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JARVIS COCKER

Jarvis Cocker

Good Pop, Bad Pop

    What if the things we keep hidden say more about us than those we put on display?

    We all have a random collection of the things that made us - photos, tickets, clothes, souvenirs, stuffed in a box, packed in a suitcase, crammed into a drawer. When Jarvis Cocker starts clearing out his loft, he finds a jumble of objects that catalogue his story and ask him some awkward questions: Who do you think you are? Are clothes important? Why are there so many pairs of broken glasses up here?

    From a Gold Star polycotton shirt to a pack of Wrigley's Extra, from his teenage attempts to write songs to the Sexy Laughs Fantastic Dirty Joke Book, this is the hard evidence of Jarvis's unique life, Pulp, 20th century pop culture, the good times and the mistakes he'd rather forget. And this accumulated debris of a lifetime reveals his creative process - writing and musicianship, performance and ambition, style and stagecraft.

    This is not a life story. It's a loft story.

    Jarvis Cocker

    Chansons D’ennui Tip-top

      Wes Anderson asked Jarvis Cocker to record a new version of “Aline” for his new film The French Dispatch. The French pop hit from 1965, “Aline” was originally performed and made famous by Christophe. The song appears in a critical scene in The French Dispatch, the character Tip Top appears on a poster in the café where the revolutionary youth of Paris congregate, while the song plays on the jukebox.

      Anderson and Cocker decided to collaborate on an entire album of French material from the same period, songs originally made notable by the likes of Françoise Hardy, Serge Gainsburg, Jacques Dutroc and others. And with this, the album named after Tip Top is here.

      TRACK LISTING

      Dans Ma Chambre
      Contact
      La Tendresse
      Looking For You
      Dutronc – Le Gent Sont Fous
      Il Pluet Sur La Gare
      Parole Paroles
      Requiem Por En Cos
      Mon Amis La Roase
      Mao Mao
      Elle Et Moi
      Aline

      Jarvis Cocker

      Jarvis - Reissue

        Jarvis Cocker’s 2006 self-titled debut ‘Jarvis’ and his second album ‘Further Complications’ are being reissued. Both albums have been out of print for several years. ‘Jarvis’ comes with a 7” featuring his rabblerousing classic single ‘Running The World’, which was the subject of a UK fan campaign to get it into the Christmas charts in the aftermath of the general election.

        TRACK LISTING

        The Loss Adjuster
        Don’t Let Him Waste Your Time
        Black Magic
        Heavy Weather
        I Will Kill Again
        Baby’s Coming To Get Me
        Fat Children
        From Auschwitz To Ipswich
        Disney Time
        Tonite
        The Loss Adjuster
        Big Julie
        Quantum Theory
        Running The World (one-sided 7”)

        Jarvis Cocker

        Jarvis - Black Friday 2020 Edition

          THIS IS A BLACK FRIDAY RELEASE AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY ON FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27TH FROM 6PM.
          LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.


          Debut solo album by Pulp vocalist and musician Jarvis Cocker, originally released in the UK on 13 November 2006. This album has been out of print for some time.

          Limited run. Pressed on split colour green vinyl, includes etched 7” of ‘C**ts Are Still Running The World’.

          Jarvis Cocker

          Further Complications - Black Friday 2020 Edition

            THIS IS A BLACK FRIDAY RELEASE AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY ON FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27TH FROM 6PM.
            LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.



            Further Complications is the second solo album by Jarvis Cocker, originally released in the UK on 18 May 2009. This album has been remastered for RSD.

            Limited run. Pressed on white vinyl – includes etched 12” of ‘You’re In My Eyes (Disco Song)’.

            Jarvis Cocker

            Further Complications - Reissue

              Jarvis Cocker’s 2006 self-titled debut ‘Jarvis’ and his second album ‘Further Complications’ are being reissued. Both albums have been out of print for several years. 2009’s ‘Further Complications’ is joined by a 12” featuring ‘You’re In My Eyes (Discosong)’

              TRACK LISTING

              Angela
              Pilchard
              Leftovers
              I Never Said I Was Deep
              Homewrecker!
              Hold Still
              Fuckingsong
              Caucasian Blues
              Slush
              You’re In My Eyes (Discosong) (one-sided 12”)

              Jarvis Cocker

              Further Complications

                A new album from Sheffield's finest is always greeted with a great deal of excitement here at Piccadilly, and even more so this time around, as he teams up with the legendary Steve Albini for this new album. "Further Complications" is rockier than his earlier solo work and his work with Pulp, which is maybe explained by Albini's presence, although the record also contains a few soul numbers such as "Leftovers".

                Jarvis Cocker

                Jarvis

                  It's what we've all been waiting for; Jarvis Cocker is back. Jarvis' first solo album follows on from his controversial online single "Running The World", which was first unleashed on the public via Myspace.com/jarvspace to coincide with the first anniversary of Live-8 – quite purposefully of course, and has since taken on a cult anthemic status all of its own. And you can all relax: it's the hidden track on the CD and the free 7-inch with the vinyl! But the good news is that it's not even the best song on this rich, deep, and a little bit dark, pop record. It's full of massive, is-this-a-cover? tunes with weird treatments and cool sounds. Richard Hawley plays, and you'd think some of these songs were co-writes, cos they're of a similar, melancholy, croonsome vibe, but with Jarvis's brilliant words on top. It's nearly all excellent and it's great to have him back!


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