Re: Live tapes, new studio work, and rare "Glass" pre-Jazz Butcher recordings
Date: Thu 16 Sep 1999 - 08:44:25 PDT
This whining is amazingly dull. Ever stop to think that perhaps Pat & Co. GAVE his permission to have these tunes made available? This whole thing is an experiment, can't you see? If making a small number of recordings available over the web actually works, then perhaps it'll be feasable for Pat to make more of his catalog available on the web and then we can all have the recordings we've been itching to have for ages, AND Pat will get paid for it.
There are all sorts of issues to contend with, mostly technological and legal. They'll have to be sorted out over time. We've discussed all of this before. So, kindly wait in line like the rest of us and we'll see if it works. Oh, wait. You're a wizard. I forgot. Silly me.
>I've heard a lot of talk regarding the trading of "live" tapes of recent
>shows, as well as "new" songs recorded in a studio in San Francisco, plus
>some pre-1983 recordings by Pat on Glass. Now, you know, that Pat does not
>get any money from these trades. These trades are bad....BAD! We must
>what the artist's wishes are, and any attempts to trade this music are
>against Pat's wishes! How could you! I will personally give a thumbs down
>these proceedings and will sent letters to the RIAA making sure all these
>operations are stopped legally! You people will get what you have coming
>you, and if you go to jail, it is your own fault!
>Oh, by the way, my trading site is up and running. Want "Jazz Butcher" OOP
>titles on CD? Ooooops! I guess I did a boo-boo! I wonder how I can join
>club which allows the trading of "illegal" material and make it okay.
>the secret hand-shake?
Received on Thu Sep 16 08:57 PDT 1999