Marshall Crenshaw - 1985-03-02 - Utica, NY (HQ Audience)

Marshall Crenshaw
Mohawk Valley Community College
Utica, NY
HQ Audience Recording
320 kbps
Artwork Included

01. For Her Love (cuts in)
02. Our Town
03. Little Sister
04. There She Goes Again
05. Shake Up Their Minds
06. Soldier of Love
07. One More Reason
08. I'm Alive
09. Reet Petite
10. Mary Anne
11. Monday Morning Rock
12. Whenever You're On My Mind
13. Big Hunk of Love
14. Little Wild One
15. Cynical Girl
16. She Can't Dance
17. Someday Someway (cuts)
18. Girls
19. Endless Sleep
20. Brown Eyed Handsome Man

As I have mentioned in numerous posta, Marshall Crenshaw is not only one of my favorite rockers, but also vastly under rated as a singer and song writer.  His first 2 albums are pop classics.  Despite the critcal acclaim those 2 discs received, however, Crenshaw never achieved mainstream success.  In fact, by 1985, rather than having graduated from clubs to concert halls, he was actually playing even smaller venues.  This HQ audience recording from March 2, 1985, 31 years ago today, captures Crenshaw at Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica, NY!  Madison Square Garden its not!  Maybe that's actually for the best, however, as Crenshaw's musical style seems far better suited for small initimate venues such as the one in this recording. While this 20 song set features some songs from his then just released album Downtown, including Little Wild One and Shake Up Their Minds,  the bulk of the show is comprised of music from his first 2 albums.  If you're not familiar with Crenshaw, then download this show and see why critics have dubbed songs such as Cynical Girl, Whenever You're On My Mind, Someday Someway, and For Her Love as pop classics.  By the way, my thanks to my buddy Laker for finding this wonderful gem of a show for me!

Marshall Crenshaw - 1985-03-02 - Utica, NY (HQ Audience)
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