This page is part of a series featuring YouTube videos of tracks from
John Peel's Record Box. The order and numbering system reflect lists that appeared in the British press and elsewhere at the time the TV programme of the same name was broadcast. A full list of all 142 records appears on the main John Peel's Record Box page.
Al Casey - Surfin' Hootenanny - 45 rpm
Al Casey: Surfin' Hootenanny / Easy Pickin (Pye International) 1963
Al Ferrier - Don't Play Blue Eyes
Al Ferrier: I'm Not Drinking More / Don't Play Blue Eyes' (Master Trak) 1980
Alan Price Set -- 'IECHYD-DA' R&B instro w Hammond Organ
Alan Price Set: I Put a Spell on You / Iechyd-Da (Decca Records) 1966. John Walters was member of band and wrote the b-side.
ANDY CAPP POPATOP 1969 7"
Andy Capp / Reco: Popatop / The Lion Speaks (Treasure Island) 1969 (Peel's first reggae play was a Peelenium choice for 1969)
The Anemic Boyfriends - Guys Are Not Proud
Anemic Boyfriends: Guys Are Not Proud / Bad Girls in Love (Red Sweater Records) 1980
I Can't Stand the Rain
Ann Peebles: I Can't Stand the Rain / I've Been There Before (London Records) 1972
Anti Social Traffic Lights AUDIO Punk Vinyl.
Anti-Social: Traffic lights / Teacher, Teacher (Dynamite Records) 1977
John Peel's Arthur K Adams - Wildwood Flower
Arthur K Adams: Wildwood Flower / It's A Wild, Wild, Wild, Wild Wildwood Flower (Jetstar) 1966 (JP had the 45 by the Dallas bluesman in his singles collection when he lived in the US, but it was never sent on to him and he was unable to track down another copy for many years. A friend of a friend eventually sent him one from the States. See 08 March 2000.)
Big Stick - Dragracing
Big Stick: Drag Racing / Hell On Earth (Recess Records) 1985
Bill Oddie - Ilkley Moor Baht At
Bill Oddie: On Ilkla Moor Baht 'at / Harry Krishna ( Dandelion Records) 1970. The A side was a version of a traditional Yorkshire dialect folk song, rendered in the style of Joe Cocker's version of The Beatles' song With a Little Help from My Friends. B-side featured Peel on vocals. See Peel On Record.