MTP: Episode 34


Hi there. Hope your spring is all filled with sunshine and flowers. Or alternatively, I hope that you like snow. Regardless of your inclinations, I’ve got the perfect soundtrack for this time of year!

Presenting the Marking Time Podcast Episode 34, a veritable treasure trove of brand new, (bien sûr) real, grown-up music for your vernal listening pleasure. This time out, I’m debuting new tunes from David Bowie, New Order, Ron Sexsmith and much, much more!!

I’m also pretty stoked to be announcing this episode via Twitter, in addition to my regular outlets: Facebook, LinkedIn and direct via e-mail to my subscribers. Although I’m a bit late to the tweeting game, I’ve found it’s a great way to stay connected to musicians and fans of great music alike. You can follow me if you like: @MarkingTime_CA or if you prefer old-fashioned e-mail, that still works too.

Here’s the playlist so you can learn more about the great artists and music we feature each episode. Cheers eh!!

Artist Song Album
French Horn Rebellion “Up All Night” The Infinite Music Of French Horn Rebellion
David Bowie “The Next Day” The Next Day
Guster “Satellite” Ganging Up On The Sun
Melissa McClelland “Cry On My Shoulder” Victoria Day
New Order “I’ll Stay With You” Lost Sirens
Said The Whale “Lucky” Little Mountain
Morcheeba “Wonders Never Cease” The Antidote
Ron Sexsmith “Snake Road” Forever Endeavour
Serena Ryder “Stompa” Harmony
Stars “My Radio (FM Mix)” Nightsongs
UB40 “Kingston Town” Labour Of Love II
10,000 Maniacs “The Latin One” Hope Chest: The Fredonia Recordings 1982-1983
Banda Black Rio “Maria Fumaça” Latin Essentials
Hannah Georgas “Fantasize” Hannah Georgas
dada “What’s Happening To Steven” How To Be Found
Joe Jackson “Jamie G.” Laughter & Lust
Counting Crows “Cowboys” Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings

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