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Out Of Touch - The Jazz Butcher - Fishcotheque

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  1. Having ended up on Creation Records, which I took as a bit of a validation, I was keen to get as far away from all those "w" words that had followed my group around, and to make it as clear as I could that this was a rock & roll thing, not some "eccentricity".I had my shades and I had my fringed suede jacket and I had the Weather Prophets rhythm section.

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  2. Expansive book-styled package of the first four albums from The Jazz Butcher’s early Creation Records’ years – Featuring the much praised ‘Fishcotheque’, ‘Big Planet, Scarey Planet’, ‘Cult Of The Basement’ and ‘Condition Blue”.

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  3. Rare and out of print release from the Butcher in very good condition. Not a cut-out or promo. Slight wear to non-playing side, normal used cd case wear. Fast 1st class shipping is standard. Tracks: Next Move Sideways / Out Of Touch / Get It Wrong / Living In A Village / Swell / Looking For Lot 49 / The Best Way / Chickentown / Susie /5(4).

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  4. In , a two-person Jazz Butcher (Butch and Kizzy O'Callaghan) released the fifth proper LP, Fishcotheque, proving the Butcher to be as resilient as he is prolific. Reorganization has had no effect whatsoever on Butch's abilities, and this record rivals Sex and Travel in its brilliance.

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  5. Out of Touch Lyrics: Mr. Norris changes Traveler's Cheques - I've been out of touch / Don't look like that, I don't know what you expect / I've been out of touch / Have you seen a man without me.

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  6. Swell Lyrics: Charmed I'm sure / But what on Earth are you saying? / It's happened before / And I just leap on the bus and ride away / It's got me paralysed this time / Just like I never thought.

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  7. The Jazz Butcher - The Best Way Lyrics. sample: [Just keep punching, that's the thing to do. Remember the words of the philosopher Ken Morgester, who once said.

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  8. The Jazz Butcher's Creation label debut came after band regulars Max Eider and David J. of Bauhaus and Love and Rockets fame had departed for other projects. With Pat Fish (aka the Jazz Butcher) having already proven himself to be the driving force of the band songwriting-wise, this album fits right in with the top-notch records the band had already cut during the decade.6/

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