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Sheryl Crow's 10 Best Songs: Critic's Picks. 8/10/2017 by Chuck Dauphin. At other times, Crow’s compositions have inspired us to aspire to dream big and make 'A Change' for good. Whether you prefer her ballad or rocker side, we feel there are plenty of Sheryl Crow songs on this list that will make you nod in agreement, and maybe a few that you had forgotten about. Either way, they stand as a representative of an artist who remains as timeless and as relevant as the moment she first walked into America’s spotlight at the Tuesday Night Music Club!

Songs in album Crow - Evil Woman - The Best Of Crow (1992).

The Very Best of Sheryl Crow. On this 2003 hits compilation, Sheryl earned a generation of new fans with her recording of the classic Cat Stevens song The First Cut Is The Deepest C’mon C’mon. Sheryl Crow and Friends: Live From Central Park

Hard Rock Crow (USA-2). 队列表 Hard Rock Crow (USA-2) Best of Crow. Album Name Best of Crow.

The Very Best of Sheryl Crow is a greatest hits album by American singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow, released on October 13, 2003 in the United Kingdom and November 4, 2003 in the United States. The album was a commercial success, reaching No. 2 on both the UK Album Chart and the Billboard 200, selling 4 million units in the US as of January 2008.

This Sheryl Crow discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Sheryl Crow albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Sheryl Crow singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.

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Tracks count: 16. Views: 0. Crow - Evil Woman 03:13. Crow - (Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie On the) King of Rock and Roll 02:33. Crow - Easy Street 05:04. Crow - Yellow Dawg 03:03. Crow - When I Get Home 03:39. Crow - Satisfied 05:17. Crow - Watch That Cat 05:32. Crow - Keeps Me Running 02:58.


A1 Evil Woman 3:10
A2 (Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie On The) King Of Rock And Roll 2:30
A3 Colors 3:35
A4 Gonna Leave A Mark 2:53
A5 I Stand To Blame 2:36
A6 Time To Make A Turn 2:47
B1 Cottage Cheese 3:20
B2 Busy Day 3:03
B3 Satisfied 5:03
B4 Keeps Me Runnin' 3:00
B5 Yellow Dawg 3:01


  • Bass – Larry Wiegand
  • Drums – Denny Craswell*
  • Lead Guitar – Dick Wiegand
  • Lead Vocals – Dave Wagner
  • Organ – Dave "Kink" Middlemist


back cover: round sticker 'DJ NOT FOR SALE'
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  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Etching Side A): AST5012 M6S 2866 (P)1972 AMARET RECORDS
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Etching Side B): AST5012 M6S 2867 (P)1972 AMARET RECORDS

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
U 8148-5012 Crow Best Of Crow ‎(8-Trk, Comp) Amaret U 8148-5012 US 1972
ARL 34675, AST 5012 Crow Best Of Crow ‎(LP, Comp, Promo) Amaret, Amaret ARL 34675, AST 5012 Australia 1972
AST 5012 Crow Best Of Crow ‎(LP, Comp) Amaret AST 5012 US 1972
AST 5012, MGS 2866 Crow Best Of Crow ‎(LP, Comp) Amaret, MGM Records AST 5012, MGS 2866 US 1972

