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Show

Name
  • Keeping It Peel
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 2004-12-16
Comments
  • Radio 1's tribute to Peel, featuring a documentary and live music from Maida Vale.
  • Contemporary notes on the show:

BBC Radio 1 will pay tribute to the late John Peel through a night of live music to be broadcast on Thursday 16th December from 7pm. The night will be hosted by Steve Lamacq and come from the world famous BBC Maida Vale studios, the scene of many a Peel Session.
  • 7pm to 8pm - Teenage Dreams So Hard To Beat
Kicking off Peel night, Radio 1 takes a look back at the career of the great man with a one hour documentary celebrating his extraordinary life. Presented by Jarvis Cocker, the show will feature tributes from The Undertones, Orbital, the Cure, New Order, Supergrass, Robert Plant, Underworld, Siouxsie Sioux and the Buzzcocks.
  • 8pm to 11.30pm - "The Bands"
Live music from bands that John championed:
PJ Harvey
Wedding Present
Damon Albarn
Nina Nastasia
Hefner
Trencher
Melys
Steveless
Belle & Sebastian
Graham Coxon
Gorky's Zygotic Mynci
  • 11.30pm to 1am - "The DJs"
Dynamite MC presents 10-minute sets from:
Coldcut
Dreadzone
DJ Fresh
DJ Dreddy & Jone Cash
Alex Paterson
DJ Hixxy
Dave Clarke
Mike Paradinas & DJ Shitmat & DJ Scotch Egg
Underworld
Annie Nightingale continues to keep it Peel with full-length DJ sets from Alex Paterson, Dave Clarke and Digital Mystikz.

Sessions

  • PJ Harvey, #9. Live from Maida Vale 3. 'You Come Through' available on The Peel Sessions 1991-2004 (Island).
  • Belle & Sebastian, #5. Live from Maida Vale 4. No known commercial release.
  • Damon Albarn, one and only session. Live from Maida Vale 3. No known commercial release.
  • Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, #8. Live from Maida Vale 4. No known commercial release. 'Y Teimlad' is a cover of a Datblygu song and is not listed in Ken Garner's The Peel Sessions (p. 289).
  • Hefner, #10. Live from Maida Vale 3. No known commercial release. The band had split up two years previously, but reformed especially for this appearance.
  • Trencher, #2. Live from Maida Vale 4. No known commercial release. Listing of titles defies identification at this stage, although the last is apparently a Napalm Death cover.

Tracklisting

File a

Teenage Dreams So Hard To Beat

(The tracks below are played as backing to interview excerpts)

File b
The Bands

(The live tracks are interspersed by records chosen by the bands)

File c

File d

File e The DJs

file f

Annie Nightingale continues to keep it Peel with full-length DJ sets

file g

(Annie Nightingale ;"a beautiful and fantastic night of music on radio one live at maida vale...")

File

Name
  • a)-g) KeepingItPeel-2004-12-16d01-07
Length
  • a) 01:02:22
  • b) 01:10:25
  • c) 01:10:35
  • d) 01:08:42
  • e) 01:13:17
  • f) 01:05:33
  • g) 01:08:59
Other
  • The full 8 hour show as broadcast, on mp2 files. Many thanks to Eddie.
  • Taper's note: "You can treat these .mp2 files as if they were .mp3 files - most software and hardware "mp3" players can play mp2 files as well, but some braindead ones require you to change the filename to ".mp3". To play back these files, I would recommend "foobar2000" to Windows (and Linux users with Wine). Just open up the 7 ".cue" files in order, and you will be presented with the fully indexed 8 hour broadcast."
  • The files as originally formatted and shared are no longer available online. However, they have been converted to 192kbps mp3 by SIG and can be accessed from the links below.
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