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Cocker, Jarvis Biography




biography of Cocker, Jarvis

19 September 1963, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England, UK
6' 2"


-   'Camille Bidault-Waddington' (13 July 2002 - 2009); 1 child


-   Singer with the band Pulp.

-   Famously protested against Michael Jackson's performance at the Brit awards in 1996, where he was ejected from the stage after he started dancing along with his set.

-   Married stylist fiancee Camille Bidault-Waddington in northern France on 13 July 2002.

-   His son, Albert, was born on March 24th 2003.

-   Todd Haynes wanted him to play the role of Jack Fairy in Velvet Goldmine, but he turned down the part, citing nervous exhaustion.

-   A fan of the music of 'Kate Bush' (qv).


-   Mark Sturdy. _Truth and Beauty: the Story of Pulp._ London: Omnibus, 2003. ISBN 0-7043-8167-2

-   Martin Aston. _Pulp._ London & Basingstoke: Pan, 1996. ISBN 0330347918


-   A Conservative government is necessary. There is no credible alternative. You can sense an era passing. In no way am I supporting or suggesting that a Conservative government is a good thing, far from it. Rather, what I intended to get across was in the absence of any real alternative a Conservative government at the moment unfortunately seems inevitable. (Speaking in 2009)

-   'Hawkwind' (qv) are one of those bands that people introduce you to because you don't see them on the covers of magazines. I'd heard Silver Machine but 'Russell Senior' (qv), who was in 'Pulp' (qv), got me into them. They had a song called Master Of The Universe and we nicked the title in 1985 for one of our songs. We used to attempt to play Hawkwind as well. A couple of years ago, when I was touring on my own, I did a cover of Silver Machine at the Roundhouse, it seemed to be a good idea to do it in the same place. I didn't see them until the Green Man festival last year and there was a real sense of occasion waiting for them to start. They really were one of the first bands to put electronics into rock. A lot of the time when bands do that it goes down the 'Tangerine Dream (II)' (qv) route, but Hawkwind have basic riffs with this mad whooshing stuff over the top. Silver Machine still sounds really modern with all the white noise. It's a bit punky in a way. They were ahead of their time.

-   One of the finest British bands of recent times. (On 'Roxy Music' (qv))


-   "Playboy" (USA), June 2009, Vol. 56, Iss. 6, pg. 19, by: n/a, "Fanfare For the Common Man"

-   "The Independent Magazine" (UK), 9 May 2009, pg. 16 - 21, by: Nick Duerden, "Jarvis Comes Clean"

-   "The Independent on Sunday" (UK), 17 December 2006, Iss. 873, pg. 59, by: Andrew Threlfall, "Credo: Jarvis Cocker"

-   "Mojo" (UK), December 2006, pg. 42-46, by: Ian Harrison, "The Mojo Interview"

-   "NME" (UK), 30 September 2006, pg. 22-23+25-26, by: Alex Needham, "'Never mix cider and red wine' ...And 15 other life lessons from Jarvis Cocker"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 22 July 2006, Vol. 330, Iss. 4294, pg. 138, by: Martin Aston, "One final Question: Jarvis Cocker"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 15 July 2006, Vol. 330, Iss. 4294, pg. 138, by: Martin Aston, "One final Question: Jarvis Cocker"

-   "Q" (UK), June 2006, Iss. 239, pg. 50-52+54, by: Miranda Sawyer, "'Scott is one of the great voices of America.'"

-   "The Independent Review" (UK), 23 October 2003, pg. 2-3, by: Glyn Brown, "Who the hell does he think he is?"

-   "Mojo" (UK), March 2002, Iss. 100, pg. 56-57, "'Respect!': Jarvis Cocker - Hero: John Peel"

-   "Q" (UK), November 2001, pg. 72-73+75-76, by: Steve Hobbs, "Whatever Happened To The Likely Lad?"

-   "The Big Issue" (UK), 8 October 2001, pg. 12-14, by: Tina Jackson, "Pastures New"

-   "NME" (UK), 2 May 2001, pg. 26-29, by: Ted Kessler, "Postcards from the Hedge"

-   "NME" (UK), 26 August 2000, pg. 46-47, by: Siobhan Grogan, "'There'll be flashing lights and some video stuff. And hopefully me singing in tune'"

-   "Melody Maker" (UK), 21 November 1998, pg. 22-23, by: Peter Robinson, "'Everything's back to normal'"

-   "NME" (UK), 28 March 1998, pg. 30-33, by: Stephen Dalton, "Talking Lewd"

-   "NME" (UK), 14 March 1998, pg. 31, "Labour's love lost"

-   "NME" (UK), 20 December 1997, pg. 63, "On the Couch: Jarvis Cocker"

-   "NME" (UK), 20 December 1997, pg. 37, "Stars on '97: Jarvis Cocker on Election Night"

-   "NME" (UK), 8 November 1997, pg. 36-39, by: Roger Morton, "New Dentures in Hi-Fi"

-   "NME" (UK), 17 August 1996, pg. 18-20+22, by: John Robinson, "Knickers! Cocker! Glory!"

-   "NME" (UK), 23 March 1996, pg. 7+50, by: Mark Beaumont, "'I have no regrets'"

-   "NME" (UK), 24 February 1996, pg. 16-17, by: Mark Sutherland, "My Teen Hair Horror"

-   "NME" (UK), 24 February 1996, pg. 32-33, by: Mark Sutherland, "Do You Remember the First-Class Time?"


