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25 years on from Blur's last session at Peel Acres, Damon Albarn returns with Tom Ravenscroft to select his favourite records from John Peel's vast collection created across his lifetime. Damon tells us which record he would love to take home, shares his memories from Peel Acres with Blur and reveals the record everyone needs in their collection. - Subscribe and 🔔 to BBC Sounds YouTube: 🤍 Listen to the full episode here: 🤍 Find more episodes of The Collection here: 🤍 Fresh on BBC Sounds playlist: 🤍 - #DamonAlbarn #JohnPeel #PeelAcres Damon Albarn explores John Peel’s record collection | BBC Sounds We are BBC Sounds. The home of binge-worthy podcasts, music curated by music lovers and live radio.
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John Peel episode 1982 - September 6th - Full New To Youtube
Thanks to citypoison for this ! DJ legend John Peel chooses his favourite ten of the best music records from the video list and explains why !! PS: Music has been edited out of the video. This was first broadcast in 1995. The tracklistings are below: John's Ten of the Best: Altered Images - I Could Be Happy Eddie Cochran - C'mon Everybody Dick Dale - Terra Dicktyl Jimi Hendrix - All Along The Watchtower Roy Orbison - You Got It Elvis Presley - Don't Be Cruel The Ramones - I Wanna Be Sedated Sonic Youth - Superstar The Undertones - Teenage Kicks Neil Young - Rockin' In The Free World
A 30 minute documentary, made by BBC East in 1990: it was never broadcast at the time, for reasons which are currently unknown. The documentary follows John in his day to day life with his family, as well as documenting his career as a DJ. It also shows him attending a gig from Ipswich band Extreme Noise Terror.
John Peel's last words on his BBC Radio One show on 14th October 2004, before he died of a heart attack while on holiday in Peru on 25th October 2004. Track while he was speaking was Klute - Time 4 Change
The audio starts after 7 seconds. John Peel talks to Sue Lawley on BBC Radio 4 about his life at public school, his work as a DJ in the States in the early 1960s, his family, his passion for Liverpool Football Club and, of course, his lifelong passion for music. This was broadcast on 14th January 1990.
Session Guests: New Order and Killing Joke
John Peel giving his views on Prog Rock from the Time Shift documentary series first broadcast in 2004.
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Thanks to citypoison for this !!! A 1999 Channel 4 series in which John Peel visits British towns that spawned musical trends. John Peel goes to Cornwall and meets up with Richard D James (The Aphex Twin) and Luke Vibert. He also visits David Hodge, a Cornish language poet, Helen from In Watermelon Sugar and then meets up with indie band Blew and sculptor David Kemp
If you love the Undertones check out and 'Like' Rocking Humdingers Interactive fan site 🤍 Undertones official Facebook Page 🤍 In 1978 on Radio 1, John Peel famously plays Teenage Kicks twice in a row. This video is a tribute to the man who was responsible for my life long passion for music and to the band who I have loved more than any other.
The complete session recorded by Joy Division on 26 November 1979 for the John Peel show on BBC Radio 1 and broadcast on 10 December 1979. Tracklist: 1. Love Will Tear Us Apart (0:07) 2. 24 Hours (3:32) 3. Colony (7:42) 4. Sound Of Music (11:47)
In November 1968, Disc & Music Echo magazine ran a 5-page feature on the underground scene. John Peel contributed to the feature with his "ABC of Beauty", in which he listed british underground bands that he thought were worth checking out. Really interesting to see his comments on, for example, this promising new band Led Zeppelin. At the time, they hadn't even released their first album.
Jo Whiley talks about John Peel at Glastonbury.This came from a documentary called Glastonbury at 40, to celebrate 40 years of Glastonbury's music festival in 2010, which was broadcast on BBC Four.
