Well, it seems that you like Be-Bop Deluxe out there in Blogland. Impeccable taste, one and all. I've got a bunch of Be-Bop Stuff ready to post, most of it's already out there, but scattered all over the place. My plan is to bring it all together here. Yep, I guess you could call me a modern day saint...
The first one is this incredible recording from 1973. it's from John Peel's legendary 'Top Gear' show and features three tracks, two of which were never commercially released. Sound quality is surprisingly good for such an ancient tape and I've left in John Peels intros and outros to add a certain early 70's vibe.
We seem to be seeing a bit of a revival in interest in Mr Nelson's work. My advice is to download this and all the subsequent posts, grab the CD's (all available and cheap), get the BN stuff (lots available At Significant Hangouts) and sit back and say, 'I was there first'.
(I've pitch corrected this a little...it may not be bang on, but it's a lot closer than the original file I recieved)
Thanks as ever to the original uploader.
Be Bop Deluxe: Top Gear 09 1973
01 John Peel Intro
02 Axe Victim
03 John Peel Intro
04 Bluesy Susie
05 John Peel Intro
06 Tomorrow The World
07 John Peel Outro