he's a poet and dont he know it! John Cooper Clarke :
he's a poet and dont he know it! John Cooper Clarke :


JOHN COOPER CLARKE
JOHNNY GREEN
Northcote Social Club
Melbourne
April 3rd 2012
live review

John Cooper Clarke : Melbourne : live review
John Cooper Clarke : Melbourne : live review
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John took to the stage at 9:40 pm, with the classic “Guest List” poem. The sell out crowd lapped it up.
Before flying into “Hire Car” his famous one line anecdotes punched into every soul in there.
He then moved on to the classic “Things Are Gonna Get Worse” and “Rotten Here In Jail”.
There was one persistent heckler, who crossed the line and was promptly shot down in flames by Johnny Clarke.
He then moved onto the moving Beasley Street, before doing the amazing reworked version entitled; “Beasley Boulevard”

John Cooper Clarke – Rotten Here In Jail @ Northcote Social Club, Northcote (4th Apr 2012) from Carbie Warbie on Vimeo.

The venue, Northcote Social Club in Melbourne, was ready made for Clarkey, and with the electric atmosphere he closed the show with the classic “Evidently Chickhentown” before going back to give the punters one more classic “I’ve Fallen In Love With My Wife”

John Cooper Clarke – I’ve Fallen In Love With My Wife @ Northcote Social Club, Northcote (4th Apr 2012) from Carbie Warbie on Vimeo.

The The gig was a sellout and could have quite easily sold out the next night as well. A special mention to Johnny Green who stories about The Clash are always amazing.

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