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Date: Sat, 7 May 1994 20:45:52 -0400
From: Chris Camfield <ccamfiel[at]>
Subject: a couple of ramblings

A few days ago someone (sorry, I have lost the original message) made a point
about the early JB being sort of novelty-ish and that perhaps it's possible
to be too clever for one's own good. I think that's probably true; how many
bands of that sort do really really well?

Another thing - on the copy of the Mean Fiddler gig tape, Pat sings a song
called Waiting for the Love Bus, which isn't on the album. (At least, not
my copy!) Why didn't it make it? Anyone know if it is going to be a b-side
or something? And are there any other tracks with the same names as albums
but which aren't part of the album?

Chris Camfield (ccamfiel[at]
"There's silence and there's blindness in a raging world,
* But the healer in your heart is only a moment away."
* (Runrig, "Healer In Your Heart")