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Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: JesusAndYourBush on June 02, 2004, 03:03:30 PM
I'm trying to get some info for someone about the "use of the word fuck" piece, the text of which can be seen here (http://www.sigg3.net/myself/fuck.html) and the audio in a flash movie here (http://oasi.upc.es/~kiusap/flash/fuck.swf).  Everyone on the net seems to think it's Monty Python but I've searched through Python discographies on sites and found nothing to support this, plus the voice doesn't sound like any of the Python team.  Does anyone have any ideas on know who it is?  It *could* be Python but I need evidence of this in a discography rather than just some site blindly following another and just saying it is.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Jemble Fred on June 02, 2004, 03:05:10 PM
Who says it's Python? Some American presumably?
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: mwude on June 02, 2004, 03:16:58 PM
I've seen it credited to Orson Welles before, probably on a version on slsk or maybe even by someone who put it on a thread on this site at some point.  It sounds a bit like someone doing a vague impression of Welles, but not a Python.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: JesusAndYourBush on June 02, 2004, 03:19:50 PM
I suspected it wasn't Python.  I'm trying to find out who it's by for someone cos they need to get copyright clearance for using part of it for something but don't know who to ask.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Big Jack McBastard on June 02, 2004, 05:05:59 PM
It was also credited to George Carlin.

Could be, but the recording(s) (Two different voices to my ear) sound nothing like Carlin. I don't think it was Python either, too sweary and simple for them.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Rev on June 02, 2004, 10:54:46 PM
I'd always thought that it was Carlin, probably just because the version I heard way back when had his name on it.  It doesn't really sound like him, but there's the affected authoritative tone to consider.  It might just have been mixed up with that '7 words you can't say on TV' thing, or whatever it was called, and pinned to him because he seemed about right.  Python makes no sense whatsoever, though.

'Usage of the word Fuck': it's the new 'Upyaws'.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: morgs on June 03, 2004, 12:19:11 PM
As far as I am aware the older sounding version id George Carlin while there is also a 'younger' sounding weedy voice which is Adam Sandler
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Detective John Kimble on June 07, 2004, 09:37:37 PM
The older version (Only one i've heard) always sounded like Rodney Dangerfield to me.  Pretty sure it isn't Carlin.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Elliot on June 08, 2004, 02:29:47 PM
Its Mr  Carling.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: a bald avuncular jew on June 08, 2004, 03:13:21 PM
Quote from: "Elliot"
Its Mr  Carling.


sigh...  Presumably you mean Mr Carlin, as in George Carlin.  If you're so certain that it's him then can you please let us know which album the routine is on?  It certainly isn't on any of the Carlin albums I own, and nor does it sound at all like him...

This is really one of my pet hates, why are comedy fans so terrified of acknowledging their bloody sources?  Is it because they want to be seen as all-knowing, all-seeing comedy encylopedias, or because they want us to believe that they are getting their knowledge direct from the source, instead of reading it off some website or out of a book?  If you are wanting to seem certain about something, then why not back it up by telling us how you know?

Here's some phrases you may want to consider using in future:  "I heard from...", "Apparently...", "I read in this book that...", "Some bloke on some website said that...", etc.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Elliot on June 08, 2004, 03:39:42 PM
Quote from: "Elliot"
Its Mr  Carling.


Changed to

I thought it was Mr Carling.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Elliot on June 08, 2004, 03:41:28 PM
Quote from: "Elliot"
Quote from: "Elliot"
Its Mr  Carling.


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I thought it was Mr Carling.



Jesus..... for a Comedy Chat forum your really not in a very funny mood are you?


And yes I know its Carlin...................yawn......
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: a bald avuncular jew on June 08, 2004, 03:51:33 PM
Quote from: "Elliot"
Quote from: "Elliot"
Quote from: "Elliot"
Its Mr  Carling.


Changed to

I thought it was Mr Carling.



Jesus..... for a Comedy Chat forum your really not in a very funny mood are you?


And yes I know its Carlin...................yawn......


