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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1985-08-06

Comments

  • Peel at the beginning of the show mentions he would play Suicidal Tendencies amongst others, but seems to have forgotten to play it or did not have time.
  • Rabbi Joseph Gordan turns out to be Julian Cope who only released one single under that name.
  • Peel advertises the Liverpool Peace Festival organised by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
  • Peel appeals to listeners to stop writing what Irradiated Ergosterol mean after asking them what it means on last week's show. [1]
  • Peel wished he was in Moscow, Russia to see Misty In Roots perform at the World Festival Of Youth And Students.
  • Peel asked the Pig what an Abecedarian is, while the Frankie Paul track was playing. Abecedarian turns out to mean "arranged alphabetically".
  • Peel plays a track from a Lesotho band called Sankomota.
  • He also plays the Pogues' version of the traditional "Gentleman Soldier", a song that had been a Peel favourite in the 1970s in the version by Jack The Lad.

Sessions

Tracklisting

(JP: 'Believe by many citizens to be Julian Cope, that can't possibly be the case')
(JP: 'We had a go translating here in the studio with the suggestions that were advance so unpleasant, I won't pass it onto you')
(JP: 'Here's one for lovers of real country music')

File

Name
  • 020A-B9960XXXXXXX-0100A0.mp3
Length
  • 1:59:56
Other
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Footnotes
  1. Peel asked the same question again on his 16 July 2003 show
  2. Translated as "Rather have a glass too many"
  3. The Damned doing a country song featuring the vocals of Vivian Mason
  4. Uhuru translates as 'Freedom'
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