Hi Steve, I have a recording of what is purported to be the Peel session by The Sugarcubes on my youtube channel. There are many comments on the upload stating that it is a fake. On the page at 04 January 1988 there is a recording of part of this session listed, but unfortunately the link is incomplete. Is there any way that I could get hold of this file as the three tracks which are on it would confirm whether or not the five tracks that I have are authentic. Thanks Vibracobra23 (talk) 07:24, March 23, 2013 (UTC)
I also have two Peel Session playlists on my channel, but as the maximum number of videos on any playlist there is 200 they're on two separate playlists (so far). I therefore thought a single link would be preferable, and it's a lot easier to find stuff on the upload blog than it is on the actual channel.
I'm writing a piece for The Independent about the rise of Wikia as a resource; I'm really keen to speak to a Wikia admin to talk a bit about their experience of using the site. I'm on a terribly tight deadline – just wondered if you might be around tonight (Monday 19th) or tomorrow morning for a quick 10-minute phone conversation? My email is email@example.com.
PS – I'm leaving the same message on Stuart's wall, apologies for cluttering them both.
Hi Steve, I was actually working on the page when you added your entry, so it came up as an editing conflict.....never mind, could you add the plays you have to what I've already done, as I have to get ready for work? Thanks!
Steve, I hope you get this, it’s very difficult to access sections on this ill designed site
This is the tracklisting on my tape:(A 1 – 13)
■Fuse: Permanent Resident (originally posted as 'Love You Baby?') (LP - Fuse) Epic
■Jimmy Reed: Too Much (LP - Just Jimmy Reed) (originally released 1962 as Vee Jay LP-1050
■Kevin Ayers: Song From The Bottom Of A Well (LP – Whatever she brings we sing) Harvest SHVL 800 (released November 1971)
■Jerry Garcia: Sugaree (LP - Garcia) Warner Bros (released 20 January 1972)
■Johnny Bachelor: Mumbles (7"single) London Records .(Source isAlan Bailey’s copy)
■Badfinger: Name Of The Game (LP - Straight Up) Apple (released 13 December 1971)
■Country Joe & The Fish: Silver And Gold (LP - C.J. Fish) Vanguard (released 1970)
■Shanti: Out Of Nowhere (LP - Shanti) Atlantic SD 8302 (released 1971)
■Duane Eddy: 3.30 Blues (LP - Movin' 'N' Groovin') London ZGW-105 (released 1970)(source is Alan Bailey’s copy)
■Procol Harum: Devil Came From Kansas (LP - A Salty Dog) Regal Zonophone (released June 1969)
■Ry Cooder: Denomination Blues (LP - Into the Purple Valley) Reprise (released February 1972)
■Kris Kristofferson: Best Of All Possible Worlds (LP - Kristofferson) Monument (released 1970)
■Jimmy Reed: I’ll Change My Style (LP - Just Jimmy Reed) (originally released 1962 as Vee Jay LP-1050,
As John and I exchanged views on collected 45’s, he particularly liked my copy of ‘Mumbles’ and included it in the programme giving me a name check.
My programme is dated 28th Jan 1972. Perhaps you can forward this info’ to ken Garner.Someone, somewhere on this site thought that since there were two Jimmy Reed tracks that they thought two different programmes were edited together – They were not – it is a complete unedited programme, obvious because there is a record jump and purposely left in.
On my website I have edited down the intro music but on the programme it’s complete.