The John Peel Show 16th, 17th & 18th july 2002

I’m not in a good place at the moment so I don’t really have anything much to say other than I’ve uploaded another week of Peel broadcasts that continue on from the last batch – details below, download from the usual place. Something to suit everyone here I think. Over and out…

Peel Session:
Loudon Wainwright III
http://www.lwiii.com (Artist Website)


Peel Session:
Boom Bip And Dose One (Live from Maida Vale)
http://www.boom-bip.com (Artist Website)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/collective/A3682965 (Interview)

Peel Session:
cLOUDDEAD (sic) (Live from Maida Vale)
http://www.anticon.com (Artist Website)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/collective/A2223794 (Interview)
http://www.bigdada.com/artist.php?id=45&search=clouddead#1 (Record Label Biog)


Peel Session:
http://www.circlefinland.com (Artist Website)
http://www.ektrorecords.com (Record Label)
With thanks to Niklas for the updated contact info!


8 Responses to “The John Peel Show 16th, 17th & 18th july 2002”

  1. 1 Neoguri
    2006/06/28 at 14:20

    Thanks – I enjoy listening to these.

  2. 2 Bruce Hodder
    2006/06/28 at 21:19

    Come back to the good places soon. In the meantime, thanks for the hard work.

  3. 3 domestic empire
    2006/06/28 at 23:39

    Anyone who has their own blog knows how important it is to receive comments, otherwise you feel like you’re working in a vacuum – so thanks guys :-D

    The bad place I’m at right now is a seperate issue but I’m making efforts to leave it – cheers Bruce.

  4. 4 tom
    2006/07/02 at 21:22

    New skin looking fine on OSX/Firefox

    I’m in Brighton temporarily and the ISP here isn’t playing nice with rapidshare, but looking forward to downloading on my return to the States. Thanks loads as always.

  5. 5 domestic empire
    2006/07/02 at 22:40

    Thanks Tom and nice to have you in the country. Brighton’s just ‘up the road’ from me actually.

    The problem is perhaps similar to others in that your ISP is connecting via it’s own proxy server. This acts as a web cache to speed up surfing. Rapidshare interprets this as an attempt to leach by switching proxies.

    The solution is to find your true IP Address and enter this into your Browser’s Proxy setup. You can then switch back and forth whenever you need to. This will allow you to connect ‘direct’ and Rapidshare will like you!

    This is the same method I use – without it I wouldn’t be able to download either. I’m using Opera but It’s as easy to do with Firefox or any other browser. Email me if I haven’t been clear enough.

    Perhaps I should write a step by step guide for this?

    Anyone else with the same problem?

  6. 6 DuffPaddy
    2006/07/03 at 11:37

    Great stuff. thanks again Gary!

    Spiffing new layout, too.

  7. 7 DuffPaddy
    2006/07/03 at 11:41

    Oh, and I forgot to add: hope you get to a better place soon.

  8. 8 Niklas
    2006/07/26 at 09:31

    Circle’s website can be found at http://www.circlefinland.com and their records can be bought at http://www.ektrorecords.com. Thanks for a great blog!

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