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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1987-07-22
Comments
  • Peel plays a track from Ted Chippington, covering Dion's 'The Wanderer'.
  • Peel has a repeat session from Zinica, a band from Nicaragua, who are hailed from the caribbean coast of that country where most speak Creole English.

Sessions

Tracklisting

(JP: 'Woah I had a sing a long with that, cleared the tubes in no uncertain matter, that's Conway Twitty, It's Only Make Believe, used to be called I think Harold Jenkins which is his real name, why he changed it to Conway Twitty, perhaps it was quite a good career move you know, cause there'a a place now called something like Twitty City that he owns and I don't know what they do there but quite alot I expect.') [1]
(The Music Comes First trailer)

File

Name
  • 1) 020A-B2532XXXXXXX-0100A0.mp3
  • 2) 020A-B2532XXXXXXX-0101A0.mp3
  • 3) Bill Brewster's 80s Pause Button Tapes Vol 3
  • 4) Filled with Fear peel session by CLAIRE
  • 5) John Peel Comments On Claire Session
Length
  • 1) 1:00:23
  • 2) 0:57:16
  • 3) 1:30:26 (33:55-44:28)
  • 4) 0:05:39
  • 5) 0:02:06
Other
Available
Footnotes
  1. Conway Twitty lived for many years in Hendersonville, Tennessee, just north of Nashville, where he built a country music entertainment complex called Twitty City built at a cost of over $3.5 million. Opened in 1982 it was a popular tourist stop throughout the 1980s and into the early 1990s; it was shut down in 1994 after Conway's death in 1993. The complex was auctioned off and bought by the Trinity Broadcasting Network the No.1 Faith-based network in the world; now known as Trinity Music City, USA, it is open to the public, with free tours.
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