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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1991-07-27
Comments
  • Peel mentions that he and Sheila had recently been for a pub lunch wearing Top T-shirts.
  • Peel said he was going to play Charlie Rich's Everything I Do Is Wrong after Life With Patrick's Wrong song, but didn't have the record in the studio to play. He goes and sings a bit of Charlie Rich's Everything I Do Is Wrong track.
  • Peel plays a track from Blake Babies covering Dinosaur Jr.'s Severed Lips.

Sessions

  • Gunshot, #1. No known commercial release.
  • Stretchheads, [1] one and only session. No known commercial release.

Tracklisting

(JP: 'And now, thoughts on haircuts, number 23 in a continuing series.')
(11.30 p.m. news)
(news)
(JP: 'Listen when I'm on the air, nobody sleeps, that's Massacre from the LP on Earache records, From Beyond and Succubus was the title of the track')
(JP: 'Our William recently discovered the work of Sonic Youth, which I'm very pleased about, because I like the band and I like the fact that he likes them well and during the last two or three days he tends to be one of those people at the moment anyway, to spend as much as his time sitting in his bedroom doing, frankly I have no idea what, but he's doing something up there, including listening to music enormously loud, so Kool Thing has come down the stairs in more than one occasion over the past 48 hours, so should he be still awake and listening to the programme, here's one for you William')

Tracks marked # on File 3

Tracks marked $ on File 4

Tracks marked @ on File 5

File

Name
  • 1) Peel Show 1991-07-27 (incomplete)
  • 2) 020A-B8493XXXXXXX-0100M0.mp3
  • 3) best of peel vol 33 part 1 [with introductions]
  • 4) 1991-07-xx Peel Show LE110
  • 5) 1991-07-xx-08-xx Peel Show LE111
  • 6) john-peel-34b-1991
Length
  • 1) 1:32:02
  • 2) 3:00:19
  • 3) 0:46:44 (0:14:44 - 0:23:06) (from 17:10 unique)
  • 4) 1:33:42 (from 1:17:47)
  • 5) 1:35:16 (until 0:17:21) (from 9:09 unique)
  • 6) 46:39 (3:18-5:28)
Other
Available
Footnotes
  1. "One of the bands to survive into the 1990s with silly names. I'm not entirely sure that this is a tradition worth preserving." (JP)
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