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Pj from Denver, CoThis album had such an exciting career. The raw, punkish “Leaving Las Vegas” remained in hefty rotation on the college and indie stations for almost a year prior to the massive commercial networks noticed the more radio-friendly “All I Wanna Do”, which ironically was the weakest song on the album (possibly that her label’s setup all along). Strong lyrics but by-the-numbers musically. Then came “Are You Strong Enough”. To get 2.5 hits off your debut album is outstanding. It made the veteran backup singer a superstar.Maya from California This song came out before I was born yet it is my favorite song by Sheryl Crow aside from her cover of The First Cut is the Deepest. watch more comments
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Different DrumLinda Ronstadt

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Harry Patch (In Memory Of)Radiohead

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Soak Up The SunSheryl Crow

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Brandi CarlileSongwriter Interviews

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Pete AndersonSongwriter Interviews

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