Please do not read the lyrics whilst listening to the recordings

Desde el viernes pasado redescubrí Pulp, hace tiempo me gustaban mucho un par de canciones, las demas las sentía lejanas y frias, pero volví a escuchar algunas canciones que están en el Dalet. Quizás Pulp no sea Coldplay o Radiohead, pero las situaciones normales y comunes y corrientes que explora Jarvis Cocker (vocalista y compisitor) hacen que sus canciones sean realmente buenas, explora todos los angulos de esa normalidad. Me gusta. Y al respecto de el proceso creativo, explica en una entrevista algo que creo que no solo se aplica a su musica, sino a la música en general:

Jarvis explained to me why this caption has appeared on every Pulp album in issue 32 of Pulp People, when we were talking about the process of making a record:

Jarvis: “The ways in which you get to a final destination are really quite irrelevant; the important thing is when somebody puts something on the record player, what effect it has on them, and sometimes, actually knowing how something was done, can undermine that. I’ve always had that feeling, that’s kind of partly the reason for that thing that I always put on the lyric sheet, the ‘Don’t read the words whilst listening to the record’, because to me that makes it seem forced and the words are really kind of shoe horned into place”

PP: Even though people do it anyway?

Jarvis: “I know, they’re so naughty.”

1 Comment Please do not read the lyrics whilst listening to the recordings

  1. jts

    ahhh pulp, uno de mis grupos favoritos, sus videos son dificiles de conseguir, al igual que sus rolas en vivo, pero es una buena banda…

    y les hicieron un tributo bastante bueno de una rola de ellos….

    saludos

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