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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1993-08-14
Comments
  • Loudon Wainwright III plays live for Peel, as he has just done for Andy Kershaw. The two indulge in some insightful chat between tracks.
  • Peel revisits a 1972 track by electronic music pioneers Tonto's Expanding Head Band, and Love's 1968 single "Laughing Stock".

Sessions

Tracklisting

File a begins

File a ends

File b begins

(JP (to Loudon): "Andy and I wanted to get you in cos we both think the world of you, and if it's been a muddle singing between records, thank you for putting up with it.")

File b ends

File c begins

File c ends

File d begins

(JP: "The lo-fi wars rage on, and I'm all for it.")

File d ends

File e begins

File

Name
  • a) 1993-08-14 Peel Show L471.mp3
  • b) 1993-08-14 JP L363a
  • c) 1993-08-14 Peel Show L475a.mp3
  • d) 1993-08-14 JP L363b
  • e) 1993-08-14 Peel Show L475b.mp3
Length
  • a) 00:12:13
  • b) 00:47:35
  • c) 00:43:06
  • d) 00:38:26
  • e) 00:27:57
Other
  • a) File created from L471 of the SL Tapes, digitised by SB
  • b) & d) Files created from L363 of the SL Tapes, digitised by ML.
  • c) & e) Files created from L475 of the SL Tapes, digitised by SB.
Available
Footnotes
  1. As he intimates, JP immediately segues this into the following track, since it always upsets him on hearing it: the Teenage Kicks effect.
  2. Sung a cappella.
  3. Title may be incorrect: those on the label are different to the sleeve, according to Peel.
  4. John and Andy had already discussed the speed at which this should be played: John opts for "late-night listening" 33 1/3, and this confirms his judgement.