Sheryl Crow Showtime Documentary, ‘Sheryl,’ and Accompanying 35-Song Soundtrack: Available Now

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Today, May 6, brings with it two big releases for nine-time Grammy winner Sheryl Crow — first, the Showtime premiere of a new documentary film about her life and career, Sheryl, which is available to watch on the cable service/streaming platform.

Concurrent to the documentary premiere is its soundtrack album, Sheryl: Music from the Feature Documentary, which includes 35 tracks from throughout her recording career, from hits, classics and fan favorites to deep cuts and some new material, such as the song “Forever”:

“Seeing life through my children’s eyes as it’s happening and wrapped around glimpses into the past fills me with gratitude,” said Sheryl Crow of the new song and video, which was co-written by Jeff Trott. “That contemplation of myself and observation of the world around has driven how I write. ‘Forever’ is really a song about cherishing deep connections while you can and truly being present.”

Click here to pick up Sheryl: Music from the Feature Documentary on CD from our Rock Cellar Store

The full track listing:

If It Makes You Happy
Leaving Las Vegas
All I Wanna Do
What Can I Do For You
Run, Baby, Run
Hard To Make A Stand
Sweet Rosalyn
A Change Would Do You Good
Love Is A Good Thing
Strong Enough
Can’t Cry Anymore
Everyday Is A Winding Road
Redemption Day
The Difficult Kind (Live with Sarah McLachlan)
I Shall Believe
Real Gone (Live)
My Favorite Mistake
Crash And Burn
Steve McQueen
Soak Up The Sun
Out Of Our Heads
Be Myself
Prove You Wrong (feat. Stevie Nicks & Maren Morris)
Tell Me When It’s Over (feat. Chris Stapleton)
Beware of Darkness (feat. Brandi Carlile, Eric Clapton, and Sting)
The Worst (feat. Keith Richards)
Story of Everything (feat. Gary Clark Jr., Chuck D, Andra Day)
Everything Is Broken (Live with Jason Isbell at The Ryman)
Redemption Day (with Johnny Cash)
Still The Same
Live With Me

As for the documentary itself:

The Amy Scott-directed film, Sheryl, is an intimate story that navigates an iconic yet arduous musical career while the artist battles sexism, ageism, depression, cancer, and the price of fame, before harnessing the power of her gift. Crow has been feted by a new generation of singer-songwriters who have covered her songs and talked about her influence, including Phoebe Bridgers, H.E.R, Haim, Maren Morris, Lorde, Sasami, Best Coast, and Brandi Carlile.

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