The OLIVIA TREMOR CONTROL – ” John Peel Session “

Posted: July 15, 2020 in MUSIC
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The Olivia Tremor Control is an American rock band that was prominent in the mid-to-late 1990s. It was, along with The Apples in Stereo and Neutral Milk Hotel , one of the three original projects of The Elephant 6 Recording Company.1997 was a big year for The Olivia Tremor Control. They were riding high on the release of their debut double album “Dusk At Cubist Castle,” and touring the world relentlessly. During a visit to the UK in March, illustrious tastemaker DJ John Peel requested the band to visit his studios to record for his radio show. Seventeen
years later, “John Peel Session” is now released.

The band was founded by the remnants of the group Synthetic Flying Machine (Jeff Mangum, Bill Doss, and Will Cullen Hart) in 1994. The band later went on to become known as the Olivia Tremor Control, with Hart and Doss remaining members while Mangum eventually left to focus on Neutral Milk Hotel. The band had only one official release to their name, “Heaven Is for Kids”,

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“John Peel Session” features a couple never-before-released songs amidst the three tracks. A radio session that has been officially licensed from the BBC, this is continued evidence of a
band that is in further need of celebration.

Will Cullen Hart,
Eric Harris,
John Fernandes,
Peter Erchick,
Derek Almstead,

Bill Doss,
Jeff Mangum,

Released August 5th, 2014

Recorded for the John Peel Show on BBC Radio 1 on 18 March 1997
Original broadcast date: 9 April 1997

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