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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1999-03-23
Comments
  • Introduction: “Saint Peel, I like that...”
  • Peel says he bought the Phil Everly record back in 1973 because it was produced by Duane Eddy, but he listened with mounting disappointment due to the absence of the famous twangy guitar. Then, about 15 seconds from the end of the LP's final track (played here) came a "great pop moment". The track appears at least six times in his 1973 playlists, and in his contribution to Let It Rock's "My Top Ten" feature in 1974 he praised critic Richard Williams for including the track in his top ten selection in an earlier issue of the magazine. Peel describes the moment mentioned above: "At the end of the track, as you think Phil's going to zip into the chorus one more time, in comes Duane's twangy guitar instead, and if that doesn't knock you on your attractive little bum then there's something crucially wrong with you...."
  • Track listing completed with reference to Lorcan's home page, with many thanks.

Sessions

  • AC Acoustics #4 First broadcast. Recorded 1999-03-01. No known commercial release.

Tracklisting

Files a and b commence start of show

File a cuts out towards the end of the above (before the "great pop moment")

File b end of show

File

Name
  • a: Peel_1999-03-23.mp3
  • b: jp230399.mp3
Length
  • a: 00:47.31
  • b: 01:50:31
Other
  • a: Many thanks to User:Syrtis for sharing the show.
  • b: Many thanks to max-dat.
Footnotes
  1. Aborted after a couple of minutes due to record sticking, although it takes JP quite a while to notice.
  2. Final part, so presumably JP repaired the problem.
  3. Cover of The Standells.
Available
  • a: Currently unavailable
  • b: Mooo