Marshall Crenshaw Thank You, Rock Fans!! Numbered Limited Edition 180g LP
Strict One Time Pressing! Very Limited Quantities!
Only 1182 Pressed Worldwide - Order Now Or Miss Out!
Numbered, Limited Edition 180g Vinyl LP Pressed At Record Industry!
Unreleased recordings found in the Warner Music vaults from a live
performance at the Keystone in San Francisco, CA, during his 1982 tour!
With roots in classic Soul, British Invasion and Rockabilly, Detroit native
Marshall Crenshaw has forged a very original and melodic form of crafting songs
over the past 35 plus years in the music business. In the early days, Marshall
was compared to Buddy Holly often, due in part to his portrayal of the doomed
rock icon in the 1987 film, La Bamba. "Although he was seen as a latter-day
Buddy Holly at the outset, He soon proved too talented and original to be anyone
but himself"— The Trouser Press.
Marshall launched his original trio in New York with his brother Robert on drums
and Chris Donato on bass, recording Something’s Gonna Happen for Alan Betrock's
Shake Records in 1981. Soon afterwards, the trio was signed to Warner Bros.
Records and his debut album, simply titled Marshall Crenshaw, was released in
1982 and included his biggest hit, "Someday Someway." Crenshaw’s own version
made #36 in 82. It would be Marshall’s only solo Billboard Top 40 Pop hit. On
the Cash Box magazine chart, the song went to #31 and reached #25 on Billboard’s
Despite his 4 subsequent WB studio albums not including hits, Marshall continued
to record in the 1990s and 2000s, as well as write and record with other artists
including Gin Blossoms ("‘Til I Hear From You") and the reunited MC5. He penned
the title track from the 2007 film Walk Hard starring John C. Reilly, with the
song being nominated for a Golden Globe Award. In 2011, he began hosting a radio
show called The Bottomless Pit on WFUV in New York, featuring his vast
collection of music.
Although Marshall has released many live albums throughout his career, this
newly discovered unreleased performance found in Warner Music’s vault was
recorded while he was touring in support of his debut release in 1982 and
includes several songs seeing their first release on any format.
• Strict One Time Pressing based on preorders received
• Only 1182 pressed worldwide
• Numbered, Limited Edition
• 180g Vinyl
• Pressed at Record Industry
• Tip-on Stoughton sleeve
• 11" x 11" insert
• Audio sourced from the original master reels
• Mixed by Chris Stamey
• Mastered for vinyl by Jeff Powell at Take Out Vinyl, Memphis, TN & Pete Weiss
at Verdant Studio, Athens, VT
• Lacquers cut at Sam Phillips Recording Service in Memphis
• Liner notes by Marshall Crenshaw
Marshall Crenshaw, lead vocals, guitar
Chris Donato, bass, vocals
Robert Crenshaw, drums, vocals
1. Introduction / Brand New Lover
2. I'll Do Anything
3. There She Goes Again
4. Move It
5. Mary Anne
6. Rockin' Around N.Y.C.
1. Soldier Of Love
3. Someday Someway
4. Gotta Lotta Livin' To Do
5. Something's Gonna Happen
6. Usual Thing
7. She Can't Dance