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American musician, singer, songwriter, and actress. Wikipedia

  • Sheryl Crow discography

    American singer-songwriter, consists of 11 studio albums, three live albums, one live EP, six compilation albums, one box set, 45 singles, six promotional singles, 13 video albums, 57 music videos, 21 B-sides and 19 soundtrack contributions. She has sold over 50 million albums worldwide. Wikipedia

  • American singer-songwriter. She has released nine studio albums: Tuesday Night Music Club (1993), Sheryl Crow (1996), The Globe Sessions (1998), C'mon C'mon (2002), Wildflower (2005), Detours (2008), Home for Christmas (2008), 100 Miles from Memphis (2010) and Feels Like Home (2013). Wikipedia

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    Second greatest hits album by American singer/songwriter Sheryl Crow, released on November 12, 2007 in Europe. Released as single disc and a limited edition two-disc version. Wikipedia

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  • Sheryl Crow (album)

    Second studio album by American singer Sheryl Crow, released on September 24, 1996 by A&M Records. Written by a casual collective formed by Crow and several other musicians, Sheryl Crow was entirely produced by Crow, who wrote most of the songs alone or with only one collaborator. Wikipedia

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