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Name
  • John Peel's Music On BFBS
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1985-09-00
Comments
  • (Fairly confidently) dated as early to mid-September 1985. The Cure LP was released on the 30 August,and the Fall on the 29 September. Plus there's the Hüsker Dü gig (see below).
  • Another pseudo-thriller story from John (see also 23 August 1998 (BFBS)).

Sessions

  • None

Tracklisting

(JP: 'A good LP actually, their best in a while.')
(JP: 'Well, did you ever have so much fun.')
(JP: 'You know, I've heard that record squillions of times, and it's the first time I've ever noticed that she actually sings the words "musette and drums" several times in the course of it.')
(JP: 'Did that statue move?')
(JP: 'Makes you want to throw your hat in the air and shout "Huzzah!", I shouldn't wonder.')
(JP: 'Saw them last week in London: not bad at all.') [2]
(JP: 'Well, I like that, but they do still sound like Hawkwind at times.')
(JP: 'Getting a bit weird, aren't they?')
(JP: '...over her shoulder. He was still following her, his footsteps echoing eerily from the dark walls of the warehouse on either side of the copper alleyway. Veronica quickened her step and the man broke into a loping run, catching her a full hundred yards before the turn into Lawson Square and safety. "You want to buy some tapes of John Peel's Music On BFBS?", he breathed.')

File

Name
  • Peel 019
Length
  • 01:01:34
Other
  • Many thanks to the taper.
Available
Footnotes
  1. Standing for 'None Of the Above', as John informs us.
  2. This was at the Marquee Club on 04 September.