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Sunday, 28 October 2012

Branch Out and John Peel

I recorded this week's show this afternoon as I wanted to attend as much of the Branch Out Festival as possible. The pre-record was fairly easy/lazy as I had already prepared the John Peel Day section that was going to take over the whole second hour. As a fan of Fuzzbox, I obviously wanted to play a song in tribute to Jo Dunne, who died two days ago. I gave the rest of the first hour over to Nottingham's finest, who were all performing today.


Brian Fahey Orchestra 'At The Sign Of The Swinging Cymbal'
Fuzzbox 'Pink Sunshine' (played in tribute to Jo Dunne)

Captain Dangerous 'Everything Beautiful Reminds Me Of You'
Marc Reeves 'Holding On'
The Smears 'Halloween'
Practical Lovers 'Put It Bluntly'
Will Jeffery 'Dorothy Jean'
Emily Martin 'Guide Me Home'
Breadchasers 'Hold 'em High'
The Afterdark Movement 'Since I've Been Here'
Barnum Meserve 'Stay Awake'
Nina Smith 'I Won't Forget You'
Kappa Gamma 'Just Another'
Hhymn 'These Hands'
Sleaford Mods 'Wage Don't Fit'


Intro: John Peel
Mitch Benn 'A Minutes Noise For John'
John Peel introduction: The Undertones 'Teenage Kicks'
The Cure 'Killing An Arab'
The Specials 'Gangsters'
Misty In Roots 'Poor And Needy'
The Wedding Present 'Once More'
Billy Bragg 'A13'
Principle Edwards Magic Theatre 'Sacrifice'
Bogshed 'Spencer Travis'
John Peel introduction: The Ramones 'I Wanna Be Sedated'
Joy Division 'Transmission'
John Peel introduction: Eddie And The Hot Rods 'Teenage Depression'
The White Stripes 'Baby Blue'
The Buzzcocks 'Promises'
The Fall 'The War Against Intelligence'
The Vibrators 'She's Bringing You Down'
UK Subs 'Keep On Running'
Mudhoney 'Here Comes Sickness'
The Slits 'Love ind Romance'
John Peel "Goodbye"