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*A listener mentions [[Liverpool]]'s last match, which saw them lose 2-1 to lowly [[Sunderland]] on Sunday afternoon ([http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_prem/2553083.stm BBC report]). JP: ''"I've never seen Liverpool play as badly as they've been playing over the past month in all of the time that I've been supporting them. I'm just appalled by them. I can't see them winning another game all season, to be perfectly honest. Perhaps a spell in the First Division will do them the world of good. <ref>The Sunderland result made it six matches without a win in the Premier League. Despite John's pessimism, the defeat still left Liverpool fifth in the table.</ref> Had a good result at Portman Road anyway, so at least one person in our house was pretty happy."'' <ref>Ipswich had beaten Watford 4-2 on Saturday afternoon.</ref>
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*A listener mentions [[Liverpool]]'s last match, which saw them lose 2-1 to lowly [[Sunderland]] on Sunday afternoon ([http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_prem/2553083.stm BBC report]). JP: ''"I've never seen Liverpool play as badly as they've been playing over the past month in all of the time that I've been supporting them. I'm just appalled by them. I can't see them winning another game all season, to be perfectly honest. Perhaps a spell in the First Division will do them the world of good. <ref>The Sunderland result made it six matches without a win in the Premier League. John's disenchantment is understandable, since Liverpool had topped the league for several weeks during October and November before entering the current run of bad form. The Sunderland defeat left Liverpool fifth in the table.</ref> Had a good result at Portman Road anyway, so at least one person in our house was pretty happy."'' <ref>Ipswich had beaten Watford 4-2 on Saturday afternoon.</ref>
 
*Another listener asks who the artist is behind the song "Bloody" that he remembers hearing Peel play back in 1997. This is of course the classic by the [[Golinski Brothers]]. JP: ''"Whenever we made up a holiday tape it was always on there so all of our children know it as well as I know it."'' Peel sings the chorus to demonstrate this and then promises to play it early in the New Year.
 
*Another listener asks who the artist is behind the song "Bloody" that he remembers hearing Peel play back in 1997. This is of course the classic by the [[Golinski Brothers]]. JP: ''"Whenever we made up a holiday tape it was always on there so all of our children know it as well as I know it."'' Peel sings the chorus to demonstrate this and then promises to play it early in the New Year.
 
*JP: ''"I had the room mate from hell when I lived in Dallas, Texas. This is quite true. He's a man who used to give my records away to young women that he met around the pool and eventually ended up being involved with Charles Manson. So it was just as well that I let him have the records and didn't argue with him too much I think."''
 
*JP: ''"I had the room mate from hell when I lived in Dallas, Texas. This is quite true. He's a man who used to give my records away to young women that he met around the pool and eventually ended up being involved with Charles Manson. So it was just as well that I let him have the records and didn't argue with him too much I think."''
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*Segue: ''"Hi! We're the Commodores. I'm William King. I'm Lionel Richie. I'm Thomas McClary. I'm Milan Williams. I'm Walter Clyde. And I'm Ronald LaPread. And we'd like to say to all of our friends, have a merry, merry Christmas and a happy New Year!"''
 
*Segue: ''"Hi! We're the Commodores. I'm William King. I'm Lionel Richie. I'm Thomas McClary. I'm Milan Williams. I'm Walter Clyde. And I'm Ronald LaPread. And we'd like to say to all of our friends, have a merry, merry Christmas and a happy New Year!"''
 
*[[Carter Family]]: I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes (LP - [http://www.discogs.com/Carter-Family-On-Border-Radio-Vol-1/release/6125764 On Border Radio 1939 Vol.1]) Arhoolie
 
*[[Carter Family]]: I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes (LP - [http://www.discogs.com/Carter-Family-On-Border-Radio-Vol-1/release/6125764 On Border Radio 1939 Vol.1]) Arhoolie
*[[Unamed Irish Travellers]]: Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes (LP - [http://www.discogs.com/Unknown-Artist-The-Traveling-People-Of-Ireland-Irish-Tinker-Music/release/1886163 The Traveling People Of Ireland]) Lyrichord
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*[[Unnamed Irish Travellers]]: Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes (LP - [http://www.discogs.com/Unknown-Artist-The-Traveling-People-Of-Ireland-Irish-Tinker-Music/release/1886163 The Traveling People Of Ireland]) Lyrichord
 
*[[Misc.]]: Drive In (Various LP - [http://www.discogs.com/Various-Warenkorb-4/release/58284 Warenkorb No.4]) Ware
 
*[[Misc.]]: Drive In (Various LP - [http://www.discogs.com/Various-Warenkorb-4/release/58284 Warenkorb No.4]) Ware
 
*[[Crack (We Are Rock)]]: Hooker Leg (EP - [http://www.discogs.com/Crack-We-Are-Rock-Silent-Fantasy/release/348740 Silent Fantasy]) Tigerbeat6
 
*[[Crack (We Are Rock)]]: Hooker Leg (EP - [http://www.discogs.com/Crack-We-Are-Rock-Silent-Fantasy/release/348740 Silent Fantasy]) Tigerbeat6

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Show Edit

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 2002-12-17
Comments
  • A listener mentions Liverpool's last match, which saw them lose 2-1 to lowly Sunderland on Sunday afternoon (BBC report). JP: "I've never seen Liverpool play as badly as they've been playing over the past month in all of the time that I've been supporting them. I'm just appalled by them. I can't see them winning another game all season, to be perfectly honest. Perhaps a spell in the First Division will do them the world of good. [1] Had a good result at Portman Road anyway, so at least one person in our house was pretty happy." [2]
  • Another listener asks who the artist is behind the song "Bloody" that he remembers hearing Peel play back in 1997. This is of course the classic by the Golinski Brothers. JP: "Whenever we made up a holiday tape it was always on there so all of our children know it as well as I know it." Peel sings the chorus to demonstrate this and then promises to play it early in the New Year.
  • JP: "I had the room mate from hell when I lived in Dallas, Texas. This is quite true. He's a man who used to give my records away to young women that he met around the pool and eventually ended up being involved with Charles Manson. So it was just as well that I let him have the records and didn't argue with him too much I think."
  • A listener whose birthday it is complains about family members sending him a multi-purpose combined birthday and Christmas card. Peel mentions that it is his brother Alan's birthday the next day. "I'll check with him whether he gets Christmas / birthday presents and cards all in one. I suspect he probably does and it must be very irritating indeed."
  • Sheena Easton's "9 To 5" is described as, "a great pop record, it has to be said."
  • John gets into the festive spirit and has fun with the Commodores Christmas message.

Sessions Edit

  • Econoline one and only session. Recorded 25 November 2002.

Tracklisting Edit

File Edit

Name
  • 10. John Peel Show 17-12-02.mp3
Length
  • 2:00:30
Available
Footnotes
  1. The Sunderland result made it six matches without a win in the Premier League. John's disenchantment is understandable, since Liverpool had topped the league for several weeks during October and November before entering the current run of bad form. The Sunderland defeat left Liverpool fifth in the table.
  2. Ipswich had beaten Watford 4-2 on Saturday afternoon.
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