Marsbar Playlist ~ 9-29-2019

September 29, 2019

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’s the complete list, thanks to JerusalemSlim who graciously covered the entire Sunday night set while I am away:

Aim – Cold Water Music
Al Stewart – Lord Grenville
Allan Rayman – Crush
Arcade Fire – We Exist
Beth Hart – Skin
Box – Closer Together (12″ mix)
Boy George – The Crying Game (Extended Dance Mix)
Brian Eno – Here He Comes
Bryan Ferry – Let’s Stick Together
BT – Surrounded
David Clayton Thomas – Never Again
David Gray – Babylon
Dee Long – Good Night Universe
Depeche Mode – Never Let Me Down (Split Mix)
Dr. John – Perdido
Eric Clapton, Luciano Pavarotti – Holy Mother
Fischer-Z – The Worker
G.R.I.N.D. (Get Ready It’s A New Day) – Paint Like Picasso
Gilbert O’Sullivan – Alone Again (Naturally)
Jimmie Vaughan, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, et al. – Tick Tock (live)
John Cooper Clarke – Beasley Street
Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra – When Did You Get Down From Heaven
Juluka – Scatterlings Of Africa
Leon Russell – Stranger In A Strange Land
Long John Baldry – Let’s Burn Down The Cornfield
Luther Allison – Bad Love
Marshall Tucker Band – Running Like The Wind
Matchstick Afro – Stereo Orthophonic High Fidelity Victrolis
MC 900 Ft. Jesus – While The City Sleeps
Midge Ure & Mick Karn – After A Fashion
Molly Johnson – Boogie Street
Passenger – Let Her Go
Paul Young – Everytime You Go Away (12″ mix)
Peter Murphy – I’ll Fall With Your Knife
Rob Stuart – A Beautiful Thing
Roy Orbison/k.d. lang – Crying
Slave To The Squarewave – Starrs (NOT the Ambient vocal mix!)
Smiths – How Soon Is Now?
Snow Patrol – Chocolate
Spoons – Nova Heart (Dark Before Dawn Mix)
Sufjan Stevens – Mystery Of Love
Van Morrison – T.B. Sheets
Willie Nelson – Immigrant Eyes
XPrime – Closer

Marsbar Playlist ~ 9-28-2019

September 28, 2019

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’s the complete list, thanks to TheBarron who covered the entire set while I am away:

10cc – I’m Not In Love
54-40 – Dream We Spoke Of
Autograph – Dance All Night
Barclay James Harvest – She Said (Live 1974 Version)
Bonaparte – Melody X
Bruce Springsteen – You’re Missing
Cure – Caterpillar (Flicker Mix)
Daft Punk/Pharrell Williams – Get Lucky
David Bowie – Starman
Dee Long – Good Night Universe
Dusty Springfield – What Have I Done To Deserve This? (Shep Pettibone Mix)
Echo & The Bunnymen – Rescue
Filter & The Crystal Method – (Can’t You) Trip Like I Do
Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Rage Hard (Broad)
Front Line Assembly – Civilization
Genesis – Carpet Crawlers (Turn It On Again)
Hooverphonic – Anger Never Dies
Imagination Machine – A Northern Evening (Abbey Road Mix)
Imagination Machine – Dancing On A Highwire
Jake Bugg – Broken
Killers – Land Of The Free
Kim Mitchell/Barenaked Ladies – Diamonds, Diamonds
Laid Back – I’m Hooked (Shep Pettibone US Dance Mix)
LCD Soundsystem – Daft Punk Is Playing at My House
Mick Jagger/Gilbert Biberian/Peter Scholes/London Symphony Orchestra – Angie
Moody Blues – Are You Sitting Comfortably?
Motors – Love And Loneliness
New Order – Plastic
Pet Shop Boys – Suburbia
Pet Shop Boys – West End Girls (Shep Pettibone Mastermix)
Pete Shelley – Homosapien (Dub)
Pink Floyd – Astronomy Domine
Pink Floyd – Pigs (Three Different Ones)
Rammstein – Radio
Rob Stuart – A Beautiful Thing
Rupert Hine – I Hang On To My Vertigo
Scissor Sisters – Return To Oz
Screaming Blue Messiahs – Wild Blue Yonder
Spoons – Landing Lights
T. Rex – I Love To Boogie
Tears For Fears – Ready To Start
Temptations – My Girl (DMC Remix)
Ultravox – Brilliant

80s (and sometimes 10s) Music Rules ~ Criminally Underrated Artists/Bands ~ Boys’ Entrance/Tim Cain

One of the enormous perks of being a part of the David Marsden family of fans and musicians is the priceless opportunity to hear new music that David promotes. A simply fabulous band I first heard on David’s streaming show via NYTheSpirit.com is Boys’ Entrance. What makes Boys’ Entrance even more endearing is that they are based practically in my back yard.

