RE: JBC SEATTLE SUMMARY AND WHY YOU SHOULD BOYCOTT THE CROCODILE CAFE
Date: Fri 17 Sep 1999 - 10:21:33 PDT
actually at least a couple of the assholes (and i wont disagree on that point) seemed to know the lyrics to the majority of the songs. of course maybe there were more drunken punks than i remember. i was in fact fairly drunk and at times and for various reasons have been called a punk myself.
that being said i think they were a minor annoyance in an otherwise very good show. the boys played a pretty long set (22+-). the only reason they didn't play more was the club was in a hurry to shut the place down.
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> These are the things that mystify me. Why the Hell would 5 assholes show
> at a Jazz Butcher show anyway? Anyone I've ever met who was into the JBC
> always the coolest type of person. What was the the problem - Korn and
> Bizkit weren't in town?
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> > Well...I just got back from what I've waited many years for. JBC back in
> > Seattle. They were incredible. One problem though, there was a group of
> > drunken punks who portayed their redneck heritage well when they
> > "Yehaw" every 30 seconds. That was just the begining.... The continued
> > through the evening yelling out stupid comments during the JBC's tamer
> > moments (ie MAX's new song, etc..), spilled drinks all over other
> > and the ultimate topper, they through ice repeatedly at the band. I was
> > completely embarrased and infurriated as I beleive the rest of the crowd
> > At one point Pat said "Look were just trying to play some music". I
> > the the band would have played much longer if it was not for this
> > which they were subjected to. I blame the Crocodile Cafe completely.
> > should have hauled these guys out. They did nothing... to stop this. I
> > boycotting the venue because of this situation. It was very sad. I
> > others do the same.
> > All of this aside....the band was at their finest! Thank you Pat and Max
> > this "gift of music"!
> > Jeff
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Received on Fri Sep 17 10:45 PDT 1999