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Soldier Of Love - Marshall Crenshaw - Marshall Crenshaw (CD, Album)

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  1. Any record collector had to love a guy who knew enough to cover Arthur Alexander’s “Soldier of Love.” Yet Holly and Costello got away with their essentially nerdy appearance by working against it, always seeming about to break out of the image; Crenshaw, from the art deco cover of his album to his perfectly echoed vocals, seemed to fetishize the look and sound, more a formalist than a stylist.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Los Angeles Pressing Vinyl release of Marshall Crenshaw on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - BSK • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Los Angeles Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Rock & Roll, Power Pop, Pop Rock.
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  4. Marshall Crenshaw. 1. There She Goes Again 2. Someday, Someway 3. Girls 4. I’ll Do Anything 5. Rockin’ Around in N.Y.C. 6. The Usual Thing 7. She Can’t Dance 8. Cynical Girl 9. Mary Anne Soldier of Love (Lay Down Your Arms) Not For Me Brand New Lover.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Marshall Crenshaw on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - P • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Rock & Roll, Power Pop, Pop Rock, New Wave.
  6. Jul 12,  · referencing Marshall Crenshaw, LP, Album, Win, BSK Unfortunately this album sounds extremely dated in , but its quality can't be denied. It's a solid performance/5().
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  8. In that context, it was easy to see Marshall Crenshaw and his self-titled debut album as the Next Big Thing. 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.

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