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John Peel Archive & Classic Album Sundays on Audio Note UK with Jarvis Cocker

Pulp and Peel fans gather at the John Peel Centre for Creative Arts.
Pulp and Peel fans gather at the John Peel Centre for Creative Arts.
James from the John Peel Archive talks about one of the world’s most culturally significant record collections.
James from the John Peel Archive talks about one of the world’s most culturally significant record collections.
Jarvis, such a charmer!
Jarvis, such a charmer!
Jarvis discusses the influence John Peel had upon his life.
Jarvis discusses the influence John Peel had upon his life.
There were many laughs to be had in the company of Jarvis.
There were many laughs to be had in the company of Jarvis.
Jarvis explains his concept behind the album artwork.
Jarvis explains his concept behind the album artwork.
John Peel’s personal copy of ‘Different Class’ on an Audio Note UK turntable.
John Peel’s personal copy of ‘Different Class’ on an Audio Note UK turntable.
Quiet dancing in the glass box during the album replay.
Quiet dancing in the glass box during the album replay.
Happy listeners.
Happy listeners.
Jarvis answers questions from fans.
Jarvis answers questions from fans.
An experience the fans will always remember.
An experience the fans will always remember.
Jarvis, Colleen and Sheila Ravenscroft.
Jarvis, Colleen and Sheila Ravenscroft.

The John Peel Archive and Classic Album Sundays teamed up to present an immersive album experience that Pulp and Peel fans will forever remember. CAS founder Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy spoke with special guest Jarvis Cocker about John Peel’s influence, Pulp’s Peel sessions and their classic album ‘Different Class’. Then we got down to some serious listening as we played John Peel’s personal copy of the celebrated album on a world-class hi-fi courtesy of Audio Note UK. The evening at the John Peel Centre for Creative Arts concluded with a Q&A where Pulp fans got to ask Jarvis their own questions. What a night!

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