This 1992 release of Feeney's includes an amazing mix of styles.
She intends it as a dream hour of free-form community radio ... starting with her title track love letter to community (left-of-the-dial -- get it?) stations.
Producer Jack Irwin assembles an extremely talented group of backup musicians.
The lush recording includes E-Street bassist Garry Tallent and Rockpile guitarist Billy Bremner on the electric sessions and on the acoustic sessions it's the venerable Roy Huskey Jr on acoustic bass and Winfield guitar champ Paul Kramer with Hot Band drummer Larry Atamanuik and multi-instrumentalist Jim Hoke moving seamlessly between both.
The mostly original songs cover feminist, labor, environmental and peace themes. The last copies of this CD are for sale here. This is all the great music, but without the shrink-wrap and the 12 page color booklet that came with the $15.00 version... which is why it's such a bargain!
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1. Look to the Left
2. Ain't I a Woman?
3. Crooked House
4. Shell Game
5. I Married a Hero
6. Me Case con un Heroe
7. We Just Come to Work Here
9. National Health Care Now!
10. Why Can't I have Nintendo?
11. We Do the Work
12. Raving Beauty
13. Record Time