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  • Audio CD (December 9, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Fabric
  • ASIN: B0000794FM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #424,315 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Break Em On Down - The Soledad Brothers
3. Late Night Blues - Don Carlos
4. Hipsteppin - MC DET
5. Needle In A Haystack - The Velvettes
6. Lust For Life - The Bad Livers
7. Lets Get Small - Trouble Funk
8. Theres A Moon Out Tonight - The Capris
9. Mr Pharmacist - The Fall
10. 15 5 Remake - Smith And Selway
11. Too Much - Jimmy Reed
12. In The Midnight Hour - Maloko
13. Moon Hop - Derrick Morgan
14. In Love - The Datsuns
15. Purty Vacant - The Kingswoods
16. Liar - Sinthetix
17. Lion Rock (Peel Session) - Culture
18. Tom The Peeper - Act 1
19. Love Will Tear Us Apart - Joy Division
20. Clock - Elementz Of Noise
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John Peel has collected countless awards and many honorary degrees. He lives in Suffolk with his wife, Sheila, and broadcasts regularly from his home, Peel Acres. His long-time friend and producer John Walters (who sadly passed away last year) regarded him as 'the single most important figure in popular music of the last 25 years.' Together they made some of the most ground-breaking radio of an era. John has chosen 24 tracks for this unique collection from The Velvelettes, The Fall, The Datsuns, The Soledad Brothers, Jimmy Reed, Act 1, Bad Livers and more. The disc is housed in a deluxe metal tin. Fabric. 2002.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. Lister on January 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
If you type in "John Peel" at Amazon, you get 23 CD results (in 2005). 22 of them are his legendary John Peel sessions - bands making live recordings for his BBC Radio show, from any point in his 35+ year career. This is the only CD I know that captures what it was he really did on his radio show.

This is *not* your average DJ mix. In fact, there's almost no mixing and the music ranges from soccer chants (featuring around 50,000 people) to doo-wop via hardcore, gabba, bluesy rock, funk, afro-soul, hillbilly banjos...

It's a perfect slice of what DJ Peel's radio show sounded like in it's prime, minus the usual charming banter and DJ'ing blunders. And so, despite being utterly wonderful and something of a genuine cultural artifact, it isn't easy listening. The glory of John was that his musical taste was broader than anybody else on this planet, bar none, including you. I guarantee there is at least one track on this that you'll hate - but a bunch you would never find anywhere else.

Just because without him there would have been no David Bowie, no T-Rex, no Sex Pistols, no Napalm Death, no Cure, no Orbital, no Smiths, no White Stripes (he played them all first), you might like to introduce yourself to the incomparable John Peel.

oh, it also comes in a lovely tin box.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ichael Philip Fletcher Jones on February 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Let's get started by saying I really like (I'm learning to love) this compilation. I can remember when John Peel had the Saturday afternoon show on BBC Radio 1 and have followed him ever since (not literally like some people).
The reason I give this three stars is because it's not enough. It touches on all styles of music you'd expect from Peel but just barely. There are good and quirky examples of everything you'd expect but that's it.
Another slight complaint is that for those people who have heard, or heard of, Peel's legendary live sets at Fabric (I've only had the pleasure of going once) the charm is missing here. There are none of the random stops, records at wrong speeds or backwards, or anything you could imagine.
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