Almost everyone growing up in the “developed” world in the late 20th century has seen one or more personal landmarks of their lives destroyed, often only to be replaced by the hideous and soulless sprawl of malls, office blocks and expressways.


“Everybody Has A Place” was inspired by the devastating changes brought about by post-war development on North American urban and rural landscapes in general and around Martha’s and Mark’s hometown of Toronto in particular. Using specific images from their own lost landscapes, Martha and Mark share a part of the common experience this song commemorates.

Written by Mark Gane, Martha Johnson

Producer: Chris Terry, Owen Burgess/D.B. Media Inc.

Director: Chris Terry

Director of Photography: Derick Undershultz

Editor: Deborah Palloway


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