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From: <Hollowhat_at_aol.com>
Date: Tue 28 Oct 1997 - 21:27:31 PST


In a message dated 97-10-28 19:25:36 EST, alex_balk@mcgraw-hill.com writes:

<< I'm desperately hunting down a CD
 version of Bloody Nonsense, or any CD that has "Human Jungle," "Drink," "Rain,"
 and "Big Saturday." Doesn't look like they ever did release a compact disc
>>

I'm sure this will be answered,but "Draining the Glass" has quite a few "Nonsense"
tracks - (CD Now has a good price on it...).I have had no luck at all finding anything
pre-Fishcoteque on CD,so FIRE can release those "oldies" anytime!Speaking of reissues,why does'nt CREATION keep the latter JBC's in print?I never had a chance to hear "Illuminate" - What was it like? - R.B.



Forwarded message:
From:	alex_balk@mcgraw-hill.com
To:	jbc-list@ecn.purdue.edu

Date: 97-10-28 19:25:36 EST

I found you through the the adjective site. I'm desperately hunting down a CD version of Bloody Nonsense, or any CD that has "Human Jungle," "Drink," "Rain,"
and "Big Saturday." Doesn't look like they ever did release a compact disc version of Nonsense, though.



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Subject: welcome
From: de l`abattoir <del@ecn.purdue.edu> at ccnode Date: 10/28/97 2.51 PM

> subscribe mailing list

+--------------------< generic introduction >------------------------+
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| you have been added to the jazz butcher conspiracy mailing list.   |
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| articles may be sent to: jbc-list@PASTURE.ecn.purdue.edu           |
| subscription stuff to: jbc-list-request@PASTURE.ecn.purdue.edu     |
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|     the PASTURE bit MUST BE IN THERE..                             |
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| most anything pertinent to the jazz butcher and related/spin-off   |
| projects has been discussed here: the black eg, pat fish, david j, |
| max eider, richard formby, creation records, tours, bootlegs...    |
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| list members are from:                                             |
| australia, austria, canada, germany, greece, france, spain, uk,    |
| us, netherlands - a few people have reliable inside information.   |
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| WorldWideWeb URL for The Jazz Butcher Conspiracy:                  |
| if you dont check anything else out, you MUST look at this!        |
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|     http://www.adjective.com/jbc                                   |
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| contains hypertext versions of the archives, messages from pat,    |
| audio snippets, pictures, albums scans.. whew!                     |
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disclaimer:
        Pat himself lurks here and Gabriel, the drummer, is
        a moderate poster: keep your complaints to a minimum,
        'coz the JBC are watching and listening and they will
        roast you!  it is a conspiracy, after all...

that said.. welcome!

curious... how did you find out about us? see any good shows? like any records in particular?

REMEMBER - responses go to: jbc-list@PASTURE.ecn.purdue.edu

FYI:

        the (official) final Jazz Butcher Conspiracy gig
        was at the Garage in London on December 21st, 1995 -
        what you may have known as the JBC are no more!

the band has re-grouped under the name Sumosonic, which is much more beat-oriented and dance-y (vapid?). Sumosonic Central may be found online at:

        http://www.sumosonic.com

-david
del@bigbook.com
http://www.adjective.com
"Quality in sound" Received on Tue Oct 28 21:27:31 1997

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