- John Peel's Music On BFBS
- BFBS (Germany)
- Peel plays a birthday card from a listener that makes a tune to Happy Birthday To You.
- Peel says the best record he heard last weekend was Anthony Red Rose's Tempo.
- Peel mentions after the Puseletso Seema track that the song title means land cannot be fat.
- Tracks marked § also on Peel 019 (BFBS).
- File 2 begins
- Inca Babies: Crawling Garage Gasoline (12" - Surfin' In Locustland) Black Lagoon
- Les Black Carnations: (You Change Your Mood) So Frequently (7") Twang! Records
- File 1 cuts in
- Bogshed: 'Hand Me Down Father (v/a LP-Raging Sun)' (Rouska)
- Southern Death Cult: 'Moya (7"-Moya / Fatman)' (Situation Two)
- Theatre Of Hate: 'Rebel Without A Brain (7")' (Burning Rome)
- (JP: 'I'd actually forgotten how awful that is')
- Vibes: 'Judgement Day (LP-What's Inside?)' (Chainsaw)
- Joy Division: 'Isolation (LP-Closer)' (Factory) §
- (JP: 'Well, did you ever have so much fun.') §
- Anthony Red Rose: 'Tempo (12")' (Firehouse)
- Fall: 'Deer Park (LP-A Part Of America Therein, 1981)' (Cottage)
- Puseletso Seema & Tau Ea Linare: 'Vatse Halenone (LP-He O Oe Oe! - Music From Lesotho)' (Globe Style)
- Cocteau Twins: 'Musette And Drums (LP-Head Over Heels)' (4AD) §
- (JP: 'You know, I've heard that record squillions of times, and it's the first time I've ever noticed that she actually sings the words "musette and drums" several times in the course of it.') §
- (JP: 'Did that statue move?') §
- Dissidenten & Lem Chaheb: 'Fata Morgana (LP-Sahara Electric)' (Globe Style)
- File 1 cuts out at start of track
- File 2 ends at end of show
- 1) john peel's music on BFBS August 1985 (mislabelled date)
- 2) John Peel's Music - 1985-09-09.mp3
- 1) 44:20 (from 3:29)
- 2) 56:58
- 1) Many thanks to dan_ster. Full tape details at BFBS 1985
- 2) Many thanks to Eddie Berlin
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