Peel Session

Some articles on peel session, session:

Shift-Work (album) - Track Listing - 2007 Reissue
... Arid Al's Dream" (Scanlon, Smith) - 448 (from Volume Four) "The War Against Intelligence" (Peel Session) (Scanlon, Smith) - 303 "Idiot Joy Showland ...
Spanners (album) - Peel Session
... On 13 January 1995 The Black Dog recorded a John Peel session, includng a new version of "Psil-Cosyin" ...
Cay (band) - History
... on Org Records in 1998, with the band’s first Peel Session for BBC Radio 1 being broadcast on 20 September ... The single and session (and the band’s appearance at that year's In the City music festival in Manchester) attracted the attention of various record labels including EastWest Records, who ... On 3 June 1999, the band recorded its second Peel Session (this time in the "Nearly Live" sequence) at the Queen Elizabeth Hall as part of the Sound City events ...
This Here Giraffe - Track Listings
... CD 1 "This Here Giraffe" "Jets Part 2" (live Peel Session version - recorded 1992) "Life on Mars" (Written by David Bowie) (live Peel Session version - recorded 1992) CD 2 (star-sh ...
Cold Blooded Old Times
... The B-sides, "Chosen One" and "I Break Horses", were recorded in a Peel Session and broadcast on November 12, 1997 ... The Peel Session players were Callahan (guitar, vocal), Jason Dezember (drums) and Colin Gagon (piano) ... "Chosen One (Peel Session)", "I Break Horses (Peel Session)" and "Cold Blooded Old Times (acoustic)" later appeared on Smog's rarities compilation, Accumulation None ...

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