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RE: JBC (fwd) - GLASS recordings to be released!

From: Sean Walter <swalter2000_at_kellogg.nwu.edu>
Date: Wed 27 Jun 2001 - 07:08:08 PDT


Gregor, your life could be more ironic...I live in Boston, but it just so happens I am going to be all the way across the country in California for the first half of July...in SF on the 8th and LA on the 11th. No way to change it.

On the other hand, I'll be quite happy to replace my Distressed cd, stolen in 1994 and replaced only by a scraggly piece of vinyl I found in a midwestern backwater (no offense to midwesterners in general...I grew up there). I'm pleasantly surprised VJ isn't doing a boxed set -- I always figured if/when the Glass recordings came back, they would debut that way and make me spend way more money for a bunch of stuff I already have.

-----Original Message-----
From: Gregor Young [mailto:gregoryoung@telus.net] Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2001 12:25 AM
To: jbc-list@jazzbutcher.com
Subject: Re: JBC (fwd) - GLASS recordings to be released!

Excellent. Another JBC compilation (yes, it was intended). I was getting worried as it's been months since the last JBC compilation came out.

I guess it's easier to be cynical when you already have Scandal and Distressed (so was that).

Actually, I'm just bitter because I was down in LA two weeks ago instead of ten days from now.

Gregor



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  • Original Message ----- From: "David Whittemore" <del@adjective.com> To: <jbc-list@jazzbutcher.com> Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2001 9:20 PM Subject: JBC (fwd) - GLASS recordings to be released!

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> THE JAZZ BUTCHER CONSPIRACY
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> London - Hamburg - Los Angeles - Northampton
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> headstone@sumo77.freeserve.co.uk
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> www.jazzbutcher.com
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> Vinyl Japan have succeeded in licensing a number of old Glass-era JBC
recordings, which they plan to release this year. They will start with a 19 track compilation entitled "Cake City" and then they will re-issue the long-unavailable titles "A Scandal In Bohemia" and "Distressed Gentlefolk". Place your orders now via:
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> office@vinyljapan.demon.co.uk
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> In what appears to be a related move (though in truth it is the merest
co-incidence!) the JBC are embarking on another of their completely pointless but savagely hedonistic world tours. Unbelievably, the band line-up remains stable for another year:
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> Pat Fish - Guitars, singing
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> Max Eider - guitars, singing
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> Owen Jones - Drums, accordion, singing
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> Steven D. Valentine - Bass guitar
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> Sunday 8th July - The Troubadour, Los Angeles, California
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> Support: Special Mystery Guest!
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> Wednesday 11th July - Café du Nord, San Francisco, California
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> Friday 3rd August - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, England
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> Support: Curtis E. Johnson, Saab 77
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> Saturday 4th August - Regency Club, Rugby, England
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> Support: Curtis E. Johnson, The Moths
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> Monday 6th August - The Soundhaus, Northampton, England
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> Support: Curtis E. Johnson, Saab 77
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> Wednesday 8th August - Radio 4, Notting Hill Arts Club, London, England
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> Support: Curtis E. Johnson
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> Thursday 9th August - Upstairs at the Garage, London, England
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> Support: Curtis E. Johnson, Saab 77
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> Sunday 12th August - Rock am Rathaus, Hamburg, Germany
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> Saturday 18th August - Festival, Ieper, Belgium
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Received on Wed, 27 Jun 2001 10:08:08 -0400

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