Saturday, March 15, 2014

"My Old Peel Tapes ... Again!" (Pt. 7)




for one reason or another fucking Blogger won't allow me to load a photo,
so kindly imagine some old tapes to be pictured at this point ...




Good morning folks,

Little Loser slept and Grandma's place last night and hasn't returned yet which this morning gives me one of those rare opportunities to sit in front of the computer for more than five minutes without him coming up and telling me to go away so that he can watch other kids' Cars collections on Youtube.

Instead we'll have another one of those old Peel tapes, and why not? As I mentioned before: it gives me enormous pleasure to complete one of those, so much so that I - finally - have all the songs on the computer and can share them with you, of course.

This time I picked one back from late December 1999, some good stuff on it plus three oldies but goodies, so I assume it should meet with your approval. Especially the second tune should, it really is a masterpiece in my eyes!

Just let me know if this may or may not be the case, will you?

Peel 357, C. 298/1:
4418 Sinister Purpose Creedence Clearwater Revival 
4419 Alamuana Fade Away Princess Kaiulani
4420 The Same Brother Brick
4421 Unsorry High Fidelity
4422 Emma Blowgun's Last Stand Beulah
4423 It's Clich├ęd To Be Cynical At  
  Christmas    Half Man Half Biscuit
4424 Inga Penga Soulbossa
4425 Christmas In Vietnam Johnny & Jon
4426 How He Wrote Elastica Man Elastica & Mark E. Smith
4427 Birthday Song Fall
4428 There's Never Been A Night Quads

As usual, here it comes as a folder (each track seperately) or as a mix.

Have fun,

Dirk

3 comments:

TheRobster said...

Blogger's been glitchy as hell this past couple of days. This probably accounts for your picture problem.

Another nice mix, and anything that has Half Man Half Biscuit on it is always going to get an extra bonus point from me!

george said...

Looking forward to hearing some of these songs. And not just the Fall songs, I mean the ones I mean the ones that I don't recall ever hearing

Brian said...

Some real nice ones here, Dirk. Half Man Half Biscuit, Beulah and Elastica with Mark E. Smith are my highlights, but there are some here I don't know at all... which is always fun. Thank you.