Tuesday Night Music Club

Sheryl Crow - Tuesday Night Music Club
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Based on 2 reviews
1993 Ratings: #128 / 408
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1993 Ratings: #184
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Even with the weaker moments, Crow manages to create an identity for herself -- a classic rocker at heart but with enough smarts to stay contemporary. And that's the lasting impression Tuesday Night Music Club leaves.



Track Review: Strong Enough - 100

A beautiful snapshot of a time when a song could seem so adult and serious yet possess a tender and hopeful quality. The kind of song that can simultaneously appeal to a woman dealing with a tumultuous relationship and a 7 year old Andrew picturing himself as a grown man, thinking one day I will be, Sheryl.


For at least the third time this year I am letting Netflix dictate my taste in music. Decided to give this album a shot when I was blown away by the song at the end of The Haunting of Bly Manor, and was stunned to look it up and find it was by... Sheryl freaking Crow.

Ultimately that song ("I Shall Believe") is definitely the highlight - a pleading ballad that never builds to true catharsis and instead stays in its night-welcoming atmosphere. Actually the ballads in general carry ... read more


'Tuesday Night Music Club' mostly bets on twangy production and ramshackle vocals with a middle america diner aesthetic that has as much appeal as an old shirtless guy under the sun in a gas station somewhere. 'Run, Baby, Run' and 'Leaving Las Vegas' kick off the album bittersweetly as there are good elements there but for some reason they come together weirdly. The follow up tracks, 'Strong Enough' and 'Can't Cry Anymore', show indication of the 'If It Makes You Happy' Sheryl Crow I fell in ... read more

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Added on: December 31, 2013