[kj] Roll Call!!
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Sat Mar 3 18:37:28 EST 2018
First saw the Joke at Leeds uni in the early eighties..75p that launched a lifetime of amazing music
On 3 March 2018, at 20:39, Jari Pakarinen <jari.t.pakarinen at gmail.com> wrote:
Seeing joke for the first time was near the russian border in finland, 2009, outdoors, by a lake on a nice summer evening. Jaz was rambling something about the russia being so near (looking nervous and fearful, whether on purpose or not) and how "they" should release the ufo information already. I burst out laughing when he said that. Youth seemed to be amused also. Don't know who he was referring to with "they" though.
Strange and nice at the same time. The previous time they were in finland was 81 or 82 when i did not get to see them, as i did not even know about them then.
3.3.2018 21.23 "Paul Rangecroft" <paul.rangecroft at gmail.com> kirjoitti:
Yeah, discovering The Bum's Rush was a definite highlight... as was
hearing the MINOG single for the first time and thinking "Thank fuck
On 3/3/18, jpwhkj--- via Gathering <gathering at misera.net> wrote:
> Yes, agreed, finding stuff in those days was magical in a way that it just
> can't be now.
> Ha! was actually the first KJ record I bought, prompted by seeing them on C4
> & falling instantly in love with Pssyche.
> My favourite record fair memory is finding cassettes of The Bum's Rush
> (bootleg of a bootleg) and something titled Killing Joke In Dub (very
> different from the recent-ish triple CD), in er, 1986 I think.
> Best ever memory of KJ is hard to choose. Maybe seeing them do a soundcheck
> in 1989 (you've all heard the story, probably several times). Maybe
> listening to the 7" of Love Like Blood for the first time. Maybe the
> visceral sense of a band re-born when Extremities came out. Maybe seeing
> Youth on stage with them for the first time (for me) on the Pandemonium
> tour. Maybe that sweaty gig at the Underworld after years of drought. Or
> Astoria 1991: "This is for everyone who's gonna die in the Gulf.
> Or the Subterrania gig.
> Or my first ever Joke gig - Hammersmith Palais July 1983.
> Or the first time I heard Change.
> Actually - maybe it was the time Transmission played London (Rob & t'other
> Jamie were roadying) - first time I'd seen the original rhythm section on
> stage together, and I figured it would be the last.
> But there are plenty more to choose from...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Rangecroft <paul.rangecroft at gmail.com>
> To: A list about all things Killing Joke (the band!) <gathering at misera.net>
> Sent: Sat, 3 Mar 2018 15:45
> Subject: Re: [kj] Roll Call!!
> First gig/awesome gigs will always be special, of course, but I thinkI was
> happiest when I was just starting to get into them and pickingup all those
> non-albums tracks etc. at records fairs. There was nointernet so it was just
> records shops/fairs and Record Collectormagazine. Buying a single or 12",
> taking it home, and hearing thosetracks for the first time. Hard to pick one
> out but possibly Ha! if Ihad to. That may not seem rare to us now but back
> then it was likefinding treasure.On 3/3/18, The Stranger via Gathering
> <gathering at misera.net> wrote:> Fellow Gatherers,> Please share your fondest
> or strangest Killing Joke related memory. Whether> in a concert hall, on a
> city street or in your own bleedin’ head!!> Fire,>
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