CROW, SHERYL - CD
FLESH AND BLOOD

LABEL:
Do Song Kid #41N017
SOURCE:
Various B-Sides, Soundtracks, TV Broadcasts
FORMAT:
Single Printed CD
RUNNING TIME:
78:08:00
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard, Broadcast, Studio
PACKAGING:
Clear Slimline Jewelcase art
 

CROW, SHERYL

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SOUND 10 / PACKAGING 9 / PERFORMANCE 9

 

TRACK LIST:

1. Solitaire (If I Were A Carpenter Tribute), 2. Jackson/Orange Blossom Special (w/Willie Nelson), 3. In Need (B-Side), 4. Free Man (B-Side), 5. Flesh And Blood (w/M.J. Carpenter and Emmylou Harris, 6. Tomorrow Never Dies (James Bond Title Soundtrack), 7. Carolina (B-Side), 8. Time Has Come Today (w/Steve Earle), 9. Mother Nature's Son (from I Am Sam Soundtrack), 10. Dyer Mak'er (Led Zeppelin Tribute), 11. Merry Christmas Baby (w/Eric Clapton), 12. Diamond Road, 13. I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday (What I Can Do For You), 14. Keep On Grooving, 15. On The Outside (B-Side), 16. Sad, Sad World, 17. Hundreds Of Tears (Point Break Soundtrack), 18. All I Wanna Do (Acoustic Version)

 
REVIEW:

An outstanding Japanese Rarities Compilation.  There is not a lot to say except this could pass as a legitimate import release from Sheryl Crow's Record Label (just look at the front art!).  Most of this material is familiar even to the casual fan, except the B-Sides.  Again, what strikes me as being so appealing is that the producers of this disc did a wonderful job in sequencing the material.  It plays like there was some real thought behind it.  Nice artwork with good use of photos and layout.

On a subjective note, I have a real "love/hate" thing for Sheryl Crow.  Yes, she's cute and talented...and she can rock.  But she is always everywhere...being everything to everybody!  This CD illustrates exactly what I'm talking about.  Look at the contrast of collaborations and material.  Some would say versatile, and I would agree.  She does everything well but nothing great....if that makes any sense.  Her attempt at any style has simply become generic.  Let's just leave it that.. this disc showcases her versatility in embracing styles.  Yes, that will do.


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