BOURBON TABERNACLE CHOIR Frequently Asked Questions:
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Last Updated - 12/27/95
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This FAQ was written by Jon Lax
All corrections, submissions or comments should be made to BTC@IO.ORG. The material printed below is not to be sold. Please freely distribute this FAQ electronically or by text but it must contain this header.

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Contributors========
Jon Lax (jon@shift.com) Gene Hardy (gene@shift.com)

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Copyrights
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Disclaimer
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This FAQ is written without the benefit of the band (except for Gene Hardy). While they are quite aware of the existence of this FAQ and support all Net activity they do not claim any responsibilty for the accuracy or veracity of this document. The Bourbon Tabernacle Choir, Yonder Records and their management have no involvement in any action of the Bourb.Net other then the knowledge of it's existence. Any problems should be directed to Jon Lax by e-mail at BTC@IO.ORG

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Sections:
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A) Bourb.Net info - what is it, how can I access it
B) Band info - who are they, where are they from, history
C) Album info - where can I get the albums, what albums are available
D) Live - where can I get tour dates, how do I get tickets
E) Taping info

Questions:
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SECTION A- Bourb.Net info
A-1) How can I obtain this FAQ?
A-2) What forms does the FAQ come in?
A-3) What is the Bourb.Net?
A-4) Does the band read the Net?
A-4) How can I find the Bourb.Net?
A-5) Why can't I find alt.music.bourbontc
A-6) Who answers the e-mail on BTC@IO.ORG?
A-7) Where can I find guitar tablature?

SECTION B - Band Info
B-1) Who are the Bourbon Tabernacle Choir?
B-2) What do they sound like?
B-3) Where are they from?
B-4) History
B-5) How did they get their name?
B-6) What is Andrew Whiteman doing?
B-7) Is Kate single?
B-8) What is Gregor Beresford doing?

Equipment
B-9) What can you tell me about Tom's setup?
B-11) What can you tell me about Gene's setup?
B-12) What can you tell me about Chris Brown's setup?
B-13) What can you tell me about Chris Miller's setup?
B-14) What can you tell me about Jason's setup?

SECTION C - Album Info

C-1) What albums are available from the band?
C-2) Mail ordering albums. Can it be done?
C-3) Do they have a record deal?
C-4) What solo albums are available?
C-5) Will there be a live album?
C-6) What other albums do the Bourbons play on?

SECTION D - Live
D-1) Where can I find tour dates?
D-2) How can I get tickets?
D-3) What/When are the ticket draws?
D-4) How can I find setlists?
D-5) When are the Bourbons coming to Europe?
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SECTION E - Taping Info
E-1) Can I tape Bourbons shows?
E-2) Can I plug into the soundboard?
E-3) Taping rules
E-5) What tapes are out there?
E-6) Song abbreviations

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SECTION A - Bourb.Net Info
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A-1) How can I obtain this FAQ?
This FAQ can be obtained by e-mailing BTC@IO.ORG and placing the words "send FAQ" in the subject header. Another version of this file can be found on the Web site (http://www.monkey-boy.com/BTC).
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A-2) What forms does the FAQ come in?
This FAQ comes in is as ASCII text, HTML and MS word version.
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A-3) What is the Bourb.Net?
The Bourb.Net is an attempt to provide a forum for fans of the band on the Internet. It was started in December of 1993. The main purpose of the Bourb.Net is to allow fans to have access to information. It is entirely funded by people on the Net.
The band does not pay for this.
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A-4) Does the band read the Net?
Not really. Sometimes they are given printouts of things and they find out about some things that are being spoken of, namely Kate's haircut thread that left the band thoroughly puzzled.
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A-5) How can I find the Bourb.Net?
The Bourb.Net can be found in several forms:

e-mail - btc@io.org
This is not a mailing list. It merely answers questions and specific requests for info.

