- (Introduction to show, mood of Peel, interesting comments, etc. If possible, please add mentions of gigs attended, football matches, TV appearances, stories of past/current activities, etc, for use elsewhere on John Peel Wiki.)
- The Global Village Trucking Company were a band who lived communally in hippy style in Norfolk, following the example of US groups like the Grateful Dead and aiming to be self-reliant without depending on record company support. Their lifestyle was captured in a 1973 BBC TV documentary. One of the members, James Lascelles, is a first cousin, once removed, of Queen Elizabeth II.
- The Hot Tuna track is a cover of Robert Johnson's "Walkin' Blues".
- Global Village Trucking Company #2, recorded 7th May 1975.
- Martin Carthy #6, recorded 22nd April 1975, repeat, first broadcast 28 April 1975.
(Please add details of any commercial release of these sessions)
- File 1
- Rolling Stones: I'm Going Down (LP - Metamorphosis) (album release 6th June 1975)
- Rolling Stones: Don't Lie To Me (LP - Metamorphosis)
- Fairport Convention: Rising For The Moon (LP - Rising For The Moon - session version 6.8.74?)
- Fairport Convention: One More Chance (LP - Rising For The Moon) (Sandy Denny: "One More Chance that was called"...)
- Fairport Convention: White Dress (LP - Rising For The Moon) album release June 1975
- File 2
- Isley Brothers: Hope You Find Better Love (album - The Heat Is On)
- Global Village Trucking Company: Love Will Find A Way (session)
- Little Milton: I'm Tryin'
- Curly: High Flying Bird (7") Epic
- Loleatta Holloway: Cry To Me (LP – Cry To Me) Aware
- unknown: jazz-rockish instrumental
- Pointer Sisters: Sleeping Alone (LP – Steppin') ABC
- Hot Tuna: Walkin' Blues (LP - America's Choice) Grunt
- The Velours: Can I Come Over Tonight?
- unknown: (fades) sounds like Global Village Trucking Company: Cock Of The Rocks (session) ?
- 1) 32:34 (from 18:42)
- 2) 32:36
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