Good Evening

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All Music Guide - Brett Hartenbach
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 special. Following a return to a scaled-down configuration for the slightly disappointing Mary Jean & 9 Others, Good Evening, like Downtown, employs the services of various sidemen and backup vocalists -- including Kenny Aronoff, Graham Maby, Syd Straw, Robert Crenshaw, and the BoDeans -- and seems to be geared towards a more contemporary, marketable ...
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All Music Guide - Brett Hartenbach
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 special. Following a return to a scaled-down configuration for the slightly disappointing Mary Jean & 9 Others, Good Evening, like Downtown, employs the services of various sidemen and backup vocalists -- including Kenny Aronoff, Graham Maby, Syd Straw, Robert Crenshaw, and the BoDeans -- and seems to be geared towards a more contemporary, marketable sound. Producers David Kershenbaum and Paul McKenna bring a veneer to his pop
ock, adding the occasional keyboard, steel guitar, fiddle, mandolin, and accordion, while Crenshaw, for the first time, brings in a handful of ringers Sonny Landreth, David Lindley, and James Burton to share lead guitar chores for the majority of the record. Furthermore, for the first time, he looks elsewhere for the bulk of the record's material, with half of the songs coming from other sources two seemingly written to order, and three of the remaining five being collaborations. Still, he slips naturally into the words and music of artists such as Richard Thompson, John Hiatt, the Isley Brothers, and Bobby Fuller, bringing as much of himself to these tunes as he does to his own. Whatever the reason for the delegation of work on Good Evening, the choices are good ones, and it works to varying degrees. Good Evening, which was his final recording for Warner Bros., may not reach the heights of the first three, but there's a spark here that was missing last time out.
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  • Release Date: 10/25/2005
  • Label: Wounded Bird Records
  • UPC: 664140590823
  • Catalog Number: 5908

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Performance Credits
Marshall Crenshaw Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals, 12-string Guitar, Shaker, 6-string bass, Mando-Guitar, Guitar (12 String Acoustic)
BoDeans Background Vocals
David Lindley Fiddle, Mandolin, Steel Guitar, Slide Guitar
Syd Straw Background Vocals
James Burton Guitar
Sonny Landreth Guitar, Slide Guitar
Kenny Aronoff Percussion, Drums
Steve Conn Piano, Accordion
Robert Crenshaw Background Vocals
Denny Fongheiser Drums
Graham Maby Bass
Jay Dee Maness Pedal Steel Guitar, Steel Guitar
Bob Marlette Organ, Bass, Drums, Keyboards
Patti McCarron Background Vocals
Eric Pressly Bass
Bob Mariette Bass, Drums, Keyboards
Kenny Aoronoff Percussion, Drums
David Lindsey Fiddle, Mandolin, Steel Guitar
Technical Credits
Chris Jasper Composer
David Kershenbaum Producer
Paul McKenna Producer, Engineer
Kevin Smith Engineer
John X. Volaitis Engineer
Kenny Aoronoff Contributor
Sam Llanas Composer
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