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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1980-05-27
Comments
  • This show is an A-Z of independent releases, selected from the backlog of unplayed records. This alphabetical rundown ends at N and Peel apologises at the end to Bill Nelson, whose record would have been the next one played.
  • Peel has been away in the Netherlands doing the Pink Pop Festival again, and also did a gig in Eindhoven. The latter wasn't a success, he says, but on the plus side he found a good Indian restaurant in the city. He cites the Specials, the Jam and Joe Jackson at Pink Pop as being very good.
  • A full tracklisting is also available courtesy of Tishbriz's John Peel Book at Flickr. Many thanks to Tishbriz for sharing the information. [1] (Note incorrect date.)

Sessions

  • All records show.

Tracklisting

File

Name
  • (1) 1980-05-27 John Peel Radio 1.mp3
  • (2) 1980-05-26.mp3 (misdated)
  • (2b) 1980-05-27.mp3 (same file but renamed)
  • 3) 1980-05-27 Peel Show DB172 DB173
Length
  • (1) 2.02.43
  • (2/2b) 56:59
  • 3) 1:33:42
Other
  • (1) Full show. Tape flip at Digital Dance. Created from T255 of the 400 Box.
  • (2/2b) Incomplete. Starts at Athletico Spizz 80. Tape flip after Denizens. The first hour of a a two-hour show. Source is slightly distorted FM mono. Note: file name indicates wrong date.
  • 3) File created from DB172 and DB173 of Derby Box, digitised by Weatherman22
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