (2003)
Long before Threads, Crow proved that even a career can be improved by random, but good hand-picked remake. When her album "Very Best Of" was released in 2003, this new version of the Cat Stevens song became especially attractive to the public.
13: «Home" (1996)
This song is not one of the most famous compositions by Crowe, but it was included in her self-titled second album, which she produced herself, and successfully.
12: «Prove You Wrong" (2019, with Stevie Nicks and Maren Morris)
Another powerful trio recorded the opening single for the album "Threads", which brings together both generations. The track features a soft rock queen and one of the country's biggest new stars. Crowe, Nicks and Morris performed it ahead of the album's release at the 2019 CMT Music Awards in June 2019.
11: «Leaving Las Vegas" (1993)
Fourth single from the album "Tuesday Night Music Club" was another compelling storytelling created by Crowe and producer Bottrell, co-written with fellow club members David Baerwald, Brian McLeod, David Ricketts and Kevin Gilbert.
10: «run baby run" (1993)
The first single "Tuesday Night..." from an album co-written by Crowe with Bottrell and Baerwald. The latter was a former member of David & David (with Ricketts), who released the only and still noteworthy album "Boomtown", certified gold in 1986. "Run Baby Run" didn't make much of an impression at first, but was re-released in several countries after Crow's rise to fame, and finally hit the UK Top 30 in 1995.
9: «live wire" (2019, with Mavis Staples and Bonnie Raitt)
That infectiously spontaneous flavor of Threads - another song that emphasizes the big success of the album is that the guest artists do what they do best - music. In this case, that means Staples' gospel soul prowess, Raitt's peerless slide guitar, and clean vocals.
8: «A Change Would Do You Good" (1996)
The track was co-written with Jeff Trott and Brian McLeod while the artists were visiting New Orleans. The single became perfect a transition from "Live Wire" with nods to the mainstream singers in their soulful, secular ways.
7: «Don't" (2019)
Perhaps an unexpected collaboration, but this single was one of the best songs Burt Bacharach ever wrote. This incendiary song highest a quality that shows once again how few equals Crowe has in terms of her variety of pop-rock creations.
6: «Strong Enough" (1993)
The album "Tuesday Night Music Club" became a record on which almost every track was a hit. mature and introspective The composition "Strong Enough" was liked by both fans and pop critics, which allowed it to reach number 5 in the US chart and number 1 in Canada.
5: «Everyday Is A Winding Road" (1996)
The track "Everyday Is A Winding Road" has become an integral part of almost every Crowe performance. At the end of January 2020, this piece was her biggest hit when she spoke at Girls Just Wanna at the Hard Rock Hotel in Riviera Maya, Mexico. The song reached number one on the US charts and became her third UK Top 10 hit.
4: «redemption day" (2019, with Johnny Cash)
Crow wrote this anti-war work for his second album after a trip to Bosnia with Hillary Clinton. Cash recorded his interpretation for the sixth posthumous album American VI: Ain't No Grave in 2010 with producer Rick Rubin.
3: «My Favorite Mistake" (1998)
Another of Crow's most popular songs, it was created during the prolific period of hit singles in the 90s. This sensual song, which is often perform and now. The song itself was deservedly nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.
2: «If It Makes You Happy" (1996)
Sheryl Crow's album was praised, among other things, for the amazing sound of such tracks. Crowe wanted to perform "If It Makes You Happy" as a country song, but presented listener in rock style, for which she won the Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.
1: «All I Wanna Do" (1994)
The most melodic songs sometimes disguise depressed mood. As Crowe put it:
Apathy and desperation are masked in this light pop song, but it's about someone downtrodden sitting in a bar watching their lives go by.