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Had a tape of this at the time, but no longer have a cassette deck, and if memory serves that one suffered from too many trips out in the Walkman.

So I'm here begging, if anyone has a lossless copy of the session, or just the unreleased Your Sister's Clothes and She's a Lady, I would be eternally grateful, and of course more than happy to trade for anything else from my collection.

Big thanks in advance, for any help with this one!



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I have got this but only as MP3s not lossless, I'm happy to share those if you are interested

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Thank you - I'll take you up on that, if nobody has WAV, FLAC, or similar.

I think this session was on a bootleg CD, but I missed that.



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I have 3 different sources, one of them has the best versions of Your Sister's Clothes and She's A Lady. All three sources are mp3 though.

I would have loved for the 2cd Peel Sessions to have been a BBC Sessions instead, with the Goodier, Radcliffe and two Hit The North sessions in perfect soundquality...

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No problem I will get it uploaded as soon as I can


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Goodier Pink Glove and Shes A Lady are virtually perfect

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https://www.dropbox.com/sh/135h3nazjmmpi2n/AACja5BDTiNLGMKVJUabBId6a?dl=0



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Goodier Pink Glove?
Eh?

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Jason wrote:

Goodier Pink Glove?
Eh?


 i think he means from peel



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Indeed my wires got crossed. Your sister's clothes was what I meant

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Wait a minute - wasn't the recording of Live On as it appears on HnH Delxue taken from a cassette copy? It's clear that the 6Music rebroadcast is from the original source, albeit with radio compression. Could it just not be located at the time? Sounds great to me.

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PaulTMA wrote:

Wait a minute - wasn't the recording of Live On as it appears on HnH Delxue taken from a cassette copy? It's clear that the 6Music rebroadcast is from the original source, albeit with radio compression. Could it just not be located at the time? Sounds great to me.


 Well I mean how else to recordings from the radio make it on to the album, do they just record it in the session and then they put it on the album?

Also yea I have another version of the same live on recording that sounds more like it was taken from a cassette  



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So apparently HisnHers is 25 this weekend! Fittingly, on my first ever trip to Paris currently and as I used the metro for the first time last night the opening words of Acrylic Afternoons went through my head. Imagine my pleasant surprise to see that the little rabbit sticker warning of fingers being trapped in the metro doors are still there all this time later! Live On indeed...and roll on the superdeluxe edition to mop-up the missing demos from '92/93...

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Its frightening how quickly in life these songs are aging. Different class songs (well some of them ie Common People, I Spy to name a few) sound as fresh today as they were when released

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Interesting new retrospective here of the album from the NME, bless 'em, they still champion Pulp every time...

https://www.nme.com/blogs/nme-blogs/25-years-of-his-and-hers-pulp-2479069?fbclid=IwAR2m7gRRguS7RgBbyQtjRoj12Iy0dTmf70i_joDOje4ogpWZ9hiOjdEo1FQ#rdHJi2Hz0BHVk4VK.99



-- Edited by Eamonn on Saturday 20th of April 2019 07:48:34 PM

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Eamonn wrote:

Interesting new retrospective here of the album from the NME, bless 'em, they still champion Pulp every time...

https://www.nme.com/blogs/nme-blogs/25-years-of-his-and-hers-pulp-2479069?fbclid=IwAR2m7gRRguS7RgBbyQtjRoj12Iy0dTmf70i_joDOje4ogpWZ9hiOjdEo1FQ#rdHJi2Hz0BHVk4VK.99



-- Edited by Eamonn on Saturday 20th of April 2019 07:48:34 PM


 That was a nice read, thanks for sharing!



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Ian wrote:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/135h3nazjmmpi2n/AACja5BDTiNLGMKVJUabBId6a?dl=0


Thank you!  Would still love a lossless version though, if anyone has it. 



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Freek wrote:

I have 3 different sources, one of them has the best versions of Your Sister's Clothes and She's A Lady. All three sources are mp3 though.

