Sunday, October 07, 2007

Top Gear Shows - Repost

Yay, I'm back! But before commencing with our scheduled programme, allow me to draw your attention to a new book from Ken Garner, author of legendary BBC Session tome In Session Tonight. You may be aware that In Session Tonight goes for silly money on eBay these days, so it's great to see Ken take time out from lecturing on journalism at Glasgow Caledonian University to produce a book that not only completes the Peel session picture but is affordable to us mere mortals. And on first glance it's a thoroughly good read, combining a fan's obsessive enthusiasm with an academic study of the subject. And if you can make Glasgow Waterstone's on Peel Day (this Thursday), Ken will be there signing copies.

Right! The rest of this post is a response to the many requests I've had to repost the eight Top Gear shows from 1969/70, as most of them have now expired on sendspace. For convenience it's a bittorrent download this time, so if you're unsure how that works, look it up. And please be sure to keep the torrent seeded once you've downloaded it.

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6 comments:

So It Goes said...

Hi mate! lovely to see you back. Drop by sometime soon.

soundhog said...

Terrific - many thanks for doing this!

domestic empire said...

I really like the photo of the book & tapes (snappy name for band that). Is it your own work? Really nice. (",)

I'll clear some space and help seed that behemoth. Just need to clear out the remnants of the pig farm. "Out yer go little porkers. Yer not needed round these parts n'more"

That's none too subtle is it? (oink, oink!)

Phantom Flan Flinger said...

I wonder what John Peel's up to now. Imagine the interviews he'll be doing with Hendrix, Lennon... Zappa... and Su Pollard.

I bet he'll be doing a new Ramones peel session soon too.

Captain Beefheart is still alive, but his spirit dies on.

entrailicus said...

Waiting eagerly for new posts...

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