MTP: Episode 48


Howdy folks and welcome to the Marking Time Podcast Episode 48. Now that the Olympics are squarely in the rearview, it’s time to get back to work. There’s a veritable plethora of new music out lately, and I’ve taken the opportunity to pull together a most excellent show for you this time out.

The MTP 48 features new songs from Roosevelt, Trails and Ways, Turin Brakes, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Suzanne Vega, Aqua Alta, Luscious Jackson, The Olms, The Starfolk and St. Lucia, just to drop a few names. Plus there are plenty of favourites from days past too, just to keep you honest.

So keep on trucking, musically speaking, and spread the gospel of real, grown-up music with your friends and fellow audiophiles. You’ll feel better and we will really appreciate it too. And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter or reach out via e-mail as the spirit moves you. Cheers!

Artist Song Album
Roosevelt “Elliot” Elliot – EP
The Grapes of Wrath “Picnic” High Road
Trails and Ways “Lost” non•market comp 1
Turin Brakes “Stop the World” We Were Here
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings “People Don’t Get What They Deserve” Give the People What They Want
Suzanne Vega “Fool’s Complaint” Tales from the Realm of the Queen of Pentacles
Aqua Alta “Blue Is The Rain” EP
The Charlatans “You’re So Pretty – We’re So Pretty” Wonderland
China Crisis “Working With Fire And Steel” Working With Fire & Steel: Possible Pop Songs, Vol. 2
Broken Bells “The High Road” Broken Bells
The Decemberists “Rox In The Box” The King Is Dead
Chris Isaak “Can’t Do A Thing (To Stop Me)” San Francisco Days
Luscious Jackson “#1 Bum” Magic Hour
Whitehorse “No Glamour In The Hammer” The Fate Of The World Depends On This Kiss
The Olms “On the Line” The Olms
The Starfolk “Winterwalk” The Starfolk
St. Lucia “The Way You Remember Me” When The Night

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