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Date: Wed, 28 Sep 94 09:38:20 CST
From: JOE BEAULIEU <jbeauli[at]-remove-mstar.com>
Subject: The Jazz Butcher v The JBC
Uh uh. Distressed Gentlefolk, at very least, was released under the monicker
of "The Jazz Butcher Conspiracy".
Yeah, he's right about this, but none of the earlier stuff was recorded
as the JBC.
I think we should interpret the next album as being the last
released under the JBC name as the last album to be released under the
name "the JBC" or "The JB".
I really doubt that Pat is going to stop recording as the Jazz Butcher. I
mean, even though Pat does not have a marketing department, I am sure
that he realizes that when you spend ten years releasing albums and
touring and building up a (for lack of a better term) 'cult' following,
you do not abandon name recognition. Its what catches people's eye in
the record store and in the concert listings.
I dunno - what do you all think? Might it have something to do with
being tired of being in a band with other people and wanting to go back
to being more autonomous?