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In this episode, John cuts deep into the Jazz Butcher's 1984 album, A Scandal In Bohemia. Featuring interviews with band members, Pat Fish, Max Eider, Owen Jones, and David J.

Wed, Nov 6th 2013 (10 years ago)
Greg and Chris visit with the Jazz Butcher himself, Pat Fish. Pat reminisces about the Jazz Butcher Conspiracy and the new Solo project.

Fri, Apr 16th 2021 (3 years ago)
What was Pat's childhood like? How did he get on at school? What guitar music inspired him growing up? In what unusual way did he learn to play the guitar? What are his memories of meeting Max Eider? How were the names Pat Fish, Max Eider & The Jazz Butcher arrived at?

Tue, Jan 1st 2019 (5 years ago)
Singer-songwriter Pat Fish talks to The Saint of RETROPOPIC RADIO about his deep appreciation of The Clash's album 'London Calling'.

Why was he so disappointed by 'Give 'Em Enough Rope'? What are his memories of first hearing the album? Which are his favorite songs? What does he think was The Clash's manifesto on 'London Calling'? Why was the album so important?


Tue, Jan 1st 2019 (5 years ago)
The Jazz Butcher Conspiracy, over two hours Pat Fish tells The Saint of RETROPOPIC RADIO his life's story....

Sun, Oct 10th 2021 (2 years ago)
1 hour of The Jazz Butcher music and facts. From a KNON radio show in 1989

Tue, Dec 12th 1989 (34 years ago)
In this episode, we walk with Jesus as we discuss one of Spacemen 3's most famous songs. Ian and Mark disect the many recorded versions, and are joined by Pat Fish of The Jazz Butcher for a chat about a couple of versions where Pat supplied vocals. Plus contributions from a few other fans for which this is a favourite song.

Tue, Jan 11th 2022 (2 years ago)
We take a look back at Spacemen 3's performance at Watermans Arts Centre from 19 August 1988, the gig everyone now calls Dreamweapon. With contributions from Spaceman for the night Steve Evans, bassist Will Carruthers, taper Andy Jackson, Vinita Joshi of Rocket Girl Records, Steve Mitchell of Fierce Recordings, attendees Col Todd and Paul Thorpe from the band The Loveblobs, latter-day Spaceman Mark Refoy, and the late, great, Pat Fish.

Thu, Dec 30th 2021 (2 years ago)