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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1986-04-29
Comments
  • Peel doesn't mention the track title of Test Department for obvious reasons - although an Austrian band [1] influenced by Test Department took it as their name.
  • Peel plays a cover of Ben E. King's Stand By Me by Phillip James, little realising that the original would soon rechart internationally for multiple reasons.
  • The playlist includes vintage tracks from a variety of genres - rock'n'roll and rockabilly (Jerry Lee Lewis, Jo Ann Campbell), 1960s soul-jazz (Jimmy McGriff), 1940s modern jazz (Dexter Gordon) and reggae (Burning Spear).
  • Peel mentions it is Flossie's birthday tomorrow.
  • Peel mistakenly calls the Jasmine Minks track Force's Favourite, instead of Force's Network.
  • The opening link and part of the opening track of this show can be heard on File 2, taken from the first edition (4 May 1986) of Radio 1 More Time, a programme which reviewed the week on the station (this was hosted in turns by most of the station's presenters, and Peel himself fronted it on a number of occasions).

Sessions

Tracklisting

(JP: 'Well thats enough fun for you, back to grim reality')
(JP: 'It's very fashionable these days to be Scandinavian, here's some Swedes for you')
(JP: 'Indication that boops can be female as well as male')
(JP: 'I suppose I should have follow that with an Elvis Presley record but you would have despise me something obvious as that I suspect')

File

Name
  • 1) 020A-B0890XXXXXXX-0100A0[1].mp3
  • 2) Radio 1 More Time
Length
  • 1) 1:59:54
  • 2) 0:02:29 (from 0:01:01)
Other
  • 1) Recordings at the British Library
  • 2) Thanks to RandomRadioJottings
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