“Over the past few years I've been lucky to be able to curate and re-release some of the albums I've made. There are more on the way; right now we have THESE:”
40TH ANNIVERSARY OF MARSHALL CRENSHAW: EXPANDED EDITION ON YEP ROC RECORDS!
Marshall Crenshaw’s self-titled album has been called one of the greatest albums of the 1980s by Rolling Stone, SPIN, Mojo, Paste and others. It includes his breakthrough hit, “Someday, Someway” and many other classic pop rock songs. Remastered by Greg Calbi, this 40th anniversary reissue includes the original album with SEVEN BONUS TRACKS (including five previously unreleased songs)
40TH ANNIVERSARY OF FIELD DAY: EXPANDED EDITION ON YEP ROC RECORDS!
The expanded CD and LP 40th anniversary edition features previously unreleased bonus tracks and recently discovered behind the scenes photos. Remastered by Greg Calbi, the reissue also features Crenshaw-penned liner notes and an exclusive interview about the album. “[It] was by far the most fun to make. It really occupies a zone of its own and has a special place in my heart”.
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.
Reissue of this 1999 album from the veteran singer/songwriter. This fine album finds Crenshaw moving through middle age with grace and ease. Eschewing punched-up radio friendly mixing and mastering, this set embraces a warm sonic middle. #447 is full of a rich, woody resonance-in fact there's a string bass on many of the songs.