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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

NEWS:
We have a new DJ starting this month - do seek him out and say hello

David Smith - DJ

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David Smith

On my show this month:
Greetings and welcome to my first Dandelion Radio show! I've assembled a carefully curated two hour mix tape that includes several tracks from new and upcoming 2021 releases from Shame, Night Lunch (New Zealand), Carpool Tunnel, Bread Scientists, Nose Goblins, Full Flower Moon Band, Fritz, and Amparanoia.
Early in the set we hear an incredible cover song that must be heard to be believed. We have an Historical Highlight section giving a brief focus on Go-Go music, a style of music from Washington, DC. Speaking of history, we hear two great songs from the long gone Maximum Rock and Roll label, one from Poland and the other from Russia. Enjoy the show!

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Biography:
Hello, my name is David Smith. I grew up in Detroit, Michigan, a perfect place to explore a wide variety of music via live shows and record shops. For the past twenty years I’ve been living in the Washington, DC area.

I've been a rabid collector of music all of my life, with a current collection of around 5,000 CDs and pieces of vinyl, plus uncounted numbers of live bootlegs, digital downloads, and cassettes. I've taken advantage of my world travels to buy records and CDs from all over the world, including the time when I bought a Xalam CD in Dakar, Senegal and nearly started a riot.

My aim at Dandelion Radio is to present an interesting and far-reaching collection of music each month, carefully selected and sequenced like that great mix tape you received from a friend all those years ago.

Tracklistings and listen again to the previous shows: