Peel Sessions (disambiguation)

Last updated

Peel Sessions are live music sessions recorded for John Peel's BBC Radio 1 show.

Peel Sessions may also refer to:

<i>Peel Session</i> (Autechre EP) 1999 EP by Autechre

Peel Session is an album by electronic duo Autechre, released on vinyl and CD by Warp Records on 11 January 1999. It consists of material recorded for John Peel's Radio 1 sessions in late 1995. The session was first broadcast on 9 October 1995.

<i>Peel Session 2</i> 2000 EP by Autechre

Peel Session 2 is the second John Peel session that Autechre recorded. The tracks were given to Peel in August 1999 and aired on 8 September 1999. The EP was released by Warp Records at the end of 2000.

<i>The Peel Sessions</i> (Babes in Toyland album) 1992 compilation album by Babes in Toyland

The Peel Sessions is a live album recorded by American punk rock band Babes in Toyland, released in 1992. It was produced by Dale "Buffin" Griffin and released by Strange Fruit Records/Dutch East India Trading. Babes in Toyland later self-released a 7" of four other songs from their 1992 Peel Sessions. Included on the 7" were "Jungle Train," "Right Now," "Sometimes," and "Magic Flute." It was re-released as The BBC John Peel Sessions, 1990–1992 in 2001.

See also

Related Research Articles

Autechre English electronic music duo

Autechre are an English electronic music duo consisting of Rob Brown and Sean Booth, both from Rochdale, Greater Manchester. Formed in 1987, they are one of the best known acts signed to UK electronic label Warp Records, through which all of Autechre's full-length albums have been released beginning with their 1993 debut Incunabula. They gained initial recognition when they were featured on Warp's 1992 compilation Artificial Intelligence.

The Jesus and Mary Chain Scottish rock band

The Jesus and Mary Chain are a Scottish alternative rock band formed in East Kilbride in 1983. The band revolves around the songwriting partnership of brothers Jim and William Reid. After signing to independent label Creation Records, they released their first single "Upside Down" in 1984. Their debut album Psychocandy was released to critical acclaim in 1985 on major label WEA. The band went on to release five more studio albums before disbanding in 1999. They reunited in 2007.

PJ Harvey English musician and singer-songwriter

Polly Jean Harvey known as PJ Harvey, is an English musician, singer-songwriter, writer, poet and composer. Primarily known as a vocalist and guitarist, she is also proficient with a wide range of instruments.

Bolt Thrower English band

Bolt Thrower were a British death metal band from Coventry, England. They formed in 1986 and released their first album with Vinyl Solution in 1988. The band then shifted to a new record label, Earache Records, soon becoming one of the best selling bands on that label. Their last label was Metal Blade Records. The band had a succession of members, and had toured Europe, the United States, and Australia. Over the course of their 30-year career, Bolt Thrower released eight studio albums, three EPs, one live album, two compilation albums and two demos. On 14 September 2016 the band announced that they were breaking up, following the death of drummer Martin Kearns exactly a year earlier.

<i>Peel Session TX 21/07/1998</i> 1999 EP by Boards of Canada

Peel Session TX 21/07/1998 is an EP by Boards of Canada of their 21 July 1998 Peel Session broadcast on BBC Radio 1. It was released on 11 January 1999 as 12" or CD by Warp Records as catalogue numbers WAP114 and WAP114CD. The radio broadcast contained an additional track, "XYZ", which was originally included on the EP, but soon removed due to sample licensing issues, meaning that copies of the CD containing "XYZ" are extremely rare.

Strange Fruit Records was an independent record label in the United Kingdom.

<i>Heart and Soul</i> (Joy Division album) 1997 box set by Joy Division

Heart and Soul is a Joy Division box set containing nearly every track the band recorded. The first two discs contain almost their entire studio output, including the albums Unknown Pleasures and Closer, along with singles and compilation appearances. Discs three and four collect rare demos and live recordings, many of which were previously unreleased. All tracks are digitally remastered. It reached #70 in the UK.

