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Date: Fri, 2 Sep 94 10:49:20 BST
From: edwardc[at]-remove-aisb.edinburgh.ac.uk
Subject: One-man orchestra

i was listening to my dave kusworth lp last night and there's one
song on it "the last drop of wine" which has The Jazz Butcher playing
the flute. Not brilliantly, but well enough. He pops up on sax as well
a bit later. Crap album otherwise.

Anyway: the question is: Is there no end to this man's talents? Does he
play flute on any of his own material? What other bizarre instruments
(well, bizarre as in not guitar, bass, drum) does he play?

In tone deaf awe of renaissance man butcher.

ed

And while we're on the subject (which we're not), the latest Times
album which is being played to death by me at the moment has a song
written & sung by butch-cohort mulreany. some have said that paul
mulreany is a bit of a dark horse with oodles of talent but no
ambition to realise it. well, on the basis of this song I'd have to
disagree. but that's only IMHO, obviously. Worth mentioning as the
first instance I have seen of a Mulreany song being recorded&released.

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