Boys’ Entrance currently hails from the Tampa Bay region of FL. Front man Tim Cain has a timeless alto voice that draws the listener in to the music like a bee to honey. According to the intro on their website, they have been making wonderful music for 28 years—an amazing feat. BE has earned accolades from throughout the music industry—well-deserved and acquired through hard work and talent.

Even though we share a state, I’ve yet to have the pleasure of experiencing Tim Cain and Boys’ Entrance live. I know—sounds strange, doesn’t it? But I’m several hours away (Florida covers a LOT of territory!), and solo road travel is never a favorite adventure of mine. One of these days, though, I’ll find a road-trip buddy and drop in on a Boys’ Entrance show. It’s a bucket list goal I’ve got my sights set on.

In the meantime, Tim Cain has graciously accepted my invitation for a Rave and Roll interview. I’m excited to share his thoughts and opinions on the state of music, the world, and just about everything in between. I think you’ll find him just as real and as captivating as I…and the music…I believe it will be as irresistible for you as it is for me.

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Missparker: This is something I tend to ask most of the musicians I interview, because I’m very curious to uncover the “why” behind what you do: What made you decide to form a band and perform in front of people?

Tim Cain @ the original Boys’ Entrance, Chicago, IL

Tim Cain: First of all, Sandy, I want to thank you for your gracious invitation to speak with you. It is a privilege to speak with a fellow traveler in music. We are both devoted to music and I think it feeds our souls. So I feel comforted to know we share a friend, Mr. Marsden and music itself.

My father had a gift. He could play any song on the piano if he heard it. His right hand was where this gift resided. There was a direct channel between his “ear” and his right hand, and he amazed family and friends throughout my childhood.

His left hand was erratic and unguided by his ear. He would bounce back and forth between two or three notes—in time—but not necessarily in key. I suppose he had seen “stride” players play in honkytonks and wanted to emulate their style. But he had never been taught. So, it was a crazy thing to me to watch him, because I had the “ear” as well. I knew how amazing his right hand was, but his left hand drove me crazy.

Years later, I don’t know, maybe I was in my 20s, I callously said, “What are you doing with your left hand? The notes aren’t right.” I never heard him play again, and that is one of my biggest regrets in life. I wish I had just kept my mouth shut. But I opened my mouth and the toad leapt out and there was no taking it back. I know he has forgiven me though.

Missparker: It would be great to have a do-over—I think we all long for that ability at one time or another during our lives.

Tim Cain: I think my whole career—now 45 years—has sprung from my father’s ear. I was always a singer. That came naturally. My proudest moment was when I sang “The Lord’s Prayer” in rehearsals for my sister’s wedding. My mom and dad were sitting in a pew with their backs to me. I sang and the voice that sang through me was astounding. Everyone started to cry. They all turned to watch me, except my dad. When I was done, everyone applauded. My dad sat motionless, until he turned, and I could see he had been weeping. I felt a power I had never known, and I never wanted to stop using it.

My first actual band was called Flyht—our logo was a drawing of Icarus. (Strangely, my husband who is also the bassist in Boys’ Entrance was also in a band about the same time, and it was called Icarus!) So this was about 1975. We covered popular rock songs, and broke up after one show.

“The Wolf Is at The Door” single cover by Julie Perry

My second band was, Talltrees. This band was way more successful. We played around Central Illinois from 1979 – 1986. We appeared on a compilation album of bands from Champaign/Urbana. We had two major labels express interest, and even had a video play on Musicbox Television, (an MTV precursor, in Europe).

I moved to Chicago in 1987 and joined a prog-rock band called, Random Axis. I am still friends with two of the guys from that band to this day. In fact, the bassist, Tom Heslin plays on our “Tunnelvision” album! That band only lasted a couple of years, though.

