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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1981-07-21
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Sessions

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Tracklisting

  • File 2 begins at start of show, with John reading out bad reviews of records from tonight's session guests.
  • Delinquents: All Talk And No Action! (album - The Delinquents) Live Wire LW-2
  • Alternative TV: The Ancient Rebels (7") I.R.S. PFP 1006
  • Duane Eddy: Cannonball
JP: "I should have dedicated this programme at the beginning to the England cricketers, particularly Bob Willis and Ian Botham. I'm not that keen on cricket, but obviously today's result has been very romantic, very Roy of the Rovers [2] And also it may keep Lady Di's wedding dress off the front pages if only for 24 hours and I think we should be grateful for that."
JP: "Almost the only people on the planet who can be forgiven for being Australian."
  • Soul Shakers: I'm Getting Weaker
  • Mo-Dettes: Yellow Smile (session) #
  • Black: Human Features (7") Rox ROX 17 #
  • Room: In Sickness & Health (7") Box BOX 003 #
  • File 2 cuts out during above track
  • Angelic Upstarts: Two Million Voices (session) (start only) #

File

Name
  • 1) July 1981.mp3
  • 2) 1981-07-21 Peel Show DB245.mp3
Length
  • 1) 2:01:32 (from 1:44:51) (2:17 unique)
  • 2) 1:34:58
Other
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Footnotes
  1. Presumably his 1981 7" single, 'Lambs To The Slaughter'.
  2. England had pulled off a remarkable victory over Australia in the celebrated Third Test at Headingley that afternoon.
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