- Peel mentioned going shopping in Marble Arch and buying a record by a band called Boston from Boston, America. He goes on to dedicate it to the French lady who sold the LP to him.
- Peel mentions that his sister in law Gabriela probably has come back from the pub and would have enjoyed Poco's Rose Of Cimarron or probably not.
- Boston: Foreplay/Long Time (LP - Boston) Epic
- Jack The Lad: 8 Ton Crazy (7") United Artists
- Medicine Head: It's Natural (session)
- Poco: Rose Of Cimarron (7") ABC
- Cimarons: Hear Talk Of Inflation (LP - On The Rock) Vulcan
- Be Bop Deluxe: Twilight Capers (LP - Modern Music) Harvest
- Peter Frampton: Baby I Love Your Way (7") A&M
- Medicine Head: Over You (session)
- Van Der Graaf Generator: A Place To Survive (LP - World Record) Charisma
- A Band Called "O": Don't Cha Wanna (Have A Real Good Time) (7") United Artists
- (JP: 'Speaking of real good times, there is a poster up here in the studio for the BBC Radio One Disc Jockey Day next Sunday at, no Sunday week actually, oh nearly led you up the garden path there, at Brands Hatch and there's a photograph of Tony Blackburn with a peculiar ghastly grin across his face and written on his shirt, it says, somebody has written 'This Man has been stuffed with sage and onions' and the writing looks appalling like mine')
- Medicine Head: It's Natural (session) (Peel admits he was supposed to play Sun Sinking Low, but instead played the whole of It's Natural by mistake)
- Albion Dance Band: Hopping Down In Kent (7" - Hopping Down In Kent / Merry Sherwood Rangers) Harvest
- john peel aug or sept 1976.mp3
- Many thanks to Tim.
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