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== Sessions ==
 
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== Tracklisting ==
 
== Tracklisting ==
'''03 February 1990'''
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'''[[03 February 1990 (BFBS)]]'''
 
*[[Mudhoney]]: 'Hate The Police <ref>[[Dicks]] cover.</ref> (CD-[http://www.discogs.com/Mudhoney-Boiled-Beef-Rotting-Teeth/release/867936 Boiled Beef & Rotting Teeth])' (Tupelo Recording Company)
 
*[[Mudhoney]]: 'Hate The Police <ref>[[Dicks]] cover.</ref> (CD-[http://www.discogs.com/Mudhoney-Boiled-Beef-Rotting-Teeth/release/867936 Boiled Beef & Rotting Teeth])' (Tupelo Recording Company)
 
:''(JP: 'I don't hate 'em, not as much as I hate [[U2]] and [[Dire Straits]], or did back in those days, but they were never particular favourites of mine.')''
 
:''(JP: 'I don't hate 'em, not as much as I hate [[U2]] and [[Dire Straits]], or did back in those days, but they were never particular favourites of mine.')''
 
*[[Wedding Present]]: 'Brassneck ([http://www.discogs.com/Theweddingpresent-Brassneck/release/605854 12"])' (RCA)
 
*[[Wedding Present]]: 'Brassneck ([http://www.discogs.com/Theweddingpresent-Brassneck/release/605854 12"])' (RCA)
 
*[[Would Be's]]: 'Great Expectations (7"-[http://www.discogs.com/Would-Bes-Im-Hardly-Ever-Wrong/release/5223843 I'm Hardly Ever Wrong])' (Danceline)
 
*[[Would Be's]]: 'Great Expectations (7"-[http://www.discogs.com/Would-Bes-Im-Hardly-Ever-Wrong/release/5223843 I'm Hardly Ever Wrong])' (Danceline)
'''10 February 1990'''
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'''[[10 February 1990 (BFBS)]]'''
 
*[[Creamers]]: 'Sunday Head (LP-[http://www.discogs.com/Creamers-Love-Honor-Obey/release/1548278 Love, Honor, & Obey])' (Sympathy For The Record Industry)
 
*[[Creamers]]: 'Sunday Head (LP-[http://www.discogs.com/Creamers-Love-Honor-Obey/release/1548278 Love, Honor, & Obey])' (Sympathy For The Record Industry)
 
:''(JP: 'Well, I was just about to show producer Charles Foster something that he hadn't seen before, which was a letter from Anthony Powell who, as I'm sure you don't need to be told, is the author of Dance To The Music Of Time and a great deal besides, and one of Britain's premier literary figures, and of course, Charles hadn't heard of him. It's rather frustrating when you say, "I've got a postcard from Picasso," and he said, "Didn't he play Liver over Real Madrid in the fifties?", and that kind of stuff. Doesn't impress him at all.')''
 
:''(JP: 'Well, I was just about to show producer Charles Foster something that he hadn't seen before, which was a letter from Anthony Powell who, as I'm sure you don't need to be told, is the author of Dance To The Music Of Time and a great deal besides, and one of Britain's premier literary figures, and of course, Charles hadn't heard of him. It's rather frustrating when you say, "I've got a postcard from Picasso," and he said, "Didn't he play Liver over Real Madrid in the fifties?", and that kind of stuff. Doesn't impress him at all.')''
 
*[[Wedding Present]]: 'Box Elder <ref>At this point, JP has never heard the original, by a band he quaintly refers to as The [[Pavement]].</ref> (12"-[http://www.discogs.com/Theweddingpresent-Brassneck/release/605854 Brassneck])' (RCA)
 
*[[Wedding Present]]: 'Box Elder <ref>At this point, JP has never heard the original, by a band he quaintly refers to as The [[Pavement]].</ref> (12"-[http://www.discogs.com/Theweddingpresent-Brassneck/release/605854 Brassneck])' (RCA)
 
*[[Galaxie 500]]: 'Blue Thunder (W/Sax) ([http://www.discogs.com/Galaxie-500-Blue-Thunder/release/537128 12"])' (Rough Trade) <ref>John promises to play one of the B-sides, a cover of [[Joy Division]]'s ''Ceremony'', in the following week's programme.</ref>
 
*[[Galaxie 500]]: 'Blue Thunder (W/Sax) ([http://www.discogs.com/Galaxie-500-Blue-Thunder/release/537128 12"])' (Rough Trade) <ref>John promises to play one of the B-sides, a cover of [[Joy Division]]'s ''Ceremony'', in the following week's programme.</ref>
'''17 February 1990'''
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'''[[17 February 1990 (BFBS)]]'''
 
:''(JP: 'Hello multitudes of fans, John Peel's Music On BFBS. This would be my advice to you, and to other disc jockeys as well.')''
 
