John and Sheila's feet, from John Peel Presents Top Gear (BBC, 1969).
Puppets of Peel (sitting on left), Bob Dylan (sitting on right), Brian Jones (standing on left) and Jimi Hendrix (standing on right) from the original cover of Hendrix's LP Band Of Gypsys (Track, 1970).
Compilation released on Peel's own label featuring infamous picture of JP and semi-nude model in the bath: There Is Some Fun Going Forward (Dandelion, 1972).
JP is on the left of this drawing from the cover of the Ruts' LP The Crack (Virgin, 1979).
Second from the right, top row, along with some other famous Johns, on the Motors' 7 inch That's What John Said (Virgin, 1980).
CD reissue of Dandelion compilation featuring extra tracks and a happier picture: There Is Some Fun Going Forward.Plus: Dandelion Rarities Vol. 1 (See For Miles, 1995).
John Peel's Festive 15 (free with Uncut magazine, Jan. 2006 issue)
CD cover of John Peel And Sheila: The Pig's Big 78 (Trikont, 2006).
Right Time, Wrong Speed: double Warner Music compilation CD of tracks made famous by JP (2006)
At Peel Acres with PJ Harvey on the cover of The Peel Sessions 1991-2004 (Universal, 2006).
Compilation of tracks from the 2000 All-Time Festive 50: Classics From John Peel's All-Time Festive Fifty (Universal Music Cataolgue, 2006).
From Tractor's retrospective boxset, John Peel Bought Us Studio Gear And A PA (Ozit Morpheus, 2006).
Four CD compilation of songs and Peel links, Kat's Karavan - The History Of John Peel On The Radio (Commercial Marketing, 2009).
Peel (front, far right) among the "guests" featured on the inner gatefold sleeve of the Idle Race's debut LP, The Birthday Party (Liberty,1968).
Various artists compilation, John Peel - A Tribute (Warner Strategic Marketing UK, 2005).
Peel (on the left) with Tommy Vance in cartoon mode, on a 7" vinyl, called Radio 1 Rock Show Themes (Polydor, 1982)
Peel (bottom, center) on back of Swell Maps' single Read About Seymour (Rather, 1978). Written below: 'A means of bringing the Maps to the customer".
A double 7" released for Record Store Day, Nothing Leaves The Archive (First Word, 2016) features samples from items in Peel's record collection
Peel's picture from the 70's appearing above the Radio title on the front sleeve of Aubrey Small's Radio Broadcasts CD (Small, 2015).
Peel's photo appears on a picture frame on the glass table on the back sleeve of Lee's Request Aggressive Past CD (Finest Noise, 2011).
21 Songs For John: A Tribute In Music To The Legacy Of John Peel (2014, download, Unwashed Territories)
Peel (on the bottom left) in the sleeve of Musical Youth's The Youth Of Today album (MCA, 1982)|