Sheryl Crow - All I Wanna Do + Strong Enough + Easy (Music Videos)

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It's been just over over two decades since Sheryl Crow's debut solo album, Tuesday Night Music Club, was released. When the third single titled All I Wanna Do came out, it felt so fresh that one could smell a hit. Two other singles were put out first, but did not grab hold the way All I Wanna Do did.

Backed by a very tasty band of real players, she delivered old fashioned story telling of real poetry. One of the co-writers of the song was poet Wyn Cooper whose poem titled "Fun" was adapted into the song. The song was not going to change the world, but the end result had a little bit of magic that still feels good.

Long before Tuesday Night Music Club was released and launched her career as a solo artist, Crow had paid her musical dues. For many years, she honed her craft as a session and touring vocalist for some of the best of the best, such as Michael Jackson during his Bad world tour. Before that, she had a long list of credits, even doing jingles for major TV commercials, and movie soundtracks record duets with artists like Kenny Loggins. She was a genuine unmanufactured artist long before the success with her first hit song below.

Sheryl Crow - All I Wanna Do

Track 3 of the same record was a tasty song titled Strong Enough that will have legs forever for certain people at certain times of their lives.

Sheryl Crow - Strong Enough

Next is Sheryl Crow's latest music video from her June 2013 record:

Sheryl Crow - Easy

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A Timeless Take of Sarah Brightman and Andrea Bocelli

Below is a beautiful live recording of artists Sarah Brightman and Andrea Bocelli.

The song below is "Time to Say Goodbye", is a song from the albums, "Timeless" (in Europe) and "Time to Say Goodbye" (in N. America), by English soprano and classical-crossover artist Sarah Brightman and Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli. The song itself is a cover version of the original 1995 recording "Con te partirò" by Andrea Bocelli, released as a single and included on his album, "Bocelli, Romanza". The Brightman-Bocelli release was a huge success throughout Europe, reaching #1 in Germany and several other countries. This live version is from Brightman's first full concert recording, "Sarah Brightman: In Concert", from London's Royal Albert Hall with the London Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Paul Bateman. Guest artists include Andrew Lloyd Webber, Adam Clark and Andrea Bocelli. The concert was released to video in 1998. The concert was directed by David Mallet.

Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman perform Time To Say Goodbye (Live at Royal Albert Hall - 1997)

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