Heat getting to you Elliot, or do you always talk to yourself ;)

Relax, I was more just using your post as a jumping off point to moan about an attitude that's fairly prevalent with internet comedy fans, wasn't singling you out in particular.
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Post by: Rev on June 08, 2004, 11:04:39 PM
The 'young' version, which I haven't heard, is apparently by Denis Leary.  I did think, for a moment, that this could be a way of back-tracing the thing - you know, maybe maybe it appears on an album with a credit to the original author or performer - but then I remembered that we're talking about Denis Leary.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Gavin on June 08, 2004, 11:07:13 PM
Quote from: "Elliot"
Its Mr  Carling.


It came out on the Black label.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: a bald avuncular jew on June 08, 2004, 11:14:55 PM
Quote from: "Rev"
The 'young' version, which I haven't heard, is apparently by Denis Leary.  I did think, for a moment, that this could be a way of back-tracing the thing - you know, maybe maybe it appears on an album with a credit to the original author or performer - but then I remembered that we're talking about Denis Leary.


I have seen it attributed to Leary too, but a cursory glance at his albums track listings show that it's not on there.  Plus, it doesn't remotely sound like him.  I think this was just done by some wag on the internet, and labelled with a load of famous comedians names in order to help it spread.  And wow, it surely worked, according to the internet it was recorded by Monty Python, Dennis Leary, Adam "fucking" Sandler, George Carlin, Orson Welles etc...  To be honest, it's not even particularly funny.  Carlin used some fake adverts on his albums, so it could possibly be written by him but there is not a shred of evidence to support this, it just seems likely because of his famous "Seven Dirty Words..." routine.

P.S. Dennis Leary had a go at Joe Walsh on his first album so may he die a lonely death, the beer-selling fuck.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Gavin on June 08, 2004, 11:34:27 PM
This is sometimes credited to Carlin as his The Seven Words You Can Never Say On TV bit which makes no sense as this is only about one work and that piece is about seven.
http://www.lyricsbox.com/george-carlin-lyrics-the-seven-words-you-can-never-say-on-tv-268qwb7.html
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Rev on June 08, 2004, 11:57:22 PM
Bah, Leary's another dead end, then?  As I said, I haven't heard the junior version, but it seemed to be pretty widely-accepted.  

Anyway, does anyone remember the animation that goes with 'Fuck the Elder' (as I'll be insisting on calling it from now on).  I can remember seeing it but no more than that; I'm pretty sure it was a hand-animated affair that appeared to come from an n-th generation tape, and seeing it on the internet was my first exposure to the recording.  Mentioning this is probably just muddying the water even more, isn't it?

Possibly interesting thing, though:  Black Label's site - http://www.georgecarlin.com has a list of things knocking about on the internet that have been wrongly attributed to him but there's no mention of this thing.  It doesn't seem to have been updated in ages, mind.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: The Region Legion on June 09, 2004, 02:16:25 AM
Incidentally, I saw Terry Gilliam in Soho a few days ago, talking to a few people who had clearly recognised him earlier and engaged him in conversation. Didn't really want to crowd the guy with 4 people (i was with someone else too) so kept walking.. but yeah.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Elliot on June 09, 2004, 06:03:30 AM
Quote from: "a bald avuncular jew"
Quote from: "Elliot"
Quote from: "Elliot"
Quote from: "Elliot"
Its Mr  Carling.


Changed to

I thought it was Mr Carling.



Jesus..... for a Comedy Chat forum your really not in a very funny mood are you?


And yes I know its Carlin...................yawn......


Heat getting to you Elliot, or do you always talk to yourself ;)

Relax, I was more just using your post as a jumping off point to moan about an attitude that's fairly prevalent with internet comedy fans, wasn't singling you out in particular.


Heat, Japan, a moaning boss and the wife.
Im relaxing now.

It was Dennis Leary's brother who worked for Monty Python when they supported George Carlin possibly.

Im an English instructor over here in Japan which means I speak English a bit, I like it because it allows us to use the fuck word in our lesson plans.

