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Rolo McGinty has 7 album credits
Bath Of Bacon
It's really just the sound of a few mates failing to take seriously the fact they they've got an l.p. to make. It seems VERY early eighties now, but you must remember that there was a LOT of crap for us to clear out of the way in those days.
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( Glass LP;CD UK )
Rolo McGinty : Bass on Grey Flannelette
Draining The Glass
Glass Records era compilation.
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Rolo McGinty : Bass on Jazz Butcher -v- Count Dracula
The Gift Of Music
This record collects together the various singles that have been issued in England to date under the much-abused name of the Jazz Butcher, to wit: me. I rather like having them all in one place like this - it makes for a nice, noisey muck-it-up sort of disc that is ideal for leisure time at home, on the beach, in you local club.... hell, ANYWHERE!!!
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Rolo McGinty : Bass
Marnie
An attempt to force a meeting between the steaming tropical jungles of Bangladesh (where the tigers live) and the frozen stepps of Siberia (where the Siberian tigers live).
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Rolo McGinty : Bass
Bloody Nonsense
The Jazz Butcher and his group are not in the business of belonging; they are too old and too obstreperous to conform to some attention-seeking image or commercially viable formula. Rather, they bring their not inconsiderable talents to bear on whatever happens to be in the way at the time. The results can only be described as essential.
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Rolo McGinty : Bass on Southern Mark Smith
Real Men
Real Men, the kind who never sit together on buses in case they get their medallions tangled.
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Rolo McGinty : Bass on Southern Mark Smith
Southern Mark Smith
Recorded in the summer of 1983 in a place called Wellingborough, a small town in the middle of England where even the children are scarey!
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Rolo McGinty : Bass
16 documented events where Rolo McGinty performed
1982 1 (JBC)
1983 13 (JBC)
1984 0
1985 0
1986 0
1987 0
1988 0
1989 0
1990 0
1991 0
1992 0
1993 0
1994 0
1995 0
1996 0
1997 0
1998 0
1999 0
2000 0
2001 0
2002 0
2003 0
2004 1 (Presents)
2005 0
2006 0
2007 0
2008 0
2009 0
2010 1 (Presents)
2010
29th of January, 2010 (Friday)
Masters of Budvar present
@ The Bantam
7 Abington Square
Northampton England NN1
[with band of note] [pat notes]
[poster for 2010/Jan29.html]
2004
7th of May, 2004 (Friday)
Masters of Budvar present
@ The Labour Club
95-97 Charles St
Northampton England NN1 3BG
[extra shit] [with band of note] [pat reviews] [pat notes]
[poster for 2004/May7.html]
1983
25th of September, 1983 (Sunday)
@ Abington Park
Northampton England
[extra shit] [performers listed] [photos]
24th of September, 1983 (Saturday)
@ Derngate Centre
Northampton England
[performers listed] [photos]
21st of August, 1983 (Sunday)
@ Caernarvon Castle
London England
[performers listed] [audio recording] [songlist]
25th of July, 1983 (Monday)
@ The Adlib Club
London England
[performers listed]
25th of June, 1983 (Saturday)
@ Merton College
Oxford England
[performers listed] [audio recording] [songlist]
4th of June, 1983 (Saturday)
@ The Black Lion
Northampton England
[performers listed]
18th of May, 1983 (Wednesday)
@ The Rock Garden
London England
[performers listed]
17th of May, 1983 (Tuesday)
@ The Clarendon
London England
[performers listed]
7th of May, 1983 (Saturday)
@ Chez Louis
Wimbledon England
[extra shit] [performers listed]
17th of April, 1983 (Sunday)
@ Old White Horse
London England
[performers listed]
19th of March, 1983 (Saturday)
@ The Black Lion
Northampton England
[performers listed]
10th of March, 1983 (Thursday)
@ The Culture Bunker
London England
[performers listed]
January, 1983
@ The Tunnel Club
London England
[performers listed]
1982
1st of November, 1982 (Monday)
@ Hammersmith Palais
London England
[extra shit] [performers listed] [with band of note] [pat reviews]
[poster for 1982/Nov1.html]
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