The Jazz Butcher
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Date: Saturday, June 4th 1994 770688000 (30 years 2 days ago)
Venue: Royal Albert Hall
Event: Creation Records 10th anniversary mega-gig
Location: London England
Admission: £12:50
Pat Fish ( guitar, vocals ) , Dooj Wilkinson ( bass ) , Dave Henderson ( guitar ) , Gabriel Turner ( drums ) , Alex Green ( Saxophone )
DAT Room, Quality: 5 (out of 10), Performance: B, Interest: 5 (out of 10)

Bootlegger: David Whittemore
Credit: David Whittemore

♥ Reviews

big boomy room, good effort by the JBC in the face of obscurity. as they come on, shouts of "Jdete Pryc" accosted them from around the auditorium. Alex Green is not heard due to the over-burdened soundmen.
Credit: David Whittemore

there was a review of "Undrugged" in this current NME. Generally, they hated it. The Jazz Butcher got a special mention as being "risible" and as being a long time no-hoper.
Credit: Ed Carter

Theres a full page spread about Undrugged in the new Alternative Press. The subheadline is "British label sobers up and celebrates its tenth anniversary. Jon Wiederhorn waits for the love bus".

It goes on to say...

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. It means Cliff Richard and Eric Clapton. We phoned up Creation 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'.
Credit: Joe Beaulieu

🎼 Played

Set 1
Jdete Pryc The audience accosts the JBC with shouting in Czechoslovakian
Credit: David Whittemore
1. She's On Drugs
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