Christmas special live from Peel Acres. As well as the session artists, the carol-singing choir also included members of Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, family members, friends and locals (George the engineer eventually becomes choir spokesperson by popular acclamation). A set of local bell-ringers appear for the second consecutive year.
Maloko track appears on Peel's FabricLive.07 comp. Here he says that he always plays it when he's out and he can judge how the evening will go by the audience reaction.
JP suggests that the only reason he used to be invited to compare festivals in Holland was that "Peel" means "prick" in Dutch and the organizers enjoyed putting his name on the publicly displayed promo posters.
Cowcube, #2. Recording date unknown (own studio). No known commercial release.
(All the below live from Peel Acres, and all no known commercial release)