Finding good songs for Marc has been an interesting and enjoyable challenge. As the Archangel of Trade and the angel most associated with prosperity, songs about money and wealth were an easy starting point – but many of them are as much a testament to Mammon (and Greed) as they are to Trade.
The mix that follows lauds workers, peddlers, charity, wealth, and investment. I’ve made it a point to include some Big Band, Jazz, and modern Prosperity Gospel tracks. I suspect each of those genres would appeal to Marc and his servitors even when they are not directly on the topic of trade and exchange.
I hope you enjoy and I look forward to seeing what other suggestions you might have.
Korobeiniki (Vadim Kosim)
Rock Island (The Music Man)
Nobody Does it Better (Carly Simon)
We’re in the Money (Ginger Rogers)
Manhattan Minuet (Raymond Scott Quintet)
Lifted Me High Again (Hillsong)
Pennies from Heaven (Billie Holiday)
Fidelity Fiduciary Bank (Mary Poppins)
Pearls and Gold (Darlene Zschech)
Cuando El Pobre (Marshal Voit)
She Works Hard for the (Money Donna Summer)
Rhapsody in Blue (George Gershwin)
The Money Song (Avenue Q)
One Day (Hillsong)
Tuppence a Bag (Mary Poppins)
The Sheik of Araby (Django Reinhardt)
You Give a Little Love (Bugsy Malone)
9 to 5 (Dolly Parton)
Hal’luyah, ashrei ish yarei et-Adonai (Psalm 112)
Diamonds are Forever (Carly Simon)
Korobeiniki (Red Army Choir)