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How can the Robert Gordon version of "Someday, Someway" be a cover, if it was released before Crenshaw's own version? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 10:12, 18 August 2013 (UTC)
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I did the edit today 11-13-13 that added the Live Album addition of "Live From the Stone Pony (2003) - Six song Bonus Audio Disc from the King Biscuit DVD of the same name." I wasn't logged-in. Sorry. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Albabe (talk • contribs) 23:11, 13 November 2013 (UTC)
Update to include MC's latest recording projects?
Hello there. My apols, but I'm new here. Has anyone thought of updating Crenshaw's article to include his latest recording ventures? I believe the details are available on his website and other sources. As I understand it, Marshall has committed to recording six EPs of three songs each, to be released over a two-year period. Two or three of these EPs are already available. It's a DIY, subscription-only project, allowing Marshall to bypass the record companies. Each release will include a new song, a cover version, and a reworking of an old original (if I understand correctly). I believe an update to his entry is warranted, because his discography does not end with the 2009 "Jaggedland." Thanks for listening to my suggestion.