Marsbar Playlist ~ 8-27-2017

August 27, 2017

bigmars1David Marsden streaming live via the Internet. Join the fun and get some interesting (and always entertaining) information at the forum on Marsden Global.

Be sure to catch David and an eclectic collection of guest DJs streaming 24/7 on NYTheSpirit.com. Experience music unique to David Marsden and his tenure at CFNY-FM–music that defines not only an era, but a lifetime.

Typically, David presents a live show from 8PM until midnight on Saturday and Sunday nights; but, you just never know when he’ll pop in during the week.

Here is the complete list, thanks to post-10PM coverage by JerusalemSlim:

Al Kooper – Eleanor Rigby
Arcade Fire – Good God Damn
Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa – Strange Fruit
Bill Nelson – Contemplation
Blancmange – Blind Vision (12″ mix)
Bob Geldof – This Is The World Calling
Bobby Bland & B.B. King – Funny How Time Slips Away
Concrete Blonde – Crystal Blue Persuasion
Dear Rouge – Black To Gold
Dee Long – Good Night Universe
Delirium – A Poem For Byzantium
Duane Eddy – Ghost Riders In The Sky
Dwight Twilley Band – Sleeping
Elliott Murphy – Anastasia
Elliott Murphy – Rock Ballad
Fred Neil – Dolphins
Garfield – A Private Affair
Genesis – Watcher Of The Skies
Glamatron – Art Of Seduction
Hollywood Prime Time Orchestra – Twin Peaks
King Crimson – I Talk To The Wind
King Curtis – Harlem Nocturne
Koko Taylor – I’d Rather Go Blind
Lonnie Youngblood feat. Jimi Hendrix – Georgia Blues
Manchester Orchestra – The Gold
Moody Blues – Are You Sitting Comfortably?
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – Red Right Hand
No Doubt – Easy
Peter Gabriel feat. Kate Bush – Don’t Give Up
Peter Murphy – All Night Long
Pink Floyd – Another Brick In The Wall (Part 1) x2
Rob Stuart – A Beautiful Thing
Rolling Stones – Memory Motel
Room 32 – Just A Little
Simply Red – The Air That I Breathe
Snow Patrol – May You Never
Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel – Sebastian
Strange Advance – Worlds Away
This Mortal Coil – Song To The Siren
Timmy Jay – Dread Not
War On Drugs – Thinking Of A Place
West India Company – Ave Maria
William Shatner – Has Been

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Marsbar Playlist ~ 8-26-2017

August 26, 2017

bigmars1David Marsden streaming live via the Internet. Join the fun and get some interesting (and always entertaining) information at the forum on Marsden Global.

Be sure to catch David and an eclectic collection of guest DJs streaming 24/7 on NYTheSpirit.com. Experience music unique to David Marsden and his tenure at CFNY-FM–music that defines not only an era, but a lifetime.

Typically, David presents a live show from 8PM until midnight on Saturday and Sunday nights; but, you just never know when he’ll pop in during the week.

Here is the complete list, thanks to late-night coverage by TheBarron:

69 Eyes – Beneath The Blue
Animotion – Obsession (12″ remix)
Arcade Fire – Electric Blue
Arcade Fire – Everything Now
Arcade Fire – Good God Damn
Bob Dylan – Lay Lady Lay
Bobby Bazini – Summer Is Gone
Bronski Beat – Smalltown Boy (Acoustic Mix)
Capital Cities – Drop Everything
Chalk Circle – April Fool
Damned – Eloise
Dee Long – Good Night Universe
Depeche Mode – Strangelove (Tim Simenon/Mark Saunders remix)
Earons – Land Of Hunger
Echo & The Bunnymen – The Killing Moon
Elliott Murphy feat. Bruce Springsteen – Everything I Do (Leads Me Back To You)
Empire Of The Sun – Walking On A Dream (Sam La More 12″ remix)
Frank Zappa – Peaches En Regalia
Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Welcome To The Pleasuredome (Escape Act Video mix)
Genesis – The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
Glamatron – Factor 222
Gorillaz feat. D.R.A.M. – Andromeda (Purple Disco Machine remix)
Health – Life
Japan – Adolescent Sex
Jordan John – Somewhere In The Night
Martha And The Muffins – Echo Beach
Paul Weller – You Do Something To Me
Pet Shop Boys – Suburbia (2003 digital remaster)
Pink Floyd – Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part 2)
Prince – Rocknroll Loveaffair
Quicksilver Messenger Service – Fresh Air
Richard O’Brien – The Time Warp (1989 Extended Version)
Richard O’Brien, Little Neil & Patricia Quinn – Time Warp
Rob Stuart – A Beautiful Thing
Roger Waters – Smell The Roses
Sigue Sigue Sputnik – Atari Baby
Slave To The SQUAREwave – Summertown
Steppenwolf – The Pusher
Talking Heads – I Zimbra
Third World – Try Jah Love
Thompson Twins – Shoot Out (Don’t Mess With Dr. Dream)
Timmy Jay – Dread Not
Willie Deville – Across The Borderline
Yello – 30’000 Days

