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  • 1970-05-09
Comments
  • Tracklisting below is from Volume 1 of the Decktician Logs. Many thanks to Decktician, Ken Garner for copying and additional information, and Rocker for acting as central HQ.
  • No room for guest poets on Top Gear, but Peel plays a track from an album of Brian Patten reading from his work. Taking no account of the time of year, JP also plays a Christmas blues from a reissue album on the Sussex-based Flyright label, founded by a group of blues enthusiasts associated with the magazine Blues Unlimited.
  • Tracks from new but subsequently famous albums by the Rolling Stones, the Who and Van Morrison.
  • A rare appearance in a Peel playlist for Tom Paxton, one of Elektra Records' most popular artists in the UK but not a special favourite of the DJ.

Sessions

  • Curved Air #1 First broadcast. Recorded 1970-04-28.
    • No known commercial release
    • A session with a different tracklist was released on On Air Strange Fruit SFRSCD022 / Live At The BBC Band Of Joy BOJCD 014 listed with this date, but it was actually recorded for Mike Harding's "Sounds of the Seventies" 17 November 1970. read
  • Roy Harper #4 Repeat. First broadcast 03 January 1970. Recorded 1969-12-15.
  • Medicine Head #1 Repeat. First broadcast 10 January 1970. Recorded 1969-12-15.
    • Ooee Baby not played.
    • No known commercial release.

Tracklisting

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