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.
Show opens with a cover of the Kinks' "Tired Of Waiting For You" by US jazz-rock band Flock.
Tracks include Peel hero Gene Vincent's remake of his greatest hit, "Be-Bop-A Lula", for the DJ's Dandelion label. Peel mentions that Vincent is "in the country the moment and appearing at such unlikely places as the Speakeasy"
The Disinterred Thirty-Three and a Third link is missing, but it is likely that the track by Eddie Hardin and Peter York was programmed to precede the above track, as Hardin and York were also former members of the Spencer Davis Group.
On the session credited to Mike Cooper, which also features Jo-Ann Kelly and Bob Hall on piano, Jo-Ann Kelly does a cover version of Charley Patton's "Moon Going Down", complete with an imitation of Patton's vocal style. They also cover the Rolling Stones' "The Spider And The Fly".
Mentions he'll be on BBC2 TV's Line-Up at 11.20 that evening, reviewing the week's TV - and "the appalling Peel will be in colour".
Forest #2 recorded 16th September 1969. No known commercial release.
Mike Cooper #3 (with Jo-Ann Kelly & Bob Ball), recorded 20th October 1969. No known commercial release.
File 2 begins at start of show - “this is another Top Gear with a flurry, of course, of four-letter words…"
Flock: Tired Of Waiting (LP – The Flock) CBS 63733
Liverpool Scene: The Day We Danced At The Dole (LP – Bread On The Night) RCA SF 8057 (Played “with special love to Grass Eye and George’s in Manchester”. He fades the track early – maybe John Walters wasn’t amused - and then talks about Eccles cakes)
Jefferson Airplane: Good Shepherd (LP – Volunteers) RCA LSP 4238 (US release) also File 3(JP says LP “will probably be released over here, after about six months have elapsed”, as this seems to be the rule)