Left of the Dial: “Landlocked”

Written by on June 4, 2018

Welcome back to Left of the Dial, tune in as with host Chris-R as we play some deep cuts from the classic age of vinyl and beyond. 

I’mma keep the description on this one short since everyone is super busy including myself (yall get it, I’m sure.) Great tunes regardless. And check out this upcoming week’s episode, I plan on doing a 2 hour BEST OF recap of my first year doing LotD, I’ll try and play highlight songs from past weeks in case anyone missed em and wants to check it out in a convenient format.

Anyway, less talk more rock. Enjoy this week of Left of the Dial

https://soundcloud.com/user-533321737/landlocked

And feel free to check out this Spotify playlist featuring every song featured on the program before.

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Playlist:

Track

Artist

Album

  • I Am The Cosmos
    Chris Bell
    "I Am The Cosmos" -1992 (Recorded in 1975, released posthumously)
  • Wolf Like Me
    TV On The Radio
    "Return To Cookie Mountain" -2006
  • Choci Loni
    Young Marble Giants
    "Colossal Youth" -1980
  • Hammond Song
    The Roches feat. Robert Fripp
    "The Roches" -1979
  • Dirty Business
    New Riders of the Purple Sage
    "New Riders of the Purple Sage" -1971
  • Wordless Chorus
    My Morning Jacket
    "Z" -2005
  • I'm Not Trading
    Sunna
    "One Minute Science" -2000
  • Llama
    Phish
    "A Picture of Nectar" -1992
  • Walking In The Rain
    The Ronettes
    "Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes Featuring Veronica" -1964
  • Just Say The Word
    Jerry Townes
    "Eccentric Soul: The Nickel and Penny Labels" *Compilation
  • Refried Funky Chicken
    Dixie Dregs
    "Free Fall" -1977
  • Don't Worry Baby
    Los Lobos
    "How Will The Wolf Survive?" -1984
  • Two Steps From The Blues
    Bobby "Blue" Bland
    "Two Steps From The Blues" -1961

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