Tracklisting below is from Volume 2(ii) of the Decktician Logs. Many thanks to Decktician, Ken Garner for copying and additional information, and Rocker for acting as central HQ.
A sequence of three losers in this show. One of them is by the band Aubrey Small, who were closely associated with Bob Harris but never achieved any commercial success.
Heads Hands And Feet were a crtiically-acclaimed band who got a fair degree of radio and TV exposure, but it didn't lead to big record sales. However, guitarist Albert Lee went on to make a name for himself as a solo artist and with various bands, while bassist Chas Hodges became half of Chas & Dave..
A track by Rodriquez (Sixto Rodriguez), an artist who remained obscure until the late 1990s, when he was rediscovered by fans in South Africa where his albums had been best-sellers. This led to a revival of his career and to a documentary film about him, Searching for Sugar Man (2012).
Heads Hands & Feet, #1. Recorded 1972-03-14. "Warming Up The Band" and "Hot Property" not transmitted until 09 June 1972. No known commercial release.
David Bowie, #3 (rpt). First broadcast 28 January 1972. Recorded 1972-02-11. "Ziggy Stardust" not included in this repeat. No commercial release. Original master tape reportedly lost, although tape copies are available.
Roy Young Band #1 (repeat). First broadcast 25 February 1972. Recorded 1972-02-08. "Roll It On" and "Mr. Funky" not included in this repeat. No known commercial release.