Jarvis: Miscellaneous Musical Projects

This page lists various, generally obscure, projects Jarvis' has been involved in over the years, for which unreleased recorded material exists. If recordings have been released, then details are included on the side projects discography page instead.

Saskia Cocker Solo Session (February or March 1984)

Tracks recorded:
When I Cry, You Cry (1) / I'm Thru With Love (2)

(1) Written by Saskia Cocker, Jarvis Cocker and Simon Hinkler
(2) Music by Matt Malneck and Fred Livingston, lyrics by Gus Kahn

Saskia Cocker: Lead vocals
Jarvis Cocker: Hopf Semi-Acoustic Guitar
Simon Hinkler: Bass on (1), guitar on (2)
David Hinkler: Piano, trombone
Magnus Doyle: Drums
Tony Perrin: Bass on (2)

Produced by Simon Hinkler, unknown studio in London (possibly Ideal Sound Recorders, Finsbury Park), February or March 1984

200% And Bloody Thirsty (early 1988)

Jarvis wrote and recorded the song 200% And Bloody Thirsty with John Avery of Hula for a play of the same name by the Forced Entertainment theatre group. It was never used.

Recorded by John Avery, Forge Studios, Sheffield (early 1988)

  • Lyrics: Jarvis Cocker
  • Music: John Avery
  • Jarvis Cocker: Vocals
  • John Avery: Acoustic guitar, bass guitar, piano, drum programming

Paul Mills Session (circa September 1988)

Jarvis recorded two tracks with Paul Mills shortly before leaving to study in London around September 1988.

Tracks recorded:
Soundtrack to ‘The New Professionals’ / Solar Flare

Recorded at home by Paul Mills, Sheffield (circa September 1988)

  • Written by: Paul Mills and Jarvis Cocker
  • Jarvis Cocker: Keyboards, programming
  • Paul Mills: Guitar, programming

Both tracks can be heard on Paul Mills' Soundcloud: Theme from The New Professionals / Solar Flare / Untitled

Miuccia Prada (September 1996)

Jarvis, Steve Mackey and Anthony Genn produced this instrumental piece to accompany a Damien Hirst installation which was exhibited in Italy in late 1996 and early 1997.

Recorded in London, September 21, 1996. Writing credits unknown.

Domestic Disco

An online project that Jarvis launched in the springtime 2020 during COVID-19 pandemic. It is a series of Instagram live broadcasts he perform every Saturday evening.

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