That takes me to Boys’ Entrance. In 1991, I traveled to San Francisco and met up with my friend, Jon Ginoli. We had been rivals (as DJs), lovers, and co-workers (in record stores), during our college years.

He played me demos for his new project, Pansy Division. I was blown away by his audacity. The songs were the most blatantly QUEER songs I had ever heard. They were in-your-face and unapologetic. While I was the first queer musician Jon had ever known, my songs were always couched in universal pronouns. He schooled me and dared me to do more with my music. Twenty-eight years later, we are both still at it.

Missparker: What an amazing journey! What can you tell me about the current members of Boys’ Entrance, and have you always had the same line-up with them  throughout the years?

Tim Cain: Boys’ Entrance began as just me on keyboards, bass, & guitar. It was enabled by my Ensoniq VFX workstation. This keyboard is a sequencer, and it allowed me to record my musical ideas and store them on floppy discs. I am on my third VFX as of this interview. This keyboard allowed me to have a three- decade career with this band because, like my father, I have a great “ear” and “right hand.” I cannot play a song on a piano, using both my hands. But I can compose using this tool. My dad never had that option, but I did.

The first “live” Boys’ Entrance band was a trio—my keyboard sequences, and three guitars! We had no drummer, or bassist. All that came from the Ensoniq. It was I,  Cie Fletcher on lead guitar, and Mike Ferro on rhythm guitar. Later we added a percussionist, Amelia Soto.  The band broke up after a few years when Fletcher died of AIDS.

Mike and I continued and brought in a real drummer, Christine Anderson, and a Serbian lead guitarist named Vojo. That lasted a year or two. There was a punk trio version, with drummer Timmy Samuel, Mike, and I. There was a version of the band that incorporated my friends from Random Axis. You can see that version on our Jon-Henri Damski video.

All this took a toll on me. My personal life was always in turmoil. I was depressed and sometimes suicidal. I began preparing to die. I had written a lot of material over the years, so I went to my friend, Timmy Samuel and asked if he would record the songs, to document them. I don’t know if he knew why, but he recorded them all. These are the DEMOcrat records on iTunes. There are actually three—only the “Songs from Tunnelvision” is iTunes.  There is a record of instrumentals, and a record of covers, too. Once the recording was done, I was preparing myself to depart.

MissParker: I am so sorry to hear that—how awful. Obviously, I’m glad that you didn’t depart this lifetime. Is this how you ended up in Tampa?

Billy Ramsey and Tim Cain at David Bowie Is exhibit in Chicago

Tim Cain: Oddly, when my then-partner placed a gun in our home to facilitate my departure, I realized the problem was my life in Illinois. I fled to St. Petersburg, and have never been happier in my life. I met my husband, Billy Ramsey. I completed the Tunnelvision album with his help in 2016. When the rock opera was produced at Studio@620 in St. Pete in 2017, we were the “pit band” for 8 performances and were singled out by critics as being “amazing.” We were nominated that year in Creative Loafing’s “Best of the Bay” awards as Best Local Band.

The band has had a few guitarists since we began in Florida, but now has solidified into the current lineup: Billy and I, drummer John Spinelli, and lead guitarist Keith Otten.

Missparker: I think I know one of them, but who are your influences, and why?

Tim Cain: Yes, you and I share an avatar in David Bowie. He dominates my aesthetic, musically and artistically. As a songwriter, I emulate his atmospheres, but not his subject matter. I tend to bounce between the poetic and political—much more definitive than Mr. Bowie. But I would say I am filtered through the Beatles, Stones, Kinks, T Rex, Cars, Devo, Talking Heads, and more.

Missparker: Personally, I always find this type of question difficult to answer, and sort of stupid. But, I think it gives people some insight into what makes a person tick, so bear with me. If you were marooned on Mars and only had 5 albums with you, which ones would they be?

Tim Cain: Oh dear! Well here goes: Bowie’s “Aladdin Sane,” Beatles’ “The Beatles” (White Album), Prince’s “Sign of the Times,” Stevie Wonder’s “Songs In The Key of Life,” and Brian Eno’s “Another Green World.”

Missparker: I love the glam look you project onstage. You seem perfectly comfortable with it and well-suited for it. Who does your make-up and clothing?

Tim Cain: You are so sweet, Miss P. I am guilty of my costumes and make-up.

