To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Sheryl Crow‘s seven-times Platinum-selling album, Tuesday Night Music Club, A&M/UMe will release the mastered version on vinyl in two different appearances.
The 1993 album will be pressed in a 140-gram black version, as well as a special edition 140-gram sea blue vinyl featuring white marbling for the first time since the album’s release. The project will also include newly mastered vinyl tracks by Bernie Grundman, complimenting Mills Logan‘s Dolby Atmos mix that was released earlier this year.
Tuesday Night Music Club served as Crow’s major label debut album. The project brought in three Grammy Awards upon its release, with Crow being honored with Best New Artist, Record of the Year (“All I Wanna Do”) and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance (“All I Wanna Do”). With production credits to Bill Bottrell, the album brought Crow into music stardom where she was praised for her songwriting and vocal ability. Tuesday Night Music Club peaked at No. 3 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and reached top 10 placements in multiple international categories.
The two 30th-anniversary vinyl LPs will be available Friday, Dec. 1, almost a month after Crow’s induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Sheryl Crow’s Tuesday Night Music Club – 30th Anniversary Edition Track List:
Run, Baby, Run
Leaving Las Vegas
Can’t Cry Anymore
The Na-Na Song
No One Said It Would Be Easy
What I Can Do For You
All I Wanna Do
We Do What We Can
I Shall Believe
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