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|SONG||The Stories behind Marc Cohn's Songs||MISCELLANEOUS|
|Already Home||"It deals with that feeling that, 'I'm not going to find what I'm looking for out there. Nobody out there is going to be my savior.' It was hard to let go of that convenient delusion. Divorce wakes you up, and gladly so. Reality is a good place to have to live." |
|Careful What You Dream||Marc Cohns Comments on the songs of his album "Careful What You Dream"|
|Dance Back from the Grave||"I happened to be walking by the television when somebody on the news was reading a prose piece that I later found out was written by Rick Bragg, one of my favorite writers, and it was a piece about how was New Orleans gonna come back from this devastation. One of the lines that grabbed my attention as I was walking by the TV from this piece that Bragg wrote was that New Orleans was gonna have to dance back from the grave. The tradition of when someone dies there they dance towards the cemetery and then they leave the cemetery but this time the whole city would have to dance back from the grave. And of course the minute I heard that, I thought well: Number 1: That's a song title. Number 2: I have my own angle with which to write that. So it was one of those rare opportunities where it's really a song about two things at once but deeply related. It's about New Orleans and it was about my own personal sense that I needed to dance back from nearly being in the grave myself." |
[Telephone interview with Marc Cohn by Eric Alan from KLCC 89.7, Jan 13, 2016]
"Dance Back From the Grave" was inspired by and uses parts of author Rick Bragg's account of post-Katrina New Orleans. "This one line immediately drew me in: 'I've always seen the people of New Orleans dance right up to the edge of the grave. I guess now they'll have to dance back from it. It was an incredible image ... and it struck me harder because I'd just been shot. I tracked (Bragg) down 'cause I wanted to actually use things he wrote; a good one-third of that lyric was taken from that piece, so he's the co-writer of the song."
[Interview: "Life Events Broke Marc Cohn's Writer's Block" by Gary Graff of the Oakland Press]
The real sort of opening came as I was just passing the television on a Sunday morning Kathrina had just happened long enough for this fantastic author I later found who it was named Rick Bragg who I was already a fan of had written this beautiful prose poem honoring the people of New Orleans post Kathrina because he had lived there which I didn't know. All I heard as I was walking by the television because somebody was reading what he had written I think for the Washington Post I'm not positive was this line that said "I had seen the people of New Orleans who had always danced right up to the edge of the grave and now they were gonna have to learn how to dance back from it." And there was an immediate songwriter's light that's the only way I know how to put it where I thought "I can write that song "Dance back from the Grave" is a song considering what I met personally and what I have just heard. If I cannot write this song I'd better just give it up. The first thing I did was to try to get the complete piece that I had heard on the tv. I found out that it was this writer that I loved, a Pulitzer prize winner, had written an amazing memoir called "All over But the Shoutin" which I had read years ago. And I thought "Isn't that interesting that I already loved his voice and recognized it as something I loved again even without knowing it was him. So I called him up. He was excited to think of being an inadvertent songwriting collaborator, it was interesting to him. He said "Do it any way you want." So I ended up using quite a few of Rick's original lines in the song adding my own obviously and then putting it to music.
[Source: "Marc Cohn: Inspiration from an Arkansas Roadhouse" October 11, 2007 by David Dye, host of World Cafe, http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=15183040]
|["How long, before that city reforms. Some people say it never will. But I have seen these people dance, laughing, to the edge of a grave. I believe that, now, they will dance back from it."
Rick Bragg, This Isn't the Last Dance, washingtonpost.com, September 2, 2005]
|Dig Down Deep||A few of you wanted to know what is actually being whispered at the beginning of the studio version of that song. Rest assured...even if I knew...I wouldn't tell you! One of the musicians on that track...the Armenian percussionist Arto Tuncboyaciyan...is the mysterious song- whisperer. Way back when he told me that he had recited a portion of an Armenian prayer...but only Arto knows for sure. |
[MC Facebook, March 20, 2013}
"It was definitely influenced by Van Morrison, I'm a huge Van Morrison fan, my love for his music is pretty easy to decipher in that song. (…) I think it actually would be very cool to hear Lady Gaga sing it. [Chuckles] Pretty strange and wonderful, I think she would relate to the lyric. I actually think she's a really good singer. Somebody like that, Miley Cyrus, that would be good."
|Zee ko eh arkayootyoon yev zorootyoon yev park havidyanes. [One Cohnhead named David on Facebook] = For Thine is the Kingdom and the power and the glory forever. = Denn dein ist das Reich und die Kraft und die Herrlichkeit in Ewigkeit.|
|Ellis Island||There was a very strong sense of identity, even spiritually, that I gained from visiting there. I was there as an invited guest, and it wasn't long ago that relatives of mine were there under incredible duress and uncertainty."
The night of 9/11 Marc Cohn played "Ellis Island" @ Ground Zero on NBC. [Source: Comment at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQUbuIlGhrs] When exactly did this happen?
|Materials on Ellis Island, e.g. songs by people other than Marc Cohn|
|Ghost Train||"Ghost Train" is a song about the day my mom died, when I was a child.
[Source: Robin Milling: Milling About with Marc Cohn, http://www.blogtalkradio.com/robin-milling/2016/06/29/milling-about-with-marc-cohn]
It was one of the last songs i wrote for my debut record on Atlantic. I had a Korg SG1D set up in a house i was living in in Ct that had that great electric piano sound you hear on the record. There was a drum machine that i used for a year or so and i just quickly found a rudimentary bongo beat to play along to. I think i had the title first and started to almost subconsciously write the narrative about the passing of my mother when i was 2 years old...from a 2 year olds near pre-verbal perspective. The imagery of everything being washed away...destroyed...makes perfect sense from that vantage point. Still like this lyric and have always been proud of the recording itself. A high water mark for sure. This tune was really where my musical relationship with John Leventhal began...as he's responsible for that great 6-string bass solo and for helping to make that track come alive. Ben Wisch did an amazing job as well...both as an engineer and producer. I remember consciously trying to sound like Gerry Rafferty when I sang it...I was listening a lot to "Right Down The Line" back then and fell in love with his understated but soulful vocal approach. I think I played and sang it in one or two takes with only that bongo sound in my headphones to play along to. We added the rest of the band later. Very unusual method for me...but it worked!
[Source: Marc Cohn facebook, February 25, 2013]
|Let Me Be Your Witness||This song is from my album "Join The Parade" and was co- written with my longtime and brilliantly talented friend Kenny White. (Please check out Kenny's music if you don't already know it on iTunes or anywhere you buy music. A song called "In Magnolia" is a favorite of mine and a good place to start).
Kenny contributed greatly to my first record...arranging and singing background parts, playing keys etc. Aside from John Leventhal, he's really the only person i've ever had any success collaborating with...and i think this is our best tune together by far.
I think i had a nearly completed lyric when I came to Kenny asking for his help with the music. I don't know why I didn't have access to my own piano at the time, but we ended up writing most of the song on a piano in the main sanctuary of a church on West End Avenue in NYC; I'm sure it helped give the song some of its Gospel feeling.
The central theme of the lyric... about being someone's witness... came from a book i read years before called "The Drama Of The Gifted Child" by Alice Miller...a renowned psychologist. Miller wrote about the importance of a child having someone in their lives that truly "saw them" for who they were, whether it be a parent, a teacher, a sibling...anyone. According to Miller, having someone that could essentially be your "witness" was the difference between a fairly well-adjusted child and one that might have ongoing issues. I remember this idea moving me deeply at the time and it found its way years later into this song... written for my wife Elizabeth.
It wasn't a hit, but I think it's a strong song. (Been thinking lately about trying to get it to Annie Lennox. I think she could sing it beautifully).
[Source: Marc Cohn facebook, April 22, 2013]
I can tell you one part of the story, which isn't the crucial part. My third child Zachary had just been born. I had this upright piano in our living room. I was already struggling with writer's block as we've talked about, but now he's born and I found: when he's awake I cannot play, because all he wants to do is Come play with me and he's banging on the keys and all that. And when he's asleep I can't play because I wake him up. So I literally had to spend weeks looking for a place I could just go find a piano cause I had a few lyrics and one of them was "Let me be a witness" but I had no music. So what I did was I just gave the lyrics to a few of my friends because I could not actually sit down at a piano and I instinctively thought it was a piano song even though I could have tried to write something on guitar. I did give it to a friend of mine named Kenny White who is a really good songwriter in his own right and he came up with a good deal of the music. Then we found a church on Westend Avenue in NYC, a beautiful church where you could actually rent out the sanctuary for 20 dollars an hour. It had a grand piano on the stage and I'd go in there tried to play when my son was sleeping [laughs] It was only a few blocks from my house. Kenny and I finished the song there together. It's an homage to and a love song for my wife, let's just be plain about it come out and say it. She's the inspiration for this tune and there you go.
