BBC Four showed Pulp’s Glastonbury set from 1995 tonight. I remember watching it on TV fifteen years ago so vividly, it was a strange and amazing experience to see it all again. Here’s the final song from their set, Common People, which at the time had just gone to number two in the singles chart. The little speech Jarvis gave at the beginning of this video making a big impression on me as an impressionable teenager and I’ve never forgotten it.
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