USENET - alt.music.bourbontc
This newsgroup is dedicated for discussion on the band. Please use it!!!! If it does not appear on your news file you may have to request it from your news administrator.

World Wide Web - Currently there is a World Wide Web site on my computer at work. You can access it by setting your browser to http://204.225.233.5 or some browsers can access http://jon.shift.com
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A-5) Why can't I find alt.music.bourbontc?
When alt.music.bourbontc was created it was placed on an USENET "island". This makes it hard for some news servers to carry it. If alt.music.bourbontc does not appear on your news server request it from your news adminstrator. Steps are being made to "boost" the newsgroup which should help eliminate the problems we've had with the newsgroup.
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A-6) Who answers the e-mail on BTC@IO.ORG?
I do. I being Jon Lax. While many people address their e-mail to the band, I read it and respond to it. Once in a while Gene Hardy will respond to messages but besides that no one from the band will actually send you mail.
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A-7) Where can I find guitar tablature? A few people have been asking for guitar tabs for music and I have asked for them but I haven't seen them yet. So the answer is I'm working on it but if you are a guitar player and want to tab some music for me, I'll post it and try to get it verified for accuracy by Chris Miller.
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SECTION B - Band Info
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B-1) Who are the Bourbon Tabernacle Choir?
Chris Brown - vocals, piano, Hammond organ, trombone, clavinet
Kate Fenner - vocals
Dave Wall - vocals, alto sax, piano, drums
Jason Mercer - bass, banjo
Chris Miller - guitar
Gene Hardy - soprano, alto, tenor, baritone and bass saxophones, musical saw, violin, trumpet
Tom Bona - drums
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B-2) What do they sound like?
Every band hates this question but it has to be said. At their root they are a rock/r&b/funk group. Their music is essentially rock but it has extreme elements of funk, r&b and gospel. Each member of the band has their own influences from gospel to jazz to blues to rock. If you like doses of Van Morrison, Curtis Mayfield, Al Green, Neil Young, Stevie Wonder, P-funk and Little Feat you will probably like the Bourbons
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B-3) Where are they from?
All of the Bourbon Tabernacle Choir hail from Toronto except for Gene Hardy who is from Victoria, B.C. and Tom Bona who is from Halifax, N.S.
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B-4) History
The band originated in Toronto, Ontario in 1985. The original members of the band included Chris Brown, Jason Mercer, Chris Miller, Kate Fenner and Andrew Whiteman (Whitey). Kate was absent for a couple of years while attending McGill University. During this time she performed with BTC occasionally, usually only Montreal and vicinity shows and traveled to Toronto to work on 1993's Superior Cackling Hen. She returned as a full time member in 1991. Dave Wall joined the group in 1988 while Gene Hardy joined in 1989. The most recent addition to the line up, Tom Bona, joined in the spring of 1995.
Andrew Whiteman left the band in1993 to pursue a solo career.
Gregor Beresford left in 1994 and is currently working with Tom Cochrane.
Past members include:
Howie Beck (drums) 1994-1995
Daniel Barnes (drums & percussion) 1994
Sean James (saxophone) 1988-1989
Christopher Plock (saxophone & vocals) 1986-1988
John Buck (trumpet) 1986-1988
Graham King (drums, electric, mandolin, bicycle) 1986
Derek Sinclair (saxophone) 1985-1986
Peter Mercier (guitar & vocals) 1985-1989
Anderew MacEacran (percussion) 1985-1987
Brian Figaro (guitar) 1985-1986
Michael Rosenitsch (dancer) 1985
Colin Dundar (dancer) 1985
Paul Swayze (drums)1985
Mark Perkins (drums) 1985
Curtis Lamey (dancer, bass for 1/2 a song) 1985

