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Date: Saturday, 12th of December 2015 1449907200 (1 year 287 days ago)
Venue: The Playhouse Theatre (Website)
Location: 115 Clare Street Northampton England NN1 3JA
Telephone: 01604 627791
Performers
Pat Fish ( guitar, vocals ) , Steve Garofalo ( drums ) , Steve New ( upright bass ) , Simon Taylor ( trumpet )
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Credit: Michael Street

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Poster

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Notes

Tickets are also available at: Hervey Street Barbers, Spiral Archive Records, St. Giles Cheese

Reviews

tinsel Town
Given the time it has taken me to post this, it is inevitably going to be tinged with more of an air of sadness than would ever have been intended at the time, but here goes.....

It was a standard NN1 evening as I arrived at the Playhouse..... two police cars speeding in a blue, noisy blur into the side streets nearby. But had they missed their quarry? Four suspicious-looking types hanging round the doorway for me to awkwardly squeeze between.... Only as I drew closer did their identity become apparent beneath the orange glowing streetlight..... The Jazz Butcher Quartet do EVERYTHING themselves.... they even act as bouncers at their own shows ! (only after I barged past did I discover that they were actually the ticket sellers first and foremost! So, back down the stairs I sheepishly trotted to exchange money for music).

I used to love a pre-Xmas show... and this felt like an early present to the people of Northampton (other towns always welcome too!). Great form, great set, great venue. If the show was indeed a Xmas Gift Of Music, then THAT version of Southern Mark Smith was the surprise present that you didn't find hidden at the back of your mums wardrobe.

Thank you all, and God rest ye merry, Mr Garofalo.

Credit: Andy NN1 (Monday, 25th of April 2016 - 1 year 152 days ago)

Played

Set 1
The Entire Performance (Extracted from youtube video)
1. Amalfi Coast May 1963
2. Tombé dans les pommes
3. Black Raoul
4. Partytime
5. Animals
6. Living in a Village
7. Melanie Hargreaves' Father's Jaguar
8. Mr. Odd
9. Who's That Man?
10. When You's a Viper (Rosetta Howard)
11. Dunkin' Beigels (Slim Gaillard)
12. Shakey
13. Shirley Maclaine
14. Southern Mark Smith
15. Solar Core
Encore 1
1. All Along the Watchtower (Bob Dylan)
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  • tinsel Town
    andyzed1[at]-remove-yahoo.co.uk - Andy NN1
    25Apr2016 8:03 AM (1 year 152 days ago)
    Given the time it has taken me to post this, it is inevitably going to be tinged with more of an air of sadness than would ever have been intended at the time, but here goes.....
    It was a standard NN1 evening as I arrived at the Playhouse..... two police cars speeding in a blue, noisy blur into the side streets nearby. But had they missed their quarry? Four suspicious-looking types hanging round the doorway for me to awkwardly squeeze between.... Only as I drew closer did their identity become apparent beneath the orange glowing streetlight..... The Jazz Butcher Quartet do EVERYTHING themselves.... they even act as bouncers at their own shows ! (only after I barged past did I discover that they were actually the ticket sellers first and foremost! So, back down the stairs I sheepishly trotted to exchange money for music).
    I used to love a pre-Xmas show... and this felt like an early present to the people of Northampton (other towns always welcome too!). Great form, great set, great venue. If the show was indeed a Xmas Gift Of Music, then THAT version of Southern Mark Smith was the surprise present that you didn't find hidden at the back of your mums wardrobe.
    Thank you all, and God rest ye merry, Mr Garofalo.