So, it’s the end of the ‘80s, you’re on Creation Records. You’ve got a justifiable reputation for clever lyrics, witticisms, one-liners, melancholy, irony, conceptualisation and such – plus a penchant to write pop songs. The Jazz Butcher consistently makes music that stops people in their tracks providing poignant social commentary for a bedraggled nation.
- Remastered and Reissued for the First Time on Vinyl for Record Store Day.
This was a rock ‘n’ roll thing, not some “eccentricity”. I had my shades and I had my fringed suede jacket and I had the Weather Prophets’ rhythm section,” recalled Pat. “That rare beast, an LP of cool, laid back pop,” said Record Mirror.