[Transcript by Volker Pöhls, Source: Marc Cohn: Inspiration from an Arkansas Roadhouse, Interview with David Dye, October 11, 2007, http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=15183040]
|Listening to Levon||The song, he explained, is about young love, about a 16-year-old sitting in his old man's Blue Valiant ready for "the moment of all his junior year, just seconds from his first deep kiss," when Levon comes on the radio and "the girl all but disappears." "It's a moment like that that a young man has to realize that he's a musician … or he's gay, not that there's anything wrong with that," Cohn joked. Seriously, it's a sentiment familiar to music lovers everywhere. With that the ballad unfolded, with Fontayne adding emotion with the harmonica. |
"Any of my songs are really tributes and homages to musicians and to music. "Walking in Memphis" was essentially a song about the transformational healing power of music. And "Listening to Levon" is about that, too, and it name-checks one of my favorites which is to Levon Helm and The Band. It's really a song about young love and about the healing power of music which is something I can still sing about with great feeling cause it still resonates for me. I don't really know where that song came from or why it came out that way. I think I had read something on the internet about someone who was playing a Levon or Elton John song for his girlfriend and could not concentrate any more. And that took me off into my own direction about Levon Helm and the power of his voice and musicianship. "I mean "lost" in a good way, "lost" so that you just cannot focus on anything else. Music does that to me all the time. If I am having a conversation with somebody and music is playing with something that I like in the background, it's not the background any more. All of a sudden music is the thing I'm listening to and I cannot hear the person that's talking. So I very often have to say "Could you please turn down the music" cause I'm only listening to that. It's always the one thing I'm drawn to: What's that sound?
[Transcript by Volker Pöhls, Source: Intervista a Marc Cohn - Il cantautore si racconta, Interview by Ezio Guaitamacchi with Marc Cohn on Jam TV in Italy (Youtube, published on July 15, 2016), http://www.inthespotlightinc.org/2008/08/toby-lightman-marc-cohn.html
"This is a tune that takes place with a 16-year-old in his father's car, in the case of this tune a blue Valiant, he's got the girl of his dreams sitting there right beside him and all of a sudden this mystical sound comes out of the car radio and the girl who's talking very quickly about something important just completely disappears for the boy and he realizes at that moment that he must be a musician or gay, that's possible, too,[laughter] or a gay musician, which is totally fine, nothing wrong with that. Anyway, so this is an homage to the great Levon and an apology to a well now forty-year-old girl that's probably still talking."
[Transcript by Volker Pöhls, Source: Intro to "Listening to Levon, Live on Mountain Stage, December 29, 2008, http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=14387386, retrieved Feb 5, 2017}
David Dye: "It's interesting you have a song that mentions your dad. There's another car your dad has on this new album. Last time we heard from you he had a silver Thunderbird, but this time it's not quite as nice a car."
MC: [laughs] "That's right. That's a little wink to my audience or anybody that's been paying attention. He actually had this silver Thunderbird. I changed it up a little bit. Actually, you know it's funny. I saw somewhere something about a blue Valiant and I thought I might as well put that in there, confuse everybody.
DD: (…) Everybody kind of laughed about the change. Everybody noticed the change of car.
MC: I appreciate you paying such close attention.
DD: Now, has Mary heard the song yet, replied, you don't know?
MC: I've got to admit to you: This is the one time, there's really no Mary. I mean there is a sort of Mary out there but there isn't one person I'm thinking of in this song. Actually, let me think about this. No, there is a Mary. No, there were a few Marys. It was highschool. There is a Levon, that's for sure."
[Transcript by Volker Pöhls, Source: Marc Cohn: Inspiration from an Arkansas Roadhouse, October 11, 2007, http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=15183040, retrieved Feb 5, 2017}
|Live out the String||I had this really good friend who was in my first band in highschool [called Doanbrook Hotel] who became an elementary school teacher, a brilliant guy. Yes for school teachers! He wrote me an email about two or three days after the shooting he heard about it in the newspaper, read about it, I guess, and he wrote me this beautiful poetic email and the first line was: "Maybe life is curious to see what you would do with the gift of being left alive." To make a long story short I wrote a song based on his email. Not only do I love the song but the elementary school teacher, he's gonna get royalties.
[Transcript by Volker Pöhls, Source: Spotlight Live, Wake Up With Woopi, Part 2 of 2, Hochgeladen am 01.03.2008, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHFFYBP1zG0] |
"It started in an e-mail from my friend Michael Silverstone, who was in my first band – we played coffee shops together, and he ended up becoming an elementary school teacher and I just happened to end up following my muse a little bit farther. In the end, it’s really one of the loveliest things that’s happened to me, to become this sort of inadvertent collaborator with him. He wrote me this beautiful e-mail shortly after I got shot, and it sounded like nothing but poetry to me, so I immediately started writing around the line from his e-mail that opens the song: “Maybe life is curious to see what you would do / With the gift of being alive.” I thought that sounded like a song to me, so in a couple of days I had a new song with my old friend.
[Source: "A Chat with Marc Cohn", by Jeff Giles of bullz-eye.com, 10/26/2007 , http://bullz-eye.com/music/interviews/2007/marc_cohn.htm]
MC=Marc Cohn: "I got lots of responses from lots of people but the most moving of course was from Michael who wrote me this message that was filled with poetry." MS=Michael Silverstone: "I saw an amazing possibility that I knew he could do which was: To look at this in an unconventional way, to look at it as a possibility: Really cherish and celebrate life!" MC: "I used many many lines from this message that he wrote to me and turned them into the lyric of one of my songs. I added about half of my own ideas, too. But one of the crucial lines that he wrote in that email after I got shot was: "Maybe life was curious to see what you would do with the gift of being left alive". MS: "He read me from Greek myth he had a ball of string of a person's life. You didn't know when it was gonna end, when the string was cut, your life was over. So live out the string!" MC: "I knew immediately it was a song and I just took his email to the piano and started writing. This wasn't just a case of 'Michael inspired me, I should call him and say thank you'. Michael was my co-writer. I should call him and say: 'You better get a publishing company cause you may have some royalty checks coming in and god willing these records sell a few copies.' It's probably one of the greatest feelings I have as a music maker to know that my old friend is now one of my song writing collaborators. It's just great." [Corrections of the transcript appreciated]
[Source: Friday, November 16, 2007, Beachwood's own singer-songwriter Marc Cohn collaborates with his old high school friend and bandmate, A poetic email inspired a song, by WKSU's VIVIAN GOODMAN, http://wksu.org/news/story/21580]
|The "String" refers to the thread of life from ancient Greek (and Roman) mythology: The three sister deities called the Moirai or Fates determine destiny and life. Clotho spins the thread of life; Lachesis determines how long one lives, by measuring the thread of life; and Atropos choses how someone dies by cutting the thread of life with her shears. So "Live out the string" could stand for the decision to fully exhaust the span of life alloted to you by the Moirai.
Greek myth: The Fates
|Lost You in the Canyon||Todd (VO): Okay, that's clearly Tom Petty. That's Tom Petty, right? I mean, that's Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers. I don't hear Marc Cohn anywhere else on this; this has to be Tom Petty. [Source: Channel Awesome, February 7th, 2014, http://thatguywiththeglasses.wikia.com/wiki/Walking_in_Memphis]|
|Olana||Marc Cohns Comments on "Olana"|
|Paint You a Picture||Is there a particular instrument, you most prefer to work with either in songwriting and/or on stage? MC: "It's interesting. I've always played guitar and piano, always written on both instruments. Besides there's a brandnew song I've just written that I may sing tonight, that I only sing acapella because I haven't put any chords to it yet. All I have is words (...) . So I've been closing some of my shows singing this brandnew song with no instrument. So for me it's all about the song and sometimes you don't even need an instrument to write." |
[Source: Marc Cohn Interview, April, 2015, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iq-6saTnIZc]
|Paper Walls||(...) a rollicking song about a couple having a rollicking time "next to me in room 502." He said it was his mother in law's favorite song and added "I knew the minute my future mother in law liked the song her daughter was for me." |
He said that musician David Crosby always joked that the record company "blew it" by not releasing the song "Paper Walls" off 1993's "The Rainy Season" as a single."
|Perfect Love||Loosely based on the arc of the love affair between one of my older brothers and his wife. The song follows them from Shaker Lake (in Cleveland where my family is from) to Rockaway Beach (where my sister-in-law grew up) to the '64 Worlds Fair (they really DID meet Robert Kennedy there), all the way to an autumnal country lane... somewhere in New England let's say.
