• 1981-03-17
  • (Message to start this page from anonymous contributor): "John played Superior Life by All The Madmen as the closing track on this evening's show. It was from the album Cry Havoc, a various artists compilation compiled by the Stoke Musicians Collective."
  • Session details have been included from The Peel Sessions by Ken Garner.
  • The continuous section is from one in a small but select series of Peel compilations from Mark - John Peel - Fire Engines


(Please add details of any commercial release of these sessions)


(JP: 'You know, I’m secretly rather glad that these old music hall songs are coming back again.')
(JP: 'There are few things that irritate me more and I expect you are the same than people who come on the radio and use long words and say things like laburnum and then say whatever that means the assumption being that they don’t want to embarrass their audience by appearing cleverer then them this seems to me to be to patronizing in the extreme I say all this as I have to confess that I am not exactly sure what Zeitgeist means even though I have had it explained to me on a number of occasions – probably something like the isness of being.')


  • 1) John Peel - Fire Engines
  • 2) KevH Tape 23
  • 1) 01:31:15 (45:39 to 01:03:30)
  • 2) 01:26:13 (39:47 to 54:46)

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