In the second of our ‘The Soundtrack Of Their Lives’ events, we are had the pleasure of Mark Burgess, frontman of legendary Manchester icons, The Chameleons taking centre stage, playing an eclectic mix of music, that had an impact on him from an early age , up to the modern day…

 

 we were treated to a fantastic medley of TV & Film scores from classic John Barry & Ennio Morricone 

and although Mark didn’t get through everything on the night , his full list for all Chams fans, is as follows..

There’s a Ghost In My House ~ R. Dean Taylor

Goldfinger~  Shirley Bassey

Break on Through  ~ The Doors

Cosmic dancer ~ T Rex

Don’t Leave Me Alone With Her ~ Sparks

Blue Turk ~ Alice Cooper

Golden Years David Bowie

Next ~ The Sensational Alex Harvey Band

Something In the Air ~ Thunderclap Newman

Living’ Thing ~  ELO

Pandoras Box ~ Procal Harum

Are ‘Friends’ Electric ? ~ Gary Numan

Anarchy In The UK ~ Sex Pistols

New Church – The Adverts

Fan Club ~ The Damned

Einstein On The Beach – ~ Philip Glass

Say Hello Wave Goodbye ~ Soft Cell

Wide Boys ~ Ultravox

Goodbye Toulouse ~ The Stranglers

Careering ~ PIL

Holy Geometry ~ Blasted Canyons

A Promise ~ Echo & The Bunnymen

The Weight of the World ~ EditorsEver Fallen in Love ~ Buzzcocks

Reckoner ~ Radiohead

Reverie ~ Isao Tomita

La Boulange/La Piage ~ Yann Tiersen

Polarity Song ~ Seventeen Evergreen

Jean Genie ~ David Bowie

Jolly Captain ~ Jake Thackery

It’s a War ~ Blackbird

Red Amber Blue ~ Mark Burgess, Jah Wobble

Shelly ~ Angelo Badalamenti/David Lynch

    Rubberband Girl ~ Kate Bush  

                       

 

 

 

at the end of the evening Mark treated to us to a a few unplugged Chameleons songs, including Soul In Isolation of Friday &  Less Than Human on Saturday…

 

Mark will be returning in October for another Q&A, so please get in touch if you want to join us..!