Jarvis Cocker

Jarvis Cocker has been making music for two-thirds of his life. Two dozen of these years (1978-2002) were spent in Pulp, a group with whom he enjoyed most of the experiences you can have as the singer in a band. Over this time, Jarvis went from being the quintessential outsider to being one of the most recognised and cherished figures in popular culture. He brought a rare, bookish wit to the pop charts, and cut an original dash in a rock'n'roll world often dominated by reductive cliche.

Books by Jarvis Cocker

Sombrero Fallout

Published: December 2014

Reissued to mark the 30th Anniversary of Brautigan's death. Introduced by Jarvis Cocker.

Mother, Brother, Lover

Published: November 2012

A selection of sixty-six lyrics, presented with commentary and an introduction by the man himself.

Mother, Brother, Lover

Published: December 2011

A thirty-year tour into the life, art and preoccupations of one of the great British singer/songwriters of the late twentieth century.

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