Field Day (Marshall Crenshaw album)
|Studio album by Marshall Crenshaw|
October 25, 2005 (Reissue)
|Recorded||Record Plant in NYC in February 1983|
Wounded Bird (Reissue)
|Marshall Crenshaw chronology|
|Encyclopedia of Popular Music|||
Field Day is the second album by Detroit-born musician Marshall Crenshaw. It includes his hit single, "Whenever You're on My Mind", which was aided by a popular early MTV music video and reached No. 23 on Billboard's Rock Tracks Chart.
Shortly after the release of Field Day, Marshall released an EP in the UK with five songs, four of which were remixes of the Steve Lillywhite produced songs on the album and one which was a live tune. Critic Robert Christgau gave it a perfect rating: A+.
Track listing for Field Day
All songs written by Marshall Crenshaw, except where noted.
- "Whenever You're on My Mind" (Crenshaw, Bill Teeley) - 3:19
- "Our Town" - 4:13
- "One More Reason" - 3:36
- "Try" - 3:10
- "One Day With You" - 5:01
- "For Her Love" - 3:02
- "Monday Morning Rock" (Crenshaw, David Weiss) - 3:34
- "All I Know Right Now" - 3:52
- "What Time Is It?" (Bob Feldman, Richard Gottehrer, Jerry Goldstein) - 2:53
- "Hold It" - 3:45
- "Our Town"
- "For Her Love"
- "Monday Morning Rock"
- "Little Sister" (Live)
- "For Her Love" (Extended Mix)
"Our Town," "For Her Love" and Monday Morning Rock" were mixed and edited by John Luongo and engineered by Jay Mark and Michael Hutchinson.
"Little Sister" was originally recorded for The King Biscuit Flower Power Hour by D.I.R. Broadcasting from a live performance at Ripley's Music Hall on December 2, 1983. It was mixed by Marshal Crenshaw and Jim Ball.
Mastering by: Greg Calbi and Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound N.Y.C.
- Marshall Crenshaw - lead guitar, vocals
- Chris Donato – bass guitar
- Robert Crenshaw – drums
- Mike Osborn - percussion
- Tom Teely - background vocals
- Bob Miller - background vocals
- John Crenshaw - background vocals
- Field Day (Marshall Crenshaw album) at AllMusic
- Puterbaugh, Parke. "Field Day", Rolling Stone, June 23, 1983, p. 58.
- Christgau, Robert. "Marshall Crenshaw". Robert Christgau. Retrieved 4 May 2011.
- Larkin, Colin (1999). The Virgin Encyclopedia Of Popular Music, Concise 3rd Edition, p. 323. Virgin Books, London. ISBN 1-85227-832-3
- Jump up ^ http://www.musicvf.com/songs.php?page=artist&artist=Marshall+Crenshaw&tab=songaswriterchartstab
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