Marsbar Playlist ~ 8-20-2017

August 20, 2017

bigmars1David Marsden streaming live via the Internet. Join the fun and get some interesting (and always entertaining) information at the forum on Marsden Global.

Be sure to catch David and an eclectic collection of guest DJs streaming 24/7 on NYTheSpirit.com. Experience music unique to David Marsden and his tenure at CFNY-FM–music that defines not only an era, but a lifetime.

Typically, David presents a live show from 8PM until midnight on Saturday and Sunday nights; but, you just never know when he’ll pop in during the week.

Here is the list complete list, thanks to always greatly appreciated late-night help from JerusalemSlim:

69 Eyes – Gothic Girl
Allen Toussaint Orchestra – Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
Amanda Lear – Hollywood Flashback
Aphrodite’s Child – Marie Louise
B.B. King – The Blues Come Over Me
Bryan Ferry – Is Your Love Strong Enough?
Carmen Twillie – Circle Of Life
Chameleons – Swamp Thing
City Boy – The Violin
Daniel Lanois – The Maker
David Bowie/Annie Lennox – Under Pressure (live)
Dee Long – Good Night Universe
Farm – Very Emotional (remix)
Freddie Mercury – The Great Pretender
Goldfrapp/Norman Greenbaum/ZZ Top – Ooh La Grange In The Sky (mash-up)
Hidden Cameras – Afterparty
Japan – Nightporter
Joe Bonamassa – Bird On A Wire
John Foxx – Europe After The Rain
KLF – Last Train To Transcentral (Razormaid mix)
Krueger Band – The Guitar No One Wanted
Leonard Cohen – Democracy
Love & Rockets – Haunted When The Minutes Drag
Manchester Orchestra – The Mistake
Marillion – Angelina
Midnight Oil – Beds Are Burning (Tamarama mix)
Mike Batt – The Ride To Agadir
Moody Blues – Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon)
Motors – Airport
Pink Floyd – Pigs (Three Different Ones)
Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here
Portugal. The Man – Feel It Still
Powder Blues Band – Hear That Guitar Ring
Robbie Robertson – Unbound
Rob Stuart – A Beautiful Thing
Rocky Horror Picture Show – Science Fiction Double Feature
Santana feat. Rob Thomas – Smooth
Savoy Brown – Jack The Toad
Slave To The SQUAREwave – Poor Man’s Fight
Stan Freberg – John and Marsha
Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel – Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me)
Steve Winwood – Night Train
Stranglers – You’ll Always Reap What You Sow
T. Rex – The Slider

Marsbar Playlist ~ 8-19-2017

August 19, 2017

bigmars1David Marsden streaming live via the Internet. Join the fun and get some interesting (and always entertaining) information at the forum on Marsden Global.

Be sure to catch David and an eclectic collection of guest DJs streaming 24/7 on NYTheSpirit.com. Experience music unique to David Marsden and his tenure at CFNY-FM–music that defines not only an era, but a lifetime.

Typically, David presents a live show from 8PM until midnight on Saturday and Sunday nights; but, you just never know when he’ll pop in during the week.

