The album kicks off with a southern rock song ‘Shotgun’ and has a flare for the outlaw country sound. Moving away from the country pop which is played on radio today, Crow goes back to the classic country sounds of her Texas roots. Songs like ‘We oughta be drinkin’ and ‘Crazy ain’t original’ shows that Crow connects with older country music similar to the 1960’s and 1970’s female country songs which are observant and truthful. Crow touches the side of motherhood with songs like ‘Waterproof mascara’ and ‘Stay at home mother’. Crow also pulls at the heartstrings of listeners with ‘Homecoming queen’.
Crow has a refreshing sound to the current radio play on the country stations and gives listeners a glimpse into the current state of her life. ‘Feels like home’ definitely is home for Sheryl and fans of Crow will be looking forward to additional country music from her.