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.
Time Waits For No One - Eddie & Ernie
Eddie & Ernie: Time Waits For No One / That's The Way It Is (Eastern) 1964
Electro Hippies: Sheep / Starve The City (To Feed The Poor) / Meltdown / Escape / Deadend / Thought / Chickens / Mother / Mega-Armageddon Death (Strange Fruit) 1987. Note that the above tracklisting is of the full 12" release and it seems likely that the 7" in the box was the one-sided Strange Fruit single of "Mega-Armageddon Death," billed as the world's shortest record (under one second long). See 27 July 2004.
Elmore James - The Sky Is Crying
Elmore James: The Sky Is Crying / Standing At The Crossroads (Flashback Records) 1965. Re-release of 1960 hit.
Firemen: Old Smokie / Louie's Theme (Le Cam) 1964
The FRESHMEN. 1979. you've never heard anything like this.
Freshmen: You Never Heard Anything Like It / Bombing Run (Release Records) 1979
GL Crockett - It's A Man Down There
G.L. Crockett: It's A Man Down There / Every Hour, Every Day (4 Brothers) 1965
G.L.CROCKETT. LOOK OUT MABEL
G.L. Crockett: Look Out Mabel / Did You Ever Love Somebody (Checker) 1965. Re-release of alternate version.
Geater Davis - For Your Precious Love
Geater Davis: For Your Precious Love / Wrapped Up In You (House of Orange) 1971
Give The Women What They Want - Gene Dozier & The United Front
Gene Dozier & The United Front: Give The Women What They Want / The Best Girl I Ever Had (Mercury) 1974
Golinski Brothers - Bloody (Audio Only)
Golinski Brothers: Bloody / Toy (Badge Records) 1980. Two copies (see also 41).