MTP: Episode 35


Hey everyone. Hope your spring is well under way. It is almost May, after all. (Is my inner patio-deprived whiny voice coming through?) Well, at least the music is fresh and new, even if the last vestiges of winter are still hanging around like an annoying guest who’s overstayed his or her welcome.

I proudly give you the Marking Time Podcast: Episode 35, a compelling blend of new music from Billy Bragg, The Ocean Blue, Mo Kenney and The Starfolk, plus a few choice golden oldies guaranteed to please even the most discerning fan of real, grown-up music.

Heck, I’ll even throw in the playlist at no extra charge. But as a token of thanks, I’d appreciate it if you give me a follow on Twitter if you are so inclined. Thanks and hope you dig the tunes!

Artist Song Album
Billy Bragg “No One Knows Nothing Anymore” Tooth & Nail
The Ocean Blue “Sad Night, Where Is The Morning?” Ultramarine
Hunters & Collectors “Do You See What I See?” Collected Works
Mo Kenney “The Great Escape” Mo Kenney
The One AM Radio “Everything Falls Apart” Heaven Is Attached By A Slender Thread
The Starfolk “From Above” Korda Compilation
The Blasters “Trouble Bound” The Blasters Collection
The Strokes “Life Is Simple In The Moonlight” Angles
The Tragically Hip “The Lookahead” Now For Plan A
Fine Young Cannibals “Tell Me What” The Finest
The Minus 5 “My Life As A Creep” The Minus 5
R.E.M. “Welcome To The Occupation” And I Feel Fine: The Best Of The I.R.S. Years 1982-1987
Turin Brakes “Underdog (Save Me)” Bottled At Source – The Best Of The Source Years
Bebel Gilberto “August Day Song (King Britt Remix)” Brazilian Lounge
Tears For Fears “Goodnight Song” Elemental
Fine Mist “I Can’t Stand It” Public Domain
St. Germain “Deep In It” Boulevard

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