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Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1985-03-19
Comments
  • Peel mentions that Punch magazine wanted to ring the Pig to do a piece on scruffy husbands, which he said 'boasted my morale you could imagine'.
  • Peel plays a wrong track moment for a few seconds when he played Misty In Roots instead of Jane Bond & The Undercovermen.
  • Peel wishes he could visit Cuba to experience live Cuban music, whilst mentioning that it has nothing to do with any enthusiasm for the communist government in the country after playing Jane Bond & The Undercovermen's I Made Love To A Communist track.
  • Peel reveals that Misty In Roots' Musi-O-Tunya LP translates as 'Smoke With Thunders'. It is the local name for Victoria Falls located between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
  • Peel is delighted that Billy Bragg's Between The Wars EP has climbed to number 15 in the UK singles chart.
  • Peel says that he would like to go to a hypnotherapist, so that he is able to dance.
  • After hearing the Clash will produce a new single, Peel plays the original version of their song 'Armigedeon Time' by Willy Williams.

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Tracklisting

(JP: 'While we're dealing with Latin music, this is Eddie Palmieri')
(JP: 'A big favourite with John Lennon and there was a man who knew a good tune')

File

Name
  • 020A-B0543XXXXXXX-0100A0.mp3
Length
  • 1:59:59
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