• 1991-07-21
  • Dim Stars

    The cover of the Dim Stars EP

    Peel mentions that Andy Kershaw played Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's Jhoole Jhoole Lal track on his show, and thought maybe not to repeat the song on his own programme, but then thought if Nusrat was Phil Collins, it would have been played 3-4 times per hour.
  • Peel plays a track from the Lazy Cowgirls covering Gogi Grant's The Wayward Wind.
  • Peel plays a track from the Cookie Crew, which he says mentions his name.
  • Peel plays a track from The Consort Of Musicke called Of All The Birds I Ever See, which was written by Thomas Ravenscroft, a 16th century musician, who ironically has the same name as JP's son.
  • Peel mentions the Dim Stars EP features a cover of 'somebody taking an advantage of Batman's innocence in a rather shocking way.'
  • Peel plays a session track from Moose covering Roxy Music's In Every Dream Home A Heartache.
  • Peel plays a couple tracks from the latest LP from Thinking Fellers Union Local 282.



(JP: 'This week's Kat's Karavan tip for the top, that's The Farm') @
(JP: 'Cover version by Mudhoney on the new LP I understand') @
  • Moose: Do You Remember (session) £
(update news on the Newton train crash)
(JP: 'Should have played you the original as well I suppose')
(JP: 'And that's the last one tonight from Moose in session, Suzanne, hey you want Suzanne's, we got them')
(Peel's children: 'Hey turnip, play some reggae')

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  • 1) RF Sessions 14.mp3
  • 2) 020A-B8476XXXXXXX-0100M0.mp3
  • 3) best of peel vol 33 (with introductions) parts 1
  • 4) best of peel vol 33 (with introductions) parts 2
  • 5) john-peel-34a-1991
  • 6) john-peel-34b-1991
  • 7) 1991-07-xx Peel Show LE110
  • 8) BestOf1991_03a
  • 1) 1:23:32 (35:03-44:40, 58:13 on) (main)
  • 2) 2:59:52
  • 3) 0:46:44 (until 0:14:43) (main or unique)
  • 4) 0:47:15 (0:03:38 - 0:13:05) (unique)
  • 5) 0:46:10 (from 0:38:15) (Snapper track unique)
  • 6) 0:46:39 (until 0:03:18) (dup)
  • 7) 1:33:42 (0:39:34 - 1:17:47) (main/unique)
  • 8) 46:34 (to) (Gabriel track unique)
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