Saturday, August 9, 2008

August 8, 2008

Ralph (Marsden Planet) was only able to attend the latter part of the show. Meanwhile, Soccerfan and I compiled the major portion of tonight's list.

David brought some spectacular tunage to the airwaves. In addition to lighting up the night in a way that only he can, David added some unusual mixes to spice up an already tingling hot set.

Thank you, David for making the wait to enter the Marsbar Theatre this week much more than worthwhile. Once again, we look forward to joining you same time, same place, next week. Cheers!

A-Ha – The Sun Always Shines on TV
Alex Sweeton - If You See Me
Bauhaus – Ziggy Stardust
Blancmange – Blind Vision
Book of Love – Boy
Camper Van Beethoven – Take the Skinheads Bowling
Carole Pope – Love Strikes Hard
Champion Heartache – Snowdrift
Clash – Police on My Back
Concrete Blonde – Everybody Knows
Dee Long - Goodnight Universe
Dee Long - Mad Magazine
Echo and the Bunnymen – Killing Moon
Econoline Crush – All That You Are
English Beat – Whine and Grind/Stand Down Margaret
Filter and Crystal Method – Trip Like I Do
Frank Zappa – Montana
Front Line Aseembly - Civilization
Gang of Four – Is it Love?
Golden Dogs – Saints at the Gates
Heaven 17 – Let Me Go
Hidden Cameras – Mild Mannered Army
Hunter Valentine - Staten Island Dream Tour
Icehouse – Cross the Border
Jim Carroll Band – People Who Died
Leon Russell – Pisces Apple Lady
Lloyd Cole – Speedboat
Mental as Anything – Live it Up
Mighty Lemon Drops – Inside Out
Mighty Wah – Story of the Blues
Modern Romance – Bring on the Funkateers
Peter Schilling – Major Tom
Pink Floyd – See Emily Play
Pop Will eat Itself – Def Con One
Priddle Concern – Dive
Psychedelic Furs – Heartbreak Beat
Roger Waters – The Tide is Turning
Sam Roberts – The Canadian Dream
Scissor Sisters – Lovers in the Backseat
Sigue Sigue Sputnik – Atari Baby
SLAVE to the SQUAREwave – London Baby
SLAVE to the SQUAREwave – Pumpin’ Up the P House
Small Faces - Itchy Coo Park
Spoons - Ciao
Spoons – Nova Heart
Squeeze – Another Nail in My Heart
Supertramp – Brother Where You Bound
Talking Heads – Burning Down the House
Teenage Head – Disgusteen
Thoughts - Too Much to Dream Last Night
Tommy Bolin – Post Toastee
Tubes – What Do You Want From Life?
Vital Sines – Collage
Waterboys – Church Not Made with Hands
Waterwalk – Never Leaving Eden Again

If you listened to the show and have any additions, corrections, or comments, please feel free to add them here.

12 comments:

Marsden Planet said...

I think Mad Magazine is by Dee Long - definitely not Roger!

Thanks for posting tonight's (last night's??) list!

Miss Parker said...

I am fixing it as we speak! :-)

My pleasure.

PS - if anyone can confirm whether or not the Alex Sweeton song was actually played, I would be very grateful. It mysteriously appeared on the Neilsen BDS list, but neither Ralph nor I could remember hearing it.

Glen said...

Miss Parker,

I will investigate later today. Alas, that will be a challenge as I have never heard Alex Sweeton before!

Glen

Miss Parker said...

Hi Glen,

If you don't recall hearing it, then that makes three of us. I think it was some strange manifestation...a "Song from Beyond" perhaps? ;-)

Thanks again for your help!

Glen said...

Greetings, you two.

Here's a listing in chronological order during that sequence from approximately 11 pm until David played Supertramp's Brother Where You Bound..

Blancmange - Blind Vision

Elliott Randall - Post Toastee )David says that Elliott Randall played Post Toastee. David proceeds to mention Dlliott's guitar work with Steely Dan).

Commercial break.

David back from commercial break.

An instrumental song (no vocals) that is a minute and 25 seconds in duration.

Supertramp - Brother Where You Bound.

More mystery? Possibly!
Glen

Miss Parker said...

Hi Glen!

Thank you for your excellent sleuthing skills. David mentioned the instrumental in the chatroom as being "Ciao" by The Spoons.

The big mystery for the night remains the Alex Sweeton listing that magically appeared on the BDS board. A message from the great beyond? Or just a technical glitch? We report, you decide.... ;-)

Glen said...

FLA is Front Line Assembly (if some readers were inquiring).

Marsden Planet said...

Thanks for the comments - finally getting around to replying to some of these. On the Elliott Randall/Tommy Bolin confusion - I can confirm 100% that the track that was played was Tommy Bolin and David got confused between the two artists.

Inquiring minds wanted to know, so I also updated the post to reflect FLA as Front Line Assembly :-)

Anonymous said...

Which track of mine was played on 8/7/08?
Peter Boyd
yangna@aol.com

Yangna said...

Which song of mine was played on your show?

Marsden Planet said...

Thanks for the comment - I don't see a listing for Peter Boyd in this particular playlist, but David has often played the song 'If I Even Wake' which appears on a number of the playlists I've compiled over the past couple years. I believe one other Peter Boyd track has been played on David's show, but he seems to primarily feature 'If I Even Wake'

Marsden Planet said...

I left an additional comment in the Aug 7, 2008 playlist as after leaving the above comment I found the partially id'd song there.