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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1999-07-29
Comments
  • Two full recordings of the show are available. The first, at over five minutes longer, is clearly running a little slow.
  • Start of show: "What's wrong with Belgium? People always slag off Belgium. I like Belgium. And what's wrong with beardies, while we're at it?"
  • Loudon Wainwright plays live on his first visit to the house, some 26 or 27 years after Peel first invited him. As he is preparing to sing a track requested by listeners, John forgets to open his fader and the ensuing silence causes the emergency tape to kick in (over which Loudon can be heard saying, "We're gonna have to do it again, I guess.")

Sessions

Tracklisting

Peelenium 1933

  1. BBC Dance Orchestra: 'The Wedding Of Mr. Mickey Mouse'
  2. Frances Langford: 'Stormy Weather'
  3. Spike Hughes and his All American Orchestra: 'How Come You Do Me Like You Do'
  4. Joe Venuti and His Blue Six: 'Jazz Me Blues'
(JP: 'Ah, the cats are stomping on their heels and toes.')
(JP: 'Slightly chaotic night tonight, but great fun for us, and I hope for you as well.')
  • news with Kathy McNair

File

Name
  • a) Peel Show 1999-07-29
  • b) jp290799.mp3
Length
  • a) 01:54:44
  • b) 01:49:18
Other
  • b) Many thanks to max-dat.
Available
Footnotes
  1. Loudon encourages a singalong with the occupants of Peel Acres, which doesn't start too well, and he comments, "Not exactly the Von Trapps, is it?"
  2. Marty Robbins cover.

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