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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1999-05-18
Comments
  • Peelenium 1901
  • Two recordings of the show are available (one 90m, the other in full), along with two separate recordings of the Peelenium only.
  • Full tracklisting below is courtesy of Lorcan's Tracklistings Archive.

Sessions

  • Marine Research, one and only session. Recorded 18 April 1999. No known commercial release.

Tracklisting

(10:30 news)
(JP: 'As you can imagine these programmes are highly systematised and ritualized and so forth and other things Bob Dylan might have put into a song.’)
(JP: ‘That’s Melt Banana going blerrrragh! to life.’)
(JP: ‘And I don’t know what that [Muy Feo] means at all. Perhaps it means my glistening bottom in Spanish. But let's hope not.’) [1]

Peelenium 1901

  1. Jack Morrison & The Variety Singers: 'Mrs Henry Hawkins', 'Knocked 'Em In The Old Kent Road' and 'My Old Dutch'
  2. The Variety Singers: 'Beer, Beer Glorious Beer' and 'Ask A Policeman'
  3. Parlophone Quartet: 'Why Did I Leave My Little Back Room?' and 'Our Lodger's Such A Nice Young Man'
  4. Herbert Darnley: 'My Next Door Neighbour's Garden'
(11:30 news)
(JP: We love them [Autechre] don’t we Anita the producer?’ ‘We do’ shouts Anita in background.)
  • Fluxion: ‘Fovea Centralis (2x12 inch - Largo )’ Chain Reaction

File

Name
  • (a) Peelenium 1901.mp3
  • (b)
  • (c) Peel Show 1999-05-18 (incomplete)
  • (d) jp180599.mp3
Length
  • (a) 00:10.55
  • (b)
  • (c) 01:34:20
  • (d) 01:50:58
Other
  • (a) Peelenium 1901 only
  • (b) Peelenium 1900-1905
  • (c) 90 minute recording
  • (d) full show - many thanks to max-dat
Available
Footnotes
  1. It is Spanish, but it means "very ugly."

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