MTP: Episode 4


Hello again my friends. Fall is officially here in southern Alberta, and I’ve put together a special set of music designed for those autumn walks around town. Some tunes are hopeful and optimistic, some more introspective as this season demands, or at least as it does for me.

Click here Marking Time Podcast Episode 4 to listen on your computer, or feel free to right-click the link to download and listen later or transfer to your MP3 player.

Either way, let me know what you think about this or any episode by e-mailing me at or by leaving a comment here on the web site. The playlist is below for your convenience as well.

As always, thanks for listening and making my music a part of your world. All the best for a great autumn wherever you are!

Artist Song Album
Paper Lions “Hands” Trophies (EP)
dada “Rainbows, Butterflies And Hand Grenades” A Friend Of Pat Robertson – The Sessions
Morphine “Early To Bed” Like Swimming
Feist “My Moon My Man” The Reminder
The Sundays “Wild Horses” Blind
The Jam “Move On Up” Direction, Reaction, Creation
The Smithereens “Strangers When We Meet” Especially For You
Wire “Please Take” Red Barked Tree
David Gray “Late Night Radio” Sell Sell Sell
Chris Isaak “Solitary Man” San Francisco Days
Love & Rockets “Mirror People ’88 (Single Version)” Sorted!: The Best Of Love & Rockets
Memphis “I Am The Photographer” Here Comes A City
Fine Mist “Stop Or Start” Public Domain
Shawn Colvin “The Facts About Jimmy” A Few Small Repairs
Expatriate “The Spaces Between” In The Midst Of This
Midge Ure “If I Was” If I Was: The Very Best Of Midge Ure & Ultravox

2 thoughts on “MTP: Episode 4

  1. OMG Love this mix of songs Mark. Most excellent! A couple were happy surprises. Songs temporarily forgotten that are now back in mental circulation. Cheers.



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