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Marshall Crenshaw is the debut studio album by American musician Marshall Crenshaw. It was released on April 28, 1982 by Warner Bros. Crenshaw, a performer in the musical Beatlemania, had begun to write songs for the album while staying in New York. The album was recorded with his backing band and producer Richard Gottehrer in a style Crenshaw felt was "sterile".
Marshall Crenshaw is the debut studio album by American musician Marshall Crenshaw. It features his breakthrough hit, "Someday, Someway", which reached No. 36 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the summer of 1982, as well as No. 31 on the Cash Box singles chart. The album spent over six months on the Billboard chart, peaking at No. 50, and eventually sold close to 400,000 copies in the United States. Rolling Stone included the album in their list of "The 100 Best Albums of the Eighties", coming in at No. 7. .
Hailing from music-rich Detroit but based in new wave mecca New York City, Crenshaw looked like Buddy Holly by way of Elvis Costello, and sounded like that combination too. His short, simple songs had an obvious lineage, but Crenshaw further updated the sound and added a lightly sardonic tone à la Costello, giving it a smart-alecky New York edge.
Marshall Crenshaw – Marshall Crenshaw. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Winchester Pressing. Country: US. Released: 1982. Unfortunately this album sounds extremely dated in 2013, but its quality can't be denied. It's a solid performance. Fans of Elvis Costello will appreciate this. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
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1983 studio album by Marshall Crenshaw. Crenshaw selected British producer Steve Lillywhite to produce Field Day rather than Richard Gottehrer, the producer for his debut album; "What Time Is It?," a song co-written by Gottehrer, was included on the album as a gesture of good will. Crenshaw explained his choice of Lillywhite in an interview, saying, "I was the one who brought Steve Lillywhite into the whole thing.