Tuesday, 17 October 2006

Great Lost Moments In Advertising

The Observer got together Nick Cave, Jarvis Cocker, Beth Orton, Paul Morley, Anthony Genn and Antony Hegarty and asked them questions about the relevance of music, creativity and advertising. By far the best bit comes early on when Nick Cave is asked if he ever gets offered money to use his songs for selling stuff:
Often. There's a song called 'Red Right Hand', and a sanitary napkin company back in New Zealand wanted to use it, which was tempting ... but that was the closest I've ever come.

PS: Expecting blogging to be very light again this week. I've still got loads to do.

Bonus: Another pic from my gig:

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