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*Tracklisting below is from Volume 3 of the [[Decktician Logs]]. Many thanks to Decktician, [[Ken Garner]] for copying and additional information, and Rocker for acting as central HQ.
 
*Tracklisting below is from Volume 3 of the [[Decktician Logs]]. Many thanks to Decktician, [[Ken Garner]] for copying and additional information, and Rocker for acting as central HQ.
*Two from Bowie’s latest, Aladdin Sane.
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*Two tracks from [[David Bowie]]’s latest album, ''Aladdin Sane''.
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*Two vintage tracks by Peel favourite [[Earl Bostic]], one of them a rock'n'roll version of [[Jacques Offenbach]]'s "Barcarolle", from his [[opera]] ''The Tales Of Hoffmann''. The other is a version of [[Ray Noble]]'s [[jazz]] standard "Cherokee".
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*A session from visiting American singer-songwriter [[John Prine]], including one of his best-known songs, "Angel From Montgomery". Prine's down-to-earth, [[country]]-influenced style and sardonic lyrics earned him credibility with 1970s rock critics, and he was also a favourite of [[Andy Kershaw]].
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*Most obscure item in the listings is the title track from the only album by the duo [[Richmond]], recorded in London with some well-known names from the UK [[jazz ]]scene (Stan Sulzmann, Alan Skidmore, Jeff Clyne, John Marshall) among the backing musicians.
 
*In ''The Peel Sessions'', Ken has the final session track from Manfred Mann listed as ‘Get Your Socks Off’.
 
*In ''The Peel Sessions'', Ken has the final session track from Manfred Mann listed as ‘Get Your Socks Off’.
   
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*[[Jerry Lee Lewis]]: Movin’ On Down The Line (LP – [http://www.discogs.com/Jerry-Lee-Lewis-The-Session-Recorded-In-London-With-Great-Guest-Artists/master/325629 The Session Recorded In London With Great Guest Artists]) Mercury
 
*[[Jerry Lee Lewis]]: Movin’ On Down The Line (LP – [http://www.discogs.com/Jerry-Lee-Lewis-The-Session-Recorded-In-London-With-Great-Guest-Artists/master/325629 The Session Recorded In London With Great Guest Artists]) Mercury
*[[Richmond]]: Frightened (LP – [http://www.discogs.com/Richmond-Frightened/release/2193353 Frightened]) Intercord
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*[[Richmond]]: Frightened (LP – [http://www.discogs.com/Richmond-Frightened/release/2193353 Frightened]) Intercord (or Dart for UK release)
 
*[[Earl Bostic]]: Cherokee (LP - ) '''unknown'''
 
*[[Earl Bostic]]: Cherokee (LP - ) '''unknown'''
 
*[[Help Yourself]]: Amy (session) '''#'''
 
*[[Help Yourself]]: Amy (session) '''#'''
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*[[Roxy Music]]: Grey Lagoons (LP – [http://www.discogs.com/Roxy-Music-For-Your-Pleasure/master/58142 For Your Pleasure]) Island
 
*[[Roxy Music]]: Grey Lagoons (LP – [http://www.discogs.com/Roxy-Music-For-Your-Pleasure/master/58142 For Your Pleasure]) Island
 
*[[John Prine]]: Angel From Montgomery (session)
 
*[[John Prine]]: Angel From Montgomery (session)
*[[Earl Bostic]]: Barcarole (LP (with Tab Smith) – [http://www.discogs.com/Earl-Bostic-Tab-Smith-Swinging-Saxes/release/3044883 Swinging Saxes]) Polydor 623524
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*[[Earl Bostic]]: Barcarolle (LP (with Tab Smith) – [http://www.discogs.com/Earl-Bostic-Tab-Smith-Swinging-Saxes/release/3044883 Swinging Saxes]) Polydor 623524
 
Tracks marked '''#''' are available on '''File'''.
 
Tracks marked '''#''' are available on '''File'''.
   
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[[Category:Available online]]
 
[[Category:Available online]]
 
[[Category:Peel Shows (Incomplete)]]
 
[[Category:Peel Shows (Incomplete)]]
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[[Category:Sugarmegs]]

Latest revision as of 20:24, April 18, 2018

Show Edit

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1973-04-17
Comments
  • Tracklisting below is from Volume 3 of the Decktician Logs. Many thanks to Decktician, Ken Garner for copying and additional information, and Rocker for acting as central HQ.
  • Two tracks from David Bowie’s latest album, Aladdin Sane.
  • Two vintage tracks by Peel favourite Earl Bostic, one of them a rock'n'roll version of Jacques Offenbach's "Barcarolle", from his opera The Tales Of Hoffmann. The other is a version of Ray Noble's jazz standard "Cherokee".
  • A session from visiting American singer-songwriter John Prine, including one of his best-known songs, "Angel From Montgomery". Prine's down-to-earth, country-influenced style and sardonic lyrics earned him credibility with 1970s rock critics, and he was also a favourite of Andy Kershaw.
  • Most obscure item in the listings is the title track from the only album by the duo Richmond, recorded in London with some well-known names from the UK jazz scene (Stan Sulzmann, Alan Skidmore, Jeff Clyne, John Marshall) among the backing musicians.
  • In The Peel Sessions, Ken has the final session track from Manfred Mann listed as ‘Get Your Socks Off’.

Sessions Edit

Tracklisting Edit

Tracks marked # are available on File.

File Edit

Name
  • HelpYourself1973-10-04JohnPeelSession
Length
  • 0:16:04
Other
  • Thanks to Sugarmegs
Available
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