Pulp setlist for London Scala, 18 April 2002:

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The concert was held to pay tribute to Scott Piering, a much respected music publicist who died from cancer in 2000, with all funds raised from the night going to cancer charities. The concert featured performances from Embrace, Stereophonics, Richard Ashcroft, Placebo, Badly Drawn Boy and McAlmont & Butler.

Live recordings of Babies and Sunrise feature on the LP '4 Scott' available on V2 records.

Speaking about Scott to nme.com, Jarvis said: "Scott Piering was the guy that took us on when nobody was interested in us at all. Because he was independent and chose what he wanted to work on, he worked really hard for us. The most extreme example of his behaviour was on one of our singles, 'Razzmatazz'. He went to Radio 1 with 'Pulp' shaved into the back of his head. That's a bit beyond the call of duty!"

Below: Richard Ashcroft, Jarvis and Kelly Jones on the roof of the Scala

Below: Jarvis on stage at the Scala