The Globe Sessions Import
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SHERYL CROW The Globe Sessions (1998 UK 12-track CD album including the single My Favorite Mistake picture sleeve)
For some fairly shallow performers, there comes a time when their craft becomes a chore, when scribbling songs for the big follow-up album turns into a black-and-white deadline. Clever composers can almost disguise this ennui, burying it in a smarmy, sunshine-beaming mix. Key word: almost. Ergo, a trial spin through clever composer Sheryl Crow's The Globe Sessions evokes the faintest hint of a feeling that grows stronger with each successive listening--there's no sense that the artist intended this material as anything more than tepid album filler. A conversation with your local supermarket checkout girl would prove far more riveting than Crow's pretentious and all-too-casual observations (set to the tune, it must be noted, of some likable, jangly hooks). "Get out the camera, take a picture / The drag queens and the freaks are all out on the town," she purrs over chucka-chucka choogling on "There Goes the Neighborhood", which is probably what any self-respecting drag queen or freak would mutter once Crow moved in, scrounging for her now-patented vicarious cool. The closest The Globe Sessions comes to any palpable sincerity is during an actually-might've-lived-it, whoops-I'm-in-trouble-again "Mississippi". Even then, Crow drowns the moment in perfectly enunciated syllables, more prissy than alley cat prowling. Crow started out with a credible Tuesday Night Music Club pedigree, surrounded by visionaries such as David Baerwald (For this disc, she relies heavily on ex-Wire Train mainstay Jeff Trott). But they're gone, and things change, to the point where, if you support this silly sycophant with your hard-earned dollars, there's only one question that you'll need to be asked: Do you want paper or plastic? --Tom Lanham
Top Customer Reviews
This was bought for me by my parents after Sheryl Crow did a "blinding" live set at a Stones gig a few years ago, and i wish now that i had been there to see it. "The Globe Sessions" is one of those CD's that everyone has, but no one fully appreciates until later. My favourite tracks have got to be 'Am i Getting Through' (both 'parts'!!), 'The Difficult Kind' and 'Anything but Down', which is a great track to sing your heart out to. I also find the intro of 'Resuscitation' pretty cool,in a 'twangy' way! This is my favourite album to sit and listen to, a great album - sometimes laid back, sometimes full of emotion, and i don't have to get up and press the 'skip' button too often (only on 'Maybe Thats Something'- i'm not sure about that one, but i'm sure it'll grow on me!)
It may not be as good as "Tuesday Night Music Club", but its still damm good!!
I love it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arguably, Sheryl Crow's most accomplished and consistent album.Published 2 months ago by Nicholas Dawson
catching up with early material and classic artists, thanks stephenPublished 9 months ago by Mr. Stephen P. Blatch
An early Sheryl Crow album that I have had only as radio CD promo copy and that was on my wish list for years to buy a original proper released copy. Read morePublished on 4 July 2014 by John Crooks
All in all thought it was a fab album. Well worth the money, brought back lots of happy memories - BrilliantPublished on 30 Mar. 2014 by Adrian Barry Pacey