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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1994-03-05
Comments
  • First play for the ‘first class record’ by Harvey Sid Fisher. John promises to play a track from this LP at the same time each week until ‘we get through to the end’.
  • John admits that he ‘always disliked Mark Hebden intensely’.
  • JP hopes that someone tapes the show so it can be flown out to Kurt Cobain in Rome, to aid his recovery after he fell into a coma after mixing drugs and alcohol. He thinks both Kurt and Courtney will like the Raincoats track a lot.
  • Tracklistings for the remainder of the show also included and marked §, details taken from Lorcan's Playlist Archive.

Sessions

  • Credit To The Nation, one and only session. Recorded 17 February 1994. No known commercial release. The tracks ‘Come Dancing’ and ‘Pressure’ not included on the recording.
  • Th' Faith Healers #5. Recorded 27 January 1994. Available on the Ba Da Bing! CD – Peel Sessions. The track ‘Oo La La’ is not included on the available recording.

Tracklisting

(start of File a)
(start of File b)
(Pop star match report - Tim McVay from the Family Cat: Orient v Plymouth (2-1))
(5:30 news)
(File a ends)
(After reading out some of the biographical notes about Harvey Sid Fisher, John says ‘I don’t know what he’s bragging about, it’s very likely I’m one of Stowmarket’s top 10,000 photographic models’.)
(Tape flip)
(JP: ‘Sublime, one of the great cover versions I think’.)
(6:30 news)
(File b ends)

File

Name
  • a) BBC-Radio1-19940305-1730-1830-JohnPeel
  • b) Peel Show 1994-03-05 (incomplete)
  • c) best of peel vol 67 part 2 (with introductions)
Length
  • a) 1:04:17
  • b) 1:34:19
  • c) 0:46:54 (23:27-39:39) (from 28:59 unique)
Other
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