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Tape

Name
  • John Peel's 70's Mixtape 1A
Station
YYYY-MM
  • 1977
Comments
  • Audio starts at 0:04 with the beginning of Peel introducing his 21 July 1977 show: "Well on tonights programme, we got a session for you from a band described in the current Zig Zag number 74 incidentally as the hottest unrecorded band in London. You might easily amplify that to say the hottest unrecorded band in Britain if you like and that's Generation X. We also have from March 1974, a classic session from Roy Harper and among the records, three tracks from Burning Spear and a forthcoming LP from them. Also, Van Morrison, Roy Buchanan, Dr Feelgood, New York Dolls again, The Mahotella Queens, you be pleased to hear, Jimi Hendrix and a new single from Eddie & The Hot Rods"
  • Mixtape of Peel's shows from 1977. Edits are noted by the timings

Sessions

  • None

Tracklisting

0:04
"Well on tonights programme, we got a session for you from a band described in the current Zig Zag number 74 incidentally as the hottest unrecorded band in London. You might easily amplify that to say the hottest unrecorded band in Britain if you like and that's Generation X. We also have from March 1974, a classic session from Roy Harper and among the records, three tracks from Burning Spear and a forthcoming LP from them. Also, Van Morrison, Roy Buchanan, Dr Feelgood, New York Dolls again, The Mahotella Queens, you be pleased to hear, Jimi Hendrix and a new single from Eddie & The Hot Rods" 21 July 1977
0:46
(JP: ('And now Bob Sargeant again')
5:26
17:15
24:14
32:30

File

Name
  • 1A
Length
  • 0:37:52
Other
  • Many thanks to the My Radio Archive website
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