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Something’s Gonna Happen

3 months, 4 weeks ago at Jun 25 16:01
This EP of Marshall Crenshaw covers wasn’t released until 2003, but they were recorded for a never-to-materialize album in the late 80s/early 90s. For those who know anything about Ronnie Spector’s career that would put us right around the time of the Eddie Money duet “Take Me Home Tonight,” the iconic use of “Be My Baby” in Dirty Dancing, and just after her comeback album Unfinished B... read more
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Description: Five song EP tribute to the songs of Marshall Crenshaw by Ronnie Spector. Track Listing: Something's Gonna Happen For His Love Whenever You're on My Mind Communication Favorite Waste of Time ... (more)
Manufacturer: Bad Girl Sounds
Release date: 2 September 2003
EAN: 0829410496278 UPC: 829410496278
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Something’s Gonna Happen

“This EP of Marshall Crenshaw covers wasn’t released until 2003, but they were recorded for a never-to-materialize album in the late 80s/early 90s. For those who know anything about Ronnie Spector’s career that would put us right around the time of the Eddie Money duet “Take Me Home Tonight,” the iconic use of “Be My Baby” in Dirty Dancing, and just after her comeback album Unfinished Business, a respectable if dated pop/rock affair.   Listening to these songs it’s obvious what drew Spector’s attention to them. Crenshaw’s retro-minded pop/rock ditties recall the sounds of Buddy Holly, Brenda Lee, and the Wall of Sound. Her voice sounds right at home on songs like “For His Love,” which gives her a chance to flex her that quiver and sensual need in her voice, and “F” read more