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This Is What Brooklyn Sounds Like

Look At My Records! (Music)

Look At My Records Live! is a freeform radio program that showcases an eclectic variety of music both old and new, with a strong emphasis on the local music scene. Host Tom Gallo conducts candid interviews with area bands and asks them to curate a playlist from his very own record collection. What typically results is an in depth conversation that unveils influences, past experiences, plenty of nostalgia, and even the occasional mutual fawning. You can also catch the occasional live in studio performance and hear special recorded performances from “The McKenzie Tapes” vault, which contains a plethora of live performance at various NYC venues over the course of the last 40 years.

Sat Oct 13th 2018 2.00pm–3.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: eastern


Nick Lowe “so It Goes”
from Jesus of Cool LP Single (1978)


The Dickies “Cross Eyed Tammy”
from Locked 'n' Loaded Cassette


Lyres “geraldine”
from Some Lyres Cassette (Taang! Records)


Nada Surf “Hi-Speed Soul”
from Let Go Cassette (Barsuk Records 2003)


The Go! Team “Bottle Rocket”
from Thunder, Lightning, Strike Cassette Single (Memphis Industries Ltd 2004)


Frankie Cosmos “Owen”
from Zentropy Cassette (DOUBLE DOUBLE WHAMMY 2014)


Hatchie “sure”
from Sugar & Spice - EP Cassette (Heavenly Recordings)


Public Access T.V. “meltdown”
from Street Safari Cassette (Cinematic Music Group)


White Denim “It Might Get Dark”
from Performance Cassette (City Slang)


R. Stevie Moore “There Is No God in America”
from Verve (Cordelia Records)

Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.