Posted by: bluesyemre | September 8, 2013

Sheryl Crow – Feels Like Home (will be released September 10)

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  • The cynical response that comes to the fore when an established pop/rock artist like Sheryl Crow makes a country album is that it’s a ploy intended to prop up a flagging career. When the hits get fewer and farther between, you just head to Nashville, ladle on the strings and pedal steel, and you’ve got yourself a brand new audience ready to lap it all up, as if it were that easy. While one would have to be inside the head of Sheryl Crow to determine exactly what her motives were in releasing Feels Like Home, the evidence on the disc suggests that this was a natural progression for Crow’s music rather than a mercenary one. This foray into country music is smooth, polished, and well-executed, with a few standout moments that suggest that this talented songwriter and performer might have been still a star even if C&W got her before pop radio did.
  1. Shotgun
  2. Easy
  3. Give It To Me
  4. We Oughta Be Drinkin’
  5. Callin’ Me When I’m Lonely
  6. Waterproof Mascara
  7. Crazy Ain’t Original
  8. Nobody’s Business
  9. Homesick
  10. Homecoming Queen
  11. Best of Times
  12. Stay At Home Mother

http://www.sherylcrow.com/feels-like-home

iTunes: http://j.mp/17PoHl9


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