• 2001-11-14
  • Start of show: ”Thanks, Lammo, and welcome, avid consumers, to our Maida Vale studios, where tonight we’re going to hear Si Begg. And tonight Si Begg Mathew is going to be SI Futures.”
  • Sheila has got a ticket that day to see Ipswich play at the San Siro stadium, Milan, in the UEFA Cup. Peel will have to stay back in the UK to do his show (of 06 December 2001).
  • Mentions the Clan Of Xynox track is from a Peel session produced by Mark Radcliffe.
  • The classical piano piece composed by Erik Satie is played as Mercury Rev will do a cover of it in the following evening's session.
  • Recalls a recent event in Ipswich he’d attended “as minor local celeb.” This ended up with him handing out mysterious certificates whose purpose he never discovered and then having red wine spilt in his lap by daughter Alexandra: “So I left the place not just like a confused old man who didn’t know what was going on but a confused old man who didn’t know what was going on who had wet himself.”


  • Si Begg (SI Futures), #2. Live at Maida Vale. No known commercial release.


  1. Intro
  2. This Is The Way
  3. I Like That (Brand New)
  4. We Are Not A Rock Band
  5. Eurostar
  6. Freestyle Disco
  7. I'm The Bomb


  • John Peel 14-11-01.mp3
  • 2.00.13
  • Many thanks to those originally responsible for sharing this show.

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