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The Peel Sessions (Can album)

The Peel Sessions
Can
Released November 1995
Recorded 1973-1975
Genre Experimental rock
Length 66:11
Label Strange Fruit
Can chronology

Anthology
(1994)
The Peel Sessions
(1995)
Sacrilege
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

The Peel Sessions is a compilation album by the German experimental rock band Can. Released in November 1995, it contains songs from four sessions recorded for John Peel's Radio 1 show. The sessions took place in February 1973 (track 1), January 1974 (track 4), October 1974 (tracks 2 & 3), and May 1975 (tracks 5 & 6).

Track listing

  1. Up The Bakerloo Line With Anne
  2. Return To BB City
  3. Tape Kebab
  4. Tony Wanna Go
  5. Geheim (Half Past One)
  6. Mighty Girl

Personnel

External links

  • CAN discography

References

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