:''(JP: 'Hello multitudes of fans, John Peel's Music On BFBS. This would be my advice to you, and to other disc jockeys as well.')''
 
*[[Wedding Present]]: 'Don't Talk, Just Kiss (12"-[http://www.discogs.com/Theweddingpresent-Brassneck/release/605854 Brassneck])' (RCA)
 
*[[Wedding Present]]: 'Don't Talk, Just Kiss (12"-[http://www.discogs.com/Theweddingpresent-Brassneck/release/605854 Brassneck])' (RCA)
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*[[Heresy]]: 'Consume/Face Up To It (LP-[http://www.discogs.com/Heresy-13-Rocking-Anthems/release/895715 13 Rocking Anthems])' (In Your Face)
 
*[[Heresy]]: 'Consume/Face Up To It (LP-[http://www.discogs.com/Heresy-13-Rocking-Anthems/release/895715 13 Rocking Anthems])' (In Your Face)
 
*[[Orchids]]: 'Something For The Longing ([http://www.discogs.com/Orchids-Something-For-The-Longing/release/507424 7"])' (Sarah)
 
*[[Orchids]]: 'Something For The Longing ([http://www.discogs.com/Orchids-Something-For-The-Longing/release/507424 7"])' (Sarah)
'''24 February 1990'''
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'''[[24 February 1990 (BFBS)]]'''
 
:''(JP: 'Hello again, legions of fans, this is John Peel's Music from BFBS. The producer of the programme has just called me a fat ignorant pleb, which I think is a fine way of starting the evening.')''
 
:''(JP: 'Hello again, legions of fans, this is John Peel's Music from BFBS. The producer of the programme has just called me a fat ignorant pleb, which I think is a fine way of starting the evening.')''
 
*[[Jesus Lizard]]: 'Chrome ([http://www.discogs.com/Jesus-Lizard-Chrome/release/560667 7"])' (Touch And Go)
 
*[[Jesus Lizard]]: 'Chrome ([http://www.discogs.com/Jesus-Lizard-Chrome/release/560667 7"])' (Touch And Go)

Latest revision as of 12:47, September 27, 2016

Show Edit

Name
  • John Peel's Music On BFBS
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1990-03/10/17/24
Comments
  • The final track is confirmed to be from the 24th.

Sessions Edit

  • None

Tracklisting Edit

03 February 1990 (BFBS)

(JP: 'I don't hate 'em, not as much as I hate U2 and Dire Straits, or did back in those days, but they were never particular favourites of mine.')

10 February 1990 (BFBS)

(JP: 'Well, I was just about to show producer Charles Foster something that he hadn't seen before, which was a letter from Anthony Powell who, as I'm sure you don't need to be told, is the author of Dance To The Music Of Time and a great deal besides, and one of Britain's premier literary figures, and of course, Charles hadn't heard of him. It's rather frustrating when you say, "I've got a postcard from Picasso," and he said, "Didn't he play Liver over Real Madrid in the fifties?", and that kind of stuff. Doesn't impress him at all.')

17 February 1990 (BFBS)

(JP: 'Hello multitudes of fans, John Peel's Music On BFBS. This would be my advice to you, and to other disc jockeys as well.')
(JP: 'Can that be the first pop song to include the word "wattle" in its lyrics, as in the line, "Germans live in wattle huts", and can that be true?')

24 February 1990 (BFBS)

(JP: 'Hello again, legions of fans, this is John Peel's Music from BFBS. The producer of the programme has just called me a fat ignorant pleb, which I think is a fine way of starting the evening.')
(JP: 'Well, I think that establishes where we're coming from, as they say in the Americas.')

File Edit

Name
  • Peel 134
Length
  • 00:46:42
Other
  • Many thanks to Dirk.
Available
Footnotes
  1. Dicks cover.
  2. At this point, JP has never heard the original, by a band he quaintly refers to as The Pavement.
  3. John promises to play one of the B-sides, a cover of Joy Division's Ceremony, in the following week's programme.
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