• 1999-11-03
  • Start of show: "No question about that, and a nice rowdy record anyway to get us underway."
  • John does a Dave Lee Travis and plays his chair, the noisiest he thinks he's ever had.
  • A final decision is made to run two Festive Fifties, "and if it doesn't work out, we'll end up by doing neither of them".
  • The Peelenium features an unprecedented 10 tracks, and JP reveals that he was one of the few people to like the Rolling Stones LP featured in it.
  • Ella Mae Morse died on October 16 and Peel plays one of her hits in tribute.


  • Tram, #2. Recorded 1999-09-05. No known commercial release.


Peelenium 1967 - Part 1

  1. Country Joe & The Fish: 'Pat's Song (LP-I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-To-Die)' (Vanguard)
  2. Beatles: 'I Am The Walrus (LP-Magical Mystery Tour)' (Parlophone)
  3. Who: 'I Can See For Miles (LP-The Who Sell Out)' (Track)
  4. Rolling Stones: 'She's A Rainbow (LP-Their Satanic Majesties Request)' (Decca)
(JP: 'You may have seen from reading the papers an obituary of Ella Mae Morse. I played you on a couple of occasions a song of hers called Forty Cups Of Coffee, which used to get played a lot on the radio when I was about that big, but this is probably her biggest hit.')

Peelenium 1967 - Part 2

  1. Blue Cheer: 'Summertime Blues (LP-Vincebus Eruptum)' (Philips)
  2. Purple Gang: 'Granny Takes A Trip (7")' (Transatlantic)
  3. Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band: 'Sure 'Nuff'N Yes I Do (LP-Safe As Milk)' (Buddah)
  4. Love: 'The Castle (LP-Da Capo)' (Elektra)
  5. Pink Floyd: 'Arnold Layne (7")' (EMI Columbia)
  6. James Carr: 'The Dark End Of The Street (7")' (Goldwax) [1]


  • a) Peel Show 1999-11-03
  • b) jp031199.mp3
  • a) 02:01:51
  • b) 01:59:49
  • a) Many thanks to the taper.
  • b) Many thanks to max-dat.
  1. Identified by Peel as one of Andy Kershaw's favourite tracks.