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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1988-06-29
Comments
  • Peel mentions the Flying Cream Shots as one of the artists to be played on the show, which of course wasn't for obvious reasons.
  • Peel dedicates the Jungle Brothers track to his son William, who should be coming back from his 2nd gig as an alto saxophone player.
  • Peel plays several of tracks from Public Enemy's latest album, which he says that he has only heard the A-side of it.
  • Peel mentions that he was disappointed not to see Bros perform, as the Sunday newspaper, that was going to send him, have got somebody else to go.

Sessions

Tracklisting

(JP: 'Benny Profane in session, a fine session if you missed it the first time round, I mean still a fine session if you missed it or not, this is Beam Me Up')
(JP: 'You'll notice if you are a student of the Radio 1 charts, I'm sure you must be, Salt-N-Pepa went from number 24 to number 7 this week with Push It Up and Tramp and this will be their next one, one assumes, Shake Your Thang')

Tracks marked # on File 2

Tracks marked @ on File 3

Tracks marked $ on File 4

Tracks marked £ on File 5

Tracks marked & on File 6

File

Name
  • 1) 020A-B2937XXXXXXX-0200M0.mp3
  • 2) RF Sessions 4.mp3
  • 3) 1988-06-xx Peel Show LE011
  • 4) 1988-07-xx Peel Show LE012
  • 5) [1988-1213] John Peel Selection ~ BBC Radio 1 ~ June - Sept 1988
  • 6) John Peel Selection ~ BBC Radio 1 June 1988
Length
  • 1) 1:57:56
  • 2) 1:31:23 (1:17:20-1:31:19)
  • 3) 1:34:25 (from 1:20:05)
  • 4) 1:35:06 (until 0:12:19)
  • 5) 0:37:13 (0:03:13 - 0:10:08) (from 7:10 unique)
  • 6) 1:22:14 (0:37:43 - 0:49:57) (to 43:04, from 47:22-48:09, from 48:27 unique)
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