Another in parkermike81's series of Peel compilations from the early 90s.
JP claims that the lyrics to Sekiri's songs are rather salacious, if you know Japanese.
Fudge Tunnel, #1. Recorded 1990-04-22, first broadcast 21 May 1990, repeated 10 July 1990. No known commercial release.
Dawson, #1. Recorded 1990-05-01, first broadcast 29 May 1990, repeated 12 July 1990. No known commercial release.
(JP: 'My voice is getting deeper and deeper and deeper. If only I could do voiceovers, I could make a fortune, be taken into studios, left there overnight to talk like this, I could be a wealthy man.')
(JP: 'Every time I open the microphone, something starts to go wrong. I start coughing, I can't speak.')
(JP: 'Why do I like this noisy stuff so much? Can't get enough of it, really.')
(JP: 'As you can probably tell, Daddy isn't feeling terrifically well tonight, flu I think it is, but the show must go on, eventually.')
(JP: 'I think it's time that I coughed pathetically to establish the fact that I'm still not terribly well (he does so).') 22 May 1990
(JP: 'And here's a letter from Amanda who writes from Acton in London, and says, "99% of music in your programme is crap". I shall not rest, Amanda, until I can claim 100%.') 23 May 1990
(JP: 'We hippies are back in fashion and no mistake.')
best of peel vol 5 (with introductions)
Shared via Peel Mailing List. The tape appears to be running slightly fast: this can be corrected using Audacity or similar software.
Many thanks to Mike.
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