• John Peel's Music On BFBS
  • 1995-01-14
  • Start of show: "Howdy pards, eyes down for another rough 'n' tough John Peels Music On BFBS."
  • "If there's one thing I's when people put either records or demo tapes or CDs or something into a package, but then fill the package with confetti: when you pull it out, the confetti goes everywhere. I suppose it's a way of getting yourself noticed: it's also a way of getting your record thrown in the bin too."


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(JP: 'The reason for playing this is because I was watching an Elvis Presley film on television the other day with my children, and they were saying, "Was he always this terrible as this, Dad?," and the fact of the matter is that he wasn't really, no.')
(JP: 'Do I detect a lack of discipline and awareness of traditional musical values in these people?')
(JP: 'Really one of the great records of all time, and old enough for me to have introduced it on Top Of The Pops.')
(JP: 'Rather good though, I think: it's stood the test of time, and a lot of the more notorious stuff from the same period certainly hasn't.')


  • Dat_067_JP-BFBS-
  • 03:58:27 (to 01:58:39)
  1. As John claims, another candidate for the first song that he ever learned to sing.
  2. Frankie Laine cover.
  3. Frankie Lee Sims cover.
  4. Ruth Etting cover.
  5. Ramones cover.
  6. Pink Floyd cover.

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