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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 2000-03-16
Comments
  • Show from Peel Acres. Introduction: “Hello, entire population of the known universe!”
  • First Mouse On Mars track, ‘Download Sofist’, hadn’t been played when the session was first broadcast. JP says that this may have been because he was talking too much.
  • Introducing ‘Peter Gunn’: “This is the record that I used to maintain was the best record that have ever been made until ‘Teenage Kicks’ came along.” After the Elastica track that follows, which has a vaguely similar guitar riff, JP then plays again “the most sublime moment in all of recorded popular music, when the sax stops and Duane comes twanging in on his own.” Anita the producer claims to have never heard the record before. William apparently tells his dad to turn it down before he blows the speakers.
  • On request, JP promotes the debut gig of an emailer's band for the next night, declaring he "doesn't know what they're like, but admires their impudence". The band were/are based in Cornwall and known as Every Third Sunday. There is no record of them appearing on any subsequent show.

Session

Tracklisting

File

Name
  • a) John Peel - 2000-03-16 (FM) (DK recorded)
  • b) jp160300
Length
  • a) 02:00:24
  • b) 02:00:12
Other
  • a) Many thanks to David and Gary.
  • b) Many thanks to Max-dat.
Available
  • a) Not currently available online
  • b) Mooo
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