The Jazz Butcher
The Jazz Butcher Press Alternative Press
August, 1994
Interview w/Conspirator: Pat Fish
Alternative Press British label sobers up and celebrates its tenth anniversary (USA)
August, 1994
Credit: Jon Wiederhorn

British label sobers up and celebrates its tenth anniversary.

Jon Wiederhorn waits for the love bus
Jazz Butcher eccentric Pat Fish had a different view [than Bob Mould who said "now all I have to do is play Carnegie Hall and then I can quit"].
"Albert Hall means to me a load of rich English students raising Union Jacks to the sounds of Helga [sic]. It means Cliff Richard and Eric Clapton. We phoned up Creation Records to see if we could play, and they said yeah, but we had a press release ready that stated how we weren't going to play anywhere that Eric Clapton had played if they said there was no space for us".
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