An eleven track compilation, 1972's "The Best of Crow" pulled together five out of the band's seven 1969-71 era singles. Missing in action were 1970's 'Slow Down' and 'Watching Can Waste Up Time'. Given the band's limited catalog (they'd only recorded three studio sets up to that point), a "best of" collection struck me as a bit premature, but with lead singer David Wagner having quit the previous year, I'm guessing Amaret wanted to capitalize on the band's audience while they still had a chance. And here's the really funny thing about this album - since the labelt got to "cherry pick" from the first three albums, on a song-for-song basis the results were surprisingly impressive. Yeah, Wagner's voice was an acquire taste (he frequently reminded me of a rock-oriented David Clayton-Thomas), and there wasn't a great deal of originality in these grooves, but looking back I find nine of the tracks score high with my ears (and that includes a couple with horn arrangements). - Off their debut LP "Crow Music", 'Evil Woman' was their biggest and best hit (really their only hit). Driven by Larry Wiegand's pounding bass and some very daring lyrics (remember this was 1969), the song probably deserved to be a bigger hit than it was. Interestingly, the horns were added without the band's knowledge, or approval, giving the tune a Blood, Sweat & Tears-edge. rating: **** stars- Their fifth single, 'Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie On the (King of Rock and Roll)' was as horrendous as the title. A mindless slice of anonymous bar band moves, the song found lead singer Wagner trotting out his bluesiest voice to little effect. rating: ** stars- Off of their second album, 1970's "Crow By Crow", 'Colors' opening with some Kink Middlemist church organ before unexpectedly exploding into one of the band's better rockers. Dick Wiegand acquitted himself with honors on the track and even Wagner's David Clayton-Thomas wannabe vocals were enjoyable on this one. rating: **** stars- 'Gonna Leave a Mark' was another track off the debut LP. Driven by a crunching Dick Wiegand guitar riff, the song was actually pretty good and would have been even better had producer Bob Monaco restrained himself and dropped the needless horns which gave the song a dreaded BS&T feel. rating: *** stars- Showcasing one of their better melodies and some of Dick Wiegand's best playing, 'I Stand To Blame" was a likeable country-rocker with a nifty nod to Elvis Presley. The song was also interesting for showcasing the band's seldom displayed harmony vocal skills and for Wagner's breezy delivery. Shame he did sing like this more often. rating: **** stars- The band's debut single, 'Time To Make a Turn' has always reminded me of a Gary Puckett and the Union Gap song. Complete with punch horns, this one sounded like it had been penned for maximum radio play - hard to understand why it vanished without a trace. Elsewhere, Dick Wiegand turned in a tasty lead guitar solo. rating: **** stars- A strange choice for a single (gawd only knows how it hit the top-100 charts), 'Cottage Cheese' was apparently written to spotlight drummer Dennis Craswell. Musically the song was little more than a brief jam session with each member, including Craswell), given a crack at a short solo. The song title was basically a place holder, but the band never came up with a better title. rating: ** stars- Penned by bassist Larry Weigand, 'Busy Day' was built on a great rock riff (if I ever wanted to write a song, I'd steal it in a heartbeat). The only downside to this one was producer Monaco's needless studio effects. rating: **** stars- Lifted from the band's third studio set (1971's "Mosaic"), 'Satisfied' was a bit different from the bulk of the group's standard bar band repertoire. Opening up with some attractive orchestration, including Craswell pounding away on kettle drums, the track didn't drift all that far from hardrock, but sounded considerably more self-assured than much of their earlier work. rating: **** stars- Larry seemed to be the band's most commercial writer and that knack was aptly displayed on 'Keeps Me Runnin''. Nice pop-rock tune that again showcased the band's overlooked harmony vocals. rating: **** stars- Three things save 'Yellow Dawg' from oblivion: 1.) Dick Wiegand's fuzz guitar (he also turned in a blazing solo), 2.) the title track chorus, and 3.) Middlemist's jumpy keyboard pattern which Dick and Larry follow a couple of times throughout the song. rating: **** starsDamn, I guess I'm gonna have to go back and re-exam the studio albums."The Best of Crow" track listing:(side 1)1.) Evil Woman (Larry Wiegand - Richard Wiegand - David Waggoner) - 3:102.) Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie On the (King of Rock and Roll) (Jeff Thomas) - 2:003.) Colors (Larry Wiegand) - 3:364.) Gonna Leave a Mark (Larry Wiegand) - 2:535.) I Stand To Blame (Richard Wiegand - David Waggoner) - 2:386.) Time To Make a Turn (Larry Wiegand) - 2:47(side 2)1.) Cottage Cheese (Richard Wiegand - David Waggoner - Dennis Craswell) - 3:202.) Busy Day (Larry Wiegand) - 3:033.) Satisfied (R Middlemist - Larry Wiegand) - 5:034.) Keeps Me Runnin' (Larry Wiegand) - 3:005.) Yellow Dawg (Larry Wiegand) - 3:01Under the Crow banner the Weigand brothers and Middlemist are still active in the Minneapolis area and have a web presence at: www.thecrowband.com03/2013 SRB