Here is the complete list, thanks to priceless apres-10PM assistance from The Barron:

Arcade Fire – We Exist
Bedouin Soundclash – Brutal Hearts (Doctor Dr Dru Remix)
Big Supreme – Don’t Walk
Breeding Ground – Reunion
Clash – Mustapha Dance (Rock The Casbah mix)
Colourbox – Just Give ‘Em Whiskey
Comsat Angels – On The Beach
Damned – Eloise
Dear Rouge – Black To Gold
Dee Long – Good Night Universe
Echo & The Bunnymen – Bring On The Dancing Horses (extended mix)
Electric Six – Radio Gaga
Fashion – Love Shadow
Fleece – Riverside
Frank Zappa – Flakes
Glamatron – Porcelain Doll
Grace Jones – Nipple To The Bottle
Grandmaster Flash & Melle Mel – White Lines (Don’t Do It)
Hawaiian Pups – Baby Judy
Iggy Pop – Play It Safe
Imagine Dragons – Shots (Broiler Remix)
Japan – Rhodesia
Manchester Orchestra – The Gold
Moev – Open Mind
Neon Dreams feat. Kardinal Offishal – Marching Bands
New Order – Plastic
Phil Lynott – Yellow Pearl (7″ remix)
Pink Floyd – Have A Cigar
Porcupine Tree – Radioactive Toy
Prodigy feat. Pop Will Eat Itself – Their Law
Project Pitchfork – Timekiller (And One Remix)
Rammstein – Stripped
Rob Stuart – A Beautiful Thing
Slave To The SQUAREwave – Get Out Of My House
Smash Mouth – Walkin’ On The Sun
Stranglers – Skin Deep (extended)
Timelords – Doctorin’ The Tardis (12 inch mix)
Ultravox – Brilliant
Wallflowers feat. Mick Jones – Reboot The Mission
War On Drugs – Under The Pressure
Yello – The Race

Marsbar Playlist ~ 8-13-2017

August 13, 2017

bigmars1David Marsden streaming live via the Internet. Join the fun and get some interesting (and always entertaining) information at the forum on Marsden Global.

Be sure to catch David and an eclectic collection of guest DJs streaming 24/7 on NYTheSpirit.com. Experience music unique to David Marsden and his tenure at CFNY-FM–music that defines not only an era, but a lifetime.

Typically, David presents a live show from 8PM until midnight on Saturday and Sunday nights; but, you just never know when he’ll pop in during the week.

Here is the complete list, thanks to after-hours (for me!) assistance from JerusalemSlim:

Band – Shine A Light
Barclay James Harvest – She Said (live)
Bebop Deluxe – Surreal Estate
Beth Hart – Caught Out In The Rain
Boys’ Entrance – The Devil’s Blues
Clash – Mustapha Dance (Rock The Casbah mix)
Cure – Lovesong (extended mix)
Dalbello feat. Carole Pope – Animal
David Gilmour – Red Sky At Night
David Usher – Black Black Heart
Dee Long – Good Night Universe
Elvis Costello – The Other Side Of Summer
Fleece – Riverside
Freddie Mercury – Living On My Own (No More Brothers radio mix)
Gary Moore – Looking For Somebody
Genesis – The Battle Of Epping Forest
Glen Campbell – Wichita Lineman
Glen Campbell – Southern Nights
Glen Campbell – By The Time I Get To Phoenix
Glen Campbell – Rhinestone Cowboy
Jeff Beck & Rod Stewart – People Get Ready
John Lee Hooker feat. Carlos Santana – Chill Out (Things Gonna Change)
Jon and Vangelis – I’ll Find My Way Home
Long John Baldry – Flying
Love And Rockets – Ball Of Confusion
Lucas Silveira – I’m Your Man
Marianne Faithfull – Vagabond Ways
Marillion – Angelina
Martin Luther King, Jr. – I Have A Dream
Mike Bloomfield/Al Kooper – Really
Moody Blues – Are You Sitting Comfortably?
Peter Murphy – All Night Long
Pink Floyd – The Dogs Of War
Propellerheads feat. Miss Shirley Bassey – History Repeating
Rob Stuart – A Beautiful Thing
Roger Waters – The Tide Is Turning
Savoy Brown – Stay While The Night Is Young
Smiths – Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me
Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel – Understand
The The – This Is The Day
Tom Robinson – War Baby
War On Drugs – Thinking Of A Place
Xprime – Closer
Yello – Starlight Scene
Zucchero feat. John Lee Hooker – Ali D’oro

 

Marsbar Playlist ~ 8-12-2017

August 12, 2017

bigmars1David Marsden streaming live via the Internet. Join the fun and get some interesting (and always entertaining) information at the forum on Marsden Global.

