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Show 

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1988-08-31
Comments
  • Peel mentions that the 60's weren't an golden age of music and is relunctant to play records from that period, after playing a 60's track from the Shadows Of Knight.
  • Peel plays a track from Gang Green covering Led Zeppelin's Living Loving Maid. He goes on to say Led Zeppelin did several sessions for his show and was really keen on them until Stairway To Heaven and admits he's a When The Levee Breaks man.

Sessions 

Tracklisting 

(JP: 'The hysteria and euphoria surrounding my birthday are over. The crowds have gone home, street barricades have been removed and something approaching normalcy has return to the programme on which we have a session from Overlord X, but first remember this one')
(JP: 'From 1980 how times fly, Echo & The Bunnymen of course, that's Rescue and there have been dozens of letters asking for this record, well to be honest with you, there hasn't been any at all, but I think it's excellent. From Masters Of The Obvious, Rot Rot Rot')
(JP: 'I should have checked with some of the BBC's Finnish folk of course, that's Raamattupiiri and Sorbustako, which probably means, will you show me parts of your body that I've not seen before. Time for some music')
(JP: 'This is from 1985')

Tracks marked # available on File 3.

File

Name
  • 1) 020A-B3165XXXXXXX-0100A0.mp3
  • 2) 020A-B3165XXXXXXX-0101A0.mp3
  • 3) 1988-08-xx-09-xx Peel Show LE017
  • 4) John Peel 31 Aug 1988.mp3
Length
  • 1) 1:01:27
  • 2) 0:56:29
  • 3) 1:34:58 (0:51:44 - 1:01:08)
  • 4) 0:38:08 (until 0:23:58 and then there is no audio)
Other
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