Marc Jeffrey ‎– Playtime

Behemoth Records ‎– BET 003
Vinyl, LP, Album
Vinyl, 7"

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A1 I Didn't Know What Day It Was
Written-By – Marc Jeffrey
A2 Some Times
Written-By – Marc Jeffrey
A3 Hearts At Bay
Written-By – Marc Jeffrey
A4 Somethings Come Over
Written-By – Marc Jeffrey
A5 Under The Floor
Written-By – Marc Jeffrey
A6 Nothing Is Here
Written-By – Marc Jeffrey
B1 Blood Red Wine
Written-By – Richards*, Jagger*
B2 Like An Unmade Bed
Written-By – Marc Jeffrey
B3 These Chains
Written-By – Marc Jeffrey
B4 Talk To Me
Written-By – Marc Jeffrey
B5 Down The Highway
Written-By – Marc Jeffrey
Bonus 7" Single
A Memories Don't Mean Much (Acoustic Version)
Written-By – Marc Jeffrey
B 96 Tears / Love Is Blue (Medley)
Written-By – André Popp, Bryan Blackburn, Pierre Lemaire, Rudy Martinez



Pressing of 750 copies on black vinyl, the bonus tracks on the single only appear on this version. This was also released in Germany on CD by Repulsion Records and another vinyl version in the UK on Conviction Records (with a different cover).

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RE 005 CD Marc Jeffrey Playtime(CD, Album) Repulsion RE 005 CD Germany 1990 Sell This Version
BET 003 Marc Jeffrey Playtime(LP, W/Lbl, Cle) Behemoth Records BET 003 US 1990 Sell This Version
CON 002 Marc Jeffrey Playtime(LP, Album) Conviction Records (9) CON 002 UK 1990 Sell This Version
PLB 005 Marc Jeffrey Playtime(LP, Album) Polar Records (8) PLB 005 Spain 1990 Sell This Version
NSG 012, 91216 Marc Jeffrey Playtime(LP, Album) Nate Starkman & Son Greece NSG 012, 91216 Greece 1990 Sell This Version


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May 15, 2014
'Playtime' by New York rocker Marc Jeffrey is wonderfully subtle Anglophilia. He sounds like he's internalized this record's biggest influences - 'Parachute'/'S.F.Sorrow' Pretty Things and classic Kinks balladry - so thoroughly he may not even be conscious he's channeling them (unlike other American nods to British rock collections). There's also Ronson-era Bowie and even a whiff of Steve Harley in the mix, all of which fit seamlessly. A lost classic for early 70s tastes.