Wednesday, September 27, 2006

FF 2000. Because you demanded it, a Festive Fifty in it's true, raw state, complete with our John, tape hiss and songs cut off in their prime - yes, dear listener, this one's off a cassette.
A truly classic Fifty though: plenty of Delgados, Hefner, PJ Harvey, etc. The Cuban Boys and Cow Cube - what fun! Funny just how many 'Golden Eras' of Peel there seem to have been when you look back on it though, isn't it ?
Btw, you might like to know that as well as being on the Beeb's own Peel pages, you can find also full FF playlists at ,and as they're presented in nice clean lists, all on a single page, they're easier to copy/paste from for compiling those all-important CD labels.

Anyway, here's the gear:

Part 1 (50-43)

Part 2 (42-31)

Part 3 (30-20)

Part 4 (19-10)

Part 5 (9-1)


Blogger domestic empire said...

Good show Roger. Thanks for this :)

3:22 pm  
Blogger thebarguest said...

Thanks muchly. Priceless historic
document ! So much good music.
I never would have dreamed in 1980
that Peelie would end up playing "country-and-western" (now called "Americana"), ha ha .......

8:18 pm  
Blogger n-rich said...

Excellent stuff - thanks very much, and keep up the good work!

Have you got any from 84/85/86? (with the Peel left in, preferably!)

1:32 pm  
Blogger joe + coz said...

lovely! perfect etc.

i am having all sorts of problems with these sharing sites though (megaupload, rapidshare etc). why not torrent them? might be easier

cheers anyway

1:00 pm  
Blogger PeterG said...

Great job on the site, especially your FF2002 .ogg post - awesome. Any chance you could repost the FF2000 here as these links seem to have expired?
Also looking forward to the long awaited FF2003 post

- Cheers from Los Angeles

4:26 am  

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