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.
The Soledad Brothers - Sugar & Spice
Soledad Brothers: Sugar & Spice / Johnny's Death Letter (Italy Records) 1998. B-side features Jack White.
Some chicken-new religion
Some Chicken: New Religion / Blood On The Wall (Raw Records) 1977. Two copies. #16 in Peel's self-chosen 1977 Festive Fifty.
John Peel's Spit Out - Rot 'N Roll
Spit Out: O From I / Tan / Rot 'N Roll (Mafrog Records) 1996.
Stanley Winston - No More Ghettos In America
Stanley Winston: No More Ghettos In America / It's Alright (Jewel) 1970
Status Quo - Down Down (toppop)
Status Quo: Down Down / Night Ride (Vertigo) 1974
Supersister (1968 1974) - No Tree Will Grow - (Video done by Rocktron)
Supersister: No Tree Will Grow / She Was Naked ( Dandelion Records) 1971
The Beatles - Come Together
The Beatles: Come Together / Octopus's Garden / Something (Melodica) 1969 (USSR release)
The Big Three - You've Gotta Keep Her Under Hand (Remember Liverpool Beat 67)
The Big Three: You've Gotta Keep Her Under Hand / If You Ever Change Your Mind (Decca Records) 1964. The Big Three were a major Merseybeat band that failed to have national hits. Peel heard this track during his American radio years. Later, having left his record collection behind when he returned from California, he asked his Perfumed Garden listeners (on air) and readers (in his International Times column) to send him a copy.
Buzzcocks - Ever Fallen In Love (1978) - UNITED ARTISTS
The Buzzcocks: Ever Fallen In Love / Just Lust (United Artists) 1978