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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1992-08-01
Comments
  • Ultra Violet Eye

    The cover of the Ultra Violet Eye single

    Peel mentions a lot of athletes at the Olympics look like PJ Harvey.
  • Peel mentions liking the cover of the Ultra Violet Eye single.
  • Peel plays two cover versions of Beatles tracks, one of a session track from the Bardots covering Don't Let Me Down and the other, Sonic Youth's Within You Without You.
  • Peel talks about his visit to Russia and the Baltic states and said that musicians there were very laddish and not many females in bands. The only exception he said was a band called 1983, who he saw in Tallinn, Estonia which he plays a track from. He goes on to say the band are very Sarah like sound.
  • Peel plays a session track from the Smashing Pumpkins covering Eric Burdon And The Animals' Girl Named Sandoz, which is available on a Peel Sessions CD, released by the Hut label.

Sessions

  • Klezmatics only session, recorded 14th July 1992. No known commercial release.
  • Bardots only session, recorded 5th May 1992, repeat, first broadcast 06 June 1992. No known commercial release.

Tracklisting

(news)
(Simon Bates trailer)
(news)

Tracks marked in Bold letters corresponds to Files below.

File

Name
  • a) john-peel-47a-1992
  • b) best of peel vol 50 side 2 with introductions
  • c) 1992-07-xx Peel Show LE144
  • d) 020A-H00500XXXXXXX-0100A0.mp3
  • e) C185 The Peel Tapes Vol.19
Length
  • a) 46:42 (to 14:27) (to 1:52, from 9:41 unique)
  • b) 00:46:33 (19:01-44:10)
  • c) 1:32:41 (54:09-1:25:09) (to 1:17:38, from 1:18:15 additional to b)
  • d) 3:00:59
  • e) 1:34:54 (2:31-6:52, 6:58-11:18)
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