MTP: Episode 64


Hey there and welcome to the show everyone! I hope that spring has finally sprung wherever you are (or that you’ve fallen into fall for those in the southern hemisphere) and that you’re ready for another hour of real, grown-up music. And I should point out right off the hop that if you like your sounds of the old-school variety, you’re in for a big time treat.

That’s because the Marking Time Podcast Episode 64 features some sick beats from days gone by. Don’t get me wrong – we love new music, too. And we play lots of it! It’s just that now and again, the urge strikes to bust out some Gen-X classics from the golden age of college radio. This is most definitely one of those times.

I hope you like the selection of sounds we have lined up for you. As always, you can keep in touch with us on Twitter or, if you prefer, send an e-mail and let me know what’s on your mind. Thanks for listening and enjoy the music!

Artist Song Album
Paul Weller “The Dark Pages Of September Lead To The New Leaves Of Spring” 22 Dreams
Spirit Of The West “Home For A Rest” Save This House
James Brown “Get On The Good Foot” Gold
54•40 “Since When” Radio Love Songs – The Singles Collection
Ziggy Marley “Love Is My Religion” Love Is My Religion
XTC “The Ballad Of Peter Pumpkinhead” Nonsuch
The Wild Swans “Tangerine Temple” Space Flower
The Verve “Sonnet” Urban Hymns
Wakey!Wakey! “Feral Love” Almost Everything I Wish I’d Said The Last Time I Saw You…
Winter Gloves “We Need New Transportation” All Red
Us3 “Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia)” Hand on the Torch
The Ocean Blue “Crash” Beneath The Rhythm And Sound
Saint Etienne “Last Days of Disco” Words and Music By Saint Etienne
Whitehorse “Wisconsin” The Fate Of The World Depends On This Kiss
JP Maurice “Be The Change” Be The Change – Single
Wilco “Impossible Germany” Sky Blue Sky

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