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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1995-08-11
Comments
  • Peel is grateful that he is being sent material by a Japanese company called Maboroshi No Sekai, and plays a track by a certain Melt-Banana.
  • He is still plugging the new Fall LP (three tracks played).
  • Several recordings are available. The first (a) includes 90 minutes of the show. The second recording (b) includes the full show. Edited tracks also available on Dat 089 (@) and Dat 091 (#) and File e (&)

Sessions

  • Pet Lamb, #2. Recorded 1995-07-23. No known commercial release.
  • Shellac, #1 (rpt). Recorded 1994-07-14. Unofficially released on 1994 Peel Sessions (not on label - Shellac Bootlegs).

Tracklisting

File b begins

File a begins

(JP (commenting on the band's name): 'Probably not as great an idea as when they first thought of it.')
(JP: 'What a nice noise that is.')

File a edit

File a resumes

(JP (undoubtedly with tongue in cheek): 'As I'm sure you know, there is a considerable surfing tradition in Holland.')

File a ends

File b ends

File

Name
  • (a) Peel Show 1995-08-11 (incomplete)
  • (b) Peel Show 1995-08-11
  • (c) Dat_089_JP-MIX_BBCR1-
  • (d) Dat_091_JP-MIX_BBCR1-
  • e) 1995-07-xx-08-xx Peel Show LE237
Length
  • (a) 01:33:21
  • (b) 02:58:31
  • (c) 03:58:37 (from 03:32:47 to end)
  • (d) 03:58:40 (from 00:05:12 to 00:52:17)
  • e) 1:33:52 (7:51-1:08:34)
Other
Available
Footnotes
  1. 'Coincidentally' engineered by Steve Albini. Vocals by Yasuko Onuki of Melt-Banana, who turn up later on in the show.
  2. Taken from an LP JP cannot recall the title of.