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Playlist for Off The Record – 8 October 2022
  • Movement 2 (Promises)Floating Points & Pharaoh Sanders (RIP)
  • Country Mile (Message From Home, 1996)Pharaoh Sanders
  • Love Earth (World Record, to be released November 18)Neil Young & Crazy Horse
  • For What It’s WorthStevie Nicks
  • Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) (Only The Strong Survive)Bruce Springsteen
  • Rambling Man (Things Happen That Way)Dr John
  • End Of The Line (with Aaron Neville) (Things Happen That Way)Dr John
  • Somebody (I Ran Down Every Dream)Tommy McLain
  • Been To The Mountain (Strays)Margo Price
  • One Day (One Day)The Cactus Blossoms
  • Smile At The Mention (Bloodline Maintenance)Ben Harper
  • Take Out Some Insurance (Ace of Blues)Angela Strehli
  • Done Come Too FarShemekiah Copeland
  • Pink Turns To RedShemekiah Copeland
  • Uncivil War (SP)Shemekiah Copeland
  • AmericansShemekiah Copeland
  • The TalkShemekiah Copeland
  • Coal Miner’s DaughterLoretta Lynn (RIP)
  • Blue Kentucky GirlEmmylou Harris
  • Fist City (Funny How Time Slips Away)Lucinda Williams
  • Don’t Come Home A Drinking (With Lovin’ On Your Mind)Jason Ringenberg
  • Out On The Weekend (Live at Caravan Music Club)Crazy Mule with Lisa Miller
  • Give Me Back The Key To My Heart (Car Tape Vol.1)Lisa Miller
  • Spend Your Christmas With Rita (The Real World)Freya Josephine Hollick
  • Fried Chicken & BiblesShemekiah Copeland
  • I Married A HonkyShemekiah Copeland
  • Barefoot In Heaven (Ray Wyllie Hubbard)Shemekiah Copeland
  • The Dolls Are SleepingShemekiah Copeland
  • Barefoot In HeavenShemekiah Copeland
  • All The Goodbyes In The WorldDon McGlashan (Memo Music Hall, Friday October 14)

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 and read about what Brian is up to outside Triple R.



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