Wildflower (Deluxe Edition) by Sheryl Crow
Personnel: Sheryl Crow (vocals, acoustic guitar, piano); John Shanks (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar, background vocals);... Read More
Personnel: Sheryl Crow (vocals, acoustic guitar, piano); John Shanks (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar, background vocals); Jeff Trott (electric guitar, slide guitar, piano, Wurlitzer piano, bass synthesizer, drum programming, background vocals); Greg Leisz (pedal steel guitar, baritone guitar); Bruce Kaphan (pedal steel guitar); David Campbell (strings); Jamie Muhoberac (keyboards); Keith Schreiner (synthesizer, drums); Mike Elizondo (bass guitar); Daniel Chase, Jeff Rothschild (drums, programming); Abe Laboriel, Jr., Brian MacLeod (drums). On her fifth studio album, singer/songwriter Sheryl Crow leaves her carefree rock tunes by the side of a winding road, traveling forward with a subdued, introspective set of songs. The result is akin to Beck's SEA CHANGE, a record that largely eschews upbeat pop in favor of quieter, more thoughtful tracks. (In fact, Beck's father, David Campbell, provides string arrangements for almost every song on WILDFLOWER.) Although there is a notable chamber-pop fe... Minimize
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|Number of Discs||1|
|Record Label||A&M (USA)|
|Genre||Rock and Pop|
|Release Date||September 27, 2005|
|Song List: Disc 1|
|Song List: Disc 1||
Product Review Summary
2 Reviews from Epinions.com
Dec 18, 2005
Wildflower Grows On You
Pros: Sheryl continues to grow and make great music.
Cons: The quieter non pop Sheryl takes a few listens to grow on you.
Dec 27, 2005
Plant this seed and watch a Wildflower grow in it's wake
Pros: Introspective writing, delicate and crystaline voice, beautiful instruments
Cons: Takes time to enjoy, but worth the wait