The Sound (band) British band

The Sound were an English post-punk band, formed in South London in 1979 and dissolved in 1988. They were fronted by Adrian Borland, and evolved from his previous band, the Outsiders.

Girls at Our Best! were a British post-punk band, founded in Leeds, England in 1979 under the name The Butterflies. They had several UK Independent Singles Chart hits during their three-year existence.

Peel Session TX 09/03/00 is an EP by Mira Calix, released by Warp Records in 2000.
The label released a number of sessions by their artists, including Autechre and Boards of Canada, recorded for the renowned John Peel show on BBC Radio 1.

<i>The Radio One Sessions</i> (The Damned album) 1996 live album / compilation album by The Damned

The Radio One Sessions (1996) is a CD by The Damned consisting of all their BBC sessions for Janice Long, Mike Read and Saturday Live with Richard Skinner - in other words all their Radio One sessions except the ones recorded for John Peel. In addition, there are two tracks which were recorded for Peel, the tracks "Liar" and "Hit Or Miss".

<i>The Peel Sessions</i> (New Order album) 1986 compilation album by New Order

Peel Sessions is the name of two Extended Plays and a subsequent compilation released by the English musical group New Order.

<i>The Complete John Peel Sessions</i> (The Jesus and Mary Chain album) 2000 compilation album by The Jesus and Mary Chain

The Complete John Peel Sessions is an album released by Scottish alternative band The Jesus and Mary Chain.

<i>Too Pure – The Peel Sessions</i> live album

Too Pure – The Peel Sessions is a compilation CD and 10" vinyl LP released by Strange Fruit by arrangement with the indie label Too Pure in 1992, and featuring their three most up-and-coming bands at the time. It contains some of the earliest commercially released work by PJ Harvey.

The Joy Division Peel sessions are a series of sessions recorded by English post-punk band Joy Division for John Peel's radio show on BBC Radio 1 between January and November 1979.

<i>The Peel Sessions 1991–2004</i> 2006 compilation album by PJ Harvey

The Peel Sessions 1991–2004 is a compilation album by English alternative rock musician PJ Harvey, released on 23 October 2006 on Island Records.

Paris Angels were a seven piece band, hailing from Guide Bridge, Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, associated with the Madchester scene of 1989 -1991. Their music fused indie guitars with electronic dance music. The band comprised Paul 'Wags' Wagstaff, Rikki Turner, Steven Taji, Scott Carey, Mark Adj, Jane Gill and Simon Worrall.

<i>The Complete BBC Recordings</i> (Joy Division album) 2000 compilation album by Joy Division

Joy Division The Complete BBC Recordings is a collection of the two Peel Sessions recorded by Joy Division, two songs from the BBC Television programme Something Else and a live interview. It was released in 2000. The album was re-released as "Before and After – The BBC Sessions" in 2004, the Joy Division tracks included were the same, but it also contained a New Order album. The entire track listing of the album was later released as the second disc in the UK edition of The Best of Joy Division in 2008.

<i>The Best of Joy Division</i> 2008 greatest hits album by Joy Division

The Best of Joy Division is a compilation album of material from Joy Division. It was released March 24, 2008 and the UK version includes The Complete BBC Recordings as a bonus disc. The US release is a single disc. The Best of Joy Division reached #97 in April 2008 in Australia, which marks only their second appearance on the ARIA Charts after Substance reached #53 in 1988.

<i>Some Candy Talking</i> 1986 EP by The Jesus and Mary Chain

Some Candy Talking is an extended play (EP) by Scottish rock band The Jesus and Mary Chain. It was released in July 1986 by Blanco y Negro Records. The EP includes an acoustic version of "Taste of Cindy", originally taken from the band's debut studio album, Psychocandy, and a song titled "Psychocandy", which did not appear on that album. The titular song did not appear on the original pressing of Psychocandy, but was featured when the album was released on CD in 1986.