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MARSHALL CRENSHAW - RECORD ALBUM COVER SIGNED 1983 CO-SIGNED BY: ROBERT CRENSHAW, CHRIS DONATO - HFSID 59221

MARSHALL CRENSHAW Record cover album for the musician's second release, Field Day, signed by him in blue felt tip. Also signed by his brother and drummer, Robert Crenshaw, and bassist Chris Donato.

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MARSHALL CRENSHAW
Record cover album for the musician's second release, Field Day
, signed by him in blue felt tip. Also signed by his brother and drummer, Robert Crenshaw, and bassist Chris Donato. Extremely rare!
Record album cover signed: "Marshall/Crenshaw", "Robert Crenshaw/83", "Chris/Donato", 12½x12½. Album not included. Musician Marshall Crenshaw(b. 1953) is best known for his 1982 hit "Someday, Someway", which hit the Top 40 charts in the United States. Often compared to musician Buddy Holly, Crenshaw got his first break playing John Lennon in in an off-Broadway production of Beatlemania, and soon after recorded his single "Someday, Someway". Musician Robert Gordon took Crenshaw's single and made his own recording, with it reaching #76, but Crenshaw's single was ultimately more successful. From there, he recorded his first album, which was a commercial success. Following albums did not become as popular, but were critically praised, especially his album Field Day. His brother, Robert Crenshaw, played drum with his brother for several years, including on most of his albums. Bassist Chris Donato played on four of Crenshaw's albums, and toured with him live during the height of his career. Corners lightly worn and creased. Slight surface creases. Fine condition.

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