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A compilation of 3 Peel Sessions showcasing the musical palettes of A Guy Called Gerald. Gerald's first Peel Session was on 30/10/1988 when he recorded Emotions Electric, Time Waits For No Man and Rockin Ricki The second was on 6/8/1989 and came out with Johnny Roadhouse, Satisfaction (vocals by Nicola Collier vocalist on Voodoo Ray) and Bruford. The final session on 1/6/1995 gives us some fine jungle Amabruku, Time Labyrinth,
32B1 and I124Q.

Time Waits For No Man and Rockin Ricki composed by Gerald Simpson/Thorpe/Akinola, Emotions Electric by Simpson/Thorpe and vocals by Paulette Blake recorded 30/10/1988. Tracks Johnny Roadhouse, Satisfaction, Bruford recorded 6/8/1989 composed by Simpson, Vocals by Edward Barton/Nicola Collier. Amabruku, Time Labyrinth, 32B1 and I124Q recorded
1/6/1995 composed by Simpson. Amabruku Vocal by David Simpson.

"The Peel Sessions are the stuff of legend. They broke all the rules and engaged the listener with rough and ready mixes of some of the world's most weird, wonderful and wired bands. There was a mythology to Peel Sessions:
musicians went into the studio to record their three or four track session, only to emerge a few hours later blinking and dazed, having made a helluva racket that would go down in history as the making of the band." BBC Radio 1 Website - Peel Sessions

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The John Peel Sessions

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