Be sure to catch David and an eclectic collection of guest DJs streaming 24/7 on NYTheSpirit.com. Experience music unique to David Marsden and his tenure at CFNY-FM–music that defines not only an era, but a lifetime.

Typically, David presents a live show from 8PM until midnight on Saturday and Sunday nights; but, you just never know when he’ll pop in during the week.

Here is the complete list, thanks to much appreciated post 10PM assistance from TheBarron:

Arcade Fire – Signs Of Life
Blackmore’s Night – Diamonds And Rust
Boomtown Rats – Dave
Brian Eno/John Cale – Spinning Away
Cake – Sheep Go To Heaven
Clash – Magnificent Seven
Colin Blunstone/Dave Stewart – What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted
Conjure One – Centre Of The Sun (Solarstone’s Chilled Out Remix)
Cut Copy – Future
David Bowie – Rebel Rebel (Soulwax Club mix)
Dee Long – Good Night Universe
Delerium – Daylight
Dire Straits – Millionaire Blues
Dr. Draw – Danny Boy
Flash & The Pan – California
Flesh For Lulu – I Go Crazy (extended remix)
Frank Zappa – Cheap Thrills
Godley & Creme – Snack Attack
Inspiral Carpets – This Is How It Feels
Jags – Last Picture Show
Japan – Suburban Love
Jeff Wayne – Horsell Commons And The Heat Ray
Kate Bush – Wuthering Heights
Madness – Mr. Apples
Modern Romance – Bring On The Funkateers
Neon Dreams – Marching Bands
New Order – Plastic
Oran “Juice” Jones – The Rain
Parade – Go West
Pet Shop Boys – Go West
Peter Murphy – Marlene Dietrich’s Favourite Poem
Pink Floyd feat. Stéphane Grappelli – Wish You Were Here
Psychedelic Furs – Heartbreak Beat
Queen – These Are The Days Of Our Lives
Rammstein – Reise, Reise
Rob Stuart – A Beautiful Thing
Rock & Hyde – Dirty Water
Room 32 – Little Bit Of Time
Silencers – Painted Moon (Extended 12” Mix)
Sisters Of Mercy feat. Ofra Haza – Temple Of Love
Slave To The SQUAREwave – White Knuckle Trip
Timmy Jay – Dread Not
Tubes – What Do You Want From Life
Ultravox – Dancing With Tears In My Eyes
Velvet Underground – Who Loves The Sun
Yello – 30’000 Days

80s Music Rules ~ Criminally Underrated Artists/Bands ~ Duran Duran (as told by “Durandy” Golub)

OK, before the critics come out of the woodwork to complain about the title of this post, here’s a preemptive strike: I agree that Duran Duran largely received the recognition they deserved in the 80s through heavy rotation on MTV and the like, but there is so much more to their music that wasn’t played ad nauseum that should have seen the light of day.

There exists a whole network of fans who call themselves “Duranies” and who are dedicated to spreading the true word about their beloved band. They have all of the same fervor and passion that I have seen with Bowie devotees and Numanoids alike. And, there is one uber-fan, Andy “Durandy” Golub who stands out in the Duranie crowd.

I met Andy through social media and was invited to visit his website and also review his painstakingly and lovingly crafted tribute to the band he obviously cherishes. Andy has put together a book of Duran Duran posters and fan memories, “The Music Between Us: Concert Ads of Duran Duran,” that is a gorgeous testament to the band who has deeply affected and formed his very life.

It’s touching to see one’s lifelong passion given a context that can be enjoyed by others of like mind. My own love for David Bowie knows no bounds, and I wish I had taken the time to carefully collect and archive the highlights from his many concerts and accomplishments. I live vicariously through the collections and personal accounts of a network of Bowie fans; Andy is the one who has cultivated the respective treasured memories for those who love Duran Duran.

I consider it an honor and a privilege to have been welcomed into this special world of Duranie fandom. Sit back and have a glimpse into the mind of a Duran Duran super fan who has managed to accomplish what most of us can only dream about.

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MissParker: An obvious question is, what is your first recollection of Duran Duran and what was it about their music made you a fan?

Andy Golub: I love seemingly obvious questions, because they often prompt me to consider my answer with renewed perspective! My first recollection of the band was catching the “Rio” video on MTV at a friend’s house, sometime in early 1984. I wasn’t yet primed to receive the spark at that point, but when I heard “The Reflex”… I sat up and took note. The video cemented my interest.

