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Sheryl Crow covers George Harrison on new live album with guest Brandi Carlile

Valory Music Group

Sheryl Crow has a new album on the way this summer.

Live From the Ryman & More captures some of Crow's best concert performances. Not only do we get to hear songs played at the the legendary Ryman Auditorium, but also the Ace Theater in Los Angeles and the Newport Jazz Festival in Rhode Island, which is where this particular track was recorded. "Beware of Darkness" was featured on George Harrison's All Things Must Pass album and has been part of Sheryl Crow's live set for some time. Crow was joined by special guest Brandi Carlile on this performance.

Live From the Ryman & More is scheduled for release on August 13th and features many other special guests including Jason Isbell, Emmylou Harris, Lucius and Stevie Nicks. Here's the tracklist:

1. Steve McQueen
2. A Change Would Do You Good
3. All I Wanna Do
4. My Favorite Mistake
5. Tell Me When It’s Over
6. Everything Is Broken (featuring Jason Isbell)
7. Can’t Cry Anymore
8. Prove You Wrong (featuring Stevie Nicks, Maren Morris, Waddy Wachtel, Steve Jordan)
9. Run, Baby, Run (featuring Lucius)
10. Don’t (featuring Lucius)
11. Strong Enough (featuring Lucius)
12. Leaving Las Vegas
13. It Don’t Hurt
14. Still The Good Old Days
15. Cross Creek Road
16. Nobody’s Perfect (featuring Emmylou Harris)
17. Home
18. Maybe Angels
19. Real Gone
20. Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You/Na Na Song
21. Beware Of Darkness (featuring Brandi Carlile)
22. The First Cut Is The Deepest
23. Best Of Times
24. If It Makes You Happy
25. Soak Up The Sun
26. Everyday Is A Winding Road
27. I Shall Believe (featuring Lucius)

Mel is the WFPK morning host. Email Mel at mfisher@lpm.org.