Tuesday Night Music Club
by Sheryl Crow
Released: Aug 1993
When the first single of Sheryl Crow's debut -- the torch rocker "Run, Baby, Run" -- withered on the charts, it quietly introduced one of the biggest pop records of the mid-'90s. Written by a loose group of LA comrades from which the albums takes its name, the glut of hits presented Crow as a the affable, hard workin' backup singer who made it to the big time through characteristic gems like "Leaving Las Vegas," "Strong Enough," "Can't Cry Anymore" and, of course, "All I Wanna Do," which pulled in two Grammies. After getting giddy on hits, listen for the enduring downtempo album track, "We Do What We Can."
Welcome to Rhapsody
You're just minutes away from millions of songs.