El Hombre Trajeado El Hombre Trajeado ('The Man in the Suit") are a Glasgow band who recorded three Peel sessions between 1998 and 2001, as well as touring with Sebadoh and also with the Delgados. JP (2002): "El Hombre Trajeado. I love saying that for some reason ... cos I'm a twerp probably." ... Read More>
Small Wonder Pete Stennett (Small Wonder shop, label co-founder): "The most important influence in the whole thing was John Peel, I’d listen to him every night. … That’s how I got into music. ... It all kind of stopped for me I think ... when Peel died. Even after everything he was still playing music I was interested in." ... Read More>
Arthur Alexander JP (1996): "The only thing she ever gave me was a copy of a record by Arthur Alexander called 'You Better Move On', which seemed to me to be a message and quite clearly was a message." The song was among the 40 the DJ played for his 40th birthday in 1979 and his selections for the 1961 Peelenium. ... Read More>
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