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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1980-02-18
Comments
  • 95 minutes of the show available in excellent quality from the Derby Box
  • Starts the show with two singles from the night's session artists, both on People Unite
  • Peel’s #1 choice in his self-selected 1977 Festive Fifty is dug out for a spin
  • Appears to be first play of the debut Wah! Heat single. Peel comments that listeners may have read about them in the music press

Sessions

Tracklisting

  • The first 13 seconds of File 2 contain the time signal followed immediately by the opening notes of "In A Rut" (no introductory remarks by Peely).
  • File 1 cuts in during the following (first track of the show)
  • Ruts: In A Rut (7") People Unite
  • Misty: Six One Penny (7") People Unite
  • File 2 cuts in
  • Siouxsie & The Banshees: Happy House (7") Polydor
  • Flying Lizards: Her Story (LP - The Flying Lizards) Virgin
  • Eric Barnet: Quaker City (7", 1969) Crab
  • Ruts: Demolition Dancing (session) @
  • Motors: Dancing The Night Away (7") Virgin
  • File 2 cuts to File 3
  • UK Subs: Warhead (7") GEM
  • Misty: True Rasta Man (session)
JP: "I think Misty are very, very hard to beat. I can't understand why they are not more popular than they are."
JP: “Further proof that Liverpool is the cultural center of the globe certainly. And that said as a man who only goes there about 15 times a year, and that’s just for football.”
JP: "After Martha & The Muffins, Martha & The Vandellas. ‘Never overlook the obvious’ is the slogan dubbed in blood on our office door."

File

Name
  • 1) 1980-02-18 John Peel Radio 1 (Incomplete) DB149.mp3
  • 2) 216-800218+19.aif.mp3
  • 3) 216-800218a.if.mp3
  • 4) KevH Tape 1
Length
  • 1) 01:35:14
  • 2) 00:33:20 (from 00.00 to 00.13, then from 09:27)
  • 3) 00:32:17
  • 4) 01:33:19 (49:42-01:00:45) (from 57:39 unique)
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