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8 thoughts on “ Some Hearts - Marshall Crenshaw - Some Hearts / Whatever Way the Wind Blows (Vinyl)

  1. About Some Hearts "Some Hearts" is a song written by Diane Warren. The track was originally written for Belinda Carlisle, who recorded it as a demo for her Heaven on Earth album, but it was not included on the album. It was released as a single by Marshall Crenshaw from his album, Good Evening, but it failed to chart.
  2. Marshall Crenshaw is utterly incapable of recording a bad album. But he is fully capable of recording an average one. And "Good Evening" falls into the latter category. Whatever was left of the WB camp that still liked the guy forced some neutering factors into "Good Evening," and Crenshaw was chafing.
  3. Good Evening, an Album by Marshall Crenshaw. Released in on Warner Bros. (catalog no. 9 ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Rock, Jangle Pop.
  4. Whatever Way the Wind Blows Lyrics: (M. Crenshaw) / From now on I'm gonna do what's right / Been thinking this over for many long nights / And on this decision I'm gonna follow through / Whatever.
  5. Marshall Crenshaw A: Little Wild One (No. 5) B: Like A Vague Memory: Warner Bros. USA: Sep 7" 1: Marshall Crenshaw A: Some Hearts B: Some Hearts: Warner Bros. USA: Promo Only 7" 0: Marshall Crenshaw A: Some Hearts B: Whatever Way The Wind Blows: Warner Bros. USA: 7" 1: Marshall.
  6. Marshall Crenshaw is utterly incapable of recording a bad album. But he is fully capable of recording an average one. And "Good Evening" falls into the latter category. Whatever was left of the WB camp that still liked the guy forced some neutering factors into "Good Evening," and Crenshaw was chafing/5(11).
  7. The album includes the first commercial release of the Diane Warren song "Some Hearts", "Whatever Way the Wind Blows" (Marshall Crenshaw) – "Let Her Dance" (Bobby Fuller) – ; bass on "Whatever Way the Wind Blows" J.D. Maness - steel guitar on "Whatever Way the Wind Blows.
  8. While Marshall Crenshaw's first two releases were self-contained efforts, built around his voice, guitar, and songwriting, and the rhythm section/backing vocals of Chris Donato and brother Robert Crenshaw, his third, Downtown, brought an assortment of studio hands on board without really sacrificing what makes him safftitinadibnoedrumemimpherweistav.coinfoing a return to a scaled-down configuration for the slightly.

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