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C'mon, C'mon

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Rock on Sheryl!

    This CD is not as good as her second CD, but better than the other two. Long in coming, but definitely worth the wait.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Sheryl rocks once again....

    I have been a fan of Sheryl since ''Tuesday Night Music Club'', and this is the best I have heard her sound so far. My favorte here is ''Come on, Come on''. It's just a very pretty song you can relate to. This is overall a really good album that I would reccommend to people.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    C'mon get some new fresh Sheryl

    Sheryl is very refreshing on this album. It makes you ready for this summer. Also if you just are getting over someone, C'mon C'mon and Over You bring you in an excellent mood. For some dancing you need Steve McQueen and Lucky Kid. For some dreamy songs you need The Weather Channel and It's Only Love. This is an album for every occasion.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Very good material

    This CD is very good. Out of the 13 songs, there are at least 6 that are extremely good and the rest are not bad. Nothing on the CD is unlistenable to. Sheryl Crow is the best songwriter of the last 4-5 years and she proves that she is not slowing from lack of ideas. ''Diamond Road'' is one of the best songs she has ever written (if not the best) and is certainly bound for ''hitdom.'' ''Steve McQueen'' is ultra cool and shows that Crow still knows how to belt one out. ''C'Mon C'mon'' is very catchy and the lyrics of ''You're an Original'' are very well thought out. ''Soak up the Sun,'' which I first heard her perform live at the half-time cerimony of the AFC Championship game in Pittsburgh at Hienz Field in January, is a sure fire number one hit. Even after my team got humiliated the memory of the melody was etched like stone in my mind after just one listen. All in all, this CD is a must buy if you like good song-writing. If you don't know what good song-writing is, you need to buy this CD to find out.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2010

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