Various ‎– John Peel's Archive Things

BBC Radio Enterprises ‎– REC 68M
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Mono



Subtitle from rear of sleeve, "unusual recordings from the BBC Archives"

A1 - Liverpool - Traditional children's rhyme
A2 - South Africa - Traditional dance by Zulus
A3 - Bali - Recorded at Ubud (I. Polunin)
A4 - Rumania - Traditional dance (Rumanian Radiotelevision)
A5 - Bali - Dance of bees (I. Polunin)
A6 - Ethiopia - Christian Orthodox Church (Jean Jenkins)
A7 - Uganda - Bugandan royal music (R.M. Stanley)
A8 - Ethiopia - Sidamo tribe (Jean Jenkins)
A9 - Hong Kong - Traditional song, sung in Cantonese
A10 - New Guinea - Jews Harp, Arisili Village (R. Maclennan)
A11 - Nigeria - St Judes Anglican Church Choir (A.T. Ola Olude)
A12 - Czechoslovakia - Traditional dance from Slovakia (Czechoslovakia Radio)
A13 - Tibet - Monks of Kume Tarsang Monastery (P. Crossley-Holland)
A14 - Austria (P. Plumb)
B1 - Australia - Aboriginal Children from Roebourne, N.W. Australia (J.N. Hutchinson)
B2 - Ceylon - (Ceylon Broadcasting Corporation)
B3 - Malaysia - Pensol players (I. Polunin)
B4 - Rumania - Traditional dance (Rumanian Radiotelevision)
B5 - Turkey - Traditional love song (J-C. Lubtchansky)
B6 - Georgia, USSR - Caucasian hymn (U.S.S.R. Radio)
B7 - South Africa - Played by a member of the Ndau tribe
B8 - Malaysia - Three girls splashing water called 'ketimum' or 'water splash music' (I. Polunin)
B9 - Malaysia - Semai Senoi tribe member (I. Polunin)
B10 - Baluchistan - Modern love song (Sylvia Matheson)
B11 - Germany - A student group who are members of the Johannischer Chor, Berlin.The leader is Siegfried Lehmann. (P. Plumb)
B12 - Vietnam - Recorded on the roof of a fifteen-storey building in Saigon (I. Polunin)
B13 - Azerbaijan - (U.S.S.R. Radio)
B14 - Hungary - (P. Plumb)

The names in brackets are those of the recordists or organisations who provided the original tapes.