Marshall Crenshaw - Marshall Crenshaw (CD, Album)

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  1. Marshall Crenshaw brings back the loveliness of 50's rock & roll with the pop rock of the 80's and he does it extremely well. Each song on this album is a rock & roll gem, with very good lyrics, Marshall's trademark voice and a great hook. Soem of the songs are a little cheesy (especially "Girls "), but the pros far outweigh the cons/5(92).
  2. The result is Marshall Crenshaw, a collection of 11 original songs along with a reworking of the Arthur Alexander perennial “Soldier Of Love.” An innovative and entertaining showcase for Marshall Crenshaw’s vocal, instrumental, arranging and songwriting skills, the album features such standout cuts as “She Can’t Dance,” “Cynical.
  3. Jan 17,  · The first release of "Field Day" on compact disc was Warner Brothers in spring of Not listed here as of 1/17/ Was working in Tracks at that time (the former great Record Bar), and bought F.D. and Downtown which also had its' initial cd release the same day/5().
  4. To those who felt Marshall Crenshaw's eponymous debut album heralded him as the Great White Hope of the post-Beatles generation. Field Day. will disappoint, though not dash, those expectations. For despite the fact that Crenshaw's gift for song craft is still gloriously evident on his second album, the songs themselves tend to suffer from a dogmatically European production approach and lose their .
  5. Marshall Crenshaw is yet another one of those pop craftsmen who's content being a critic's darling. The bespectacled Crenshaw draws not unwarranted comparisons to Elvis Costello. Both came to prominence in the '80s with guns blazing refurbished '50s and '60s rock 'n' roll smarts and a lively countenance (in contrast to the dinosaur dust of '70s.
  6. Jan 17,  · Physically speaking, Marshall Crenshaw's "Miracle of Science" is one of the coolest-designed albums in the CD era of pop music. Think of the CD equivalent of Split Enz's "True Colours" LP: a clever (if small) folding, face-changing cover and a disc with an intricate holographic pattern on the upside. Musically, it's pretty cool, too/5(12).
  7. Marshall Crenshaw is the debut studio album by American musician Marshall Crenshaw. It was released on April 28, by Warner Bros. Records. Crenshaw, a performer in the musical Beatlemania, had begun to write songs for the album while staying in New Rock, power pop.
  8. Like Marshall Crenshaw, the majority of Field Day deals with time-honored themes of loves lost and found, albeit from a slightly less innocent viewpoint, much like the lyrical growth of the Beatles in late , early , or Buddy Holly's "True Love Ways" and "Learning the Game." Previously, he would move on and "find someone better" or "feel.

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