Radio Clash 49: Play at the Wrong Speed – Remembering John Peel

A show as a tribute and a reminder of the genius of John Peel, a DJ that inspired me and many other people; and introduced us all to some good and very odd new music. And played a fair amount of it at the wrong speed…!

I guess there’s going to be a media blitz on this later this week, so thought I’d get in early…and Show 50 with Kirk is also in the can (that’s a rude thing to call Marvin!) and will be with you shortly…

Play 33 1/3 at 45 (69mins, 40Mb)

Shownotes

  • John Peel – BBC Radiophonic Workshop intro (from http://www.delia-derbyshire.org/)
  • TimG – Teenage Kicks With Somebody (Whitney Houston vs Undertones)
  • Damned – New Rose (Peel Session)
  • blo up – laughable toxic bob (Britney vs Aphex Twin)
  • GLC On the Radio (excerpt)
  • Squarepusher – Come on My Selector
  • Fall – Lost in Music
  • Carter USM – Panic
  • John Cooper-Clarke – Beasley Street
  • rx – White Lines (from rx’s website)
  • David Bowie – Fashion (frenchbloke & son remix)
  • Osymyso – The Phoney Goatherd
  • Venetian Snares – Dance Like You’re Selling Nails
  • shitmat – there’s no business like propa’ rungleclotted mashup bizznizz
  • max tundra – coming up
  • impakt – Do_You_Know_Rolfpusher! (part of Shitmat’s 100 Rolf Boots)
  • Ivor Cutler – Pearly Gleam
  • Galaxie 500 – Ceremony (New Order cover)

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2 Comments

  1. […] This week’s episode of the Radio Clash podcast offers a very fitting tribute to John Peel. It’s not a recounting of his life or his work. Instead, it’s an evocation of him and the music he loved (including a killer mash-up of Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” and The Undertones’ “Teenage Kicks,” which is said to have been his favorite song). […]

  2. Roger
    October 24
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    Tim = just caught the JP special – fantastic. Best RC I’ve heard (ok this is just a reflection of my tastes).
    WONDERFUL Whitney/Undertone, great to hear JCC after a LONG time – and I’ve got that strange
    album that the intro came off. Absolutely wonderful. = Roger

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