John Peel ‎– FabricLive. 07

Label:
Fabric (2) ‎– Fabric14, Fabric (2) ‎– FABRIC14
Series:
FabricLive – 07
Format:
CD, Mixed
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1a Asa-Chang & Junray Hana (Excerpt)
Arranged By – Asa-Chang & JunrayProducer, Written-By [Words & Music] – Asa-Chang
1:14
1b Peter Jones (5) BBC Commentary, 1981 European Cup Final - Liverpool v Real Madrid (Excerpt)
Voice [Commentator] – Peter Jones (5)
2 The Soledad Brothers* Break 'Em Down
Written-By – Johnny Walker (2)
3:15
3 Don Carlos (2) Late Night Blues
Producer – Bunny LeeWritten-By – Al Campbell
3:40
4 MC Det Hipsteppin'
Co-producer – Ed SoloWritten-By – E. Bickley*, J. Ellington*
3:41
5 The Velvelettes Needle In A Haystack
Producer, Written-By – Norman WhitfieldWritten-By – William "Mickey" Stevenson*
2:26
6 The Bad Livers* Lust For Life
Producer – Paul LearyWritten-By – David Bowie, Iggy Pop
1:53
7 Trouble Funk Let's Get Small
Written-By – James Avery, Robert Reed, Tony Fisher
4:04
8 The Capris There's A Moon Out Tonight
Written-By – T. Guadagno*, T. Mincieli*
2:10
9 The Fall Mr. Pharmacist
Producer – John LeckieWritten-By – Nowlen*
2:16
10 Christian Smith & John Selway 15.5 Remake
Written-By – Christian Smith and John Selway*
6:36
11 Jimmy Reed Too Much
Written-By – Boyd*
2:18
12 Maloko In The Midnight Hour
Written-By – Cropper*, Pickett*
3:27
13 Derrick Morgan Moon Hop
Composed By – D. Morgan*
3:04
14 The Datsuns In Love
Recorded By – Liam Watson, Richard WoodcraftWritten-By – The Datsuns
2:52
15 The Kingswoods Purty Vacant
Producer – Leigh Wayper, The KingswoodsWritten-By – Matlock*, Rotten*, Cook*, Jones*
2:38
16 Sinthetix Liar
Written-By – R. Fairchild*
3:29
17 Culture Lion Rock (Peel Session)
Engineer [Recording] – Mike RobinsonProducer [Recording] – Dale GriffinWritten-By – Joseph Hill
4:32
18 Act 1 Tom The Peeper
Composed By – Raeford Gerald
1:33
19a Joy Division Love Will Tear Us Apart
Producer – Martin HannettWritten-By – Bernard Sumner, Ian Curtis, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris
3:18
19b Alan Parry BBC Commentary, 1978 European Cup Final - Liverpool v FC Bruges (Excerpt)
Voice [Commentator] – Alan Parry
20 Elementz Of Noize Clock
Producer, Written-By – Alan Clark (3)
4:12
21 The Cheviot Ranters Corn Rigs Tunes
Written-By – B. Anderson*, D. Smailes*, G. Mitchell*, J. Thompson*, P. Sutherland*
0:39
22 Marc Smith vs. Safe n' Sound Identify The Beat
Written-By – Jonathon Kneath*, Marc Smith, Pete Richardson (2)
6:27
23 The Kop Choir You'll Never Walk Alone
Written-By – Rodgers / Hammerstein*
1:29
24 The Undertones Teenage Kicks
Written-By – O'Neill*
2:26

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Notes

Issued in a metal case with cardboard outer slipcase.

(P) 2002 Fabric Records Ltd.
(C) 2002 Fabric Records Ltd.

Made in Europe

Cat# appears as Fabric14 on cardboard sleeve and as FABRIC14 on CD.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0802560001424
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout: FABRIC14P NB0510
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD02
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5J26

Other Versions (1 of 1) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Fabric14P John Peel FabricLive. 07(CD, Mixed, Promo) Fabric (2) Fabric14P UK 2002 Sell This Version

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RoryHoy

RoryHoy

February 17, 2017

Even though the late great John Peel was before my time, this is a really good mix and extremely diverse too ranging from Punk Rock, Drum & Bass, Reggae, Soul, Happy Hardcore etc being mashed together in a blender plus samples of Liverpool Football Commentary to spice things up, which makes a nice change from a lot of DJ's who like to stick to only playing nothing but trendy sub-genre of the moment.

Such a shame he died before I became a DJ/Producer and really got into music seriously, I would have loved his radio show back in the day!
VinylKnights

VinylKnights

May 21, 2016
My copy includes a 32-page 'fabric CD series 2001-2002' booklet with release history and label info (as well as the usual 4 page booklet with track info obviously)
jonnyh179

jonnyh179

February 4, 2012

RIP John Peel - LEGEND OF THE AIRWAVES.
Irishpob

Irishpob

September 10, 2008
This isn't really a "mix" in the traditional sense, as all the other Fabric releases are, more of a collection of tunes that influenced Peel over the years, along with some material that he was interested in at the time. That is what makes it so appealing.

The great man once admitted he couldn't mix two records to save his life, but this compilation holds that special appeal that his radio show had. It lumps a whole load of different genres together and holds your attention for the duration, no matter what your musical taste. Brilliant.
behemoth

behemoth

December 7, 2002

Now this really is something special. 100% unique. This is Mr Peel's first ever compilation/mix CD, which is interesting considering that he is 63 years old. I don't know about anyone else, but my copy comes in an embossed metal tin encased in a cardboard sleeve, which makes it even more essential than it already is. And if, like me, you are a Liverpool supporter, this will be extra special due to the Liverpool commentary he sneaks in. John Peel is a national treasure, there's no doubt about it.