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The Jazz Butcher RIP

Postby The Prof » 07 Oct 2021, 10:26

Pat Fish aka The Jazz Butcher was a sometime presenter of Transmission, a late night indie show from the 1990s, but mostly known as the voice behind The Jazz Butcher or occasionally The Jazz Butcher Conspiracy.
20+ LP going back to the early 80s with many of them on Creation.

This comes as a bit of a shock as I only finally got to see him live last month in Preston.

There’s not many actual videos so here’s a cartoon illustration to 'Southern Mark Smith'.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkLQMgEQ_NI

And a nice obituary from Mike Condo on Louder Than War
https://louderthanwar.com/pat-fish-aka- ... jF_H6MfTx4

RIP Pat Fish.

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Re: The Jazz Butcher RIP

Postby The Prof » 07 Oct 2021, 10:28

Oh, and a picture from the gig last month

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Re: The Jazz Butcher RIP

Postby Tom Waits For No One » 07 Oct 2021, 10:57

RIP Pat

Saw Jazz Butcher supporting Lloyd Cole & The Commotions around '85
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Re: The Jazz Butcher RIP

Postby C » 07 Oct 2021, 11:18

The Prof wrote:Oh, and a picture from the gig last month

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A great photo

RIP Pat




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Re: The Jazz Butcher RIP

Postby John_K » 07 Oct 2021, 13:10

The Prof wrote:Image


Nicely captured John.

I first heard The Jazz Butcher's music in the mid-80s via some cassettes one of my UK cousins left me when he visited, the cassettes are long gone but I must seek out some of the music again.

RIP...