Monthly Archives: August 2012

[BOOTLEG] The Crow Comes Alive | Artpark – Lewinston, New York – 14 August 2012

THE CROW COMES ALIVE
Artpark Amphitheater
Lewinston, New York (USA)
Tuesday 14 August 2012

CD Audio – Hi-Fi Stereo
Audience Recording
Taper: Adam Hudson

Source: Sound Professional CMC-8 > Sony PCM M10 @ 24/96
Transfer: SD Card > PC > Sony Sound Forge 10 pro > 16/44 > CDWAVE > TLH > FLAC

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TRACKLISTING

01. Intro
02. Steve McQueen
03. All I Wanna Do
04. Members Only
05. Can’t Cry Anymore
06. Favorite Mistake
07. A Change
08. First Cut is the Deepest
09. Real Gone
10. C’Mon, C’Mon
11. Strong Enough
12. Home
13. Shotgun
14. If it makes you Happy
15. Soak up the Sun
16. You’re No Good
17. Winding Road

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DOWNLOAD

TRACKS 01-05 ————————————– DOWNLOAD (135 mb)
TRACKS 06-12 ————————————– DOWNLOAD (197 mb)
TRACKS 13-17 ————————————– DOWNLOAD (165 mb)

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All tracks use lossless FLAC, linear PCM at the standard 1411 kbps (CD Audio)

FLAC INSTRUCTIONS

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ARTWORKS

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…at the recording studio! (August 2012)

Sheryl posted on FB a little vid and some nice pix of the studio recording sessions for her new album.

…at the console…

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…playing the Hammond organ…

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Recording “Shotgun”

Notice the Beastie Boys country album (Country Mike’s Greatest Hits) on the wall. Adam Yauch gave it to Sheryl some time before he passed away.

By the way, some of the new songs were recorded in May 2012 at 16 Ton Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, as reported in the studio’s website:

Rock legend Sheryl Crow stopped by for a couple of days in May to work on some new tunes and it was a blast. Sheryl is a shoe in for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame somewhere down the road but in the here and now, she’s still making some great music…no news flash there, huh?

Known for classic tunes like, “All I Wanna Do”, “My Favorite Mistake”, and “Steve McQueen” to name a few, Sheryl is one of the finest writer/performers in the world. It was truly a pleasure to have her here at 16 Ton Studios for a few days.

Sheryl Crow – “Shotgun” (new song – 14 August 2012)

“Shotgun”
Artpark Concert Series
Lewinston, New York (USA)
14 August 2012

– audience recording –

Sheryl Crow caricature by Don Howard

So cute!

This artist is amazing! Check out his website:
http://www.howardstudiosltd.com

“Come Together” Celebration Concert

Sheryl Crow and Kid Rock performs during the Palace Sports and Entertainment’s Come Together Celebration concert at the DTE Energy Music Theater on August 12, 2012 in Clarkston, Michigan. (Photo by Paul Warner/Getty Images)

DTE Energy Music Theater
Clarkston, Michigan (USA)
12 August 2012
Photos: Paul Warner/Getty Images

Happy Strummer

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Musikfest 2012
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania (USA)
10 August 2012

Sheryl Crow & Kid Rock – “Up Around the Bend” & “Picture”

“Up Around the Bend”
(Creedence Clearwater Revival cover)
“Picture”

DTE Theater
Clarkston, Michigan (USA)12 August 2012

Cool pix from Boots&Hearts Country Music Festival – 11 August 2012

(photo: Steffen R)

Photo: Megan Garrett

Photo: Scott Legato/Getty Images

Photo: Scott Legato/Getty Images

Photo: Scott Legato/Getty Images

Photo: Scott Legato/Getty Images

Photo: NatalieC

Photo: Scott Legato/Getty Images

Boots & Hearts Country Music Festival
Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
Bowansville, Ontario (Canada)
11 August 2012

Sheryl Crow on Johnny Cash and “Redemption Day”

Sheryl Crow will forever be grateful for a rare and coveted honor on her résumé: Johnny Cash recorded one of her songs. The lauded tunesmith got the call from Johnny’s son-in-law, saying that the country icon wanted to record Sheryl’s anti-war song, “Redemption Day.” Johnny recorded his haunting version of the song just three months before he passed away. It is featured on his posthumous album, American VI: Ain’t No Grave.”The conversation, as it unwound, was him really earnestly wanting to know what the song was about and why I had written it,” Sheryl recalls of the conversation that would forever change her career. “If he was going to sing a song, in order for him to embody that song, he wanted to know exactly what the intention of it was. I think that’s one of the reasons that when we hear him, we believe him.”

BURP!

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