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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.

1-10 | 11-20 | 21-30 | 31-40 | 41-50 | 51-60 | 61-70 | 71-80 | 81-90 | 91-100 | 101-110 | 111-120 | 121-130 | 131-142


Revelino - step on high (digest)-0

Revelino - step on high (digest)-0

81. Revelino: Step On High / Memoreason (Musicdisc) 1996

Rod Bernard & The Twisters - This Should Go On Forever

Rod Bernard & The Twisters - This Should Go On Forever

82. Rod Bernard: This Should Go On Forever / Pardon Mr. Gordon (Jin Records) or (Argo Records) 1958

Roshell Anderson - Grapevine Will Lie Sometimes

Roshell Anderson - Grapevine Will Lie Sometimes

83. Roshell Anderson: The Grapevine Will Lie Sometimes / Such A Beautiful Thing (Contempo) 1974

Roy Head-Treat Her Right (Shindig) 1965

Roy Head-Treat Her Right (Shindig) 1965

84. Roy Head: Treat Her Right / So Long, My Love (Vocalion) 1965

I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down-Sam & Dave

I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down-Sam & Dave

85. Sam & Dave: I Can't Stand Up for Falling Down / Soothe Me (live) (Stax) 1996

Sasha Caro - Little Maid's Song

Sasha Caro - Little Maid's Song

86. Sasha Caro: Grade 3 Section 2 / Little Maid's Song (Decca Records) 1967

Scrugg - Will The Real Geraldine Please Stand Up And Be Counted?

Scrugg - Will The Real Geraldine Please Stand Up And Be Counted?

87. Scrugg: Will The Real Geraldine Please Stand Up And Be Counted / Only George (Pie) 1969

Sheena Easton - 9 to 5 (Morning Train)

Sheena Easton - 9 to 5 (Morning Train)

88./89. Sheena Easton: 9 to 5 /Moody (EMI) 1980.
Two copies.

John Peel's Sipho Bhengu - Ticky Dopies

John Peel's Sipho Bhengu - Ticky Dopies

90. Sipho Bhengu: Tickey Dopies / I Saluti (Inkonkoni) 1971 (JP: "The first African record I ever played on the radio, back in 1971". See 14 March 1992. Given to Peel by photographer Jill Furmanovsky.)

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