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Jameson
"Fire"
60s
21 March 2011
USA Whisky

In light of recent events in Japan, it's slightly awkward to enjoy the spectacle of water cascading through the streets of Dublin but if you can overcome such reservations, you'll have to acknowledge that this is a pretty terrific piece of advertising.

Bridgestone
"Karma"

Iain said:

Not unforgettable but a sweet spot that raises a smile, at least from me.


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Jameson
"Fire"
60s
21 Mar 2011
In light of recent events in Japan, it's slightly awkward to enjoy the spectacle of water cascading through the streets of Dublin but if you can overcome such reservations, you'll have to acknowledge that this is a pretty terrific piece of advertising.

Jameson
"Lost Barrel"
30s
26 Oct 2009
According to this cute piece of mythology, in 1781 John Jameson dived into the stormy seas to recover a barrel of his whiskey which had fallen overboard. It's played with just enough dryness to make it clear that this commercial's tongue is planted in its cheek.

Jameson
"Hurricane"
45s
23 Oct 2009
There's a little Irish mythologising before our very eyes in this commercial for whiskey. A couple of eighteenth century likely lads have made it to the pub despite hurricane-force winds and they casually reveal the tribulations of their journey to a friend.

Jameson
"Harpist"
30s
14 Nov 2005
This sexy, stylish commercial has a snake-hipped, leather-clad rocker approaching a harp before knocking out a version of T-Rex's 20th Century Boy on the notoriously tricky instrument. As genuinely 'beyond the obvious' as the ad claims.

Jameson
"Drummer"
30s
7 Nov 2005
Pretty kookie stuff here on behalf of the Irish whiskey as an elderly Japanese gentlman approaches a drum kit and then goes at it with surprising vigour. The idea, like the whiskey, is 'beyond the obvious'.

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