Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1969-02-23
Comments
  • (Introduction to show, mood of Peel, interesting comments, etc. If possible, please add mentions of gigs attended, football matches, TV appearances, stories of past/current activities, etc, for use elsewhere on John Peel Wiki.)
  • Edited show, from a set of tapes digitised by Colin Harper. Off-air recordings made by his friend on Reel to Reel.
  • Colin's notes below:
  • Liverpool Scene recorded 6 items for John Peel's 'Top Gear' on 6/1/69, broadcast over two shows in January and February. These nine tracks derive, in the bloc presented, from an off-air reel of various other indentifiably early-1969 off-air tracks and contain, I think, 5 of the 6 tracks from that first Liverpool Scene BBC session ('Tramcar to Frankenstein' is the missing one) along with 4 other tracks from the group's commercial recordings that must have been played on the show in early 1969: 'Percy Parslow's Hamster Farm' from the LP 'Amazing Adventures of...' and three tracks from 45s: 'Son, Son', 'The Woo Woo' and 'Love Is'.

Sessions

Tracklisting

File

Name
  • 1) Liverpool Scene - Top Gear 6/1/69
  • 2a) Spooky Tooth - Peel session - Top Gear 23/2/69
  • 2b) 1969-02-23 TG 23.2.69 Spooky Tooth 2 songs
  • 3) 1969-02-23 Moody Blues TG 23 Feb 69 (2 songs).mp3
  • 4) 1969-02-23 Moody Blues unknown 'Just send my love away' (Lp track).mp3
Length
  • 1) 32:32 (3:56-8:35, 17:50 on)
  • 2) 6:28
  • 3) 7:15
  • 4) 2:35
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