"More inspired duetting-- this time with Mary Chapin Carpenter & Emmylou Harris-- for this Johnny Cash tribute. The album had potential to be a lot better, but Sheryl's track, "Flesh & Blood," is a standout."
"This album was recorded from a televised concert called "Willie Nelson & Friends," which was to promote his album "The Great Divide" (also featuring Sheryl... see the first part of this list!). Sheryl kicks off the album, joining Willie for a so-so rendition of his classic "Whiskey River," but appears later in the much, much better "For What It's Worth" (a Buffalo Springfield cover)."
"Sheryl appears with Mick Jagger on a bonus reprise of "Old Habits Die Hard." The original version (just Mick) won a Golden Globe, but disappointingly failed to receive an Oscar nomination. Great tune though. And a great soundtrack. Does justice (at least musically-speaking) to the original film, with its now-classic theme."
"Sheryl penned a ballad ("Try Not To Remember") for this film about soldiers coming home from their tour in Iraq. Sappy, but at times heartfelt. I like the chorus. It was nominated for a Golden Globe, too."
"Sheryl duets with Willie Nelson (AGAIN!) on the classic "If I Were A Carpenter" for this fine tribute album to June Carter Cash. This was never one of my favorite Cash/Carter songs, but Sheryl & Willie do it justice."
"The people who brought us "March of the Penguins" continue to coast off the bizarre success of that film with a new documentary... which has a soundtrack... which boasts a pretty good line-up... but has a recycled B-side by Sheryl Crow from way back ("Keep On Growing")."
"Sheryl lends her voice to this mega all-star charity single to raise money for breast cancer. She trades verses along such stars as Mariah Carey, Beyonce, Mary J. Blige, Rihanna, Fergie, Miley Cyrus, Melissa Etheridge, Ashanti, Natasha Bedingfield, Keyshia Cole, Ciara, Leona Lewis, LeAnn Rimes & Carrie Underwood"
"Sheryl contributed a track from her Detours album ("Out of Our Heads") to this fundraising album for the Obama campaign. Some tracks are interspersed with Obama's speech excerpts (though not Sheryl's)."
"You'll find Sheryl's cover of the Who's "Behind Blue Eyes" on the second volume soundtrack to Showtime's hit show "Californication." (It was previously released on the Who tribute album, Substitute.)"
"Sheryl & Jon Brion team up with Jerry Lee Lewis to contribute vocals on the track "You Are My Sunshine." It's another album full of covers, but it's still nice to have the Killer putting out new material."
"I have to admit, the song Sheryl duets on ("Need A Little Love") is pretty darn catchy. I'll give Miley Cyrus that. But I still refuse to watch the Hannah Montana movie, so I don't really know if Sheryl appears in the film."
"Sheryl & Miranda Lambert join Loretta Lynn for a rendition of the iconic "Coal Miner's Daughter" for this tribute album to Loretta. Sheryl sounds fantastic. I love her country twang on this track. Should be a good one. Though this really makes me want Sheryl to put out that bona fide country album she's been promising us!"
"Sheryl adds vocals to the track "Collide" on her on-again-off-again love interest, Kid Rock's latest album. It's pretty good-- a little more upbeat than their last collaboration. And Bob Seeger plays piano on this track too!"
"Another Hank Williams project. This time it's "The Lost Notebooks," an album based on the discovery of unfinished Hank Williams lyrics. Bob Dylan spearheaded the project, writing most of the music to the "lost" lyrics & Sheryl is one of the artists he recruited to record these songs. Her contribution is called "Angel Mine.""
"To celebrate its 25th anniversary, a CD was compiled featuring many of the great performances throughout the years at Neil Young's annual Bridge School Benefit concerts in Mountain View, California. Sheryl (who has performed twice) is represented here with a performance of "The Difficult Kind" from 1999."