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From the Pulp Wiki:

 

"This is the earliest concert for which a recording is definitely known to exist. Unfortunately, however, it is not in circulation."

 

http://www.pulpwiki.net/Pulp/Live16January1982BathUniversity

 

What exactly does this mean? Why is the recording "not in circulation"? Hoarding bootleg collectors, or is the only known recording in the hands of an ex band member?

 

I'm sure this has been covered quite recently, but out of interest, what is the earliest known live gig recording which IS is circulation?



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According to Pulpwiki the earliest show in circulation is 29th December 1984. I'm sure that the show has been posted on here, maybe in the request a bootleg thread but I just can't find it at the moment to stick a link in.

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the only copy is probably underneath Jarvis' bed!

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calumlynn wrote:

 or is the only known recording in the hands of an ex band member?


That's what I've always thought. They obviously know the "value" of the recording so won't share it with anyone. It is annoying but I dare say I'd do the same thing...

 




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It's one of the ones Wayne Furniss has. He let me hear all his tapes when I interviewed him in 1997 but wasn't willing to copy them. I don't think it was anything to do with 'hoarding' - probably more that he didn't want to see them bootlegged. Presumably Jarvis wouldn't be happy to see something like this in circulation, so perhaps Wayne felt there would be something disloyal about copying them for people without his knowledge / permission.

On the other hand, 'I Scrubbed the Crabs that Killed Sheffield' from this show somehow made it to the BBC for the 1998 Radio 1 Pulp doc, so there's possibly another copy out there somewhere.

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Sturdy wrote:

On the other hand, 'I Scrubbed the Crabs that Killed Sheffield' from this show somehow made it to the BBC for the 1998 Radio 1 Pulp doc, so there's possibly another copy out there somewhere.


 You would think that Jarvis probably has a copy, even if it is a dub from Furniss. I suspect that might be where the BBC doc got Crabs from.



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I'm interested in hearing some of the recordings from this? apparently 3 songs are out there does anyone have them please??



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