I don't remember much about the writing of the song at this point except that i had lots of verses i didn't use and kept refining the ones i liked for quite some time. I remember EVERYTHING about the recording of the song though...especially when James Taylor dropped by to put down his vocal at Quad Studios near Times Square in NYC...sometime in the winter of 1990.
I had been very fortunate to meet James a few years before i got signed to Atlantic. He had been a life long hero of mine, so just being able to sit down and have lunch with him was a dream come true. Mainly he offered the best advice he could to a struggling unsigned artist and gave me the names and numbers of some players he thought could help me cut some demos of my songs. Then he went on his way.
Cut to a few yeas later. Now i'm a signed recording artist putting the finishing touches on my first record. It was a long journey...but the record is almost done. At some point after the whole track for Perfect Love was recorded, i got the idea to add sort of an answer background vocal part with the lyric "Under the moon and the stars above." If i'm honest...i knew that the melody line i was hearing in my head was identical to "Shower the people you love with love!" THAT'S when i knew i HAD to get in touch with James again and ask if he would consider singing on the song.
Frankly i didn't even know if he would remember me, but to make a very long story short...he left a message on my phone machine (that i still have on a cassette somewhere), saying how much he loved the song and that he'd be happy to sing on it!!
So in walks James. Quad Recording. 1990. He tells me he has a cold and isn't sure his voice is going to sound very good. Ha! Don't worry JT...i'm SURE you'll be great. As always. And he was. We ran it down a few times and before I knew it the session was over. I was hoping it would take forever, but it didn't. After James left the studio, my co-producer and engineer Ben Wisch and I started calling EVERYONE...holding the phone up to one of the studio monitors to share an unmixed playback of Perfect Love with JAMES TAYLOR SINGING ON IT!!!!! Dream come true. Then and now. Thanks for everything James. We ALL love you.
[Source: Marc Cohn facebook, March 4, 2013]
“Perfect Love,” a song he loosely based on his older brother’s relationship. The couple celebrated their 50th anniversary last month, Cohn said. “About three times more than my marriages combined,” he said.
[Source: Kristen Gaydos, citizensvoice.com, published: July 12, 2015]
"My brother was one of those people in my life (…) who was really present and able to see me for who I was. (...) I remember the first time I went to a therapist and told him about my upbringing. He said "Why do you seem so relatively okay?" (…) I said "Music and my Brother - this is about him."
[Source: Introduction for "Perfect Love" at the concert at Chautauqua Auditorium, Boulder, 23 July, 2016, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nfn-fx6buLY ]
"That's the season and the Fall with a capital 'F'. It's about my brother and his wife. It was a love story happening when America was falling apart at the seams. The assassinations, Vietnam, the race riots. Even when you were six or seven you felt it. To me now those people dying, the Kennedys, Martin Luther King, was the beginning of the end for America."
[Q MAGAZINE #65, 1992, quoted in: http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=21483]
|Saints Preserve Us||
"Saints Preserve Us", a poetic tale based on his older brother's memories of his mother's death. "Maybe because it's my brother's story and I had some distance on it, I could sort of understand that there is inherently something beautiful in somebody passing away - for them. But it's very painful to be left behind." Cohn says. |
[Source: Melinda Newman, "Atlantic's Cohn Back on Track", Billboard, 14. Febr. 1998]
"Whispering Pines" [by "The Band"]: Richard Manuel at his most soulful, brilliant, haunted best. My song "Saints Preserve Us" was hugely inspired by the vibe and feel of this song.
[Source: Marc Cohn facebook, March 16, 2013]
|Saving the Best for Last||In these popular representations, heaven seems to be a gated enclave holding only the people we want to see there, and certainly that would be our preference. Why spend eternity with people you didn't want to spend a few years with here on earth? Marc Cohn's song "Saving the Best for Last" sums up this idea. The song's narrator, an Asian cab driver who talks about heaven "like it was real" expresses his hope for an afterlife where he will "walk around on streets of gold all day / And you never have to listen / To what these customers say."
[Source: Entertaining Judgement: The Afterlife in Popular Imagination, by Greg Garrett, Oxford University Press, 2015, p. 108]
He gets into a cab and has a brief conversation with the driver. In their short trip the driver tells Marc about his hope for Heaven. He says that he knows Heaven must be real because surely there’s more to life than driving an old cab all day long. “Up there,” he says, “they must be ‘saving the best for last.’”
[Source: All That Is Fair: Saving the Best for Last, January 1, 2016 | James Parker, Southwood Presbyterian Church]
|She's Becoming Gold||The staircase "she's" running down, the cars in the distance, the snow on the hill, the driveway... are all images from a house i had in Wilton, Ct. back in the mid-80's where i wrote a large part of my first record and "The Rainy Season," which is the record this song appears on.
I think i was reading a book or an article about alchemy at the time. It explained/contended that the "science" of turning raw metals into gold was first and foremost, a metaphor for inner growth through self-examination... turning the raw materials we came here with as human beings into something beautiful and uniquely our own Individuation.
Both the songwriter and college psychology major in me was immediately drawn to this idea and i started painting this portrait of a woman. (Women are after all... my favorite subject). She's in the middle of a deep inner crisis... on the verge of a breakthrough or a breakdown (sometimes it's hard to tell the difference)...who has her "friends on the phone and her angels on guard."
The portrait is a composite of several women... and if i'm honest... looking back... it was a self-portrait too.
Musically, i was attempting to write something that had some of the beauty and depth of a Jimmy Webb song. I got as close as i could.
As far as arranging and producing the song in the studio...there are so many elements that make it one of my better recordings i think. The great percussionists (Arto and Glenn [Arto Tuncboyaciyan and Glen Velez - VP] if memory serves) were also featured on Dig Down Deep from the first record... and laid down a beautiful rhythmic bed for the rest of the track to float on. John Leventhal's guitar playing is gorgeous and Crosby and Nash's harmony vocals are (as always) stunning.
Special shout out to Ben Wisch who co-produced, recorded and mixed this track. This one has stood the test of time pretty well i think...still a favorite of mine to sing and play live as well.
[Source: Marc Cohn facebook, March 11, 2013]
|Silver Thunderbird||My father, Harry Cohn, was born April 23rd, 1900. He would have been 113 years old today. I'm not joking with you here...113!!
Apparently he was quite the ladies man back in the day, and family legend has it that he was engaged a time or two before marrying my mother Sarane (a beautiful name for a beautiful woman) when she was 22 and he was almost 40.
I was the last of Harry and Sarane's four boys and i was...let's just say...an unexpected surprise. My mother was 42, my father was 60 and my next YOUNGEST brother Steve was already 13 when i was born. I'm a man caught between generations.
As it turned out, the six of us didn't have that much time together.
My mom passed when i was two and my dad followed her ten years later when i was twelve; the type of events that might conspire to make a singer-songwriter out of someone i guess. If they're lucky.
I was already playing guitar, singing, and writing songs by the time i was 11....so my dad probably wouldn't be surprised at the way things turned out for me. Dad was an amazing singer; he had a beautiful baritone and his own unrealized dreams of making show biz his career i think. A few years before he died i recorded him singing "Those Were The Days" on a little cassette player i had at the time. Man i wish i still had that cassette today, but i could never find it. Trust me when i tell you he sounded like a cross between Bing Crosby and Mario Lanza!
Despite whatever dreams he might have had...he became a pharmacist by trade and yes...he drove a silver thunderbird.
I must have been 15 or 16 when i realized i needed/wanted to write a song about my old man...to capture something about his essence...that part of him that always felt so unknowable and mysterious to me when i was a kid.
I also knew the song had to be called Silver Thunderbird. As mysterious as he might have seemed to me, when he was in THAT CAR...he was also kind of cool.
Over the years i must have written a dozen versions of songs with that title...but they were never quite right.
One early version i had was very slow and deliberate and had that high lonesome bluegrass vibe to it...something someone like Emmylou Harris, Vince Gill or Alison Krauss might sing today. I still remember the opening verse which was meant to be sung a cappella:
Up the driveway
Saddest sound i ever heard
Was the sound of
My old father
And his silver Thunderbird"
That one wasn't bad...but it still wasn't right.
Then when i was about 25 or 26 i went to Memphis. After that the floodgates opened for me and i started writing the kinds of songs that i'd been hoping to write for as long as i could remember. I felt like at along last...i had finally found my voice.
Thunderbird couldn't have been written too long after "Walking In Memphis." I was on a roll and i knew it.
After ten years of walking around with that title in my head and writing version after version of the song...when the one that felt right and true finally came...it came fast. Music and words together as i recall...most of it in one or two sittings over the course of a few days.
Just looking at it objectively from a distance now...it has a sophisticated and unusual rhyme scheme and some really wonderful rhymes.
