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The complete session recorded by Family on 28th July 1969 for John Peel on the Top Gear show on BBC Radio 1 and broadcast on 3rd August 1969. Family You absolutely could never mistake the voice of Family’s Roger Chapman for anyone else. No other singer sounded anything like him. The American press wasn’t all that keen on his distinctive vocal-chord adventure.

Tracklist: 1. Drown In Wine (0:07) 2. Wheels (4:07) 3. No Mule’s Fool (10:56) 4. The Cat And The Rat (13:51)

The complete session recorded by Siouxsie and the Banshees on 6th February 1978 for the John Peel show on BBC Radio 1 and broadcast on the 23rd of that month. This was the second session in the February wrapping up the key elements of the group’s early repertoire, a dry run (and in some places, superior blueprint) for what would become their debut album, The Scream. An indication of the speed at which the Banshees were developing.

Siouxsie Sioux (nee Susan Ballion) (vocals) and Steve Severin (bass) were the constant members of an aggregation that in its best-remembered line-up included John McKay (guitar) and Kenny Morris (drums). Siouxsie had been one of the hangers-on present during the Sex Pistols interview with Bill Grundy.


1. Hong Kong Garden (0:07)
2. Overground (2:48)
3. Carcass (6:00)
4. Helter Skelter (9:45)

The Band 

Siouxsie (Lead Vocals) Kenny Morris (Drums) Steve Severin (Bass) John Mckay (Guitar)

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Rory Gallagher, Live in Concert on the 13th January 1979 at Hammersmith Odeon in London,

broadcast date by the BBC 17th february 1979.

setlist: 1. Shin Kicker (0:19) 2. Do You Read Me? (3:35) 3. Off The Handle (12:24) 4. Brute Force and Ignorance (21:20) 5. Secret Agent (27:46) 6. Out On The Western Plain (34:00) 7. Going To My Home Town (38:58) 8. Shadow Play (44:19) 9. Tattoo’d Lady (50:05)