Unusually for a Tuesday, the show comes from Peel Acres.
The Marked Men are from Forth Worth, Texas. Peel remarks that when he applied for permanent residency in the USA in the early Sixties, he had to undergo a medical and "a test of my emotional response to things" that took place in Fort Worth jailhouse. "I was amazed I got through really, cos I was so scared by the process."
First play for the new Fall LP, "The Real New Fall LP". Peel doesn't yet have the track names so just announces "from it, this is track one."
After playing the track "We'll Never Be Friends", Peel muses that although he's met lots of famous people (mostly only once), he's never become friends with any of them. He sounds quite rueful when he reports that he never gets invited by such people to join them at their houses in France. "Noel Edmonds invited me to his house once and we went - that's when he lived near here. Not since. And Dave Lee Travis once, but that was a very long time ago. Apart from that, we've never been to anybody's house."
JP: "I think I'd anticipated more slashing guitars in this session but what a nice and melodic session it's been too, from the Golden Virgins. That sounds very patronising and insincere as well, but I do mean it."