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Show

Name
  • Top Gear
Station
  • BBC Radio One
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1969-07-06
Comments
  • Just like the previous week (29 June 1969), Peel arrives for Top Gear the day after attending an outdoor show, this time the Stones' famous Hyde Park concert. In session tonight: Jon Hiseman's Colosseum, The Pretty Things, Ustad Imrat Khan and the John Dummer Blues Band.
  • The John Dummer Blues Band session is a repeat of the one broadcast on the 18 May 1969 show, but this time there's an extra track, A Few Short Lines. And I know next to nothing about Indian classical music, but this Imrat Khan session sounds like an absolute stormer to me. Highly recommended.
  • What else do I have to tell you? Oh yes, it's clear that the Peel/Walters relationship is developing nicely here, as there's several quips from John P about his new mate. And Peel bemoans the fact that David Bowie's new single is obviously not bound for the charts. Something called Space Oddity, apparently; whatever happened to that?
  • There appear to be a few speed issues here again; it seems a little slow at times. Also, it sounds like Peelie has trouble cueing up some of the recordings, as they often start too slowly.

Sessions

Tracklisting

(Courtesy Duff Paddy)

[News edit]

Top Gear Theme (snippet)

File

Name
  • (torrent) JOHN PEEL'S TOP GEAR - 8 SHOWS FROM 1969 & 1970
Length
  • 02.02.00
Other
  • (Duff Paddy) This torrent is a re-upload of the 8 classic Top Gear shows that appeared on my Peel blog Kat's Karavan and have now expired onMost of them are full (or nearly full) shows, encoded as 320K MP3s from 7-inch reel-to-reel tapes.
  • Many thanks to hills1902 for supplying the tapes, to John for ripping and encoding them and to Phil for originally hosting the MP3s on his server.
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