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This podcast series & blog is inspired by the life of John Peel (1939-2004).

John reached millions of people around the world with his 40 plus years of broadcasting that was carried on the BBC, BBC World Service and countless subscribing radio stations the globe over. You could hear Peel everywhere from mainland Europe, India, Africa to the USA and of course all over the British Isles.

You'll be able to listen to everything great I get my hands on, from studio tracks, private live recordings, online only exclusives to forgotten vinyl gems.

The point is to allow people to listen to great music regardless of commercial intent. Peelie was too modest to want a show dedicated to him. It's always about the music. So from Lawrence, KS to everywhere we can possibly reach, let us remember what it's like to play music without boundaries and restrictions.

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song you love, please use
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to purchase the artist's music.
Always support the music.

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Michael Stoecker,
Lawrence, KS, USA


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PEEL RELATED

John Peel's
Radio 1 Archive


The Kat's Karavan
A new blog that hosts some of Peel's old shows.


The Peel Tapes
by Jon Horne


The John Peel
Tape and File Project



A Peelie Blog.

The Perfumed Garden
An archive for Peel Sessions.

Slow Thrills Blog.
A great blog about music in general, but focuses on Peel quite a bit.

Soulseek
Also, if you have the P2P program Soulseek and wish to grab/share/offer John Peel material with me. I have two accounts, a primary account under "stoecker" and a secondary account under "michstoecker". Right now I probably have about 500 hours of Peel recordings that I'm sharing with everyone.
That said, you can not be abusive and try to dl everything.



NON-PEEL RELATED




Film and Video Production.


My old radio station. It's still playing the best music on the airwaves.


A great music blog.

KCUR's Sonic Spectrum

Listen to Robert Moore's
fantastic radio show
out of Kansas City


The Retro Red-Eye Express Radio Show on KKFI hosted by Sunshine.





OTHER GREAT BLOGS OF MUSIC INTEREST

[AWESOME TAPES FROM AFRICA]
[THE RUNOUT GROOVE]
[SAID THE GRAMOPHONE]


MY FAVORITE PODCASTS

[SHORT ATTENTION SPAN RADIO]
[A HUNDRED YEARS FROM NOW]
[CONTRAST PODCAST]
[INDIE INTERVIEWS]
[RADIO FREE BROOKLYN]
[NOT YOUR USUAL BOLLOCKS]
[THE ODD CAST]
[THE ONION RADIO NEWS]
[MORNING BECOMES ECLECTIC]



Sleater-Kinney call it quits. No one will be able to replace them. After a week of musical highs, a low has shown itself. One of the most amazing bands of the last ten years is coming to an end. Sleater-Kinney will play one final show in Portland and that'll be all they wrote.

I remember when I first heard them. Call the Doctor had come out and I found a used copy for sale and took a chance on it. I didn't put that album down for a year. It is a masterpiece.

So in celebration of their phenomenal career I've pulled out my best sounding bootleg and will share the entire show with you.

Sleater-Kinney - May 27, 2000, Echo Lounge, Atlanta.
[MP3 VBR Format]

Setlist: intro / Ballad of a Ladyman / Ironclad / Start Together / All Hands On the Bad One / Get Up / Words & Guitar / The Professional / You're No Rock n' Roll Fun / Call the Doctor / Milkshake n' Honey / I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone / #1 Must Have / Was It a Lie? / Male Model / Little Babies / Youth Decay / encore break / The End of You / Good Things / Dig Me Out

The show is recorded from an audience mic, but sounds quite good. It's a ZIP file at 88 MB's.

Enjoy it everyone. Tell all your friends and if you have the chance to see SK in the next two months, don't pass it up.

Thank you Sleater-Kinney for all the great music.
Category:Shared Music -- posted at: 11:48am CST