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Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1978-10-04
Comments
  • Includes sections of the new 999 and Dr Alimantado albums.
  • When Peel played the B-52s debut single the previous week, Robert Plant (yes, that one) phoned up to ask about it. JP plays Temple City Kazoo Orchestra to celebrate this momentous occasion.
  • The Mary Monday & The Bitches single was later found in John Peel's Record Box.

Sessions

Tracklisting

(cuts in)

(JP: "And while that was going on John Walters was delivering himself of a soliloquy on idiot dancing and mourning its passing. I don’t quite understand why – I don’t imagine he’d be very graceful at it himself.”)
  1. Homicide
  2. Tulse City Night (tape flip during track)
  3. Real Rean
(JP: “And now a reprise of a single that alone, along with about three others, demonstrates that American music isn’t all music that your mother would like.”)
(JP: "And that's a very wonderful record I think.")
  1. Ride On
  2. Plead I Cause
  3. I Shall Fear No Evil (cuts out during track)

File

Name
  • 1978 10 04 #1 (Hot Water, Radio Stars)
  • 1978 10 04 #2 (Hot Water, Radio Stars)
Length
  • 34.41
  • 34.42
Other
  • Many thanks to the original taper and CCM
  • File created from T037 and T038 of 400 Box.
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