"You could hardly even see him in all that chrome
The man with the plan and the pocket comb
But every night it carried him home..."
There he is.
Happy Birthday Dad. Hope you like your song.
[Source: Marc Cohn facebook, April 23, 2013]
|Strangers in a car||"I do recall with certainty Marc explaining that the song came about from a dream he was having where someone was abducted. He woke and went straight to the piano where the wonderful chords progression emerged. He then started singing the song and wrote the lyrics in about 20 minutes." |
|The Calling (Ghost of Charlie Christian)||Interviewer Eric Alan: "There's a song on "Join the Parade" that's dedicated in a way to Charlie Christian, the great electric guitar player. How did he find his way into your musical world?"
MC: "Gosh, that's a mystery. That's another example of me tipping my hat and namechecking another legendary musician. It's amazing how many times I've done that. (…) I was waiting for my producer, good friend, songwriting partner John Leventhal, who's really been an important part of my whole journey, musically, I was waiting for him after the first record had become a hit. We were about to start work on my second record. I was writing most of that record in a house that I had just bought really for the express purpose of having a place to go and get some quiet to write and I had a bunch of new songs already and John was taking a train up from the city to hear what I had. And while I was waiting for his arrival, I wrote this song that starts out "Johnny took the 4: 05 and he rode it, rode it down the line, but he did not know that the ghost of Charlie Christian was riding, too." That was literally me waiting for my producer [laughs], John, to come and listen to my new songs. I wrote this song while I was waiting so I had one more to play when he got there. (…) I just had this kind of a waking dream about the ghost of Charlie Christian appearing on the train and infusing my friend with his magical guitar playing powers. That's where that song came from. I think it took me about 20 minutes to write that song.
[Telephone interview with Marc Cohn by Eric Alan from KLCC 89.7, Jan 13, 2016]
This one sort of mentions Charlie Christian, it's called Charlie Christian's tune who was a real pioneer of the electric guitar. This song was actually written around 1993 when I was making my second record with John Leventhal and with Ben Wisch. John was coming up to see me at this place that I have that I was trying to write the record in, this house in Connecticut. He was coming on the 4:05 train on the New Haven Line. I had some songs written but not enough, I didn't think, for a full record and I thought "Maybe before he gets here I can write one more." It didn't take me long until I had this line "Johnny took the 4:05 and he rode it down the line" and I just imagined this scenario of "What was it that made John a guitar player?" So I made up my own story that he had been touched by the ghost of Charlie Christian on a train ride in some point in the past. By the time he got there I had one more song.
[Source: Interview with David Dye, Marc Cohn: Inspiration from an Arkansas Roadhouse, October 11, 2007, http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=15183040]
|The Coldest Corner in the World||“I told the film director that my song isn’t really a holiday song. It’s a personal song with a lot of wintry overtones.” |
[Source: David Steinberg for the Albuquerque Journal, June 13th, 2014]
"The director wanted a variety of singer-songwriters to write whatever their version of a holiday song would be, and, of course, that assignment immediately terrified me," Cohn said. "But then he said, 'you know, it doesn't have to be happy, Marc.' "And once I heard that it didn't have to be a happy song, I was in. So, I wrote him one of the darkest holiday songs you could possibly imagine."
[Marc Cohn reflects on 'Walking in Memphis', interview by Dan Armonaitis, goupstate.com, Jul 10, 2014]
"my best brooding Jew ballad"
[https://outgoingsignals.com/2015/05/07/marc-cohn-the-20th-century-theatre-5615/, May 6, 2015]
|The track was produced, engineered and mixed by the mighty John Leventhal. JL plays all guitars and bass as well... including the gorgeous solo at the end.
Drums: Denny McDermott
Keyboards: Glenn Patscha
Percussion: Joe Bonadio
Piano, Vocal: MC
Additional engineering: Steve Addabbo and Rick DePofi
[Source: MC Facebook, Dec. 5, 2014]
|The Things We've Handed Down||I was equal parts over the moon and panic-stricken. My debut record had just been released and i was about to become a father for the first time. Two incredible births in one year. Thrilling, anxiety-provoking, life-changing, terrifying.
My record company needed me to be available to promote the new record seemingly around the clock...and i desperately wanted my music to be heard. I also needed/wanted to be home. How could i make this work? How would i balance everything?
To be honest, i don't remember much about the actual writing of this song...i mainly just remember the way i FELT at the time.
I was reading lots of books about parenting and parenthood. One book in particular about heredity made an immediate impact.
I was asking myself all the same questions every expectant parent asks themselves. I started to write them down.
Who WAS this person that was about to change my life? Our lives? Who would he or she look like? Who would they take after? Who/what would they become? A poet or a dancer...a devil or a clown?
I think i wrote the last verse first and worked backwards from there. The central idea of that last verse...about every trait and characteristic coming from someplace that no one remembers anymore...that old and distant town...was/is a big idea simply stated. Always a good thing.
My friend and fellow songwriter Kenny White told me a while ago that he thought that verse was the best thing i'd ever written. I think he was probably right.
I'm proud of this song. I like the melody...the words....and the fact that it deals with a relatively unusual subject matter (for a pop song) in a unique way.
More importantly...i'm proud that 20 years later it still moves YOU... that it's been part of some important days in YOUR lives. Thank you for that. A songwriter really couldn't ask for more.
Happy Mother's Day...Happy (early) Father's Day and Happy Birthday to Max...my first born...who turns 22 next month.
I never could have imagined when i wrote this song for you...with all those as yet unanswered questions... that you would become the incredible man you are today.
[Source: Marc Cohn facebook, May 13, 2013]
|True Companion||"Here's a tune that I wrote in the back seat of a cab going to meet my girlfriend. I'd been living with her for about seven years and all she asked me the last three was, 'How come we're not yet?'" (female audience members murmur knowingly) "I didn't really have the answer and I wrote this before I knew that I was ready to be a married man. Songs kind of tell you where you're at sometimes. I sang this tune to her in the restaurant and I was excited because I thought it was a great lyric and she was excited because she thought it was a proposal." (laughter) "Men are scum!" (more laughter) "OK, I'm scum. But it worked out in the end. We did get married and we have a baby boy now, six months old." (lots of applause) |
[Source: Cohn's introduction to "True Companion" when touring in 1991, quoted in: http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=21481]
This one borders on "queasy sentimentality." Said Cohn: "It's the guy thinking in ideal terms. I was still so ambiguous about marriage when I wrote it that it was a sort of wish-fulfillment song. And to be honest, I've only slowly grown towards the sort of feelings the song is about. I'm still not there."