From the glossy Ragged Tiger album artwork to the band’s riveting stage presence, or even the charismatic photo sessions that filled the local magazine racks, Duran Duran presented an extraordinary visual identity and youthful confidence that captured my imagination. I found myself mesmerized by every track on the Ragged album, eager to absorb all the merchandising I could find, and dedicated to transforming my bedroom walls into a pin-up gallery. I recall the emotions that would swell up within me as Simon launched into the chorus of “The Reflex,” leaving me with little choice but to close my eyes, sing along, and attempt some of the moves I saw him make on stage. The band delivered more than catchy songs… there was a look. A style. An experience – one that I wanted to be part of. The path to passion was swift and merciless.

MissParker: How many concerts have you attended and which one is your most memorable?

Andy Golub: I’ve only seen about twelve shows, a lot less than some people expect. The first show is always memorable because there’s nothing like seeing the band for the first time – mine was in ’87 with Bowie – but then, seeing the original lineup for the first time in Costa Mesa (2003) also earned its place as one heck of a milestone. Perhaps the most meaningful concert was in 2011 at the Everett Events Center, when the band helped me propose to my fiancée, Christine. I often reflect on how I probably should have brought four other rings with me.

MissParker: Do you have a favorite Duran Duran song and/or album? For the record, I know how difficult a question that is, as I would have a very hard time answering the same about David Bowie, but can you at least narrow it down a bit?

Andy Golub: You are correct – picking a favorite is a formidable challenge. However, I feel very loyal to Seven and the Ragged Tiger, the record that introduced me to Simon’s distinctive vocals, Nick’s rich synth arrangements, Roger’s thundering beats, John’s velvety grooves, and Andy’s searing riffs. “The Reflex” hooked me, and the whole Ragged album sealed my fate. Each track stood out with its respective musical personality, while the entire record worked together as a sonic escapade – exciting my senses, charging up my emotional battery, and giving me comfort when I needed it most.

MissParker: When did you first get the idea to document Duran Duran’s concerts and the respective fan impressions?

Andy Golub: After my first book, my thoughts turned to what comes next – seems like I’m always looking toward the future, while dedicated to preserving the past! I felt Beautiful Colors: The Posters of Duran Duran succeeded at honoring the band in a straightforward chronicle through memorabilia, and for a follow-up, I wanted to hone in on the impact that DD makes on their audiences… a much more personal examination. Viewing the band through the eyes of fans seemed like a logical next step, and the concert adverts were a perfect vehicle for that context; it’s exciting to open a newspaper and find a full page announcement of your favorite artist coming to town, and filling a book with such ads, linked with memories from those shows, evolved into a more rewarding, personally satisfying project than I ever expected.

MissParker: What does the band think about what you do?

Andy Golub: The band and their management have expressed steadfast support for my endeavors over the years, which is a thrill that I still struggle to process fully. Whether it’s been exhibitions, books, videos, social media presence, or even radio appearances, I’ve always strived to celebrate Duran Duran in a sincere, humble, and respectful manner with no expectations. To have the band’s trust, to know they believe in my archival efforts and encourage me on this journey –It’s deeply meaningful. John and Nick are the prominent collectors in the group, so I’ve particularly enjoyed seeing their delight with my books; when Nick wrote the Foreword for Beautiful Colors, I couldn’t have imagined a more profound show of support.

MissParker: Is it safe to say you are an 80s music fan? If so, what other musicians/bands from that era do you listen to?

Andy Golub: It is absolutely safe to say that! ‘80s music holds such warm, visceral emotion for me, carried by memories that never fade; my loves are vast – from Howard Jones, Wham, and Pet Shop Boys to Camouflage and New Order. It’s not just the songs I cherish, but the way ‘80s artists embraced  visual flair, creating a persona with fashion, makeup, hair gel, and a style all their own. There was also a palpable sense of brand loyalty back then – fans of Spandau Ballet were fiercely loyal to their pop heroes, while Morrissey devotees forged their own unique subculture. The ‘80s music scene was a rich, colorful melting pot of stars who filled up the pop charts with catchy tunes, connected with their fans in issues of Smash Hits, and inspired public expressions of devotion –I still view a Duran Duran badge as an essential part of my daily wardrobe.    

