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Date: Tue, 27 Sep 1994 19:04:34 -0400
From: Chris Camfield <ccamfiel[at]-remove-undergrad.math.uwaterloo.ca>
Subject: The Jazz Butcher v The JBC
That I said (I think)
> If the next album is going to be the last released under the JBC name,
> what will Pat call his band after that? We could come up with ideas
> and yak about this forever!
> Wait a minute. If you think about it, "Waiting for the Love Bus" was the
> FIRST album released under the name "The Jazz Butcher Conspiracy".
> The first mention of the JBC that I can remember was during the Big
> Planet Scarey Planet tour.
> So I don't see any real significance in this being the "last" release under
> the JBC name.
Uh uh. Distressed Gentlefolk, at very least, was released under the monicker
of "The Jazz Butcher Conspiracy". Possibly some of the earlier albums too,
but I don't have my vinyls with me. I think we should interpret the next
album as being the last released under the JBC name as the last album
to be released under the name "the JBC" or "The JB".
Christopher Camfield (ccamfiel[at]-remove-undergrad.math.uwaterloo.ca)
"Wherever we set foot, we tread upon some bit of history" (Cicero)
"Oh Sweetwater, sometimes it feels like ancient Rome..." (The JBC)
"Here's looking at you, kid." (Rick Blaine in Casablanca)