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Date: Fri, 9 Dec 1994 03:15:02 -0500
From: de l`abattoir <del>
Subject: JBC (pat post?)
after THIS past through the list yesterday:
> Keith Jones <keithj[at]-remove-lodgstud.demon.co.uk>
> New JBC lp duly completed in secure Northampton location. 1994
> live line-up stumbled through a series of tunes and such under
> Butcher's direction, aided and abetted by a number of the usual
> suspects; Alex Lee on guitar, Alex Green on saxes, that sort of
> thing.Max Read was engineer for the session, and he also
> contributed a lot of the backing vocals.He is a good looking
> chap, non-smoker, very able and agreable.Judge Curtis was on hand
> to play the Hungarian Stock Whip.
i think i have reason to accost pat by phone..
even though that post was from "Keith Jones", such a person
is not even on the mailing list.
my guess is that pat finally managed his way around a non-typewriting
keyboard. should we all feel humble or scared to death is my question.
i think that it is hilarious that Gabriel beat him to the honor
of being "First Cyber Conspirator" by about 6 hours.
> There are supposed to be a couple of out-takes floating around
> too. The idea is that Creation in London will be issuing a
> single of "16 Years" in January 1995, and then releasing the LP
> in February, after which the JBC will be gratefully dusting off
> their passports and going back to Full Employment within the EU
> and beyond.
> (The Butcher won't let any of the band have a cassette copy.)
this sounds good. the part about the single, i mean.
"Full Employment"? since when were the brothers employed?
and from Gabriel via his friend (M "not Mitch" Jenkins):
> It seems to have filtered through that we`ve now finished
> recording the new waxing... I have a cassette of it in my pocket
> right at this moment...
better not let pat know - course, I won't tell him if you send a copy :-)
Gabriel, could you keep us up-to-date on gig dates and stuff?