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Live at Soundstage - Part Two

Sheryl Crow

Year: 2004

Runtime: 00:50:58

Since breaking into the musicindustry in the early 80's, singer-songwriter Crow has gone on to multi-platinum success, while bending the bounds of modern pop-rock. In the second half of her two-part Soundstage, Crow gets down to rootsy, classic rock with "Steve McQueen" and "Sweet Rosalyn." She also includes the moody "If It Makes You Happy" and "My Favorite Mistake."

Sheryl's near hushed performance in "I Shall Believe" pays tribute to the eloquence and depth carried in her voice--a voice and talent that have won her nine Grammy's since 1994. "Let's Get Free" highlights the artist's perennial theme of having fun, while "Redemption Day" and "Home" prove that although she varies her style from blues to country to rock - she will always remain true to her socially conscious, introspective self.

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Country, Pop, Singer Songwriter

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Country, Pop, Singer Songwriter, Rock, Jazz, Folk, R&B

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