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100 Miles From Memphis

by Sheryl Crow

100 Miles From Memphis by Sheryl Crow

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100 Miles From Memphis

by Sheryl Crow

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Label: A&M
Crow has been referencing old-school soul at least since 1998's "My Favorite Mistake," but never before for a whole album. She defines the genre widely: Stax horns, reggae lilts, country gospel, quiet storm, Supremes quotes, Jackson 5 and (with Justin Timberlake's help) Terence Trent D'Arby covers. Current events spiel "Say What You Want" provides a break from all the universal romance; "Roses and Midnight," a long, flute-fusioned wah-wah vamp, might be her funkiest track ever. Now, if only her languorous tempos and slurred delivery didn't frequently cut into the groove.

About This Album

Crow has been referencing old-school soul at least since 1998's "My Favorite Mistake," but never before for a whole album. She defines the genre widely: Stax horns, reggae lilts, country gospel, quiet storm, Supremes quotes, Jackson 5 and (with Justin Timberlake's help) Terence Trent D'Arby covers. Current events spiel "Say What You Want" provides a break from all the universal romance; "Roses and Midnight," a long, flute-fusioned wah-wah vamp, might be her funkiest track ever. Now, if only her languorous tempos and slurred delivery didn't frequently cut into the groove.

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About This Album

Crow has been referencing old-school soul at least since 1998's "My Favorite Mistake," but never before for a whole album. She defines the genre widely: Stax horns, reggae lilts, country gospel, quiet storm, Supremes quotes, Jackson 5 and (with Justin Timberlake's help) Terence Trent D'Arby covers. Current events spiel "Say What You Want" provides a break from all the universal romance; "Roses and Midnight," a long, flute-fusioned wah-wah vamp, might be her funkiest track ever. Now, if only her languorous tempos and slurred delivery didn't frequently cut into the groove.