MissParker: I’m curious to know how you feel about contemporary music. Personally, I find much of it lacking and boring, and tend to gravitate to those current musicians with an obvious New Wave/Post Punk/New Romantic influence. What are your state-of-the-current-music impressions?

Andy Golub: I must admit, I don’t keep up much with today’s music… although there are some standouts I’ve grown quite fond of: Halsey’s Badlands album is utterly captivating, Adele’s work is incredible, and I love certain tracks by Walk The Moon, Katy Perry, Kimbra, and Ellie Goulding. I must say that, to my ears, contemporary music seems to lack the fun, enduring ingredients that populated the ‘80s. I believe the dizzying pace of pop culture’s ‘flavor-of-the-week’ appetite, the vastly different ways in which new music is accessed (and marketed), and the general shortening of attention spans have all contributed to a musical landscape devoid of significant, memorable material. However, I am quite aware and appreciative of how Duran Duran’s influence continues to be seen in contemporary artists like Mark Ronson, The Killers, and The Dandy Warhols, so there’s still hope out there.

MissParker: One of the images in your book depicts David Bowie and Duran Duran in Toronto during Bowie’s “Glass Spider” tour. It melted my heart to see that for many reasons, mostly because I saw DB in Miami back then. What a dream collaboration that particular billing must have been for Canadian fans! What have you heard about that specific leg of the tour or anything else about the Bowie/Duran Duran connection?

Andy Golub: What a brilliant chapter of Duran’s story! I was fortunate enough to catch the band sharing the bill with David in Vancouver B.C. on that Glass Spider tour – it was definitely breathtaking, between seeing DD live for the first time, and then witnessing Bowie descending from the rafters, clad in red, singing into a phone – owning the stage in his inimitable style. Duran Duran has a very large, passionate Canadian fan base, and I’ve relished hearing many experiences from those who caught the band with Bowie on that tour. The posters I’ve acquired from those Canadian shows are counted among my favorites, testifying to a legendary pairing that might only recently have been paralleled when Duran began touring with Nile Rodgers… a spectacle to behold.

MissParker: We won’t tell anyone…do you have a favorite member of Duran Duran? If so, can you share why?

Andy Golub: A favorite member… aren’t we supposed to see the band as a box of chocolates, each one with their own unique flavor? LOL! I respect, admire, and appreciate them all. I suppose I harbor a special affinity for John and Nick as they are fellow collectors, artists, and have played such a pivotal role in the band’s visual branding.

MissParker: Please tell us more about your book “The Music Between Us: Concert Ads of Duran Duran,” when and where it will be available for purchase, and anything else about your passion for Duran Duran that you care to share.

Andy Golub: I cannot thank you enough for allowing me to reach out to Duranies with the new book. I wanted to honor the fans, their experiences, and to give them a voice beyond the delighted screams that the band hears as the lights go down. Every Duranie has a story to tell, all different – yet remarkably similar, revealing a profound common thread that binds a global community of fans. If nothing else, I hope the book brings fresh meaning to fans’ own memories and shows them how far from alone they are.

The Music Between Us: Concert Ads of Duran Duran can be purchased on Amazon US, with very low international shipping rates to most countries. For Duran Duran Appreciation Day, there will be a glorious 24-hour sale on Amazon – 40% off the listed price. What better excuse to pamper your coffee table, revel in the band’s legacy, and honor your Duranie devotion!

Signed copies can also be purchased directly from me, for just $10 additional, plus shipping. It’s a sheer joy to pen a message to fellow fans, and I invite anyone to write me with their address: contact@durandy.com

I can’t count the number of times I’ve been told, “I wish I felt about something the way you do about Duran Duran.” I never grow tired of learning about the passion in others – it reminds me to honor my own. Whether it’s producing books, running an online DD radio station, maintaining a blog, or just singing a little louder in the car whenever Duran plays on the way to the grocery store, I’d love to see every fan listen to their heart, recognize their passion as a strength, and take pride in who they are. That’s worth celebrating, right alongside the band.

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Links:

Link to Amazon:  https://www.amazon.com/Music-Between-Us-Concert-Duran/dp/0692634827
Andy’s email for anyone who wants to order a signed copy of the book:  contact@durandy.com

Duran Duran Videos:

The Reflex

Union of the Snake

New Moon on Monday

Come Undone

Ordinary World