Saturday Jukebox

A belated holiday gift from the fine folks in Pulp — check out Jarvis & co.’s first new studio output in 10 years, produced by DFA’s head aging hipster (and ex-LCD Soundsystem mastermind) James Murphy:

Bonus: Cocker’s classic cozy classwar anthem, live at Reading 2011:

Post ‘em if ya got ‘em, kids — remember: direct URLs only, mgt will embedden.

7 comments to Saturday Jukebox

  • matttbastard

    Full Reading 2011 performance (strictly for the hardcore):

    Setlist:
    Do You Remember the First Time?
    Joyriders
    Mis-Shapes
    Pencil Skirt
    Something Changed
    Disco 2000
    Sorted For E’s & Wizz
    F.E.E.L.I.N.G.C.A.L.L.E.D.L.O.V.E.
    I Spy
    Babies
    Underwear
    This Is Hardcore
    Sunrise
    Bar Italia
    Common People

  • From an interview by The Nervous Breakbrown with Jim Dandy this year, who is country dumb indeed.

    – David Lee Roth gives you lots of credit for inspiring his stage show.

    He always gave me credit. He didn’t steal anything from me. It ain’t about us. I think we take ourselves too seriously sometimes.

    – John Lennon?

    Lennon put his hand on my shoulder one time and said, “Hey, can we talk in private?” He told me I was ahead of my time. Not so much in music, but in my words. They interrogated me once after Lennon was shot because of some of the things I said in Chicago. Seven and a half hours in a little room with no water. Told me if I didn’t quit talkin’ between songs I might not be alive. I just tried to do like Ray Charles said and stay country dumb. But I’m a natural born agitator–live and die.

    – Natural Born Agitator would make a great record title.

    Waylon used to tell me, “They don’t know what to think about you, hoss. Keep it that way.” I guess our stupid enthusiasm was contagious — longhaired country boys, smoking weed and talkin’ ‘bout karma….

  • Your first link is blank for me Mattt.

    But now some music – and this close to New Year’s how about some of this?

  • nymole

    New Year’s Eve’s near? So Stop Making Sense…

    Time for Talking Heads’ final number “Cross Eyed and Painless

  • And when the year winds down…Let Him Roll.
    – by Guy Clark via Townes Van Zandt II

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