Radio 1's John Peel decided to plug Joy Division's latest single, a limited edition piece from the French label Sordide Sentimental called Licht Und Blindheit, which featured Atmosphere and Dead Souls, on one of his shows. Upon playing Atmosphere however, something went very wrong... Copyright: The Works
The complete session recorded by Nirvana on 26 October 1989 for the John Peel show on BBC Radio 1 and broadcast on 22 November 1989. This recording is taken from the first repeat on 22 January 1990. Tracklist: 1. Spanx Thru' (0:17) 2. About A Girl (4:02) 3. Love Buzz (7:12) 4. Polly (10:57)
John Peel was one of the most important figures bringing numerous unheard of, sometimes obscure, bands to "the masses". Also he was a really nice guy, never seemed to have a bad day, always had positive things to say about the session! This is most of the show, cuts off a few of the "festive fifty" towards the end. Features sessions by.... well John will tell you right at the beginning! Any revenue will go to the respective owners of rights - that's the way youtube works - may not be available in Canada and other territories. I have no idea why! I have more Peel shows to upload depending on how "liked" this is - it's pretty time consuming - let me know
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BBC News at Ten report on the death of John Peel in 2004. Many thanks to iang1978 for the video.
John Peel announcing the death of Ian Curtis and playing New Dawn Fades by Joy Division on his show on BBC Radio 1 on 19 May 1980.
Recorded at BBC Maida Vale studios August 8 1978, tx on John Peel's Radio 1 show August 16. Excellent version of enduring classic that saw two distinct incarnations - this early monosynth style from the Fast Records mono single w/Circus Of Death, and the later 'Horns of Buddha' production for the 1980 'Holiday 80' EP.
"John Peel". John Thompson's Modern Course for the Piano. First Grade Book, p. 74. Performed by Aurora Snefrid on May. 20, 2019. LAST PIECE IN THE BOOK, HOORAY!!!
Documentary first shown on Channel 4 in 2005, looking at the most prized records in John Peel's huge record collection, which he kept stored in a special box. Looks at the music and artistes featured in those special records and at the music tastes of John Peel. Also includes interviews with family and friends, including wife Sheila Ravenscroft, son Tom (who was also involved in its production) and brother Alan; DJs Mary Anne Hobbs, Paul Gambaccini and Marc Riley; artists Elton John, Ronnie Wood (Faces), Roger Daltrey (Who), Fergal Sharkey (Undertones), Jack White (White Stripes), Mark E. Smith and Brixa Smith (Fall), Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt (Status Quo), Billy Bragg, Damon Albarn (Blur) and Pete Wylie (Wah!); plus schoolmate Michael Palin.
Celebrating Record Store Day on 22nd April with a special release of ‘1997 Peel Session’. Find your local participating shop and join the party! #RSD23: 🤍 #echoandthebunnymen #depechemode #thecure #thesmiths #joydivision
MY BLOODY VALENTINE John Peel 25th September 1988
01 - Cry 02 - Yard 03 - Figure of Fun 04 - King Ink 05 - Release the Bats 06 - Rowland Around in That Stuff 07 - (Sometimes) Pleasure Heads Must Burn 08 - Loose 09 - Big Jesus Trash Can 10 - She's Hit 11 - Bully Bones 12 - Six Inch Gold Blade 13 - Pleasure Avalanche 14 - Deep in the Woods 15 - Sonny's Burning 16 - Marry Me (Lie! Lie!) ℗ 1980-82 BBC This compilation ℗ 2001 Strange Fruit © 2001 Strange Fruit Licensed by BBC Worldwide Limited BBC logo © BBC 1996 A BBC Music Production Made in England Distributed by Pinnacle Tracks 1 - 12 published by The Birthday Party Ltd. Tracks 13 - 16 published by Mute Songs Ltd. Session 1: Recorded 10/9/80 Session 2: Recorded 21/4/81 Session 3: Recorded 2/12/81 Session 4: Recorded 15/11/82 The following notes are taken from In Session Tonight - The Complete Radio 1 Recordings by Ken Garner Session 1: First Broadcast 25/9/80 recorded at Maida Vale Studio 4. Session 2: First Broadcast 28/4/81, recorded at Langham Studio 1. Session 3: First broadcast on 10/12/81, recorded at Maida Vale Studio 4. Session 4: First broadcast 22/11/82