Missparker: Who writes your music? Is it a solo effort, or collaboration?

Tim Cain: I am the sole writer of Boys’ Entrance.

Missparker: What inspires your music? In other words, where do you gather the ideas that you translate into aural artistry?

Tim Cain: Sandy, I believe I am a conduit for music from elsewhere. I am also a filter—so I influence the outcome. When I am in a situation where I have a receptive band, and the ability to record, 7 songs pour into (or out of) me. Once the band learns those 7, seven more will come. It is not always 7, but this is frequently the case. I have experienced riding a bicycle and having a song hit me in the face as though I rode through a spider’s web—the music and words—all at once. Back in the day, I would carry a tape recorder with me and capture the songs as they came. Today it is easier with cell phones.

Frequently, when I am drawn to the Ensoniq, I go into a trance, and the whole song is completed without my remembering how it came to be. I think I am channeling—who knows who—maybe my Dad? Maybe Fletcher? I don’t know. If you listen to the song “Hush” on my “In Through The Out Door” record, that is a one-take trance song.

Missparker: That’s amazing. Additionally, does the current disarray so prevalent in our own world also fuel the creativity as a pressure-valve release, so to speak?

Tim Cain: I sometimes brood over a song or a theme for a very long time.  Case in point is a new song that took a decade or so to write. The song is called, “Chant For The Hauntlings” and is about the spirits of all the animals I pray for when I pass their lifeless bodies along our roads. I pray, “ God bless you sweet spirit. Return to the Mother. Return to the Light.” That is the chorus to the song. It will be on my next solo record, I think. So yes, I frequently write about ecology, politics, and spirituality. The songs help crystalize my feelings about life.

Missparker: You’ve shared that you’re working on a collection of David Bowie covers, along with covers of other well-known glam bands and singers. What led you to go in that direction?

Tim Cain: While we are rated the #1 Alternative Rock band in the region on Reverbnation—one of the most amazing reasons I love Florida—the music venues are not geared toward original music. I thought it might be easier if we did our own spin on Glam rock. So I came up with the term, 21st Century Glam Rock. We can play the “tribute band” circuit.

Boys’ Entrance LIVE, cover of China Girl

Missparker: How did you decide which songs and artists to cover?

Tim Cain: Our new project is called, Bowie’s Entrance, and it is all music inspired by Bowie from the 70s, 80’s 90’s and 2000’s.

Missparker: What can we expect to see from Boys’ Entrance over the next 5 years?

Tim Cain: First up, we have a new live album called, “Boys’ Entrance presents, Bowie’s Entrance.” We recorded it this month live in a studio—12 songs in 5 hours and the band is astoundingly good. This is the 42nd anniversary of the release of “Heroes”.  So you know we had to record it. The result is amazing. It sounds so alive. All of the songs do. That is what this is all about- keeping the music alive! It is so good to hear it as an audience hears it. Thereafter, who knows? I am sure we will continue recording original music—I have too many sitting around.

Boys’ Entrance LIVE 2015, cover, All The Young Dudes

Missparker: What advice would you give to aspiring singers and musicians? How would that advice differ for members of the LGBTQ community?

Tim Cain: PLEASE, do it if it is important to YOU! Don’t do it for external reasons. Make it MEAN something. Content is key. As for the LGBTQ audience, I wrote music for them for 30 years. They never wanted to hear any of it because it was rock. We have always been more popular with straight audiences because they like rock. Oddly enough, our most popular song with straight audiences is “Mr. Sissy.” I don’t know if it is the novelty of hearing someone say those words, or the defiance in the song. I don’t suppose it matters. For some reason they love it.

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I’m very grateful to Tim Cain for his time and his gracious insight. Please get acquainted with, and show your support for Tim, Boys’ Entrance, and this wonderful musical experience.

www.boysentrance.com

www.reverbnation.com/boysentrance

Marsbar Playlist ~ 9-22-2019

September 22, 2019

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’s the complete list, thanks to ever-efficient post-10PM assistance from JerusalemSlim:

Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa – I’d Rather Go Blind (live)
Big Brother & The Holding Company – Summertime
Blackmore’s Night – Wish You Were Here
Bobby Bazini – Summer Is Gone
Bobby Bland – Sunday Morning Love
Bob Dylan – What Good Am I?
Bruce Springsteen – Streets Of Philadelphia
Carole Pope/Sara T. Russell – Some Velvet Morning
Cars – Drive (extended version)
Church Of Trees feat. Krista Hartman – Me, Myself & I
Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams – Get Lucky
David Bowie – Blue Jean (extended dance mix)
David Bowie – Cat People (Putting Out Fire)
David Sylvian and Ryuichi Sakamoto – Forbidden Colours
Dee Long – Good Night Universe
Doors – Summer’s Almost Gone
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong – Summertime
Elliott Murphy – Rock Ballad
Flash & The Pan – California
Fred Schneider – Monster
Garfield – Moments
Genesis – Cinema Show
Greta Keller – Goodbye To Summer
Harlem Gospel Choir – All You Need Is Love
Harlem Gospel Choir – Hey Jude
Japan – Life In Tokyo (12″ extended version)
Julian Troiano – Try
Level 42 – Lessons In Love
Mark Knopfler – Lights Of Taormina
Massive Attack – Lately
Molly Johnson – Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)
Moody Blues – Melancholy Man (full version)
Motorhead – (Orgasmatron BBC Radio 1 Friday Rock Show–Spoken Word)
Patsy Cline – Crazy
Paul Weller – You Do Something To Me
Peter Gabriel/Kate Bush – Don’t Give Up
Ray Charles – Old Man River
Rob Stuart – A Beautiful Thing
Roger Waters – Perfect Sense (Parts I & II)
Simple Minds – Someone Somewhere (In Summertime) (extended mix)
Smiths – How Soon Is Now?
Sunlounger – White Sand (Chill Out Edit)
War On Drugs – Thinking Of A Place
William Shatner – Has Been
Willy DeVille – Across The Borderline

 

Marsbar Playlist ~ 9-21-2019

September 21, 2019

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’s the complete list, compliments of the late night efforts of TheBarron:

54-40 – Keep On Walking
Art Of Noise feat. Max Headroom – Paranoimia (The Paranoid Mix)
Billy Idol/Generation X – Hot In The City/Love Calling/White Wedding/Dancing With Myself/Rebel Yell (mash-up)
Bonaparte – Melody X
Church Of Trees – Like Gary Numan
Crimea – Lottery Winners On Acid
Crowbar – Oh What A Feeling
Cure – Lullaby
Cut Copy – Need You Now
David Gray – Say Hello, Wave Goodbye
Dee Long – Good Night Universe
Elbow – Starlings
Flash & The Pan – Hey St. Peter
Front Line Assembly – Transmitter (Come Together)
Goddo – Under My Hat (Eddie Kramer Remix)
Goldfrapp – Ride A White Horse
Ian Hunter – Ships
Iggy Pop – James Bond
Imagination Machine – A Northern Evening
John Stewart – Daydream Believer
Odette Telleria – A Day In The Life
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark – Souvenir (extended remix)
Parliament – Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)
Pink Floyd – Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Delicate Sound Of Thunder Version)
Primal Scream – Loaded
Prince – Rocknroll Loveaffair
Public Service Broadcasting – Roygbiv
Rammstein – Radio
Richard Wright – Night Of A Thousand Furry Toys
Rita Marley – One Draw
Rob Stuart – A Beautiful Thing
Roxy Music – Dance Away
Roy Orbison/kd lang – Crying
Sigue Sigue Sputnik – Love Missile F1-11 (Ultraviolence Mix)
SLAVE to the SQUAREwave – Here Comes My Man
Specials – The Lunatics (2019)
Super Birthday – Cracked Mad And Crazy
Talking Heads – Once In A Lifetime (extended mix)
Terry Draper – Afternoon In Amsterdam
Thomas Dolby – She Blinded Me With Science
U2 – Mysterious Ways (extended remix)
Underworld – Bird 1 (Patrice Baumel remix)
Visage – Love Glove (Orchestral version)

 

Marsbar Playlist ~ 9-15-2019

September 15, 2019

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’s the somewhat complete list (my fault) thanks to ever-efficient late night assistance from JerusalemSlim. There are two missing songs…one is indicated in the list below, and the other was missed entirely when my wireless mouse died and I had to restart the computer after finding a fresh battery.

