Hear about Wagons’ first album in five years, Songs from the Aftermath, with Henry Wagons.

Playlist for Off The Record – 10 August 2019
  • Rockin' At Cosmo's/2120 South Michigan AvenueLee Allen/Stones
  • Winter Blues (from Winter Blues)Emma Russack
  • Last Thoughts of Woody Guthrie (from The New Adventures of PP Arnold)PP Arnold
  • All The LoveLucie Thorne
  • Falling CloudsDyson, Stringer & Cloher
  • Meet me In The Hallway (from Opelousified)Opelousas
  • Heaven Only Knows (from Rush of Blood)Geraint Watkins
  • The Dead Don't DieSturgill Simpson
  • Country Squire (from Country Squire)Tyler Childers
  • SALUTE TO Art Neville (17.12.1937 - 22.07.2019)THE CELLAR OF SOUND
  • Hey Pockey Way (from Keys To The Crescent City)Art Neville
  • Look A Py Py (from The Best of Meters)The Meters
  • Carry You (from Run Home Slow)Teskey Brothers
  • I Am The Devil (from Volume 10 forthcoming)Heartbrokers
  • 56 Fury (from Texas)Rodney Crowell (with Billy F Gibbons)
  • Back It Up (from Nils)Nils Lofgren
  • Goin' Back (Goffin-King) (from Record Plant Live 1975)Nils Lofgren
  • Cry Tough (from Cry Tough)Nils Lofgren
  • City Lights (from Blue With Lou)Nils Lofgren
  • Talk Through The Tears (from Blue With Lou)Nils Lofgren
  • Drifting (Live in the studio)Henry Wagons
  • Take Me To Your Leader (from Songs From The Aftermath)Wagons
  • Old Fashioned NightsWagons
  • INTERVIEW (re. Spotted Mallard, August 24)STETSON FAMILY
  • Desert Sand (Live In The Studio)Stetson Family
  • Lonesome ValleyStetson Family
  • Wheels (from Live At The Iridium)Albert Lee

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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