'Funny is in the ears and eyes of the holder '
Title: Re: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: jutl on June 09, 2004, 10:15:14 AM
Quote from: "JesusAndYourBush"
I'm trying to get some info for someone about the "use of the word fuck" piece, the text of which can be seen here (http://www.sigg3.net/myself/fuck.html) and the audio in a flash movie here (http://oasi.upc.es/~kiusap/flash/fuck.swf).  Everyone on the net seems to think it's Monty Python but I've searched through Python discographies on sites and found nothing to support this, plus the voice doesn't sound like any of the Python team.  Does anyone have any ideas on know who it is?  It *could* be Python but I need evidence of this in a discography rather than just some site blindly following another and just saying it is.


I've always hated it - it's just not funny unless you are slightly titillated by a voice of authority saying 'fuck'. Even if you are, it gets a little repetitive by the end. It's like the 'Uses of fuck in history' thing that desolately circles the internet via email, bringing hollow laughter to the soulless and ignorant ('Hahaha Hiroshima').

Also, (and I accept that this is not really the point) it's just wrong. 'Fuck' isn't an interesting word, or at least, it's not interesting for the reasons given. It's a word almost without meaning - in nearly all of those examples it's a punctuating word to indicate a style of expression, with no substantive meaning at all. You might just as well say that 'You know' is an interesting phrase because people will interpose it into almost any sentence to indicate that they need a little think before carrying on.
Title: Re: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Gavin on June 09, 2004, 10:29:48 AM
Quote from: "jutl"
Quote from: "JesusAndYourBush"
I'm trying to get some info for someone about the "use of the word fuck" piece, the text of which can be seen here (http://www.sigg3.net/myself/fuck.html) and the audio in a flash movie here (http://oasi.upc.es/~kiusap/flash/fuck.swf).  Everyone on the net seems to think it's Monty Python but I've searched through Python discographies on sites and found nothing to support this, plus the voice doesn't sound like any of the Python team.  Does anyone have any ideas on know who it is?  It *could* be Python but I need evidence of this in a discography rather than just some site blindly following another and just saying it is.


I've always hated it - it's just not funny unless you are slightly titillated by a voice of authority saying 'fuck'. Even if you are, it gets a little repetitive by the end. It's like the 'Uses of fuck in history' thing that desolately circles the internet via email, bringing hollow laughter to the soulless and ignorant ('Hahaha Hiroshima').

Also, (and I accept that this is not really the point) it's just wrong. 'Fuck' isn't an interesting word, or at least, it's not interesting for the reasons given. It's a word almost without meaning - in nearly all of those examples it's a punctuating word to indicate a style of expression, with no substantive meaning at all. You might just as well say that 'You know' is an interesting phrase because people will interpose it into almost any sentence to indicate that they need a little think before carrying on.


You know, this is exactly right.



Fuck.
Title: Re: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Dark Sky on June 09, 2004, 11:48:46 AM
I actually think that it IS interesting, because "fuck" IS the most versatile swear word that I can think of.

I've actually thought about all before, to tell you the sad, sad truth.

Don't think that article is particularly funny, however, but possibly because no-one farts in it or falls over.

Dark Sky :o)
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Elliot on June 09, 2004, 03:29:41 PM
Aimed and the   'Its just not funny .......waffle waffle"

Who are you to say whats funny and whats not funny?

'It doesnt make me laugh and I dont find it funny"  would sound much better and a little less like those art critcs from Viz.

(http://img20.photobucket.com/albums/v61/Elbow/mad.jpg)



The guys voice is very familiar but I just cant place it.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: a bald avuncular jew on June 09, 2004, 03:31:01 PM
Oh, IMHO for fucks IMHO sake.  IMHO.

I believe that this forum, helpfully named Comedy Chat, isn't just for asking people to reseed torrents for you.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: jutl on June 10, 2004, 08:05:33 AM
Quote from: "Elliot"
Aimed and the   'Its just not funny .......waffle waffle"

Who are you to say whats funny and whats not funny?

