Saturday, May 3, 2008

May 2, 2008

Here's a new first. I recorded about a minute of a track I couldn't ID that was played around 9:30. If you're interested, please have a listen and if you know the song or artist, please leave me a comment.

?? - ?? - now ID'd see the comments!
?? (Cover of Genesis) - Watcher Of The Skies
?? (Cover of Jimi Hendrix) - Little Wing
After The Fire - Der Kommissar (Long Version)
Age Of Electric - Remote Control
Ali Slaight - Hey You
Alice In Videoland - Going Down
Alphaville - Forever Young
Autograph - Turn Up the Radio
Boys Brigade - Into The Flow
Busted - Thunderbirds Are Go
Champion Heartache - Snow Drift
China Crisis - Working With Fire & Steel
Chris Spedding - Guitar Jamboree
Dee Long - Good Night Universe
Dr. John - Accentuate The Positive
Eight Seconds - Kiss You When It's Dangerous
Frank Zappa - Dancin' Fool
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Relax
Gary Numan - We Are Glass
Heaven 17 - Crushed By The Wheels Of Industry
Hunter Valentine - Van City
Ian Dury & The Blockheads - Spasticus Autisticus
James Collins - Since Tina Moved In
Klaatu - Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft
Level 42 - Hot Water
Magazine - The Light Pours Out Of Me
Martha & The Muffins - Echo Beach
Moev - Alibis
Nash The Slash - Who Do You Love
Nightwish - Sleeping Sun
Oingo Boingo - Weird Science
Paul Young - Come Back & Stay
Pink Floyd - ?? Instrumental - David talked about this being the final encore of a show he saw in Montreal
Roger Waters - Towers Of Faith
Romeo Void - Never Say Never (ext)
Rough Trade - Weapons
Simply Red - Jericho
Slave To The SQUAREwave - New York's A Go Go
Sly & The Family Stone - Dance To The Music
Spiral Beach - Teddy Black
Tears For Fears - Everybody Wants To Rule The World
The Boomtown Rats - Dave
The Cure - Lovesong
The Isley Brothers - Shout
The Mighty Wah! - The Story Of The Blues
The Passion Puppets - Like Dust
The Populars - Smartbomb
The Selecter - James Bond
The Sisters of Mercy - Dominion/Mother Russia
The Stranglers - Peaches
The Thought - I Had Too Much Too Dream (Last Night)
The Water Walk - Never Leaving Eden Again

Note: tracks above are presented in alphabetical order rather than the order they were played. Anything I couldn't ID isn't included.


7 comments:

Miss Parker said...

The sample is driving me nuts...been trying to find lyrics off and on all day, but to no avail. I heard the "Little Wing" cover last night and I'd be willing to bet it's Stevie Ray Vaughn. He did an outstanding cover which I have on CD packed up in a box somewhere.
:-)

Marsden Planet said...

Thanks for the comment - I tried googling some of the lyrics for that unknown song (to me anyways!)as well, with no luck either. Sometimes that works like a charm, sometimes nothing...

On Little Wing - I have a Stevie Ray Vaughn version of Little Wing and David does play that version on a semi-regular basis. I thought the SRV version was totally instrumental (just the singing of his guitar) - just playing it now to confirm that was the case. There were definitely vocals in the version that David played.

Glen said...

That unknown song has me stumped too. Google and Yahoo engine searches did not reveal pertinent results.

While the song was playing, I was going to ask David in Marsbartheater chatroom what the song title is and the artist but didn't.

Marsden Planet said...

Thanks for the comment. I'm reasonably certain that David's played that one before and he's likely to play it again, and with some luck he'll back announce who it is next time!

Glen said...

Hello,

David has played this one a few times before. Like before, I'm still stumped about the artist and title of this mysterious song.

I asked David in the chatroom about us being stumped for the song's identiy but David didn't notice my question. Besides, a week had passed so I wouldn't expect him to recall it.

Glen

Marsden Planet said...

Thanks for the note - it may take some time, but I'm sure with enough of us working on it, we'll get it figured out.

I can understand David missing out on a few messages as he's got e-mail, the chat room and playing the music to try to keep up on - he's got many tasks to juggle durung a show!

Marsden Planet said...

The mystery track has been ID'd - with thanks to Miss Parker I can now confirm that the mystery track is The Water Walk's - Never Leaving Eden Again which appeared on their 1990 album on the Nettwerk label called Thingamajig.