Before Dallas Green performs on Nov 9 at The Ogden Theatre, he drops us a playlist to get deep into the City and Colour mood …

In the past, Dallas Green has said that he feels the “best music for (him) is sad music,” because it’s an easy way for everyone to escape with shared experiences. His newest album, If I Should Go Before You, continues on the path, carrying his somber torch of melodic indie rock and acoustic folk think-songs. On Monday, Nov 9, he brings tracks from the new album, and likely a bunch of old classics, to the Ogden Theatre with supporting act Hurray for the Riff Raff. Before he does, he wanted to give our readers a playlist to get deep into the City and Colour mood.

1. Sade – “No Ordinary Love“
2. D'angelo – “Untitled (How Does It Feel)”
3. Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats – “Mt. Abraxas”
4. Marvin Gaye – “Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)”
5. Mogwai – “Christmas Steps”
6. Josh T. Pearson – “Sweetheart, I Ain't Your Christ”
7. Zaki Ibrahim – “Something In The Water”
8. John Grant – “Where Dreams Go To Die”
9. David Bazan – “Impermanent Record”
10. The Chris Robinson Brotherhood – “Burn Slow”