By Mark Bautz
January 07, 2000 at 05:00 AM EST

Sheryl Crow and Friends/Live From Central Park

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Superstar concerts rarely equal the sum of their parts, and this is no exception. While it’s a treat (or at least novel) to hear Crow, Chrissie Hynde, and the Dixie Chicks trading verses on Dylan’s ”Tombstone Blues,” the best cuts belong to the ”All I Wanna Do” gal when she’s alone with her band. A year of touring has left Crow raw-voiced but musically muscular, which is what saves Central Park from becoming her fans’ favorite mistake. B-

Sheryl Crow and Friends/Live From Central Park

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