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Date: Tue, 7 Dec 93 01:11:18 -0500
From: del[at]-remove-ecn.purdue.edu (de l`abattoir)
David A Whittemore wrote:
> davisg[at]-remove-bcc.orst.edu (wrote:)
> >> would there be any interest for making available a compilation of these
> >> old "strange" tunes? there are probably 20 or so tunes which only
> >> appeared on b-sides.
> ed said
> > In my humble opinion, this is probably the best idea that anyone has
> > had about anything in quite a long while. How much does it cost to
> > master a CD? :*)
> you mean after legal suits and stuff?
> ok - heres the deal. i will be spending some time with
> my turntable this weekend, and i plan to dump all my LPs
> and singles to DAT. when i get back(*), we can discuss taping-fests
> for people who need copies. just to be ethical though, i will only
> dub the older singles. go and buy the newer albums yerself!
If we're still talking about B-sides of singles, then is this really
fair. To my knowledge I have seen a grand total of *1* Jazz Butcher
single ever... I think it's a vinyl version of Girl Go. Were there singles
for Condition Blue? I wasn't aware of any of them. :( Let's face it, in
the past (and hopefully this will change), availability of JB albums and
singles really stinks. And I've read that supposedly Canada is better
than the States, in this respect? I mean - I seriously doubt I will
ever be able to obtain ANY Jazz Butcher singles at this rate. And for
some people in cultural wasteland (you pick your choice of wasteland -
I'm not trying to single out anyplace :) the chances are even slimmer.
I've never seen a JB video, for that matter!
(Yes, I haunt used record stores, and that's why I *do* have most of the
albums. Are we all supposed to have so much money that we can import-order
everything we don't have? :)
What about the possibility of an official release of a B-sides compilation?
Or would there not be enough market? *sigh*
Well, just my $0.03 Canadian. :)
Christopher Camfield (ccamfiel[at]-remove-undergrad.math.uwaterloo.ca)
"Sticks and stones may break my bones
But they will never hurt me" (Split Enz, "Mind over Matter")