Thursday, May 11, 2006

Lily's gems: Jarvis, oh Jarvis... we SO love you

Absolutely one of my most favourite Pulp songs.

Lily: thanks for this. youtube is awesome.

10 comments:

patrische said...

That clip is obviously available on the very first (10 years of) Later with Jools DVD.

(Although unlike that one it is badly cropped from 4:3 to 16:9 on the DVD - JC's head goes missing! (Video-geek fact - sorry!)

patrische said...

PS. Good point Lisa - JS has the 'fingers' too, doesn't he?!

Lisa Rullsenberg said...

JS???

Sorry, brain a bit tired...

Lisa Rullsenberg said...

PS re the Jools DVD... and that is EXACTLY why I haven't bought it.

Cropping... picture ratio... GRRRRR...

Not a geek fact but a really REALLY annoying feature of too many DVD releases.

(Only severe withdrawal symptoms as a fellow Willow fan could persuade our pal George to swallow his frustration and buy up seasons between 4-6 of Buffy where they make the same hideous error of production)

AnnaWaits said...

YouTube is absolutely wonderful, isn't it? There's a great bit of Noel Fielding standup here. I'm just creating a Boosh buzz, as you can tell, before I actually get round to blogging it...

patrische said...

Sorry I meant JC.

Gosh, a female aspect-ratio geek! Most uncommon!

I was sent a review copy when it came out about three years ago - I never got round to slating it - should have done.

I have the original on VHS somewhere - 4:3 DVD due in 2012....!

Did you see the conflated L.I.V.E/Park DVD? Efficient enough..

Lisa Rullsenberg said...

Ha ha. I like being uncommon (not for nothing did I take pride in doing the Geek test.

And I have both the feelingcalledlive and Pulp in the Park concerts (but sadly on video still). In terms of DVD I think one of my most oft-viewed bits of Pulp material has to be the visually stunning promo for This is Hardcore. Shudder. Just awesome...

patrische said...

Which geek test is that?

Where is the TIH promo available on DVD?!

Lisa Rullsenberg said...

Patrische, the vid for TIH is on the DVD Anthology that came out at the same time as the CD collection of 'hits' (loosest term).

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00006LSI4/qid=1147777680/sr=1-9/ref=sr_1_11_9/026-2075899-6209257

patrische said...

How stupid of me - I completely forgot about that - have even got on my video iPod - duh!