MTP: Episode 6


Hi everyone. Just got back from a weekend in Edmonton and man, did I hear some great music.

Thursday night I saw Alex Pangman perform some amazing swing music in front of a crowd of very talented and enthusiastic young dancers from the Sugar Swing dance club. And then, Saturday night in St. Albert featured another wonderful act from Toronto, Good Lovelies. Again, truly remarkable ladies making terrific music in the acoustically fabulous Arden Theatre. I’m featuring a tune from Alex this episode, and be sure look for something from the Lovelies next time out.

So with all the good energy I received from these super musicians and great audiences, I bring you the Marking Time Podcast Episode 6. Give a listen, and if the spirit moves you, drop a comment below or an e-mail to:

Thanks as always for your support, and don’t forget to peruse the playlist to learn about the music featured this time out. Cheers!

Artist Song Album
Electronic “Getting Away With It” Electronic
The Decemberists “Down By The Water” The King Is Dead
Billy Bragg “You Woke Up My Neighbourhood” Must I Paint You A Picture? The Essential Billy Bragg
Springhouse “Open Your Eyes” Land Falls
Lucinda Williams “Right In Time” Car Wheels On A Gravel Road
Talking Heads “Moon Rocks” Speaking In Tongues
Bibio “Light Seep” Mind Bokeh
Sonya Kitchell “Effortless” This Storm
The Dylans “I Hope The Weather Stays Fine” The Dylans
Chet Baker “Look For The Silver Lining” Chet Baker Sings
Animal Logic “I Won’t Be Sleeping Anymore” Animal Logic, Vol. 2
Sam Roberts “Every Part Of Me” We Were Born In A Flame
Tom Jones “She’s A Lady” 20th Century Masters: The Best Of Tom Jones
Frente! “Bizarre Love Triangle” Marvin The Album
Alex Pangman “Shine” 33
Second Sky “Under The Line (Solus Remix)” The Sound Of Rhythm And Culture Remixed

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