'It doesnt make me laugh and I dont find it funny"  would sound much better and a little less like those art critcs from Viz.

(http://img20.photobucket.com/albums/v61/Elbow/mad.jpg)


I wouldn't say 'mad', but certainly far too fucking touchy. Just in case there is any doubt, I was speaking for myself, not a critics circle or shadowy cabal of everyone except you. I'm glad you find it funny. Maybe it'll help you cheer up a bit.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Paaaaul on June 15, 2004, 01:25:03 PM
I've got a Flash video version of the track in question in my Soulseek shares, called Fuck , strangely. In the credits at the end, Monty Python are credited as doing it. I'm not saying that it is MP but it is strange that someone who went to such an effort to make a videofor the track didn't make any effort to find out who it was by.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: TJ on June 15, 2004, 01:29:08 PM
Quote from: "Paaaaul"
I've got a Flash video version of the track in question in my Soulseek shares, called Fuck , strangely. In the credits at the end, Monty Python are credited as doing it. I'm not saying that it is MP but it is strange that someone who went to such an effort to make a videofor the track didn't make any effort to find out who it was by.



Doesn't strike me as strange at all in Internetworld - I've seen Chris Morris clips passed off as all kinds, and vice versa. I sincerely doubt it's the Pythons, though.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Paaaaul on June 15, 2004, 01:35:50 PM
Quote from: "TJ"
Doesn't strike me as strange at all in Internetworld - I've seen Chris Morris clips passed off as all kinds, and vice versa. I sincerely doubt it's the Pythons, though.

Sorry TJ, I rote that baddly. The video was made by some internerd but the audio on it is credited to Monty Python
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Jemble Fred on June 15, 2004, 02:06:45 PM
Quote from: "Paaaaul"
I've got a Flash video version of the track in question in my Soulseek shares, called Fuck , strangely. In the credits at the end, Monty Python are credited as doing it. I'm not saying that it is MP but it is strange that someone who went to such an effort to make a videofor the track didn't make any effort to find out who it was by.


Saying it's by someone famous will make more people look at it. And then be really pissed off when it's perfectly obvious that it's not by the person it's credited to. It's generally done with particularly rubbish scraps of work like this. Beatles bootlegs are probably 50% miscredited shite.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Paaaaul on June 15, 2004, 02:27:38 PM
The only credit to Monty Python on it, is at the end of the video. It did not have Monty Python in the description at all. I only downloaded it due to it's relevance to this thread and I only watched it 'til the end to see if there was any credits/more information on it.
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Post by: TJ on June 15, 2004, 02:29:24 PM
Has anyone ever heard that supposed Syd's Pink Floyd outtake, 'Stanley The Simpleton'? It has fake written all over it - the lyrics aren't very Barrett at all, for a start - and yet people insist on believing that it's real. Meanwhile, some genuine unreleased tracks by the Barrett-era band continue to languish unheard in the vaults...
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Post by: alan strang on June 15, 2004, 03:15:40 PM
Quote from: "Jemble Fred"
Beatles bootlegs are probably 50% miscredited shite.


In the 70s, maybe (I presume you're refering to 'Cheese + Onions', 'LS Bumblebee' et al being used as filler on old vinyl bootlegs), but the Beatles bootlegs I've bought over the years (which amount to a great many hours of incredible listening) are always the genuine article. A factor helped by all those many many dubs of high-quality studio sessions leaking out of EMI in the 80s.

You'll sometimes get burned by a track called 'The Bus' (which just turns out to be a bit of mellotron incidental music dubbed from the Magical Mystery Tour film) or a 'White Album Sessions'  CD which mistakenly labels the performance of 'Yer Blues' from 'Rock N'Roll Circus' as an 'out-take', but that's about it.

Quote from: "TJ"
Has anyone ever heard that supposed Syd's Pink Floyd outtake, 'Stanley The Simpleton'? It has fake written all over it - the lyrics aren't very Barrett at all, for a start - and yet people insist on believing that it's real.


