Sheryl Crow- The Globe Sessions
United States- Sheryl Crow has returned in late 1998 with the album “The Globe Sessions” which followed the success of “Tuesday Night Music Club” and “Sheryl Crow”. The album has gone to number 5 in the country with 2x platinum certifications by RIAA. Three songs were released as a single but nothing went to top 10. She at least scored a top 40 hit with the one listed below:
My Favorite Mistake- #20
Despite just a single charted inside the top 40 with “My Favorite Mistake”, Sheryl Crow reached number 49 with “Anything But Down”.
United Kingdom- Sheryl Crow has achieved something even bigger with her album “The Globe Sessions” in United Kingdom. The album has gone to number 2, higher than the number 8 album “Tuesday Night Music Club” and the number 5 “Sheryl Crow”. “The Globe Sessions” went platinum by BPI. The album has released three singles with the following has gone to the top 10:
My Favorite Mistake- #9
It’s just “My Favorite Mistake” had went to the top 10, but the album had two top 40 hits with the songs:
There Goes the Neighborhood- #19
Anything but Down- #19
Both songs “There Goes the Neighborhood” and “Anything but Down” went not just inside the top 40, rather at the top 20 and number 19.
Sheryl Crow- C’mon, C’mon
United States- After years, Sheryl Crow came back with this album “C’mon, C’mon”. It suddenly became her highest peaking album in the US when it settled at number 2 with 2x platinum RIAA certifications. No single went to top 10 too, but had a top 40 hit in this song:
Soak Up the Sun- #17
The song “Soak Up the Sun” was the biggest hit from the album peaking at number 17. Another single charted which was “Steve McQueen”, but only peaked at number 88.
United Kingdom- Sheryl Crow scored her second number 2 album in the UK with “C’mon, C’mon” which was next “The Globe Sessions”. However, for the first time, she never had a top 10 hit from her album. It had top 40 hit with:
Soak Up the Sun- #16
So, “Soak Up the Sun” peaked a little higher in UK than US at number 16. The second single “Steve McQueen” only peaked at number 44.
I had chosen “Soak Up the Sun” to share not just being her biggest hit for “C’mon, C’mon”, rather it sounds like a carefree song, and a good song to play during summer.
Credits: Billboard / OCC / Wikipedia
Albums by: Sheryl Crow
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