[Q MAGAZINE #65, 1992, quoted in: http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=21481]
|Valley of the Kings||... a parable set in ancient Egypt, where a prophet-like figure sells out, started out almost as telling my son a fable, but it's as much a cautionary tale for myself as it is for him." |
|Walk Through the World||And he said that he realized when he was rehearsing this tune with his new guitarist, Kevin Berry, that it sounded similar to Mayer's "Waiting on the World to Change." "I'm on the verge of suing John Mayer's ass," Cohn joked. To prove his point, Cohn segued from his song into Mayer's. |
|Walking in Memphis||Marc Cohns Comments on "Walking in Memphis"|
|Walking in Memphis||Marc Cohn||Marc Cohn (1991)||Video||Spotify|
|Ghost train||Marc Cohn||Marc Cohn (1991)||Video||Spotify|
|Silver thunderbird||Marc Cohn||Marc Cohn (1991)||Video||Spotify|
|Dig down deep||Marc Cohn||Marc Cohn (1991)||Video||Spotify|
|Walk on water||Marc Cohn||Marc Cohn (1991)||Video||Spotify|
|Miles away||Marc Cohn||Marc Cohn (1991)||Video||Spotify|
|Saving the best for last||Marc Cohn||Marc Cohn (1991)||Video||Spotify|
|Strangers in a car||Marc Cohn||Marc Cohn (1991)||Video||Spotify|
|29 ways||Marc Cohn||Marc Cohn (1991)||Video||Spotify|
|Perfect love||Marc Cohn||Marc Cohn (1991)||Video||Spotify|
|True companion||Marc Cohn||Marc Cohn (1991)||Video||Spotify|
|Walk through the world||Marc Cohn||The Rainy Season (1993)||Video||Spotify|
|Rest for the weary||Marc Cohn||The Rainy Season (1993)||Video||Spotify|
|The rainy season||Marc Cohn||The Rainy Season (1993)||Video||Spotify|
|Mama's in the moon||Marc Cohn||The Rainy Season (1993)||Video||Spotify|
|Don't talk to her at night||Marc Cohn||The Rainy Season (1993)||Video||Spotify|
|Paper walls||Marc Cohn||The Rainy Season (1993)||Video||Spotify|
|From the station||Marc Cohn||The Rainy Season (1993)||Video||Spotify|
|Medicine man||Marc Cohn||The Rainy Season (1993)||Video||Spotify|
|Baby King||Marc Cohn||The Rainy Season (1993)||Video||Spotify|
|She's becoming gold||Marc Cohn||The Rainy Season (1993)||Video||Spotify|
|The things we've handed down||Marc Cohn||The Rainy Season (1993)||Video||Spotify|
|Already home||Marc Cohn||Burning the Daze (1998)||Video||Spotify|
|Girl of mysterious sorrow||Marc Cohn||Burning the Daze (1998)||Video||Spotify|
|Providence||Marc Cohn||Burning the Daze (1998)||Video||Spotify|
|Healing hands||Marc Cohn||Burning the Daze (1998)||Video||Spotify|
|Lost you in the canyon||Marc Cohn||Burning the Daze (1998)||Video||Spotify|
|Saints preserve us||Marc Cohn||Burning the Daze (1998)||Video||Spotify|
|Olana||Marc Cohn||Burning the Daze (1998)||Video||Spotify|
|Turn to me||Marc Cohn||Burning the Daze (1998)||Video||Spotify|
|Valley of the kings||Marc Cohn||Burning the Daze (1998)||Video||Spotify|
|Turn on your radio||Marc Cohn||Burning the Daze (1998)||Video||Spotify|
|Ellis Island||Marc Cohn||Burning the Daze (1998)||Video||Spotify|
|Burning Bed||Marc Cohn||Burning the Daze (1998) Japanese-only bonus tracks||Video||Spotify|
|The Days||Marc Cohn||Burning the Daze (1998) Japanese-only bonus tracks||Video||Spotify|
|Listening To Levon||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|The Calling (Ghost Of Charlie Christian)||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|Dance Back From The Grave||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|If I Were An Angel||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|Let Me Be Your Witness||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|Live Out The String||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|Giving Up The Ghost||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|Join The Parade||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|My Sanctuary||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|Life Goes On||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|You're a shadow||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade (2007) iTunes bonus track||Video||Spotify|
1. Wild World 2. Look at Me 3. Maybe I'm Amazed 4. Make It with You 5. The Letter 6. The Only Living Boy in New York 7. After Midnight 8. The Tears of a Clown 9. No Matter What 10. New Speedway Boogie 11. Into the Mystic 12. Long As I Can See the Light 13. Close to You - (Barnes & Noble exclusive edition bonus track) 14. Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours - (iTunes Bonus Track)The CD "Playlist 1970" is identical and includes both bonus tracks (cf. CDUniverse) or only "Signed..." (cf. Amazon.de)
|After Midnight||Eric Clapton||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|After Midnight||JJ Cale||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Close to You||The Carpenters||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Into the Mystic||Van Morrison||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Long As I Can See the Light||Creedence Clearwater Revival||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Look at Me||John Lennon||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Make It with You||Bread||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Maybe I'm Amazed||Paul McCartney||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|New Speedway Boogie||Grateful Dead||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|No Matter What||Badfinger||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Signed Sealed Delivered I'm Yours||Stevie Wonder||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|The Letter||Joe Cocker||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|The Letter||The Box Tops||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|The Only Living Boy in New York||Paul Simon||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|The Tears of a Clown||Smokey Robinson||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Wild World||Cat Stevens||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|The Coldest Corner in the World||Marc Cohn||The Coldest Corner in the World (2014)||Video||Spotify|
|Maestro||Marc Cohn||Careful What You Dream (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|Nowhere Fast||Marc Cohn||Careful What You Dream (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|From the Faraway Nearby||Marc Cohn||Careful What You Dream (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|Chilly Wind||Marc Cohn||Careful What You Dream (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|The Color of Monday||Marc Cohn||Careful What You Dream (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|The Good in Everyone||Marc Cohn||Careful What You Dream (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|Hold on for Me||Marc Cohn||Careful What You Dream (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|Be Here Now||Marc Cohn||Careful What You Dream (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|No Love Lost||Marc Cohn||Careful What You Dream (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|Street of Windows||Marc Cohn||Careful What You Dream (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|Silent Movie||Marc Cohn||Careful What You Dream (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|Careful What You Dream||Marc Cohn||Careful What You Dream (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|SONG||MARC COHN'S COMMENTS (mostly from his FACEBOOK pages)||MISCELLANEOUS||Suche||Suche|
|Maestro|| George Szell, the late great conductor of The Cleveland Orchestra was our next-door neighbor when I was growing up in Cleveland, Ohio, in the 60’s. My older brother’s bedroom faced his music room, and you could hear Szell (especially during the summertime with the windows open) running through phrases on his piano of a symphony or concerto that he was getting ready to conduct. Magical. He is Maestro. [Facebook] |
It's literally about a real guy named George Szell who most people out there may not have heard of, but he was a really famous conductor on the level of Toscanini and Bernstein, just a little less famous. He was a conductor of the Cleveland Orchestra and happened to be our next door neighbor in Cleveland, Ohio. One of my oldest brother's rooms faced across the driveway, the Szell driveway, to Szell's music room. If we opened the windows in summer, we could hear him practicing at the piano, phrases from concertos or symphonies that he was preparing to conduct. It was magical. It was just one of those things. I didn't know anything about classical music, but there was this maestro living next to us practicing. So I wrote this song about my memories of listening to him at night at his piano playing this beautifully dynamic gorgeous music. He had a crush on my mother and my stepmother, so he gave us tickets, his box seats, to hear his concerts. So I was at these classical concerts maybe two to three Friday nights a month and I think I did learn something about dynamics from those shows. My songs have a lot of up and down: Things get quiet, they get loud, they get quiet again and I really love that about music and I think it's possible I picked that up from the classical music I listened to. But that would be about it cause I cannot read or write a note so that's it. [Interview by Robin Milling for Blog Talk Radio on June 29, 2016]
|George Szell was nicknamed "Dr. Cyclops" by his Cleveland Orchestra musicians, after a 1940s horror movie villain. [Source: George Szell: A Life of Music by Michael Charry] |
Marc's family lived on Larchmere Blvd then and another neighbor was Cleveland mayor Carl Stokes. [Source: Michael Heaton, The Plain Dealer]
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|Nowhere Fast||This song isn’t completely unknown due to the fact that other versions … most of them live I think … were released as B-sides way back when. I’m pretty sure no one has ever heard this version though, since I can’t remember a thing about it. Really wish I could tell you who wrote the lovely arrangement for strings and woodwinds, but nothing about this session was written down on the DAT. [Facebook] |
Heavily influenced by Springsteen. I hear a lot of Bruce in that song in terms of the chord progressions and the lyric, which is a very romantic song, sad, but romantic, I think, in the end. That song is probably 30 years old. I don't remember what inspired it, probably my girlfriend at the time. [Interview by Robin Milling for Blog Talk Radio on June 29, 2016]
|A live recording of "Nowhere Fast" from a concert in Hamburg, Germany, on October 16, 1991, appeared on an bootleg CD released by Pluto Records (Italy) in September of 1992 called 'The American Landscape'. |
This recording was also track 4 on the limited edition, two disc, 8 song, United Kingdom release of 'Walk Through the World' (1993).