Performing in the first ever gig were:
Brown (organ), Mercer (bass), Miller (guitar), Kate (vocals)
Whitey (preaching & tambourine)
Peter (guitar)
Figaro (guitar)
Curtis (bass)
Graham (mandolin & rumored cyclist)
Perkins (drums)
Swyze (drums)
Anderew MacEacran (percussion)
Sinclair (sax)
Colin (dancing)
Mike Rosenitsch (dancing)
Lydia Wagerer was baptised with real bourbon.
The Show was opened by Miller, Mercer and Perkins performing a blues number entitled RUBBER DUCKY with Miller on vocals.
Mercer then took a seat on the RED COUCH and began playing The SERMON.
During the song Mercer passed the bass off to Curtis.
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B-5) How did they get their name?
According to a CBC Midday interview done at the band house Chris Brown came up with the name from a dream he had. Take this explanation with a grain of salt. Chris may be being overdramatic.
The name was meant to be used for one show; a lunchtime performance at Lawrence Park Collegate in Toronto. They performed the only song they knew - an original entitled "The Sermon" - with Andrew Whiteman providing a hellfire & brimstone rant.
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B-6) What is the band house?
The band house is a house in downtown Toronto where the band practices. Currently Chris Brown lives there with Jeremy Robinson and One-Beat Pete (producer and ex-bass of Big Sugar and Life ) and a guy named Paul. Chris Brown refers to it as "Grand Central Fucking Station"
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B-6) What is Andrew Whiteman doing?
Andrew Whiteman left the band on 12-31-93 to pursue solo efforts.
He founded the now defunct band, Gunwhalebob, and more recently Andrew recorded an album of poetry and music entitled Fear of Zen.
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B-7) Is Kate single?
No.
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B-8) What Is Gregor Beresford doing?
Greg left the band in 1994 and has recently completed the drum tracks on Tom Cochrane's new album entitled Ragged As Road. He will tour with Cochrane in support of same for the next two years.
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B-9) What can you tell me about Tom's setup?
Tom uses Pearl drums (BLX, SEGOIA RED) 10",12",13",16",22". Pearl free floating snare w/Canwood Maple Shell. Pearl Free Flo.Piccolo snare w/Canwood maple shell. Pearl Drum rack & Pearl hardware. Sabian cymbals (crash, ride & fusion hats). Zildjian Splashes & Chinese cymbals. Paiste Chinese cymbals.
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B-11) What can you tell me about Gene's setup?
Tenor Sax: Selmer Super Action 80
w/ Bobby Dukoff D6 metal mouthpiece (stock ligature)
#4 Rico Plasticover reeds

Alto Sax: HCouf Superba
w/ Bobby Dukoff D6 hard rubber mouthpiece (stock ligature)
#3 1/2 Rico Plasticover reeds

Baritone Sax: Amati Kraslice (low A)
w/ Eugene Rousseau Jazz mouthpiece (stock ligature)
#3 Rico Plasticover reeds

C Melody Sax: Boucher (1927) w/ stock mouthpiece/ligature

Saws: Sandvik Stradivarius, Mastercraft Tempered Steel, Home Hardware, Sandvik Wood Saw w/french bass bow, various mallets and hammer

Trumpet: Blessing B flat w/10 1/2C mouthpiece, Harmon mute

Violin: Zimmerman Amazing Electric Violin w/ stock bow.

Mics: Audio Technica ATM35 clip-on condenser, Sennheiser 441u3.
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B-12) What can you tell me about Chris Brown's setup? Clavinet: Honer Clavinet Pianet Pedals: Crybaby Wahwah, DDL pedal
Piano: Roland Digital Piano
Trombone: Blessing Trombone w/stock mouthpiece
Organ: 1967 Hammond L-100 and Leslie
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B-13) What can you tell me about Chris Miller's setup?
Amp: Fender Super Reverb Amp
Guitar: Les Paul Gold Top
Pedals:
Picks:
Strings:
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B-14) What can you tell me about Jason's setup?
Amp:
Guitar:
Pedals:
Picks:
Strings:
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B-15) What can you tell me about Dave's setup? Alto: Bundy/Selmer Student Model Piano: Roland Digital Piano (Dave's is white, that's how you can tell onstage when Brown uses his) SECTION C - Album Info
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C-1) How many albums do the Bourbons have?
There are 5 albums by the Bourbons however only 3 are still available. You can find bootlegs of "A First Taste of Bourbon" and "If Hell Had a Houseband" floating around.

