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Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1982-12-30
Comments
  • The final part of Peel's twin charts, one an All-Time (AT) and the other for 1982 only (FF). Until recently, only the chart rundown was available. However, from early February 2010, a new recording became available, including a couple of tracks from the session tracks and records portion of the show, as well as the main intro.More recent shares mean that only 11 minutes are missing
  • Tracks marked § on Hinton Box file.

Session Repeats

Tracklisting

1982 Festive Fifty: Numbers 05-01

  • File 8 resumes
  • 05 (AT): Cure, 'A Forest (12 inch)' (Fiction)
  • 05 (FF): Tears For Fears, 'Mad World (7 inch)' (Mercury)
(JP: 'A superb record, that.')
(JP: 'I wonder if, in fifteen years' time, Ready'll be asking questions about Joy Division on 'Pop Quiz'. We'll see, we'll see. Well, you will, I probably won't.') [1]
(JP: 'I must confess, I got more pleasure from this (the next record) than anything else. I was very very happy about this.')
  • 02 (FF): Robert Wyatt, 'Shipbuilding (7 inch)' (Rough Trade)
(JP: 'And a great sadness that he wasn't considered bright and breezy enough for the radioplay that he most surely deserved...well voted, those of you who voted for that.') [2]
  • 01 (AT): Sex Pistols, 'Anarchy In The UK (LP-Never Mind The Bollocks)' (Virgin) §
(JP: 'The Kings Road Rhythm Bandits...ironically, I suppose, this must be the new conservatism at work.')
  • 01 (FF): New Order, 'Temptation (7 inch)' (Factory)

File

Name
  • 1) JP19821230_01.mp3
  • 2) JP19821230_02.mp3
  • 3) and 4) John Peel Festive Fifty 1982 Parts 19 and 20
  • 5) BH017 JP 1982-12-30 Side B
  • 6) KevH Tape 62.mp3
  • 7) JP19821228_01.mp3
  • 8) 19821230 John Peel [62mins extract] [R1].mp3
Length
  • 1) 00:08:49
  • 2) 00:46:42
  • 3) Part 19 - 00:22:18
  • 4) Part 20 - 00:24:49
  • 5) 00:14:06
  • 6) 01:19:16 (01:00:09-01:15:00) (additional to Files 2 and 8)
  • 7) 00:15:18 (from 12:25)
  • 8) 01:02:28 (to 47:07 additional to File 2)
Other
  • 1) and 2) Very good stereo sound at 256 kbps. Many thanks to Peel Mailing List member ray_b2 for uploading this show.
  • 5) File created from BH017 of the Hinton Box. Many thanks to Brian and Colin.
  • 6) Created from Tape 62 of KevH Tapes. Many thanks to ... KevH. Digitised by Weatherman22
  • 7) Very good stereo sound at 256 kbps. Many thanks to Peel Mailing List member ray_b2 for uploading this show.
  • 8) Many thanks to Ian.
Available
Footnotes
  1. He is referring to Mike Read, host of a contemporary music game show of that name. The programme concluded in 1984.
  2. Nonetheless, the single made number 36 in the UK charts, but not until 1983.
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