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Billboard - August 21, 1998

Nicks & Crow Make 'Magic' Together

Edited by Julie Taraska

Stevie Nicks has contributed two Sheryl Crow-produced songs to the Warner Bros. soundtrack "Practical Magic," due in stores Oct. 6. The featured Nicks tracks are the new song "If You Ever Did Believe" and a rerecorded version of "Crystal." The original "Crystal" featured Nicks' Fleetwood Mac bandmate Lindsey Buckingham on lead vocals; the "Practical Magic" version will have Nicks on lead vocals.

Nicks plans to go back into the studio to record her next solo album, due sometime next year. It will be Nicks' first album under her new deal with Warner Bros. Records after spending her solo career with Modern/Atlantic Records.

MTV News - August 24, 1998

Sheryl Crow, Stevie Nicks Cast Musical Magic For Film

Stevie Nicks and Sheryl Crow collaborated recently to cast a pair of "enchanting" tunes for the upcoming soundtrack for the film "Practical Magic," due in stores on October 6.

Crow produced the two Nicks songs, a new track entitled "If You Ever Did Believe," and a new version of an old Fleetwood Mac number, "Crystal," according to "Billboard."

As we previously reported (see "Sheryl Crow To Star With Dwight Yoakam In 'Minus Man'"), Crow will release her third album, "Riverwide," on September 15, and in the meantime has agreed to make her big-screen acting debut in a film with country singer Dwight Yoakam.

Nicks, who has just finished a summer tour, plans to return to a studio to start work on a new solo album, her first since 1994's "Street Angel."

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