Category Archives: 1999

Polls Results – Favorite Album and Concert Video 1999 & 2007

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1999

ALBUM

1) Sheryl Crow 39%
2) Tuesday Night Music Club 31%
3) The Globe Session 29%

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2007

ALBUM

1) The Globe Session 43.32% (94 votes)
2) Sheryl Crow 27,19% (59 votes)
3) Wildflower 12.90% (28 votes)
4) Tuesday Night Music Club 8.76% (19 votes)
5) C’mon, C’mon 7.83% (17 votes)

Total Votes: 217

CONCERT VIDEO

1) C’Mon America 2003 53.29% (89 votes)
2) Rockin’ the Globe 17.96% (30 votes)
3) Wildflower – live from NY 14.97% (25 votes)
4) Live in London 13.77% (23 votes)

Total votes: 167

“Still” (Studio)



Song written for the soundtrack of the indie mockumentary “Dill Scallion” (1999)

Sheryl Crow – “Straight to the Moon” (Studio)

Well, I noticed this cool little tune was not on YouTube yet, so I decided to put it up!

Based on “Resuscitation”, STTM was written by Sheryl Crow and Jeff Trott and included on the soundtrack of the animated series King of the Hill .

The soundtrack was released on 2 November 1999 by Asylum Records.

[ LYRICS ]

You got lucky
Walking cross a crowded room
The cameras went from wide to zoom
And caught you in the act
Well now, you’ve got something
Something we could really use
If we could get you on the evening news
And spruce up the facts

We’d go straight to the moon
Planting the seeds
And then watching them bloom
But isn’t it strange
What gets thrown up
Comes right back down again

Snuck out the back
With Nancy and the philistines
Quotes from Rolling Stone magazine
Dribble from her mouth
Oh now, please don’t tell me
Let me have this one surprise
If I come back a million years from now
Can I keep my scalp

I go straight to the moon
Planting the seeds
And then watching them bloom
But isn’t it strange
Once it goes out
It comes right back again
Ooh, we go straight through the moon
Turn on the tv and you’re in the cartoons
Ooh, but isn’t it strange
Once it goes out
It comes right back again Your co-conspirators
Open up the secret door
And now the truth is out
What are we gonna do about it

I’m not much on second hand information
Sycophantic recreations
Have been down with the smile
Now I rolled up my sleeves
And took off my good shoes
You can’t get in and get loose
Without getting dirt in your eyes

Ooh, you go straight to the moon
Planting the seeds
And then watching them bloom
Ooh, isn’t it strange
Once it goes up
It comes back down again
Ooh, it’s too much too soon
Turn on the tv and I’m in the cartoons
Ooh, isn’t it strange
What gets thrown up
Comes right back down again

Ooh
Ooh, straight to the moon
Turn on the tv and there’s a cartoon
If it makes you happy

Sheryl Crow @ The Bridge School Benefit – Full Set (30 OCT 1999)

School Bridge Benefit
Shoreline Amphitheater
Mountain View, California (USA)
30 October 1999

 [ Set List ]

1. Everyday is a Winding Road
2. Leaving Las Vegas
3. Riverwide
4. Strong Enough (accordion)
5. Juanita – with Emmylou Harris
6. If It Makes You Happy
7. The Difficult Kind
8. It Don’t Hurt – with Mickey Raphael
9. Home (piano)

 [ Band ]

Sheryl Crow (vocals; guitar)
Tim Smith (bass)
Lorenza Ponce (violin)
Matthew Brubeck (cello)
Mickey Raphael (Harmonica)

Sheryl Crow” – “It Don’t Hurt” Acoustic @ School Bridge Benefit (1999)

“It Don’t Hurt”
School Bridge Benefit
Shoreline Amphitheater
Mountain View, California (USA)
30 October 1999

Sheryl Crow (vocals; guitar)
Tim Smith (bass)
Lorenza Ponce (violin)
Matthew Brubeck (cello)
Mickey Raphael (Harmonica)

Sheryl Crow & Emmylou Harris – “Juanita” (from Session at West 54th)

Sessions At West 54th Presents: A Tribute To Gram Parsons
Sony Music Studios
New York City, New York (USA)
19 September 1999

Eric Clapton & Sheryl Crow – “White Room” (Live from Central Park)

“White Room”
Central Park
New York City, New York, USA
14 September 1999

Eric Clapton – Vocals, electric guitar
Sheryl Crow – Vocals, electric guitar
Tim Smith – bass
Jim Bogios – Drums
Mike Rowe – keyboards
Peter Stroud – electric guitar

Sheryl Crow – Am I Getting Through (Part I & II) – Live from Central Park

“Am I Getting Through? Part I&II”
Central Park
New York City, New York, USA
14 September 1999

:: BAND ::

Sheryl Crow – Vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, bass and harmonica
Tim Smith – Electric guitar, bass and background vocals
Jim Bogios – Drums, background vocals
Mike Rowe – keyboards
Peter Stroud – Acoustic, lead, electric and slide guitars
Matt Brubeck – Cello and bass
Mary Rowell – Violin and acoustic guitar
Ash Sood – Percussion and tambourine

Playful licks


This is one of my favorite pictures of Sheryl.

Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkston, Michigan (USA). Ms. Crow and Ms. McLachlan presented checks at the press conference to the Women’s Justice Center of the Detroit Area. Sheryl licked McLachlan in response to a question about the backstage scene at the Lilith Fair festival. Pic taken on Saturday, August 14, 1999. Credits: Paul Warner/Associated Press

Sheryl Crow on Today Show 1999 Concert Series (Interview + 3 Songs)

“Everyday is a Winding Road”
“The Difficult Kind”
“If It Makes You Happy”

Today Show 1999 Concert Series
Rockefeller Plaza
New York City, New York, NY
6 August 1999
17m 25s

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