Hello dear friends,
sorry sorry sorry that I just got around to post this at this time of the day/evening, but I was stuck in office all day without any access to my music library.
John Peel - Day it is - or rather was - again today, and as usual I didn't come up with brilliant ideas about what to post on this special occasion, so I thought I'd just continue with another one of those old Peel BFBS - tapes.
And why not, I mean: it's music played by Peel back then and I assume there are one or two folk's faces out there to whom this old stuff might put a smile on ....
So please enjoy one of my favourite ones out of the nearly 400 tapes I recorded, Peel 018, from 1985:
|Peel 018, C. 005/2:|
|179||Daytime Dilemma (Dangers Of|
|180||Snipe||Marc Riley with The Creepers|
|181||All That Ever Mattered||Shop Assistants|
|182||Just One Kiss||Cure|
|183||Swimming Ground||Meat Puppets|
|184||Absolute Body Control||DAF|
|186||King Of The Hill||Minutemen|
|187||You Should Never Have Opened|
|188||Texas Wine||Jon Wayne|
|189||Spinning Round||Red Lorry Yellow Lorry|
|190||The Baby Screams||Cure|
|191||Special Delivery Stomp||Earl Bostic|
|192||Shadow Figure||Marc Riley with The Creepers|
|193||Animal Kingdom||Meat Puppets|
Now, doesn't this tape really have everything you need in life? I mean, what more can you ask for?
As usual, downloadable as a folder, each tune separately (here) or as another awesome megamix (here).
Also, as usual, find the same thing - but with Peel bragging inbetween the tracks - on the Peel Wiki.
Keep it Peel, friends, will you?
Take good care,