Monday, October 4, 2021

Sheryl Crow - Sheryl Crow (1996)


Sheryl Crow - Sheryl Crow (1996)


Tracklist front / back album covers

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1. "Maybe Angels"   4:56

2. "A Change Would Do You Good"  3:50

3. "Home"   4:51

4. "Sweet Rosalyn"   3:58

5. "If It Makes You Happy"   5:23

6. "Redemption Day"   4:27

7. "Hard to Make a Stand"   3:07

8. "Everyday Is a Winding Road"   4:16

9. "Love Is a Good Thing"   4:43

10. "Oh Marie"   3:30

11. "Superstar"   4:58

12. "The Book"   4:34

13. "Ordinary Morning"   3:55




Sheryl Crow Band Members / Musicians

Sheryl Crow – lead vocals, background vocals, bass guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, harmonium, keyboards, Moog bass, Hammond organ, piano, Wurlitzer, pennyosley, loops, producer

Jeri Heiden – art direction, design

Steve Berlin – saxophone

Ron Black – assistant engineer

Tchad Blake – engineer, mixing

R.S. Bryan – wah wah guitar

Steve Donnelly – dobro, electric guitar

Dave Douglas – horn

Davey Faragher – fuzz bass

Neil Finn – background vocals

Curtis Fowlkes – horn

Mitchell Froom – assistant producer, harmonium, horn arrangements, keyboards, string arrangements

S. "Husky" Höskulds – assistant engineer

Wally Ingram – drums, djembe

Cappy Japngie – assistant engineer

Jim Keltner – drums

Blair Lamb – engineer

Bob Ludwig – mastering

Brian MacLeod – drums, loops

James Minchin – photography

John Paterno – assistant engineer

Stephanie Pfriender – photography

Josh Roseman – horn

Dan Rothchild – bass guitar

Anders Rundblad – bass guitar, acoustic guitar

Bob Salcedo – engineer

Jane Scarpantoni – strings

Trina Shoemaker – engineer

Bob Stewart – horn

Steen Sundland – photography

Pete Thomas – drums

Jeff Trott – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, background vocals, loop

Michael Urbano – drums, snare drums, loop

Tad Wadhams – bass guitar

Karen Walker – art direction, design

Stephen Weintraub – executive producer

Pam Werheimer – coordination

Todd Wolfe – dobro, electric guitar




Sheryl Crow is the 2nd studio album by American singer Sheryl Crow, released on September 24, 1996 by A&M Records. Unlike its predecessor Tuesday Night Music Club, which was written by a casual collective formed by Crow and several other musicians, Sheryl Crow was entirely produced by Crow, who wrote most of the songs alone or with only one collaborator. Most of the album was recorded at Kingsway Studios in New Orleans, Louisiana. The album covers topics of American life, relationship breakups, and moral and ethical issues, while encompassing a variety of music genres such as rock, blues, alternative rock, country, and folk.


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