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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 2003-01-??
Comments
  • John Peel-FSK-DAT-03-01
    Peel is in a subdued mood, as his daughter Florence has returned back to University after the Christmas holidays.
  • Peel plays a record from Uzbekistan by Sevara Nazarkhan.
  • Peel plays a track from Ras Shiloh doing a reggae cover of Leo Sayer's More Than I Can Say.
  • Peel mentions after the Mighty Two track, 'that war isn't over, well it hasn't began yet, although by the time you get to hear this programme, who could tell George Bush might have done.'
  • Peel plays a track by the Low Country doing a country version of Stephen Foster's Oh! Susanna.
  • Peel mentions one of his few remaining ambitions is to cross Lake Pontchartrain again in Louisiana, America by car on the causeway with his wife Sheila and the children, although he suspect the latter won't be that eager. He describes Lake Pontchartrain as a place where you drive on the causeway and there is no land around you.

Sessions

  • None

Tracklisting

File

Name
  • John Peel-FSK-DAT-03-01
Length
  • 2:00:30
Other
  • Thanks to Max-dat for the recording.
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Footnotes
  1. Peel mistakenly calls the album Abrasive Stuttering, which was actually their debut release. The track Alpha Boost was remixed by Melt-Banana.