A First Taste of Bourbon
(independent 1985) deleted

  • Bad
  • Destruction
  • Work

    If Hell Had a Houseband
    (independent 1987) deleted

  • Decomposition Blues
  • Ain't It Better To Ignite Than To Explode
  • Just Can't Seem To Get My Poor Self Together
  • Stanley (Make 'Em Laugh)
    When Dave Wall joined in 1988; his voice & one of his songs, entitled
  • Do You Believe
    were added to the tracks.

    Sister Anthony
    (Applaud The Potato 1990 / re-issued on CD by Yonder Records 1995)

  • Worms
  • The Down
  • Defy My Love
  • Death is the Great Awakener
  • Nothing
  • Now That We Have Your Attention I'd Like To Point Out A Couple Of Things
  • Solitude Mama
  • The Little Vagabond
    remastered CD reissue bonus tracks:
  • Put Your Head On
    This track enjoyed considerable video play upon it's inital release and a second life when it appeared in Bruce McDonald's film "Highway 61". Other than a small run of 'cassingles' and the film soundtrack, this song has never been commercially available.
    This track was produced by Bob Wiseman.
  • As Right As They Want to Be (Truth Groove)
    A live recording from The Pheonix Concert Theatre 1993 with Ani and Andy on percussion.

    Superiour Cackling Hen (SONY Music Canada 1992 / YONDER Records 1994)

  • Grow
  • Ain't It Better To Ignite Than to Explode?
  • Waiting in a Hurry
  • Asleep at the Wheel
  • My New Thing
  • Afterglow
  • Original Grin
  • Make Amends
  • Build Me A Box
  • You Can Come From Here
  • Two Clowns
  • Rude Groove
  • Song for Sam and Richard (Oh, The Beauty)

    Shy Folk (Yonder Records 1995)

  • Love Like Nothing
  • Be My Witness
  • One More Time
  • Lose the Apple/In a Salient Way
  • Decomposition Blues
  • Simple
  • All Peace
  • Overjoyed
  • Bring it On
  • When all the Shy Folk Finally Get it On
  • By The Time

    Lost track

  • We Can't Wait
    was dropped from album during mastering

    NEW ALBUM
    (working title) Other's People's Heavens (release Spring1996?)

  • Supply and Demand
  • Becoming And Forgetting
  • Letter to the Editor
  • The Sheriff
  • Silent Bell
  • Pieces
  • Prisoners Of Yesterday
    Note: These are tenative and rumoured
    Some lyrics are currently available - see home page

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    C-2) Mail ordering albums. Can it be done?.
    All of the Bourbons product is available from Yonder Records by mail order or by phone
    MAIL ORDER:

    Sister Anthony - CD and cassette
    $10 U.S. for the cass. (s & h incl)
    $20 U.S. for the C.D. (s & h incl)

    Superiour Cackling Hen - CD and cassette
    $10 U.S. for the cass. (s & h incl)
    $20 U.S. for the C.D. (s & h incl)

    Shy Folk - CD and cassette
    $10 U.S. for the cass. (s & h incl)
    $20 U.S. for the C.D. (s & h incl)

