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THE COMPLETE JOHN PEEL SESSIONS

by The Cravats

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Erasmus Windage Time is a great thing. Sometimes forgetting can be good so that you can listen to this and think wow that is good. I had forgotten how well the BBC produced the sessions. The version of There is no international rescue on this LP is magnificent. I have always wondered why the Cravats didn't get more recognition for what a marvellous and ground breaking band they were (and still are) Favorite track: There Is No International Rescue.
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Welcome 02:10
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Live For Now 01:03
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Precinct 02:26
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Still 02:11
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In Your Eyes 02:21
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Triplex Zone 02:51
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Terminus 03:05
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Ice Cubists 01:58
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Firemen 04:21
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Rub Me Out 04:25
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The Station 03:56
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All Four John Peel sessions released by a Cravats fan (no label is credited) as a limited edition double album of 300 copies.

All tracks taken from the original Maida Vale tapes so the sound quality is exceptional.

Overground Records have managed to acquire a few copies of the 300 and you can buy this unique double album here:

overgroundrecords.co.uk/product/the-cravats-the-complete-john-peel-sessions-2xlp/.

credits

released July 6, 2021

Rob Dallaway (Guitar, Vocals, Piano, Wasp, Found Sounds)
Svor Naan (Saxophone, Other Bits)
The Shend (Bass, Vocals)
Dave Bennett (Drums, Vocals)

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The Cravats Brighton, UK

Formed in Redditch, Worcestershire in 1977 . . . Bah, the band's history is well documented elsewhere on the internet if you want to know more . . . we're still here.

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