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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1990-12-15
Comments
  • Peel mentions Bob Geldof stayed at his house, but did not enjoy it.
  • Peel says that Norman Blake from Teenage Fanclub makes an appearance on Gumball's I Want You session track, which is a cover of the Troggs song.
  • Peel plays a couple of Christmas covers from Rifle Sport doing Little Drummer Boy (originally written by Katherine Kennicott Davis in 1941) and the Creamers' Father Christmas, originally done by the Kinks.
  • Peel thought he smelt some burning in the studio, but says that it maybe his imagination.

Sessions

Tracklisting

(JP: 'A golden gasser from New Order')
(JP: 'Well the programme is only 36 minutes old and that's two old records already, it's nostalgia night')
(JP: 'Not quite sure where they come from, is it too much to hope that they come from Green Bay, seeing they call Green Day') [1]

File

Name
  • 1) 020A-B7663XXXXXXX-0100A0.mp3
  • 2) 1990-12 Peel Festive Period 1990 Part 1.mp3
  • 3) john-peel-28a-1990-91
  • 4) 1990-11-xx-12-xx Peel Show LE090
  • 5) 1990-12-xx-1991-01-xx Peel Show LE091
  • 6) C160 The Peel Tapes Vol.12
  • 7) best of peel vol 18 part 2 (with introductions)
  • 8) C165 At A Variety Of Speeds 2
Length
  • 1) 3:00:12
  • 2) 01:46:48 (00:06:04-13:37)
  • 3) 46:53 (26:06-33:10) (to 29:02 unique) 10:29
  • 4) 1:36:36 (1:15:04-1:31:49) 27:14
  • 5) 1:04:04 (17:46-29:05) 38:35
  • 6) 1:30:58 (46:00-1:11:31) (to 1:02:01, from 1:06:32 unique) 64:06 69:05
  • 7) 00:46:23 (to 11:18) 80:23
  • 8) 1:30:58 (to 10:18) (to 5:31 unique) 85:54 running total
Other
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Footnotes
  1. Green Day are from East Bay in San Francisco.
  2. The song is in the Finnish language and translates in English as 'Don't Listen To Music'.
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