    Mail certified cheque or international money order to:
    YONDER Records
    Box 17, Station "P"
    Toronto, Ontario CANADA
    M5S 2S6
    Or you can order your BTC albums BY PHONE (call for prices)
    In Canada & USA call toll free:
    1800-JOE RADIO
    Visa, MC, AMEX accepted. No C.O.D. orders please.
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    C-3) Do they have a record deal?.
    Technically no. The band had an agreement with Sony Music Canada to press & distribute Superiour Cackling Hen in Canada. They have since terminated that agreement and have taken to running the whole show themselves. Yonder Records was set up to deal with distribution of Bourbon Tabernacle Choir and David Wall albums. They are just beginning to shop around in the US.
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    C-4) What solo albums are available?
    Dave Wall - "Lozenge" available through. mail order from Yonder Records
    Chris Brown w/ Don't Talk Dance -"Don't Talk Dance" from Warner Bros.
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    C-5) Will there be a live album?
    There have been rumblings about a live album but nothing has ever been confirmed. At one point I heard talk of a potential live album on vinyl for mail order only. On the re-release of Sister Anthony there is a live version of "As Right As They Want to Be". It was recorded at the Phoenix on December 19, 1993. At the end before they fade out, Ani DeFranco and her drummer Andy Stochanski do a djambe drum jam with Gregor before going into Grow. Unfortunately, the album cuts at the start of the jam. It was officially Andrew Whiteman's last Toronto show but a surprise Horseshoe gig on December 23 proved to be his final performance and luckily a tape of the entire show exists thanks to Andrew Zwingenberger.
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    C-6) What other albums do the Bourbons play on?

    The Bourbon Taberbernacle Choir:
    -Borowed Tunes (A Tribute to Neil Young) w/ The Rheostatics.
    "Everybody Knows this is Nowhere"
    -Highway 61 (soundtrack) "Put Your Head On".
    -N 49 MIDEM compilation (Volume 2) "Love Like Nothing".
    -Freak Trade (independent film sountrack) "Ain't It Better To Ignite Than To Explode.
    -CIRPA MIDEM Canadian Sampler CD "Worms)
    -Intrepid INDIE-CAN '89 compilation "Just Can't Seem To Get My Poor Self Together"

    Dave Wall:
    Don't Talk Dance - Don't Talk Dance
    Big Sugar - Big Sugar
    500 Pounds - Big Sugar

    Gene Hardy:
    Gordon - Barenaked Ladies
    Big Sugar - Big Sugar
    500 Pounds - Big Sugar
    Whale Music (the soundtrack) - Rheostatics
    Whale Music (the album) - Rheostatics
    Introducing Happiness - Rheostatics
    Don't Talk Dance - Don't Talk Dance
    Carl Strigg Sings The Classics - Carl Strigg
    Bob Wiseman -
    Tony Wilkinson - Cafe Coda
    Terez Montcalm - Risque
    Pandas - Corky And The Juice Pigs
    Lozenge - Dave Wall
    Trombone Chromosome - The Hopping Penguins
    Dining Out - Caddilac Bill & The Creeping Bent (two crucial bars)
    Pardon Beggars - ?
    Fear Of Zen - Andrew Whiteman
    Hot Hazy and Human - Sheltering Sky
    Bruce Rathie Band - Outlaw Survival
    Aaron Keele - And His Contingent Of Rhythm & Blues All-Stars
    Give Me Just A Little More Time/Lovin' Ways - Harrison Kennedy
    new Grahame Kirkland album (release date TBA)
    Tequila Mockingbirds (release date TBA)
    White Elephant (release date TBA)
    Talesin - Talesin
    Growlin' The Blues - The Bear
    Born On A Pirate Ship -Barenaked Ladies (to be released in Feb 96)

    Jason Mercer:
    Don't Talk Dance - Don't Talk Dance
    new album - Ru- Drakie (release date TBA)
    Gordon - Barenaked Ladies
    Four Long Seasons - Monkey Trial
    Veda Hille - new album (spring release)

    Kate Fenner:
    Not A Pretty Girl - Ani DiFranco
    The Circle Game soundtrack with Big Sugar
    Borrowed Tunes (A Tribute to Neil Young) "When We Dance" w/ Big Sugar
    Don't Talk Dance - Don't Talk Dance

