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Marshall Crenshaw: Jaggedland

Marshall Crenshaw’s "Jaggedland" may be the acclaimed singer-songwriter-guitarist’s best work yet. The recording’s songs are memorable, emotionally observant and musically catchy sketches of the ups and downs of Crenshaw’s life and American society in recent years. Among the notable contributing … Continue reading


Marshall Crenshaw: This Is Easy—The Best of Marshall Crenshaw

Marshall Crenshaw may be one of America’s best pop songwriters. Raised in Detroit, Crenshaw was strongly influenced by the wide range of musical styles prevalent there in the 60’s and 70’s. The self-effacing Crenshaw had a hit with the perennial … Continue reading