• 2004-06-29
  • Peel plays the Errorsmith track at the wrong speed.
  • Wiki contributor Dr_Mango is in the chat room and gets a mention.
  • A listener claims to have seen John annd his two sons at Glastonbury, all wearing matching ponchos. Peel is bemused by this, as none of his children were there. After a discussion in the studio, it is established that what the listener had seen were Hermeet and producer Louise, wearing plastic ponchos due to the wet weather.



JP: "Loads of people at Glastonbury came over and asked me what I thought of the music and stuff, and er, by and large there wasn't an awful lot, apart from the things we're going to be playing later in these programmes, HA, to set the pulses racing I felt. But what I really wanted was a kind of "tasteless" stage where there'd be bands playing that really made people think "Oh come on, this is too much" and I always cited as an example of this, when people said "Well what sort of thing do you mean?", I said "Well, Mastodon, for example", no particular reason that I picked them, but I picked them fairly consistently, and then when people said "What do Mastodon sound like?", I said "I'll play you a track on Tuesday night's programme". This is it ..."
  1. Step Into My Office, Baby
  2. Judy And The Dreams Of Horses
  3. Jonathan David
  4. Dog On Wheels
  5. The Boy With The Arab Strap
  6. I'm A Cuckoo
  7. Stay Loose
Chat with Mary Anne Hobbs.
  1. Big Exit
  2. Harder
  3. The Whores Hustle And The Hustlers Whore


  • (1) John Peel 2004-06-29.mp3
  • (2) peel_glastonbury_20040629.mp2
  • (3) John_Peel_20040629.mp3
  • 2:00:30
  • Now available in a much improved 128kbps version, available in a torrent from user bbrbr57. Thanks B.
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