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Listen to Off The Record – 18 January 202003:00:0018 January 2020

Kerryn Fields in the studio on Newstead Live! Bob Schneider Interview Part 1.

Playlist for Off The Record – 18 January 2020
  • ThemeVarious
  • Survival (from The Perfect Release, 1979)Annette Peacock
  • The Bottle (from Glory)Gil Scott-Heron
  • Where Did The Night Go (A Reimagining by Makaya McCraven)Gil Scott-Heron
  • SOME NOTABLE JANUARY BIRTHDAYSTHE CELLAR OF SOUND
  • Just One LookDoris Troy (January 6, 1937 - February 16, 2004)
  • God is God (Steve Earle) (from Day After Tomorrow, 2008)Joan Baez (January 9, 1941)
  • You'll Lose A Good ThingBarbara Lynn (January 16, 1942)
  • Move Over (from Pearl, January 11, 1971)Janis Joplin ((January 19, 1943 - October 4, 1970)
  • Suicide Sal (SP, 1975)Maggie Bell (January 12, 1945)
  • Swimming Song (L.Wainwright) (1975)Kate & Anna McGarrigle (Kate: January 6, 1946 - January 18, 2010)
  • After The Goldrush (Neil Young) (from Trios)Dolly Parton (January 19, 1946), Linda Ronstadt & Emmylou Harris
  • Who knows Where The Time Goes (from The BBC Sessions 1971-1973)Sandy Denny ((January 6, 1947 - April 21, 1978)
  • Under The Supermoon (from Let The Rhythm Lead: Haiti Song Summit Vol.1)Jenny Lewis (January 8, 1976) & Habib Koite
  • Working Woman Blues (from Pushin' Against A Stone, 2013)Valerie June (January 10, 1982)
  • EPISODE 4BOOK READING: ANI DIFRANCO: NO WALLS & A RECURRING DREAM
  • Face Up And Sing (from Out of Range, 1994)Ani DiFranco
  • HARRY NILSSON - LOSST & FOUNDCELLAR OF SOUND PART 2
  • Lost & Found (from Losst & Founnd)Harry Nilsson
  • Animal Farm (from Losst & Founnd)Harry Nilsson
  • The Spirit of The RadioRush (Tribute to Neil Peart, died January 7, 2020)
  • RECORDED AT THE SAXON PUB, AUSTIN, TEXAS - SEPTEMBER 23, 2019)BOB SCHNEIDER INTERVIEW PART 1
  • Running On Empty (from Looking into You: A Tribute To Jackson Browne)Bob Schneider
  • Ollie Intro (saxon Pub, September 23, 2019)Bob Schneider & Lonelyland
  • The Dark Knight/Ollie As BatmanBob Schneider
  • Lake Michigan (from Blood & Bones, 2018)Bob Schneider
  • Part 2Bob Schneider INTERVIEW
  • Some Days Are Better Than Others (Saxon Pub, September 23, 2019)Bob Schneider
  • INTERVIEW - RE. NEWSTEAD LIVEKerryn Fields
  • Mamma (live in the studio)Kerryn Fields
  • Out On The PorchKerryn Fields
  • Thoughts and Prayers (from The Unraveling)Drive By Truckers
  • Let The Four Winds Blow (from Taking The World By Storm)Warren Storm
  • Who Do You Love? (From Chris Wilson, 2018)Chris Wilson
  • KEN MCLEISHGIG GUIDE - THIS WEEK

About this program

'More old-fashioned than ever before.' John Cooper Clarke 2007

'The older I get, the better I was!' Van Dyke Parks

A music program featuring a weekly special with news, interviews, reviews and regular local and overseas correspondents including Billy Pinnell.

Off The Record won the InPress Writers' Poll for Best Radio Program in Melbourne for 2011 and 2005 and was runner-up for 2006 and 2008!! Off The Record also won the PPCA Award for Excellence In Music Programming at the 2005 National Conference of the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia for a Ry Cooder interview special about his album Chavez Ravine. The program was also a finalist in the category in 2012. A weekly one hour version of the program is broadcast on the satellite network of the CBAA to more than 45 stations across Australia.

Brian is the Founding & Editor of Rhythms Magazine (which he founded in 1992). You can visit the magazine at rhythms.com.au and read about what Brian is up to outside Triple R.

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