I would have loved for the 2cd Peel Sessions to have been a BBC Sessions instead, with the Goodier, Radcliffe and two Hit The North sessions in perfect soundquality...


 I still dream of this - with a Blu-ray disc stuffed with TV appearances.

 



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Would be nice to have those other sessions in decent quality.
My copies are perfectly listenable but those original mw broadcasts are a bit poor.
Have any of these live sessions ever been repeated?
I think not, shame.

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Theory here Jason.

Years ago, wasnt there an old tv broadcast tape available to buy from a television broadcaster (granada, LWT etc) from a Town and Country gig? Possibly Party Clowns? Well if these kind of recordings DO exist within TV studios, then surely there will be a similar thing for radio stations? I know that when I worked on a few stations - all our output had to be recorded for OFCOM purposes. This would mean that there WOULD have been recordings stored, and not only this they would have been catagorised too just like the Peel session re runs prove.

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It's the two Hit The North sessions that need a serious upgrade in my opinion. They're both simply brilliant and extensive but the air checks we have a very wobbly, at least mine are. MW was never a very good broadcast wavelength.

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Hit the North wasn't very well archived by the Beeb for some reason. There's famously a very early Oasis session that's lost. However the band do have good quality copies of both sessions. Would be great to hear them some day.

Never noticed Live On from the His'n'Hers deluxe sounding like an off-air copy. Will have to check that!



-- Edited by Sturdy on Tuesday 23rd of April 2019 06:43:30 PM

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Sturdy wrote:

Hit the North wasn't very well archived by the Beeb for some reason. There's famously a very early Oasis session that's lost. However the band do have good quality copies of both sessions. Would be great to hear them some day.

Never noticed Live On from the His'n'Hers deluxe sounding like an off-air copy. Will have to check that!



-- Edited by Sturdy on Tuesday 23rd of April 2019 06:43:30 PM


 Obviously, I'm of the opinion that these radio sessions should be exploited commercially. Bands that are much more obscure or niche have every last scrap released but for some reason there has been very little exploitation of the Pulp back catalogue since the deluxe editions. Is it the band or is it the label? Is it simply a case of laziness? Whatever it is, it's a crying shame that there isn't a comprehensive set of radio sessions out there. When one considers something like the 21 set from Blur it saddens me that these things don't exist for Pulp. Crikey, have you seen those super deluxe Suede boxsets? There's very little on those, especially Dog Man Star, that justifies their release. At least the Pulp radio sessions are extremely worthwhile and mostly unheard outside of pretty extreme fan circles.



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I think it's mainly Universal being dickheads. Around the time of the reunion, there was talk of some more extensive reissues (incl a more comprehensive BBC set), the band were up for it, but Universal wanted it to centre more around Different Class, that being the biggest selling album. When someone pointed out there's actually very little in the vault from that period, the whole thing eventually fell by the wayside.

Jarvis's inclination is part of it too i think - he's always had a preference for working on new stuff rather than looking back, so even when he's cooperating with retrospective projects he's not likely to be the one to push them forward. 



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Sturdy wrote:

I think it's mainly Universal being dickheads. Around the time of the reunion, there was talk of some more extensive reissues (incl a more comprehensive BBC set), the band were up for it, but Universal wanted it to centre more around Different Class, that being the biggest selling album. When someone pointed out there's actually very little in the vault from that period, the whole thing eventually fell by the wayside.

Jarvis's inclination is part of it too i think - he's always had a preference for working on new stuff rather than looking back, so even when he's cooperating with retrospective projects he's not likely to be the one to push them forward. 



-- Edited by Sturdy on Tuesday 23rd of April 2019 08:26:19 PM


 Yess dude, Jarvis doesn't know how much people love his old songs, I think it has to do with him being all like, "yeaa our old albums were failures, (which to me they aren't) lets focus on our new stuff" which is still really really amazing, but it would be great to hear his old songs live



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