ROLLING STONE #475
It is unquestionable the commercial success Sheryl Crow attained from this record, and it's not hard to here why, but that's not always a great aspect. On her second album, Crow manages a lot of the music herself while recording with a heap of talented musicians. This allows her personality to glow quite often, carried by the varying vocal performances she offers depending on the mood of the songs.
Songs being radio-friendly are not an indicator of poor quality, but often ... read more