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|From the Faraway Nearby||The sudden and unexpected death of my mother (when I was 2) was the most pivotal and tragic event of my life. Songwriting has long been one of the ways that I’ve tried to come to terms with and mourn her loss. “Ghost Train” was the last song I wrote for my first record, but not the first (by far) to deal with that theme. If I hadn’t written “Ghost Train” in the 11th hour of recording, some version of this song probably would have made it on to the record. The title comes from the name of a painting by Georgia O’Keefe. [Facebook] |
It is about my mother's death or loss. One of my older brothers, it's always been one of his favorite songs of mine and he's been telling me for years: "How come you've never put Faraway Nearby on a record?" Now it's there. Now he's happier. [Interview by Robin Milling for Blog Talk Radio on June 29, 2016]
|Far Away Nearby was included as a previously unreleased b-side on the limited edition, numbered, United Kingdom digi-pack single release of 'Silver Thunderbird' (1991).||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Chilly Wind||This one still holds up for me and I’ve started playing it at some of my recent concerts. It’s primarily about my maternal grandmother who suffered and struggled with a singularly horrible fate: outliving her only daughter. I like the simplicity and honesty of this performance, although I apparently hadn’t written the third verse yet when we recorded this demo.||Blow on Chilly Wind (with the third verse) was included as a previously unreleased b-side on the limited edition, numbered, United Kingdom digi-pack single release of 'Silver Thunderbird' (1991). Also on "In New York (Live 1992)"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|The Color of Monday||Co-written with Chris Palmaro, a collaborator of mine back in the day. Chris is a brilliant musician, but the production of this song (and many others at the time) taught me a lot about how I didn’t want my records to sound: an invaluable lesson. Programmed drums and certain keyboard sounds may have sounded “modern” at the time, but I knew eventually, for me, they would sound dated. I like the economy and simplicity of the lyrics though, and Chris wrote some beautiful changes.||Music Video by Marc Cohn's daughter Emily Cohn||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|The Good in Everyone||Pretty sure I wrote this one a few days after “Walking In Memphis.”||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Hold on for Me||I think this one almost made it on to the first record. An interesting and fully produced relic from the vaults.||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Be Here Now||Another song about the loss of my mother. I had forgotten about this one entirely and it stopped me in my tracks the first time Ben [engineer Ben Wisch] and I listened to it a few months ago.||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|No Love Lost||Lyrically, this deals with my old conflicted feelings about my hometown of Cleveland. Too much loss and tragedy had happened there. Too many ghosts. Musically, this is me trying to sing like Gerry Rafferty and play like Joni Mitchell. Copying your heroes turns out to be an important step on the path to slowly finding your own voice.||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Street of Windows||The title comes from a fictitious place mentioned in “Love In The Time Of Cholera” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Wrote it about my girlfriend at the time who later became my first wife. Heavily influenced by Van the Man [Van Morrison], which was the main reason I didn’t include it on my debut [Cohn’s first CD “Marc Cohn” (1991)].||Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Chapter Two: "Florentino Ariza, on the other hand, had not stopped thinking of her for a single moment since Fermina Daza had rejected him out of hand after a long and troubled love affair fifty-one years, nine months, and four days ago. He did not have to keep a running tally, drawing a line for each day on the walls of a cell, because not a day had passed that something did not happen to remind him of her. At the time of their separation he lived with his mother, Transito Ariza, in one half of a rented house on the Street of Windows, where she had kept a notions shop ever since she was a young woman, and where she also unraveled shirts and old rags to sell as bandages for the men wounded in the war."||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Silent Movie||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Careful What You Dream||This sounds more like a work tape I made in my apartment than a studio recording. I wasn’t a father yet when I wrote it, but the third verse in particular sounds like something I would write for my children today. Years later, I used the music and lyrics from the first verse of this tune and turned it into a completely different song called “My Great Escape” for a movie called “The Cure.” Fans have been asking me to release that song for years, and maybe I will when my record “The Rainy Season” turns 25, since “The Cure” recordings were done in 1993 or ’94 I think. In the meantime, this is where “My Great Escape” originally came from. [From Facebook] |
When Cohn went through his archives and gave that song a fresh listen, he discovered he had used some of the verses for a song titled “My Great Escape” that he wrote for the 1995 movie “The Cure.” As he recited the lyrics during an interview, Cohn reflected on what he was thinking about back in his late 20s. Although not a parent at the time, Cohn, now 56, said the lyrics now feel like words of advice from a parent to a child. “It’s sort of a cautionary tale, but an ironic one, because obviously the best thing you can do is have your dream come true,” said Cohn, now a father of four. “But sometimes there’s a price.” [Source: http://www.jewishjournal.com/culture/article/marc_cohns_career_takes_long_walk_to_los_angeles]
|Stanzas 1 and 2 of "Careful What You Dream" appear as stanzas 3 and 4 in "My Great Escape"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Walking in Memphis (Orig Piano / Vocal Demo)||Marc Cohn||Evolution of a Record (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis (Early Demo with Band and Alternate Outro Version 1)||Marc Cohn||Evolution of a Record (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis (Early Demo with Band and Alternate Outro Version 2)||Marc Cohn||Evolution of a Record (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis (Early Piano/Vocal Demo with Meditation Intro)||Marc Cohn||Evolution of a Record (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|Walk on Water (Early Demo with Band)||Marc Cohn||Evolution of a Record (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|True Companion (Original Piano / Vocal Demo)||Marc Cohn||Evolution of a Record (2016)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|True companion||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Silver thunderbird||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Ghost train||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Perfect love||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Dig down deep||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Walk through the world||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|The rainy season||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Rest for the weary||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Paper walls||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|The things we've handed down||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Lost you in the canyon||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Saints preserve us||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Olana||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Turn on your radio||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Fallen angels||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Healing hands||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|One safe place (Live)||Marc Cohn||The Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Lost You In The Canyon||Marc Cohn||Live 04*05||Video||Spotify|
|Paper Walls||Marc Cohn||Live 04*05||Video||Spotify|
|The Rainy Season||Marc Cohn||Live 04*05||Video||Spotify|
|She's Becoming Gold||Marc Cohn||Live 04*05||Video||Spotify|
|Olana||Marc Cohn||Live 04*05||Video||Spotify|
|Walking In Memphis||Marc Cohn||Live 04*05||Video||Spotify|
|You're A Shadow||Marc Cohn||Live 04*05||Video||Spotify|
|Dig Down Deep||Marc Cohn||Live 04*05||Video||Spotify|
|Silver Thunderbird||Marc Cohn||Live 04*05||Video||Spotify|
|Walk Through The World||Marc Cohn||Live 04*05||Video||Spotify|
|True Companion||Marc Cohn||Live 04*05||Video||Spotify|
|The Things We've Handed Down||Marc Cohn||Live 04*05||Video||Spotify|
|One Safe Place||Marc Cohn||Live 04*05||Video||Spotify|
|Live Out The String [Live]||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade: Live EP||Video||Spotify|
|Listening to Levon [Live]||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade: Live EP||Video||Spotify|
|Giving Up The Ghost [Live]||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade: Live EP||Video||Spotify|
|My Sanctuary [Live]||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade: Live EP||Video||Spotify|
|Walking In Memphis [Live]||Marc Cohn||Join the Parade: Live EP||Video||Spotify|
|Strangers In A Car||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Nowhere Fast||Marc Cohn||cf. Careful What You Dream||Video||Spotify|
|Walking In Memphis||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Ghost Train||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Blow On Chilly Wind||Marc Cohn||cf. Careful What You Dream||Video||Spotify|
|29 Ways||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Perfect Love||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Rest For The Weary||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Isn´t That So||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Dig Down Deep||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Silver Thunderbird||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|The Things We Haven't Done||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Take Me to Hamburg||Marc Cohn||Impro||Video||Spotify|
|Saving The Best For Last||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Ghost Train Live 1992||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Rest For The Weary Live 1992||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Nowhere Fast Live 1992||Marc Cohn||cf. Careful What You Dream||Video||Spotify|
|Walking In Memphis Live 1992||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Blow On Chilly Wind Live 1992||Marc Cohn||cf. Careful What You Dream||Video||Spotify|
|Strangers In A Car Live 1992||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Fever Live 1992||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|29 Ways Live 1992||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Perfect Love Live 1992||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Dig Down Deep Live 1992||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Silver Thunderbird Live 1992||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|The Things We've Handed Down Live 1992||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Isn´t That So Live 1992||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Saving The Best For Last Live 1992||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Strangers In A Car||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Silver Thunderbird||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Walking In Memphis||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Ghost Train||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Twenty-Nine Ways||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Street Of Windows||Marc Cohn||cf. Careful What You Dream||Video||Spotify|
