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el_one_bob... - Bob Unlikely - 23Apr2010 9:55 PM
Personally, I always heard "braised duckies".

Which, I might add, is a good way to cook an otherwise fatty bird.

Prize turkeys
bunny... - Fairfax va - 22Dec2005 2:17 PM
I always thought it was Raise Duckies and I refuse to change the way I sing it. I like the image I get when I say Raise Duckies, after all. :)

"Prized turkeys!"
billionbridges... - Canada - 4Nov2005 11:44 AM
For the longest time I misheard "Prized turkeys!" as, way for it...

Rice duckies!

It had always made perfect sense to me .

the Best Way
purplevioletsquishies... - Salem, OR USA - 18Jan2005 2:37 AM
Somehow I get the distinct impression EVERY song done by Jazz Butcher is a good one. I only had exposure to their Distressed Gentlefolk album, Fishcoteque album & their Bloody Nonsense album in the 80's & early 90's. But I've sampled quite a few more of their songs on this site & they were all "bloody" good. I agree a thousand times (or more) with some of the comments posted by others on this site... the Jazz Butcher should make their old songs available again on artist friendly sites so one can at least pay $1.00 per song download to get whatever song of the Jazz Butcher they have been forced for so long to live without. I had the 3 above albums but was short sighted enough to part with them... along with a great song by William Tucker from the Swinging Pistons (who used to be in Ministry) who is now dead & you can't find his album anywhere. It'd be nice if the song he did before he died could be purchased & downloaded on an artist friendly site as well. He did the song "(Ever Since I Was Young), I Liked the Sound Of Machines. When a person cannot get a song like this on eBay or find it anywhere on the web... then things have reached "critical mass."

bradleypeter... - Springfield, Mass - 7Jul2001 6:29 AM
I've always wondered if the sampled voice at the beginning of Chickentown was Hartford Ct. radio and tv legend Bob Steele? He was on WTIC Radio and TV for many years, and has only recently retired. Just wondering.

Enjoy your music and your fertile imagination. When one buys a Jazz Butcher "album" one never knows what to expect, other than it will be interesting.

Peter Bradley