- Radio London
- More on this show at Kat's Karavan
- Peel explains that he is a day late in returning to the Radio London ship from shore leave because he overslept, "after a night of revelry at festive Peel Acres". He is happy to be back; "I feel as though I was back home again..."
- See also 12 July 1967 (Transcript) for full Peel comments.
(Courtesy Duff Paddy)
- The Beatles: All You Need Is Love (fades in) (single) Parlophone R 5620
- Donovan: Epistle to Dippy (US single) Epic 10127
- Howlin' Wolf: Meet Me In The Bottom (LP - Howlin' Wolf) Chess LP-1469 (US release)
- The Purple Gang: Granny Takes A Trip (single) Transatlantic BIG 101 (JP; "a little UFO music for you...[laughs]...oh, it's good to be back")
- The Misunderstood: You Don't Have To Go (unreleased demo acetate)
- Velvet Underground: European Son to Delmore Schwartz (LP - Velvet Underground and Nico) Verve 5008 (US release)
- Simon and Garfunkel: Sparrow (LP - Wednesday Morning 3 A.M.) Columbia 9049 (US release) (JP: "There is some poor, pitiful sad oaf in Slough who hates the dawn chorus....and this fellow has killed 700 sparrows...this is revolting...because I'm a sparrow, maybe you are too, and we may be next")
- Jimmy Reed: Big Boss Man (LP - The New Jimmy Reed Album) HMV CLP 3611
- The Zodiac Sagittarius (LP - Cosmic Sounds) Elektra EKL 4009
- Blues Project: Fly Away (LP - Projections) Verve Forecast FT 3008 (US release) (Album sent to JP by a "beautiful German lady doctor psychologist person", he says)
- Jeff Beck: Rock My Plimsoul (b-side of "Tallyman" single) Columbia DB 8227
- Jefferson Airplane: White Rabbit (single) RCA 9248 (US release) (JP: "It's called White Rabbit and it's for a white rabbit too, actually" - his first wife Shirley Anne Milburn, whom he nicknamed the White Rabbit when he dedicated records to her)
- Roger McGough: Mother, There's A Strange Man Waiting At the Door (LP - The Incredible New Liverpool Scene) CBS 63049
- Jimi Hendrix Experience: Foxy Lady (LP - Are You Experienced) Track 612 001
- Giant Sunflower: February Sunshine (single) CBS 2805
- The Mothers of Invention: America Drinks, Status Back Baby, Uncle Bernie's Farm, Son of Suzy Creamcheese (LP - Absolutely Free) Verve/MGM 5013 (US release) (JP: "Suzy, I hope you're listening, love...she's in trouble, along with Hoppy, for trying to defend a few of our basic freedoms")
- John Mayall: Dust My Blues (LP - A Hard Road) Decca LK 4853
- The Beatles: Fixing A Hole (LP - Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band) Parlophone PMC 7027
- 1967-07-12 Perfumed_Garden_.mp3
- 1967 07 12 Wed 0003-0122 R London (266m) - John Peel - Perfumed Garden (off-air).mp3 same file
- 72.8MB, MP3
- Shared via Kat's Karavan
- Many thanks to Colin Ellis and Duff Paddy!
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