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Sheryl Crow - Duets (last?!) Album

Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by xOJakeXo, Jun 18, 2018.

  1. Sheryl Crow confirmed her upcoming duets album will be out in 2019. The confirmed list of collaborators so far includes:
    • St. Vincent
    • Keith Richards
    • Neil Young
    • Willie Nelson
    • Don Henley
    • Stevie Nicks
    • Emmylou Haris
    • Sting
    • James Taylor
    • Joe Walsh
    +more to be announced

    In an interview, this song was announced as the new single from it. "Wouldn't Wanna Be Like You" is a duet with St. Vincent. I imagine it'll hit streaming soon, but here's a radio rip:



    More surprisingly, Sheryl says this will be her last album. She can't imagine following this up with anything because this is such a "big" record. It's also a response to the way people consume albums these days. I'd be... surprised if this were the case, but it's interesting to hear her talk like this.
     
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  2. I like Sheryl but the collaborators list seems so predictable, don’t really think this album will be as big as she thinks..
     
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  3. N(n)(n) not political Sheryl again. “Gasoline” was a bop, though.
     
  4. Despite working with people like Michael Jackson, Kid Rock and The Corrs, Sheryl has always had an older head on her shoulders. With the exception of St Vincent, the MOJO-esque list of duets isn't much of a surprise.
     
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  5. Duet albums, live albums, demo albums, cover albums, just no.
     
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  6. I used to be such a massive fan but I didn’t like either of her last 2 records at all. I don’t think I’m a fan anymore.

    Last time this happened to me was with Jewel but she came back with Picking Up The Pieces so there’s still hope in the long run I guess.
     
  7. Why do I get Spice Girls vibes from the St Vincent song?
     
  8. St. Vincent appearing on a duets album feels weirdly...alien to me after the masterpiece that was Masseduction but it’s good. I’ve missed Sheryl’s voice, it’s a shame this may be her last album.
     
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  9. She performed the song live last night and it sounded pretty great. I'd be surprised if this really was her last album.
     
  10. This is kinda sad as I really really liked Be Myself. Oh well.

    The track with St Vincent is great.
     
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