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Sheryl Crow — Gold Dust Woman (w/ Stevie Nicks)
Album: Live From Central Park
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Released: 1999
Length: 4:16
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I would very like to hear this song on RP Station ...if possible still this year please….-   ** 7 **




Originally Posted by ediTed: Any chance of playing some of her album with Lindsey called (appropriately enuf) Buckingham Nicks? It's an incredible collaberation.
Frozen Love is one of my favorite songs from that album! And what about that album cover? :eek:
Originally Posted by bethcon: Stevie Nicks is truly an amazing songwriter. Her lyrics are magical/mystical and meaningful to me. Lindsey Buckingham's music is the perfect conduit for her poetry. Sheryl Crow added her strength to this version and I like the result. Thanks.
Any chance of playing some of her album with Lindsey called (appropriately enuf) Buckingham Nicks? It's an incredible collaberation.
Stevie Nicks is truly an amazing songwriter. Her lyrics are magical/mystical and meaningful to me. Lindsey Buckingham\'s music is the perfect conduit for her poetry. Sheryl Crow added her strength to this version and I like the result. Thanks.
Originally Posted by eric: Stevie Nicks should be put out of her misery.
Thank you.
Way good stuff. Me like!
i like both singers and this version.
This whole CD is fantastic. I am a huge Stevie fan and I think here and Sheryl pair well together.
This is a great song on a great album. I don\'t care, I think Sheryl Crow is great, live or in the studio. And indeed, Stevie nicks dominates this song, as she should. She definitely still has it.
Stevie Nicks should be put out of her misery.
First time I ever really listened to the lyrics.... God, is this depressing! Nice tune, though.
Bummer. This song ended a pretty good stream of tunes. :cry:
WOW Great version..... Stevie seems to be doing alot of these songs....
A cover that stays loyal to the Fleetwood Mac original. I generally prefer my Sheryl Crow on the album — her voice is too weak to do anything for me live. Fortunately, Nicks dominates this song. :wave: