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Jaggedland

Marshall Crenshaw

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Since his emergence at the onset of the ‘80s, Marshall Crenshaw has always been a solid, understated pop songwriter and performer. His hooks have been strong but his lack of pretension or any semblance of rock ‘n’ roll attitude has allowed his music to be overlooked. Now an industry veteran, Crenshaw quietly goes about his business crafting songs that rely on little moments that recall touchstones of earlier rock ‘n’ roll eras without ever turning himself into a “retro” act. “Passing Through” evokes a lonely ‘60’s-styled ballad channeled through the ‘70s-‘80’ s “new wave” filter that Crenshaw found himself sifted through back in his heyday. The MC5’s Wayne Kramer adds an extra electric edge to the bluesy “Stormy River” and session drummer extraordinaire Jim Keltner provides his usual steady, unstoppable muscle to the rhythm section throughout. Crenshaw does sound a bit more melancholy — the advancing years have tried his inner teenager to the point where he can’t hide behind an ebullient melody like he used to — though “Long Hard Road” breaks past the clouds for some pop sunshine.

Customer Reviews

Best album in years!!

Marshall at his finest here. Check out Right on Time, Live and Learn and the bonus track Donna the Prima Donna.

He's back!

It's been way too long since the last new Marshall Crenshaw - and I'm happy to hear his songwriting and performing skills are as good as ever. If 'Live and Learn' isn't the new 'Mary Ann' I'll eat my shoe - great new record from a master!

Legendary!

Marshall Crenshaw's new album is truly amazing! Every song is brilliantly written and performed and he stays true to his roots! A Must Have!!!!!!

Biography

Born: November 11, 1953 in Detroit, MI

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The pop-minded singer/songwriter Marshall Crenshaw built up an impressive body of work over the course of his career, showing a fine craft for everything he approached while stubbornly following his own creative muse to reach that end. To call Crenshaw's career "interesting" would be putting things mildly. He starred in several movies and portrayed John Lennon in the road-show version of Beatlemania. His songs were featured on several film soundtracks and covered by such diverse artists as Robert...
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