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".
Miracle of Science is the seventh studio album by singer/songwriter Marshall Crenshaw and his first studio effort for the indie imprint Razor & Tie. Crenshaw elected for the first time to solely produce the album and play most of the instruments. All songs written by Marshall Crenshaw, except where noted. What Do You Dream Of?" – 3:28. Who Stole That Train" (Hy Heath) – 3:32. Twenty-Five Forty-One" (Grant Hart) – 3:22.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Miracle Of Science (1996) by Marshall Crenshaw. Album starts at BPM, ends at 122BPM (+122), with tempos within the 76-148BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Marshall Crenshaw. What's in the Bag? 2003. The Best of Marshall Crenshaw: This Is Easy.
Crenshaw's first studio effort for the indie Razor & Tie imprint also marks a return to his earlier, stripped-down approach of his debut album. Playing most of the instruments himself (including drums), there's a far more organic feel to the tunes presented here than his last major-label efforts
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. 72. Track listing. A Miracle of Science is a science fiction webcomic written by Jon Kilgannon, with art by Mark Sachs.
Features Song Lyrics for Marshall Crenshaw's Miracle of Science album. Marshall Crenshaw - Miracle of Science Album Lyrics. 1. The "In" Crowd Lyrics. Track listing - All songs written by Marshall. Liv. y Truck Is My Home is a live album by singer/songwriter Marshall Crenshaw including performances from 1982 to 1994. Track listing - All songs written by Marshall Crenshaw, except where noted. The 9 Volt Years is a compilation of early recordings by Marshall Crenshaw.
Includes a fold-out mini-info. insert to place in the jewel-case in front of the main booklet. The mini-insert features a b&w photo of the artist with the same background artwork as the booklet, for effect. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat. Miracle of Science (1996). Someday, Someway Whenever You're on My Mind Robert Crenshaw Marshall Crenshaw (album) La Bamba (film). y Truck Is My Home. Marshall Crenshaw Knowing Me, Knowing You Robert Crenshaw Miracle of Science (album) Life's Too Short (album).
|2||What Do You Dream Of?|
|3||Who Stole That Train|
|6||Starless Summer Sky|
|7||Only An Hour Ago|
|8||A Wondrous Place|
|9||The "In" Crowd|
|10||Theme From "Flaregun"|
|11||Seven Miles An Hour|
|12||There And Back Again|
|13||Don't Forget About Me|
|14||What I Didn't Want To Do|
- Producer – Marshall Crenshaw
NotesIncludes a fold-out mini-info. insert to place in the jewel-case in front of the main booklet.
The mini-insert features a b&w photo of the artist with the same background artwork as the booklet, for effect.
|RT 2823-2||Marshall Crenshaw||Miracle Of Science (CD, Album, Hol)||Razor & Tie||RT 2823-2||US||1996|
|GRACD231||Marshall Crenshaw||Miracle Of Science (CD, Album)||The Grapevine Label||GRACD231||UK & Europe||1996|