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This article is about the Sheryl Crow album. For other uses, see C'mon (disambiguation) and Come On Come On (disambiguation).
C'mon, C'mon
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Studio album by Sheryl Crow
Released April 8, 2002 (2002-04-08) (UK)
April 16, 2002 (2002-04-16) (United States)
Recorded 2001-02
Studio Clinton Recording and Avatar Studios, New York City
Sunset Sound
The Sound Factory
The Living Room
Henson Recording Studios, Los Angeles
Ocean Way Studios
Emerald Studios, Nashville, TN
Black Apple Studios, Portland, Oregon
Funny Bunny Studios, London,
Genre Rock, pop rock, folk rock
Length 56:41
Label A&M
Producer Sheryl Crow, John Shanks, Jeff Trott
Sheryl Crow chronology
Sheryl Crow and Friends: Live from Central Park
(1999)
C'mon, C'mon
(2002)
The Very Best of Sheryl Crow
(2003)
Singles from C'mon, C'mon
  1. "Soak Up the Sun"
    Released: March 25, 2002
  2. "Steve McQueen"
    Released: June 20, 2002
  3. "C'mon, C'mon"
    Released: 2002
  4. "It's So Easy"
    Released: 2002

C'mon, C'mon is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow, released on April 8, 2002 in the United Kingdom and April 16, 2002 in the United States. Lead single "Soak Up the Sun" peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart and No. 17 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming one of her biggest hits since "All I Wanna Do". The album was arguably her most pop-influenced to date, a big departure from the folk and experimental influences on her previous release, Globe Sessions.

C'mon, C'mon debuted at No. 2 on the UK Album Chart and on the Billboard 200, with first-week sales of 185,000 copies in the United States.[1] The album has been certified Platinum in the U.S. and Japan, selling 2.1 million units in the U.S. as of January 2008.[2] The album is dedicated to Crow's former boyfriend Owen Wilson and is an account of their relationship.[3]

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Source Rating
Metacritic 63/100 [4]
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[5]
Blender 4/5 stars[6]
Chicago Tribune (Not Favorable)[7]
The Daily Vault A[8]
Entertainment Weekly B+[9]
entertainment.ie 3/5 stars[10]
Houston Chronicle C[11]
Los Angeles Times 3/4 stars[12]
Robert Christgau C+[13]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[14]
Slant Magazine 3/5 stars[15]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Steve McQueen" Sheryl Crow, John Shanks 3:25
2. "Soak Up the Sun" (featuring Liz Phair) Crow, Jeff Trott 4:52
3. "You're an Original" (featuring Lenny Kravitz) Crow, Trott 4:18
4. "Safe and Sound" Crow 4:32
5. "C'mon, C'mon" (featuring Stevie Nicks) Crow 4:45
6. "It's So Easy" (featuring Don Henley) Crow, Kathryn Crow 3:24
7. "Over You" Crow 4:38
8. "Lucky Kid" Crow, Trott 4:02
9. "Diamond Road" (featuring Stevie Nicks) Crow, Marti Frederiksen 4:09
10. "It's Only Love" (featuring Gwyneth Paltrow) Crow 5:05
11. "Abilene" (featuring Natalie Maines) Crow, Trott 4:05
12. "Hole in My Pocket" Crow, Peter Stroud 4:37
13. "Weather Channel" (featuring Emmylou Harris) Crow 4:40

Music videos[edit]

  • "Steve McQueen"
  • "Soak up the Sun"
  • "Safe and Sound (live)"

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Producers: Sheryl Crow except tracks 2 and 3 produced by Sheryl Crow & Jeff Trott and track 1 by Sheryl Crow & John Shanks
  • Executive Producer: Scooter Weintraub
  • Engineers: Dean Baskerville, Monique Mizrahi, Thom Panunzio, Ross Petersen, Chris Reynolds, John Saylor, Brian Scheuble, Christopher Shaw, Trina Shoemaker, Keith Shortreed, Peter Stroud, Eric Tew, Mark Valentine
  • Mixing: Jack Joseph Puig (tracks 1,3,4,6), Steve Sisco (mixing assistant), Andy Wallace (tracks 2,5,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15), Joe Zook (mixing assistant)
  • Mastering: Howie Weinberg
  • Sampling: John Shanks
  • Digital editing: Roger Lian
  • Production coordination: Chris Hudson, Pam Wertheimer
  • Art direction: Jeri Heiden
  • Design: Jeri Heiden, Glen Nakasako
  • Photography: Sheryl Nields

Accolades[edit]

Grammys

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2003 C'mon, C'mon Best Rock Album[16] Nominated
"Steve McQueen" Best Female Rock Vocal Performance[17] Won
"Soak Up the Sun" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance[16] Nominated
"It's So Easy" (Duet with Don Henley) Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals[16] Nominated

American Music Awards

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2003 Sheryl Crow (performer) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist[18] Won

Charts[edit]

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