MTP: Episode 108


Hello my friends and welcome to another stellar hour of #RealGrownupMusic as only we can deliver. Fall is often a retrospective season and what goes better with recollection than listening to some vintage music? This episode is all about kicking it old school, featuring nothing but ‘experienced’ songs from the past four decades.

With this theme firmly in mind, we present the Marking Time Podcast Episode 108 and as usual, it’s a melange of delicate selections designed to titillate the senses and inspire a sense of discovery and wonder. OK, maybe that’s a stretch, but the tunes are solid and the playlist was definitely fun to pull together.

So grab a pair of headphones and immerse yourself in the wonder of the season. And remember to share us with your friends! We truly appreciate your support and look forward to sharing more great music with you later in the month. Cheers!

Artist Song Album
Expatriate “Gotta Get Home” In The Midst Of This
Winter Gloves “Ending Soon” All Red
The Housemartins “Sheep” The Best Of The Housemartins
Kathleen Edwards “Run” Asking for Flowers
Matt Costa “Vienna” Unfamiliar Faces
French Horn Rebellion “Let Me In” Foolin’ Around – EP
Ride “Vapour Trail” Nowhere
Concrete Blonde “Cold Part Of Town” Concrete Blonde
Wilco “I’ll Fight” Wilco (The Album)
Rah Rah “A Love That Sticks” Vessels
David Bowie “Where Are We Now?” The Next Day
Stars “Trap Door” No One Is Lost
Pete Yorn “Screaming at the Setting Sun” Arranging Time
Supreme Beings of Leisure “Ghetto” Divine Operating System
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds “Into My Arms” The Best Of
Alabama Shakes “Sound & Color” Sound & Color

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