Not heard that. But I'm still frowning over Lucy Leave / King Bee!
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: TJ on June 15, 2004, 03:16:58 PM
Quote from: "alan strang"
Quote from: "TJ"
Has anyone ever heard that supposed Syd's Pink Floyd outtake, 'Stanley The Simpleton'? It has fake written all over it - the lyrics aren't very Barrett at all, for a start - and yet people insist on believing that it's real.


Not heard that. But I'm still frowning over Lucy Leave / King Bee!


Oh they're real alright - they've been authenticated by some bloke who was in The Pink Floyd Sound, who also named some other tracks they did in the same session.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: Jemble Fred on June 15, 2004, 03:21:16 PM
Aye, I'm referring mainly to KazAa-type downloads – you half expect it, but when something called BEATLES 1967 EXTREMELY RAIR!!!! turns out yet again to be ELO (or even Wet Wet Wet) it does get annoying. Luckily, there aren't really any worthwhile Beatlegs left for me to download... Not until Macca croaks and the floodgates re-open.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: TJ on June 15, 2004, 03:22:57 PM
Quote from: "Jemble Fred"
Aye, I'm referring mainly to KazAa-type downloads – you half expect it, but when something called BEATLES 1967 EXTREMELY RAIR!!!! turns out yet again to be ELO (or even Wet Wet Wet) it does get annoying. Luckily, there aren't really any worthwhile Beatlegs left for me to download... Not until Macca croaks and the floodgates re-open.



That's the sort of thing I was referring to - Boki's mixes relabelled and attributed to 'Chris Morris', for examle.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: alan strang on June 15, 2004, 04:10:01 PM
Quote from: "Jemble Fred"
Aye, I'm referring mainly to KazAa-type downloads ? you half expect it, but when something called BEATLES 1967 EXTREMELY RAIR!!!! turns out yet again to be ELO (or even Wet Wet Wet) it does get annoying.


Ah, I didn't consider file-sharing in the equation. All my boots were bought 'legitimately' (ahem) from people in Camden Town who kept one eye open for the police and Watchdog film crews ("Yes, here you see - 'The Rolling Stones Live 1998' - I don't think Mick Jagger would be very happy to see that on sale!")

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Luckily, there aren't really any worthwhile Beatlegs left for me to download... Not until Macca croaks and the floodgates re-open.


Have you got the Lennon/Macca/Stevie Wonder "fancy a snort and a toot" tape? If ever anyone needed proof that cocaine is bad for you, that's the one!

I had to stop buying those boots after a while as it got to the point where I was paying fifteen quid for a CD filled with stuff I already had, just to get one take of A Hard Day's Night which I hadn't heard. And then it would turn out to be a false start.
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Post by: mwude on March 11, 2005, 04:11:43 PM
Just in case anyone misses this thread (http://www.cookdandbombd.co.uk/forums/index.php?topic=7313) I'll copy & paste what I put there -

Don't worry it's not another tedious link to hear that same piece of audio again. I just saw it mentioned on here in another thread and it reminded me to dig out the following quote. I used some of it in some music & someone responded with this:

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...the now famous 'Uses of the Word Fuck' audio that has been so popular on the net for a decade or so - is none other than the late Jack Wagner, the official voice of Disneyland, WDW, Orlando Airport, etc.

I know this because I gave him the very first, poor audio quality version of this back in 1989 when we worked together on a D-Land project. He liked it so much, he re-recorded it - correcting the grammar, and then adding a few more examples and the Vivaldi BGM.

I got the very first version of this now famous audio (often miscredited as George Carlin or Monty Python). He was so proud of this, which always struck me as strange given his uptight employer. But if ANYONE ever had job security at Disneyland, it was Jack Wagner!


I think everyone with half a brain knew it wasn't by Monty Python or George Carlin, but it's interesting to know who was actually responsible for it. Well, interesting to me anyway.
Title: Usage Of The Word 'Fuck'
Post by: Voicedude on March 11, 2005, 08:01:41 PM
My friend mwude asked me to shed some light on this, so here it is. I am the friend he quotes above.

