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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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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]



Since I started this podcast I've gotten to communicate with some very cool podcasters from around the world. Today, one of them was kind enough to let me share in a brilliant idea that he had. Tim over at the Contrast Podcast puts together a show combining the song suggestions of a dozen or more podcasters. The result is a genuinely entertaining romp in the musical landscape. The participants range from newcomers like me to heavy hitters like Said the Gramophone. So head on over there and grab Episode 002 of the Contrast Podcast and be sure to listen for my entry by Kimya Dawson.

Also, several other podcasts right now are the dose of radiant new music I need to breath. In no particular order please check em out.
[SHORT ATTENTION SPAN RADIO]
[TRIPCAST RADIO]
[RADIO FREE BROOKLYN]
[NOT YOUR USUAL BOLLOCKS]

Category:Shared Music -- posted at: 9:17am CST

A few days late, but here it is, Episode 008. A great show if I do say so myself. Electronic musician Jason Forrest was kind enough to stop and talk while on tour. We have some damn good music along with a rememberance for Buck Owens.

Jason Forrest (as Donna Summer) - Moses on a Raft [2003]
AD AAD AT Split w/ Ove Naxx
Buy the album here.

Buck Owens - It Takes People Like You (To Make People Like Me) [1967]
Capital 7" Single
Buy it here.

Sixteen Horsepower - Bad Moon Rising [2001]
Album: Hoarse [Live]
Buy their album here.

Nervous Norvus - The Fang [1956]
Dot 7" Single / rereleased Stone Age Woo [2004]
Buy his album here.

Pere Ubu - Street Waves [1978]
Album: The Modern Dance
Buy their album here.

The Black Eyes - Deformative [2003]
Album: S/T
Buy their album here.

Bearsuit- Drinkink [2005]
Album: Team Ping Pong
Buy their album here.

XTC - Complicated Game [1979]
Album: Drums & Wires
Buy their album here.

Jason Forrest Interview Part 1

Jason Forrest - My 36 Favorite Punk Songs [2005]
Album: Shamelessly Exciting
Buy his album here.

Jason Forrest Interview Part 2

Minor Threat - Salad Days [1983]
Released 1985's Salad Days 7"
Buy their album here.

Jason Forrest Interview Part 3

Jason Forrest (feat. Laura Cantrell) - Nightclothes & Headphones [2005]
Album: Shamelessly Exciting
Buy his album here.

Jason Forrest Interview Part 4

Laura Cantrell - Bees [2005]
Album: Humming By the Flowering Vine
Buy her album here.

Jason Forrest (feat. Maja Ratjke) - Evil Doesn't Exist Anymore [2005]
Album: Shamelessly Exciting
Buy his album here.
Direct download: The_Yank_Sizzler_008.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:48am CST

Gogol Bordello If you are in the Lawrence, KS region tonight, make sure and attend Gogol Bordello at the Bottleneck. You will not regret it. They put on the best live show today. Viva the Gypsy Punk Revolution!




This photo is copyrighted by someone I don't know, but the credit goes to them. It's from Emo's in Austin.
Category:general -- posted at: 5:11am CST