|Perfect Love||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Into The Mystic||Marc Cohn||cf. Listening Booth: 1970||Video||Spotify|
|Isn’t That So||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Dig Down Deep||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|True Companion||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Saving The Best For Last||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|The Things We’ve Handed Down||Marc Cohn||Video||Spotify|
|Tupelo Honey||Marc Cohn||Van-Morrison-Cover||Video||Spotify|
|29 Ways||Willie Dixon||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Another Lullaby||Art Garfunkel||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|At Last||Etta James||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Belfast to Boston||James Taylor||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Brown Eyed Girl||Van Morrison||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Crazy Love||Van Morrison||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Fever||Little Willie John||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Fly Me to the Moon||Frank Sinatra||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|For Free||Joni Mitchell||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Girl from the North Country||Bob Dylan||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Honky Cat||Elton John||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|I Don't Worry 'bout a Thing||Mose Allison||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|I feel lucky||Mary Chapin Carpenter||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|I Hope That I Don't Fall In Love With You||Tom Waits||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Isn't it a Pity||Billy Preston||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Isn't That So||Jesse Winchester||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Lean on me||Bill Withers||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Ma'oz Tzur (Rock of Ages)||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Moondance||Van Morrison||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Moon River||Audrey Hepburn||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|National Anthem||Star-Spangled Banner||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Ohio||Neil Young||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Out in the Woods||Leon Russell||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Right on Time||Randy Travis||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Ruby Tuesday||The Rolling Stones||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours||Stevie Wonder||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|The Hard Way||Mary Chapin Carpenter||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|These Days||Jackson Browne||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Too Many Angels||Jackson Browne||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Tower of Song||Leonard Cohen||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Tupelo Honey||Van Morrison||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Turn on Your Radio||Harry Nilsson||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Two of Us||Beatles||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Wild Horses||The Rolling Stones||Video NEU||Video GLEICH||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||99 Problems||Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYJJvpBT5os&feature=youtu.be||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Angel Song||1991 B-Side of "Silver Thunderbird" Single||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Burning Bed||Bonus track of "Burning the Daze" in Japan||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Emily||From the soundtrack of the TV series "The Mind of the Married Man" 2001-2002||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Fallen Angels||From the 1999 movie "Message in a Bottle" / Very Best of Marc Cohn||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Hamburg Impro 2016||Concert Hamburg 2016||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||I Surrender||Crosby & Nash||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Man of the World||From the TV series "Mad about you - the final frontier"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||My Great Escape||From the 1995 Peter Horton film "The Cure"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Old Soldier||From the 1992 4-track EPCD which also included "Walk Through The World" / on 1992 summer Olympics album "Barcelona Gold"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||One Rock and Roll Too Many||From the 1987 musical "Starlight Express"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||One Safe Place||From the CD "The Very Best of Marc Cohn"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||One Thing of Beauty||From the 1992 4-track EPCD which also included "Walk Through The World"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Paint You a Picture||2015 Song||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||unnamed new song||2015 Song||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Pumping Iron||From the 1987 musical "Starlight Express"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Right on Time||From Jerry Douglas 2012 CD "Traveler"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||She's Made of Yesterdays||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Take Me to Hamburg||From the bootleg "The American Landscape" recorded live during 1991 European Tour||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||The Coldest Corner in the World||From the 2015 feature documentary "Tree Man"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||The Days||Bonus track of "Burning the Daze" in Japan/UK CD single of "Already Home"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||The Heart of the City||1986 single||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Three Steps Down||From the soundtrack of the TV series "The Mind of the Married Man" 2001-2002||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||You're a Shadow||iTunes bonus track of "Join the Parade" (2007), Live 04*05||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Wooden Woman||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Closer to the End||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Bits and Pieces||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Simone||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||5th of July||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Love Song No. 1||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Fine Lines||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||The Song of Yes and Amen||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Love Song No. 2||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Along the Acorn Trail||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Crosses||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Blind Boys Of Alabama||Stay on the Gospel Side||Album "Almost Home" (August 18, 2017)||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Blind Boys Of Alabama||Let My Mother Live||Album "Almost Home" (August 18, 2017)||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Blind Boys Of Alabama||God Knows Everything||Album "Almost Home" (August 18, 2017)||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|David Crosby||Paint You A Picture||Album "Lighthouse" (Oct 21, 2016)||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|William Bell||The Three of Me||Album "This Is Where I Live" (08 Jul 2016)||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|William Bell||Poison In The Well||Album "This Is Where I Live" (08 Jul 2016)||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|William Bell||More Rooms||Album "This Is Where I Live" (08 Jul 2016)||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|William Bell||All The Things You Can't Remember||Album "This Is Where I Live" (08 Jul 2016)||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|William Bell||Mississippi-Arkansas Bridge||Album "This Is Where I Live" (08 Jul 2016)||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Already Home||From the soundtrack of the ZDF TV series "Verwirrung des Herzens" 1997||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Emily||From the soundtrack of the TV series "The Mind of the Married Man" 2001-2002||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Fallen Angels||From the 1999 movie "Message in a Bottle"/"Der Beginn einer großen Liebe"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Healing Hands||From the TV series "Emergency Room" 1996||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Healing Hands||Army Wives, S2, E18, Departures Arrivals, Oct 26, 2008||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Healing Hands||Dawson's Creek, S1, E5 Hurricane, Feb 17, 1998||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Healing Hands||Dawson's Creek, S6, E24 Must Come to an End, May 14, 2003||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||I Hope That I Don't Fall in Love With You||From the 2004 movie "The Prince and Me"/"Der Prinz & ich"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Listening to Levon||Brothers and Sisters, S2, E11, The Missionary Imposition, Feb 10, 2008||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Man of the World||From the 2004 movie "The Prince and Me"/"Der Prinz & ich"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||My Great Escape||From the 1995 Peter Horton film "The Cure"/"Mississippi - Fluss der Hoffnung"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||One Safe Place||From the 2005 film "The Upside of Anger"/"An deiner Schulter"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||One Safe Place||From the 2006 TV series "Dr. House" / "House M.D.", Staffel 2-221 “Schlechter Scherz (2)” / “Euphoria (2)”||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||The Coldest Corner in the World||From the 2015 feature documentary "Tree Man"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||The Things We've Handed Down||From the TV series "Providence" (1999-2002) / American sitcom "Mad about You" (1992-1999)||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||True Companion||Felicity, S1, E5, Spooked, Oct 27, 1998||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Walk Through the World||From the 1994 German ZDF series "Nur Eine Kleine Affaire"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||Walking in Memphis||From the 1998 film "Finding Graceland"/"Unterwegs mit Elvis"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Marc Cohn||You're a Shadow||From the 2007 film "Reign over Me"/"Die Liebe in mir"||Video NEU||Video GLEICH|
|Ellis Island||Orange Drive||Soundcloud|
|Ghost Train||Leo Parcoeur||Soundcloud|
|Ghost Train||The Dear Abbeys||Soundcloud|
|Listening to Levon||Seth A. Campbell||Soundcloud|
|Lost you in the Canyon||CJCouchois||Soundcloud|
|One Safe Place||Justin Plays Guitar||Soundcloud|
|One Safe Place||Miss Hoot||Soundcloud|
|One Safe Place||Nettlesmith||Soundcloud|
|She's Becoming Gold||RobertBakerAcoustic||Soundcloud|
|Silver Thunderbird||Jerry Field||Soundcloud|
|Silver Thunderbird||Ken Loredo||Soundcloud|
|Strangers in a Car||Ben Gochberg||Soundcloud|
|Strangers in a Car||BenCosh||Soundcloud|
|Strangers in a Car||James Clark||Soundcloud|
|Strangers in a Car||jeknickfan||Soundcloud|
|Strangers in a Car||PhoebeLast||Soundcloud|