    Chris Brown:
    Don't Talk Dance - Don't Talk Dance
    Whale Music (The Album) - Rheostatics
    Whale Music (The soundtrack) - Rheostatics
    Introducing Happiness - Rheostatics
    Ani DiFranco - Out Of Range

    Chris Miller:
    Kyp Harness - ?
    Jody Richardson - ?
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    SECTION D - Live
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    D-1) Where can I find tour dates?
    You can find tour dates on the Net by checking the Web site, e-mailing btc@io.org with the words "send tour dates" in the subject header or monitor alt.music.canada, alt.music.bourbontc for dates.
    There is a telephone hotline number located in NYC.
    212-726-8484
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    D-2) How can I get tickets?
    Tickets are usually available at the door of the show. However, shows tend to sell out, especially Vancouver's Town Pump (who have a web site) or Commodore Ballroom shows. So get there early. There is no ticket mail order.
    Occasionally the band holds ticket contests for people on the Net.
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    D-3) What/When are the ticket draws?
    The band often gives up a pair of tickets for important shows (New Year's, Town Pump or Commodore shows) to Net folks. A posting will be made to alt.music.canada and alt.music.bourbontc with instructions. The band has also made a standing offer to American fans that for any American show a pair of tickets will always be available. These are on a first-come-first-serve< basis by emailing your name, email and show you would like to attend to BTC@IO.ORG.
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    D-4) How can I find setlists?
    My next big project is archiving set lists. Look for it soon.
    Anyone who can secure a set list from the band on the night of a show is encouraged to post it to btc@io.org or alt.music.bourbontc.
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    D-5) When are the Bourbons coming to Europe?
    There have been several plans to tour England and vicinity. The band is very anxious to get over there. There is nothing concrete yet although a recent distribution offer may help. If anyone has suggestions for venues or other info, an e-mail messege can be forwarded to the band.
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    SECTION E - Taping Info
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    E-1) Can I tape Bourbons shows?
    The band allows taping of their shows from behind the soundboard.
    Any problems at the door should be directed to Gene Hardy or Lurch (sound man)
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    E-2) Can I plug into the soundboard?
    The band's sound man is named Lurch. He has pretty much outlawed board patches because they were becoming a hassle. So mics only please. Sorry.
    Helpful hint: Lurch likes M&M's.
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    E-3) Taping rules
    All taping must be done behind or beside the soundboard. Please do not ask Lurch for tapes, power supply, patch cords, adaptors or mics.
    If you are taping, come prepared.
    No mic stands over 7 ft in bars, 10 ft outdoors.
    Anyone caught selling tapes will be tarred and feathered and denied admittance from future shows.
    Before you tape your first tape please add all 3 of the band's commercial product to your collection.
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    E-5) What tapes are out there?
    There are many BTC bootlegs floating around. The earliest tapes I've heard are from The Wetlands shows in NYC 1991, when the band opened for the Spin Doctors. There are good versions of 12/23/94, 01/27/95, 11/2?/94, 12/10/94, and 12/31/94 around.
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    E-6) Song Abbreviations
    Here are some common abbreviations for songs

    Ignite = Ain't it Better to Ignite Then to Explode
    Truth Groove = As Right as they Want to be
    Shy Folk = When the Shy Folk Finally Get it On
    Witness = Be My Witness
    Decomp = Decomposition Blues
    Box = Build Me A Box
    Becoming = Becoming & Forgetting
    Friend = One More Friend
    Lose = Lose The Apple
    Asleep = Asleep At The Wheel
    Beauty = Song For Sam & Richard
    Waiting = Waiting In A Hurry
    Grin = Original Grin
    Defy = Defy My Love
    Solitude Time = Solitude Mama
    A flat = Now That We've Got Your Attention I'd Like To Point Out A Couple Of Things
    Put= Put your Head On
    Sheriff= I Live Next Door to The Sheriff
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