Steve McQueen (song)

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"Steve McQueen"
Single by Sheryl Crow
from the album C'mon C'mon
Released 20 June 2002
Format Maxi-CD, download
Recorded 2001-2002
Genre Rock, rock and roll
Length 3:25
Label A&M
Writer(s) Sheryl Crow, John Shanks
Producer(s) Sheryl Crow, John Shanks
Sheryl Crow singles chronology
"Soak Up the Sun"
(2002)
"Steve McQueen"
(2002)
"C'mon C'mon"
(2003)

"Steve McQueen" is a song by American singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow, and is the lead track on her 2002 album, C'mon C'mon. It was released as the second single from the album, following "Soak Up the Sun" (see 2002 in music). Like "Soak Up the Sun", the video was directed by Wayne Isham. It includes Sheryl racing around in various vehicles, recreating scenes from Steve McQueen movies. "Steve McQueen" reached #88 on the Billboard Hot 100. However the song become a dance hit peaking at 11# in Billboard Hot Dance Club Play. It was also a successful on the Triple A chart reaching No2 on 2002-09-27.

Still, the song managed to win a Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance. She had won the award three times before for "If It Makes You Happy", "There Goes the Neighborhood" and "Sweet Child o' Mine".

Blake Shelton and The Voice (U.S. season 3) winner Cassadee Pope performed this song in the finale.

Track listing[edit]

Cat. No. 497 732-2:

  1. "Steve McQueen" - Album Version
  2. "The Difficult Kind" - Live From Abbey Road Studios
  3. "If It Makes You Happy" - Live From Abbey Road Studios
  4. "Soak Up The Sun" - Video

Cat. No. 497 742-2:

  1. "Steve McQueen"
  2. "If It Makes You Happy" - Live From Abbey Road Studios
  3. "My Favorite Mistake" - Live From Abbey Road Studios

Remixes[edit]

Album Version, Ultimix, & Ultimix Pt. 2