Now this isn't something I 'heard', or a 'friend of a friend' kind of thing, it was ME, Voicedude, actually involved here. The late Jack Wagner was the offical parkwide voice of the Disney theme parks until he died. He also did the voices of Mickey, Donald, Goofy, etc. - but ONLY for in house audio, not movies or recordings. As I said in your quote, I gave Jack the very first, poor audio quality version of this back in 1989 when we worked together on the Blast To The Past project. I have no idea who the original crappy version (that no one here has EVER heard) was by, but it wasn't anyone Jack or I could recognise - and we BOTH come from extensive radio backgrounds. Radio and other production guys like engineers are kind of geeks when it comes to collecting stuff like this. Back before file sharing on the internet, this stuff was passed around from 'geek-to-geek' with audio tapes - usually a copy of a copy of a copy, etc. so quality was usually pretty poor.

I was given THAT particlar tape by none other than guitarist Bobby Cochran (Eddie's nephew, who was also in Steppenwolf and other groups) who also liked to collect this stuff. The tape had other stuff on it like some old torch song called "Eveybody's Fucking But Me", whose singer we all tried to identify. In return Jack Wagner, a guy with a wonderful, twisted sense of humor for an old dude, gave me a tape with stuff on it like John Cameron Swayze busting up, completely losing it live on the air. All of these things were eighth/ninth generation and had been making the rounds for quite a while - and remember, things were still a bit lo-tech back then, nothing digital. (BTW, I've also been given the very first copy of "Everybody Fuck Now" - the C&C Music Factory Parody, by the very engineer who recorded it. And another recording engineer friend of mine shared with me recordings of Mel Blanc swearing as famous WB characters - NOT the lame stuff that his son and others did later, but the original Mel Blanc! It was racy and funny as all hell, and he would NOT give me or anyone else a copy due to a solomn promise to Mel. To my knowledge, these recordings have still never been heard outside this guy's studio....)

Anyway, Jack liked this bit so much, he re-recorded it - correcting the grammar (he was a stickler for that), and then adding a few more examples of his own as well as the Vivaldi BGM. He gave me his first copy, the very first version of this now famous audio (often miscredited as George Carlin or Monty Python - I've often contacted those who have misidentified it, like the Flash file video version. Sometimes they thank me and make corrections, sometimes I never here from them).

Anyone with half of an ear can confirm it's Jack if you ever visit the train ride at Disneyland, at Disneyworld, ride the Orlando Airport shuttle, etc. Online through file sharing, I know there's been some 'official sound of Disneyland' stuff ripped from CDs that featured every single song and voice recording at the park down to the 'we're now closed, please exit' announcements. If you can find some of these, the comparisons are easy.

I hope this clears things up. I know; I was semi-involved in it's creation.

SOMEWHERE I still have a copy of the original crappy, shorter version with no music (don't ask me to find it!). But who would want to hear THAT version when Jack's is FAR better anyway!

- Voicedude
Title: Re: Usage Of The Word 'Fuck'
Post by: weekender on March 12, 2005, 12:20:34 AM
Interesting post, thanks.

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SOMEWHERE I still have a copy of the original crappy, shorter version with no music (don't ask me to find it!). But who would want to hear THAT version when Jack's is FAR better anyway!


Well, lots of people would to be honest, myself included.
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: JesusAndYourBush on March 12, 2005, 02:04:58 AM
Thanks.  I just emailed the info to the person who first made the enquiry through my website, for a friend who'd recorded a piece of music that included some of the audio and needed to seek permission from whoever had recorded it.  Hold on, mwude, you mentioned making a piece of music you used it in, it wasn't your friend who emailed me was it?
Title: "Use of the word Fuck", is it by Monty Python?
Post by: mwude on March 12, 2005, 08:44:27 AM
Nope, the email you received was nothing to do with me.  I did use a couple of snippets of it in one track and the whole thing in an hour long mix, so technically I should seek permission.  But as my stuff is not for profit and only available via the internet there doesn't seem an awful lot of point.