THE COCTEAU TWINS John Peel 29th August 1984
MORE INFOS & Tracklist BELOW special 20th upload :) QUOTES FROM MALAS MS: "John Peel Tribute Mix 2004 In 2004 the late, great John Peel contacted me, saying he was enjoying my music. So I said I'll send him dubs. I did and true to his word he played them on his Radio 1 show. He would play Digital Mystikz exclusives. He was the first person to champion the sound on national radio, regardless of how underground it was. He also played some Digital Mystikz tunes which to this day have never seen a release. He also played tunes by others like Distance, Vex'd, Mark One aswell as few more producers back then.... So much was happening in 2004, so much music getting made so much love amongst a unit a producers/dj's and listeners. A community I was pleased to be a part of, it became my life. On 16 December 2004 Radio One broadcast a huge show which was in tribute of him. The show went on for hours and many artists like The Undertones, Orbital, the Cure, New Order, Supergrass, Robert Plant, Underworld, Siouxsie Sioux, the Buzzcocks, damon albarn, many more also took part. I was lucky enough to be asked to play Live. This was the 1st time to play on any radio station and my second live dj set. As nervous as i felt, it was an honor and a great privilege to close his tribute show which was recorded with Annie Nightingale at the BBC's Maida Vales Studio's. A moment i'll never forget. Rest in Peace John Peel and thank you. An Originator in the purest sense. Broadcast Live on 16 December 2004 on BBC Radio 1" SUPPORT THE WHOLE DMZ, DEEP MEDI, Tectonic, Swamp81, Chestplate, Tempa, Hyperdub ... GANG GO OUT AND BUY THEIR NEW/OLD VINYLS JUST DO IT!!! :D LIKE I DO ... SERIOUSLY !!! AND SPREAD THEIR SOUND !!! FOR KEEPING THE SOUND ORIGINAL 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 This channel is 100% Non-profit promotional so if I 'EVER' ever infringe any copyright laws please tell me about it in a personal email. I will remove the video immediately and not post it again. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use." track listing ? im to lazy to be honest :D but ok Augustus Pablo - Revolution Dub (Greensleaves) Digital Mystikz - Intergalactic (DMZ) Digital Mystikz - Give Jah the glory (Tempa) Kode 9 - Kingstown Dub (Hyperdub) Mala - Changes (Deep Medi) Digital Mystikz - Neverland (DMZ) Digital Mystikz - Da Wrath (VIP Mix) (DMZ) Digital Mystikz - Crystal Lake (Dubplate) Digital Mystikz - Stuck (DMZ) Digital Mystikz - Save Me (Dubplate) Digital Mystikz - Mood Dub (DMZ) Loefah - Root (DMZ) Digital Mystikz - Ital (Dubplate)
John Peel playing a tune, broadcast on 24th April 1985 from BBC Radio One. Thanks to Bluey G for identifying the track.
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John Peel playing a live Grime Mix, performed by DJ Eastwood and friends, including DJ Krafty and MCs G Double E, Purple, I.Q and I.E. This was broadcast on BBC Radio One from 26th May 2004.
With Mark E. Smith and The Wedding Presents Dave Gedge
As a kind of precursor to the Festive Fifty that would dominate John Peel's programming in December until his death, he chose his fifteen favourite singles from 1975, which was broadcast on BBC Radio One on 19th December 1975. Surprisingly, as a champion of underground music, most of John Peel's choices were all UK Top 40 hits, including some that were at number one.
John Peel being interviewed on Irish youth TV programme, Our Times, on RTE, broadcast as part of ‘Our Times Invitation to Rock Christmas Special’ on 23 December 1978.
A profile of the life and career of the legendary D.J. John Peel, which was broadcast on BBC2 in 1999 during John Peel Night, to celebrate his 60th birthday !!
A tribute to John Peel from musicians and broadcasters, including Annie Nightingale, Phil Jupitus, Nick Cave, Alan Hansen, Roni Size and many others. This was broadcast on BBC2 a week after John Peel's death.