-   "The New York Times" (USA), 1 August 2009, Vol. 158, Iss. 54,754, pg. C1 & C8, by: Ben Ratliff, "Caught Between Hard Rock and Midlife"

-   "The New York Times" (USA), 24 July 2008, Vol. 157, Iss. 54,381, pg. E5, by: Jon Pareles, "Portraits Sketched With Razor's Edge"

-   "The Independent Review" (UK), 21 October 2003, pg. 16, by: Kevin Harley, "It's Jarvis, but not as we know him"

-   "NME" (UK), 27 September 1997, pg. 3, "Pulp's 'Help the Aged' helps Help the Aged"

-   "NME" (UK), 23 March 1996, pg. 3, "Cops and Cocker"

-   "NME" (UK), 23 March 1996, pg. 6, by: Mark Beaumont, "The day of the Jacko (and the Jarvo) fans"

-   "NME" (UK), 2 March 1996, pg. 4-5, by: Steve Sutherland, "The Brits arse empire"

-   "NME" (UK), 2 March 1996, pg. 3, "Pulp Friction"

-   "NME" (UK), 2 March 1996, pg. 32-34, by: John Mulvey, John Perry, "Fiasco 2000"

-   "NME" (UK), 24 February 1996, pg. 12-13+50, by: Russell Senior, "It's a Manga's Manga's Manga's World: Pulp's Japanese Tour Diary"

-   "Mayfair" (U), 1995, Vol. 30, Iss. 12, pg. 61-62, by: staff, "Nice One Cocker!"


-   "The Independent Magazine" (UK), 9 May 2009

-   "NME" (UK), 30 September 2006

-   "The Independent Review" (UK), 23 October 2003

-   "The Big Issue" (UK), 8 October 2001

-   "NME" (UK), 2 May 2001

-   "Melody Maker" (UK), 21 November 1998

-   "NME" (UK), 17 August 1998

-   "NME" (UK), 28 March 1998

-   "NME" (UK), 8 November 1997

-   "NME" (UK), 8 February 1997

-   "NME" (UK), 17 August 1996

-   "NME" (UK), 2 March 1996

-   "NME" (UK), 24 February 1996

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Acting in movies

  1. David Bowie & the Story of Ziggy Stardust (2012) (TV)
  2. "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" (2009) {(#1.644)}
  3. "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" (2009) {(#1.646)}
  4. Most Shocking Talent Show Moments (2011) (TV)
  5. Burning Ice (2010)
  6. Lemmy (2010)
  7. Newsnight at 30 (2010) (TV)
  8. Shockwaves NME Awards (2010) (TV)
  9. The Beat Is the Law: Fanfare for the Common People (2010)
  10. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2010-04-30)}
  11. "Later with Jools Holland" (1992) {(#37.4)}
  12. "The South Bank Show" (1978) {2010 Awards}
  13. All the Young Dudes: Pop and Fashion (2009) (TV)
  14. Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)
  15. Glastonbury 2009 (2009) (TV)
  16. The Music Instinct (2009) (TV)
  17. Wakefield (2009)
  18. "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" (2009) {(#1.89)}
  19. "Queens of British Pop" (2009) {(#1.1)}
  20. "Question Time" (1979) {(2009-07-02)}
  21. "Late Review" (1994) {(2008-05-16)}
  22. "The Culture Show" (2004) {The Summer Exhibition: A Culture Show Special}
  23. Brit Awards 2007 (2007) (TV)
  24. ShockWaves NME Awards (2007) (TV)
  25. The Good Night (2007)
  26. The Old Grey Whistle Test Story (2007) (TV)
  27. The Old, Weird America: Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music (2007)
  28. "Imagine" (2003) {Scott Walker (#9.3)}
  29. "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) {(2007-04-27)}
  30. "Seven Ages of Rock" (2007) {What the World Is Waiting For: Indie Rock (#1.7)}
  31. "The Album Chart Show" (2006) {(#2.18)}
  32. "The Culture Show" (2004) {(#6.6)}
  33. Scott Walker: 30 Century Man (2006)
  34. "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" (2001) {(#11.15)}
  35. "Later with Jools Holland" (1992) {(#28.2)}
  36. "The Album Chart Show" (2006) {(#2.9)}
  37. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)
  38. Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man (2005)
  39. The Britpop Story (2005) (TV)
  40. "Favouritism" (2005) {Jarvis Cocker's TV Pop Rules! (#1.5)}
  41. 90's Rockers (2004) (V)
  42. Live Forever (2003)
  43. Five Ways John Wayne Didn't Die (2002)
  44. Pulp Anthology (2002) (V)
  45. "Stars in Their Eyes" (1990) {Popstars Special}
  46. Made in Sheffield (2001)
  47. Top of the Pops: The True Story (2001) (TV)
  48. "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" (2001) {(#1.7)}
  49. "Later with Jools Holland" (1992) {(#18.3)}
  50. "Liquid News" (2000) {(2001-09-27)}
  51. "Da Ali G Show" (2000) {Anita Roddick (#1.6)}
  52. "Da Ali G Show" (2000) {Neil Hamilton (#1.1)}
  53. Tripping (1999) (TV)
  54. "TFI Friday" (1996) {(1998-06-05)}
  55. Nobody Does It Better: The Music of James Bond (1997) (TV)
  56. "Sandra After Dark" (1996)
  57. "T in the Park" (1995) {(1996-07-17)}
  58. "The Girlie Show" (1996) {(#1.4)}
  59. "Talking 'X's" (1995)
  60. MTV Europe Music Awards 1995 (1995) (TV)
  61. "Mondo Rosso" (1995) {Freaks}
  62. "Shooting Stars" (1993) {(#1.2)}
  63. Momus Man of Letters (1994) (V)

Movies Directed

  1. Warp Vision: The Videos 1989-2004 (2004) (V) (videos "Testone", "Aftermath" and "On")

Misc

  1. Burning Ice (2010) (voyager)
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