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Name
  • John Peel's Music On BFBS
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1991-07-19
Comments
  • Start of show: 'Pop fans you need look no further, roll back the rug and nail up the door for another ritually endowed John Peel's music on BFBS'

Sessions 

  • None

Tracklisting 

  • File a starts
(JP: 'Influence by Sesame Street, really much as anything which makes a nice change from crack and prostitution')
(JP: "In last week's edition of John Peel's music from BFBS, I played a track from an LP by the Smashing Pumpkins, the LP is called Gish and tens of thousands of military personnel around the world written in and said 'how about playing another one', well actually nobody has, but some of you thought about it")
(JP: "This is from Smashing Orange, I suppose I should have programmed this immediately after the Smashing Pumpkins, but I think your admiration for me would be diminished slightly if I had done something obvious as that")
(news)
(JP: 'Kinda OK, but is not terrific')
(JP: 'This next is the first reggae record as such I ever played on the radio, and it remains a great favourite, there was a huge outcry at the time, barely credibly')
(JP: 'Should have been one of my Desert Island Discs')
  • Wish: Trust (7" - Wish) Wish
  • File b ends

File 

Name
  • a) BFBS 190791-a.mp3
  • b) BFBS 190791-b.mp3
Length
  • 00:58:07
  • 00:59:40
Other
  • Many thanks to Max.
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