??? – No Other Plan Just Want To Hold Your Hand
Aim – Cold Water Music
Band – Tears Of Rage
Beach Boys – Kokomo
Beloved – Sweet Harmony
Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa – I’d Rather Go Blind
Boy George – The Crying Game
Brian Eno & John Cale – Spinning Away
Cars – Good Times Roll
Damned – Beauty Of The Beast
Dandy Warhols – We Used To Be Friends
David Bowie – Five Years
David Marsden – Reading from Andre Aciman’s Call Me By Your Name: “We rip out so much of ourselves…” (Music: Pachelbel’s Canon)
Dee Long – Good Night Universe
Deftones – Drive
Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush – Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
Garfield – Private Affair
Gary Moore – Still Got The Blues
Gary Numan – Music For Chameleons
Imagination Machine – A Northern Evening
Jonathan King – Everyone’s Gone To The Moon
Koop – Koop Island Blues
Leonard Cohen – In My Secret Life
Leon Russell, Willie Nelson, Ray Charles – A Song For You (live)
Mark Knopfler – Finale–Last Exit To Brooklyn
Mick Ronson – Billy Porter
Mink DeVille – The Moonlight Let Me Down
Moody Blues – I Know You’re Out There Somewhere
Motels – Suddenly Last Summer
Pink Floyd – One Slip
Pink Floyd – The Narrow Way (Part 3)
Prince – Purple Rain
Procol Harum – A Salty Dog
Propellerheads feat. Miss Shirley Bassey – History Repeating
Rare Bird – Sympathy
Ray Charles & Willie Nelson – Seven Spanish Angels
Rob Stuart – A Beautiful Thing
Robbie Robertson – Unbound
Rod Serling – The Twilight Zone (Dramatic Twilight)
Rod Stewart – Country Comfort
SLAVE To The SQUAREwave – Worlds Away
Sufjan Stevens – Mystery Of Love
Tom Robinson – Atmospherics: Listen To The Radio
Utah Saints – Love Song
Vangelis feat. Jon Anderson – So Long Ago So Clear
Within Temptation – Our Farewell
ZZ Top – Blue Jean Blues

 

Marsbar Playlist ~ 9-14-2019

September 14, 2019

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’s the complete list, thanks to always appreciated post-10PM assistance from TheBarron:

54-40 – How’s Your Day Going
Alabama 3 – Woke Up This Morning
Billy Idol – Mony Mony (Hung Like A Pony mix)
Curiosity Killed The Cat – Ball And Chain
David Clayton Thomas – Never Again
David Gilmour – Rattle That Lock (extended mix)
Dee Long – Diamond Rain
Dee Long – Good Night Universe
Disturbed – Sounds Of Silence
Fleece – Riverside
Frank Zappa – Disco Boy
Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Relax (New York mix)
Hidden Cameras – Ordinary Over You
Jeff Beck – Blues Deluxe
John Lennon – #9 Dream
Laid Back – Sunshine Reggae (12″ version)
Long John Baldry – Let’s Burn Down the Cornfield
Meat Puppets – Backwater
Members – Working Girl (Martin Rushant mix)
Molly Johnson – Boogie Street
Monkees – Last Train To Clarksville
New Order – Plastic
Peter Gabriel/Kate Bush – Don’t Give Up
Peter Schilling – Major Tom (Coming Home)
Pop Will Eat Itself – Def Con One (Doomsday Power Mix)
Psychedelic Furs – Heartbeat (extended mix)
Pursuit Of Happiness – I’m An Adult Now
Rob Stuart – A Beautiful Thing
Robbie Robertson – Unbound (Glen Ballard Remix)
Roger Waters – Get Back To Radio
Rupert Hine – The Set-Up
Santana Feat John Lee Hooker – The Healer
Simply Red – Money’s Too Tight (To Mention) (The Cutback Mix)
SLAVE to the SQUAREwave – Sacrifice
Sly And The Family Stone – Family Affair
Smiths – There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
Stranglers – You’ll Always Reap What You Sow
Taco – Puttin’ On The Ritz
Tommy James & The Shondells – I Think We’re Alone Now
Ultravox – Dancing With Tears In My Eyes
Visage – The Damned Don’t Cry (extended)
War On Drugs – Strangest Things
Was (Not Was) – Walk The Dinosaur
Wendy Carlos – Theme From A Clockwork Orange
Yello – Desire (Club mix)