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Music From Jarvis Cockers Sunday Service Vinyl LP 2019

Original price £33.99 - Original price £33.99
Original price
£33.99
£33.99 - £33.99
Current price £33.99
Cat no. XXQLP2059
Tracklist:

1. Invasion Muzak - John Baker
2. Snowed In - Tim Rose
3. Crazy in Love - Antony & The Johnsons
4. The Interrogative Mood - Jarvis Cocker & David Cunningham
5. Cars - The Katzenjammers
6. Won't That Be a Happy Time - Joseph & Louise Spence
7. Peter and John - Andrew Wartts & The Gospel Storytellers
8. Don't Wait Too Long - Bob Welch
9. Cold Rain - Alternative TV
10. Day Glo - Serafina Steer
11. After the Gold Rush - The King's Singers
12. Rock Intro - Miranda July
13. It's a Quiet Thing - Morgana King
14. Baltimore - Nina Simone
15. Waters of March - Art Garfunkel
16. The Whole World's Got the Eyes On You - The Legendary Tigerman
17. The Single - Cabaret Voltaire
18. December - David Cain & Derek Bowskill
19. Little Person - Deanna Storey & John Brion
20. Old Molly Metcalfe - Jake Thackray
21. Gymnopédie No. 3 - The Camarata Contemporary Chamber Group
22. Corale/Thoughts On Religion - The Phoenix Foundation & Christopher Hitchens
23. True Love Will Find You in the End - Headless Heroes

A musical institution. A religious experience. A student tutorial. A difficult commute from Paris. These are all things that could be said about Jarvis Cocker's much-missed Sunday Service radio show, BBC 6music's seven-year gift of gentle musical heroism to their weekend listenership. Jarvis now brings together for Ace Records an eclectic and exciting mix of the records and the features that made the show the unique experience it was. From listener suggestions that became personal favourites such as Nina Simone's Baltimore, unusual cover versions like Antony & the Johnsons stunning performance of Beyoncé's Crazy In Love, and the Katzenjammers rendition of Gary Numan's Cars as played on steel drums; a record so irresistible, it remains the only time Jarvis has ever felt compelled enough to ask another DJ what they were playing. We revisit the Radiophonic Workshop bed that made the intro to each show and a special reading from Padgett Powell's The Interrogative Mood, read live on the show by Jarvis and accompanied by David Cunningham from the Flying Lizards on kalimba. And if you listen very carefully between tracks, you may even hear a hidden jingle or two. Brought together on heavyweight 180g double vinyl and CD digipak (each featuring different covers, as designed by Julian House) and with full accompanying sleevenotes by Jarvis, it's a keepsake of the show you can thankfully hold onto for any and every Sunday.