|The Things We've Handed Down||Harry Beall||Soundcloud|
|Things We've Handed Down||Jeremy Sassoon||Soundcloud|
|Things We've Handed Down||Lir Music||Soundcloud|
|Things We Have Handed Down||Rehan Abdul Aziz||Soundcloud|
|Things We Handed Down||Ric Allendorf||Soundcloud|
|True Companion||Christof Jeppsson||Soundcloud|
|True Companion||Greg McFall||Soundcloud|
|Already Home||Opportunity||Travel On (2013)||Video||Spotify|
|Already Home||Susan Anton||One Night (2000)||Video||Spotify|
|Baby King||Arnold McCuller||Back to Front (2002)||Video||Spotify|
|Baby King||Kathy Mattea||Joy for Christmas Day (2003)||Video||Spotify|
|Baby King||Tonic Sol-Fa||On Top of the World (2006)||Video||Spotify|
|Dance Back||Johnny Goldstein||An Elegy For the Lost City, Chapter 1 (2015)||Video||Spotify|
|Dig Down Deep||Melissa Gibson||Under Their Influence (2005)||Video||Spotify|
|Ellis Island||JonMeyer||The Singles (2011)||Video||Spotify|
|Ellis Island||Orange Drive||(2013)||Video||Spotify|
|Ghost Train||Dear Abbeys||Abbeys Road (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|Da letzte Zug (Ghost Train)||d'bänd||Es geht si immer aus (2013)||Video||Spotify|
|Ghost Train||Iron Hand||(2017)||Video||Spotify|
|Ghost Train||Jonathan Kingham||Smooth Out the Lines (2010)||Video||Spotify|
|Ghost Train||Nick 'n Neal||Two Separate Gorillas (2000)||Video||Spotify|
|Ghost Train||Opportunity||Backstage (2002)||Video||Spotify|
|Ghost Train||The Baudboys||Hello World (2009)||Video||Spotify|
|Ghost Train||The Bison Chips||Lime Me (2011)||Video||Spotify|
|Girl of Mysterious Sorrow||Mr.Jakes||(2010)||Video||Spotify|
|I Surrender||Crosby and Nash||Crosby and Nash (2003)||Video||Spotify|
|If I Were an Angel||Opportunity||SHINE (2009)||Video||Spotify|
|Listening to Levon||Forest Fox||(2014)||Video||Spotify|
|Medicine Man||Eric Burdon||'Til Your River Runs Dry (2013)||Video||Spotify|
|Old Soldier||David Crosby||Thousand Roads (1993)||Video||Spotify|
|Old Soldier||CPR||Live at the Wiltern (1999)||Video||Spotify|
|One Safe Place||Slizzy Bob||Love is all around (2013)||Video||Spotify|
|One Safe Place||Ron Meyers||Memory Lane (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|One Safe Place||Nick McAlley||The Dancing Wolf (2010)||Video||Spotify|
|Paper Walls||Arnold McCuller||Back to Front (2002)||Video||Spotify|
|Paper Walls||Opportunity||8:30 pm (2000)||Video||Spotify|
|Perfect Love||Frankie and Anthony||(2010)||Video||Spotify|
|Rest for the Weary Ones||Frankie and Anthony||(2010)||Video||Spotify|
|Silver Thunderbird||Charlie Barker||Ghosts & Heroes (2011)||Video||Spotify|
|Silver Thunderbird||Full Frontal Folk||Storming the Castle (2002)||Video||Spotify|
|Silver Thunderbird||Jo Dee Messina||I'm alright (1998)||Video||Spotify|
|Silver Thunderbird||Slizzy Bob||Subtle Flavor (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|Silver Thunderbird||The Duke's Men||What a Trip (2011)||Video||Spotify|
|Silver Thunderbird||The Legal Tender band||Rural Delivery RD1 (2005)||Video||Spotify|
|Strangers in a Car||Brad Simmons||(2014)||Video||Spotify|
|Strangers in a Car||MrWHASP||Video||Spotify|
|Strangers in a Car||Saidowski and Paul||Video||Spotify|
|The Rainy Season||Deborah Lippman||Nightingale (2004)||Video||Spotify|
|The Things We've Handed Down||Anthony Miltich||Sound Mind (2010)||Video||Spotify|
|The Things We've Handed Down||Art Garfunkel||Songs from a parent to a child (1997)||Video||Spotify|
|The Things We Handed Down||Briana Corrigan||Redbird (2012)||Video||Spotify|
|The Things We've Handed Down||Carol Lang||Hopes & Dreams (2013)||Video||Spotify|
|Things We've Handed Down||Fester Spunk||Fester Spunk's Tech Tonic (2014)||Video||Spotify|
|The Things We've Handed Down||James Steensma||Even in the Quietest Moments (2002)||Video||Spotify|
|The Things We've Handed Down||Jeremy Sassoon||The Things We've Handed Down (2014)||Video||Spotify|
|Things We've Handed Down||John Gorka||Down at the Sea Hotel (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|The Things We've Handed Down||John Wright||John Wright Band Live (2001)||Video||Spotify|
|The Things We've Handed Down||Nathan O'Regan||(2013)||Video||Spotify|
|Things We've Handed Down||Susan Anton||The Things We've Handed Down (1995) et al.||Video||Spotify|
|Things We've Handed Down||Tommy Fleming||Voice of Hope (2005)||Video||Spotify|
|Three Steps Down||Rosanne Cash||Rules of Travel (2003)||Video||Spotify|
|True Companion||Adrienne Barbeau||Adrienne Barbeau (2004)||Video||Spotify|
|True Companion||Bernie Townsend||The Day Before You (2015)||Video||Spotify|
|True Companion||Bombilates||Popular Song Covers - Vol. 8 (2014)||Video||Spotify|
|True Companion||Drew's Famous||Drew's Famous First Dance (2003)||Video||Spotify|
|True Companion||Ewald Coleske||(2010)||Video||Spotify|
|True Companion||Greg McFall||Video||Spotify|
|True Companion||Jonesin'||Self Debuting Album (2005)||Video||Spotify|
|True Companion||The Bison Chips||Lime Me (2011)||Video||Spotify|
|True Companion||Tommy Fleming||Voice of Hope (2014)||Video||Spotify|
|Valley of the Kings||Georg Nussbaumer||Five Mess More (2015)||Video||Spotify|
|Valley of the Kings||Todd Wolfe||Miles to Go (2013)(German edition only)||Video||Spotify|
|Walk through this World||Danny Gans||Brand New Dream (2000)||Video||Spotify|
|Walk through this World||Don Mellow||Hits of the 90th (2012)||Video||Spotify|
|Walk through the World With Me||Joe Cocker||Fire it up (Premium Edition)(2012)||Video||Spotify|
|Walk through this World||Timo Gross||Landmarks (2013)||Video||Spotify|
|Memphis||8ball and MJG||Ridin' High (2006)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Aaron Bayley||Aaron Bayley (2003)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Alexander Remus and Juri Rother||Video||Spotify|
|I wockl durch Meidling||Alkbottle||Trivialkbottle (1997)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Amy Lowe||Everything You Touch (2009)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Ari-West||This New Freedom (2006)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Back in Stride||(2000)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Barb Jungr||Walking in the Sun (2006)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Barrett Baber||The Voice: The Complete Season 9 Collection (2015)||Video||Spotify|
|Zeven dagen in Memphis||Bert Heerink||Net op tijd (2000)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Brandi Lyle||Brandi Lyle (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Calle Kristiansson||Calle Kristiansson (2009)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Cher||It's a Man's World (1995)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Dan Costello||Strangest Places (2010)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Dark Lady||Forever Cher (2005)||Video||Spotify|
|Ich laufe durch Memphis||Die Rockys||Zu Gast in Studio 4 (2000)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Edsilia Rombley||Live (2009)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Eli Mattson||Next 4 (2009)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Evil Foz||(2003)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Forest Fox||Troubadour||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Greger and Greger||(1996)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||John Tesh||Discovery (1996)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Joyce Cobb||Beale Street Saturday Night (2006)||Video||Spotify|
|Touch Down (Walking in Memphis)||Kay Ray||Haarscharf - Vom Friseur zum Weltstar (2011)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Jesus||Kevin Derryberry||Journey Collection Vol 2 ()||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Kikka||Kikka Remix (1995)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Liam Isaac||At Last (2012)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Life of the Party||Best One-Hit Wonders of the 90's (2014)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Lonestar||From There to Here: Greatest Hits (2003)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Lori Johnson||Last Night at Europa (2004)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||MadHatters||Friday after Class (2005)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Mark deRose||Hear to Listen ( 2009)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Marty Dread||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Master Blaster feat.Rachel Hiew||Walking In Memphis (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Matt Tyler||Undercover (2006)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Maurice Williams||Tribute to Elvis, Doo Wop and Beach Music (2003)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs||Doo-Wop Meets Beach Music (2012)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Memphis Rave Mafia||Video||Spotify|
|Es is so gfealich so schensis||Mezzanin||(2016)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Michael Ball||This Time It's Personal (2003)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Michael Grimm||Live (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|Marcher dans Memphis||Michael Jones||Prises & Reprises (2003)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Mitchell Anderson||Single (2013)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Monkey Safari||(2011)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Mr. Anderson||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Pat McGee||Band Live at Bluebird Theatre on 1998-12-13||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Paul Anka||Classic Songs: My Way (2007)||Video||Spotify|
|In Memphis||Polo Hofer / Die Schmetterband||Silber, Gold & Perle (1992)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Richie Arndt||Mississippi (2015)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Rodeofunk||Walking in Memphis, Vinyl (2005)||Video||Spotify|
|I'm Raving||Scooter||Wicked! (1996)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Sean McDermott||You're Not Alone (2011)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Skott Freedman||Some Company (2003)||Video||Spotify|
|Gestern war gestern||Stefan Gwildis||Wünscht du wärst hier (2008)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Steve Acho||(2006)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Steve Clisby||Single (2013)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Steve Krause||Broke Down Beautiful ( 2011)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Sugarland||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||The Bison Chips||Apalling and Ridiculous (2004)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||The Country Dance Kings||The Lonestar Tribute||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||The Harlem Gospel Singers||Rock My Soul (2000)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||The Jailbirds||The Jailbirds are back (2008)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||The Madison Letters||Cover Sessions Vol I (2015)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Tim McDonald||May I Live in Your World ()||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Tom Jones||(1995)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Tony Hadley||Obsession (2000)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Tune Brothers feat. Ray Wilson||(2015)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||University Of Michigan Dicks and Janes||Best Of The Midwest 2000 - Live At Northwestern University||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Walt Ribeiro||Every Song! (2014)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Wouter De Clerck||Walking In Memphis, Maxi CD (2005)||Video||Spotify|
|Walking in Memphis||Wully and the crazy Fiddler||Liebesnacht der Glühwürmchen (2008)||Video||Spotify|
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