Slaughter Joe
British record producer
Slaughter Joe
Slaughter Joe aka Joe Foster is a musical artist, record producer, historian, and an actor. Along with Alan McGee and Dick Green, he had formed Creation Records in 1983. He set up the Kaleidoscope Sound label in the mid 1980s, and Creation's subsidiary label Rev-Ola Records in the early 1990s. McGee, Foster and Green were also in the band Biff Bang Pow.
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Angry graziers work to fight ban - The West Australian
Google News - almost 6 years
Mr Burton said this would mean working with Indonesia to introduce the national livestock identification tag system, allowing producers to track each beast from paddock to truck, ship to feedlot and eventually to slaughter. Joe Ross, of Bunuba Cattle
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Продюсер Jesus and Mary Chain, Primal Scream, My Bloody Valentine Joe Foster ... - Комсомольская правда
Google News - almost 6 years
Slaughter Joe или Joe Foster, продюссер таких всемирно известных групп, как Jesus and Mary Chain, Primal Scream, My Bloody Valentine, один из основателей The Television Personalities, владелец двух звукозаписывающих фирм Rev-Ola Records и PoppyDisc
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The Yankee From Oklahoma
NYTimes - almost 26 years
MY FAVORITE SUMMER 1956 By Mickey Mantle and Phil Pepe. Illustrated. 246 pp. New York: Doubleday. $18.95. On a late spring day in Flatbush in the 50's a kid could hear the Giants, the Yankees or the Dodgers while he rode his bike along the block. From radios on porches or stoops, or from inside, near open windows, he could hear how they swung or
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BIG FARMS TO GET HUGE U.S. SUBSIDIES
NYTimes - over 30 years
A single California farming operation will collect $20 million in Federal subsidies this year, one of many multimillion-dollar payments the Government is expected to make in the struggle for the United States to regain its former dominance in farm exports. ''Multimillion-dollar payments in rice and cotton will not be uncommon,'' Robert Thompson,
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    THIRTIES
  • 2003
    In 2003, he put out Zé Do Caixão which is a compilation of his past work on Rev-Ola featuring Dave Musker (ex-Television Personalities and The Jasmine Minks), Tony Barber (ex-Buzzcocks) and Francis Sweeney (from The June Brides).
    More Details Hide Details Foster is noted for producing the The Jesus and Mary Chain, Primal Scream', and My Bloody Valentine. He also produced records for many others, including the X-Men, The Jasmine Minks, The Loft, Felt, The Sea Urchins, The Bounty Hunters, Dave Kusworth, 18 Wheeler, Razorcuts, I, Ludicrous, Captain Soul, and The Creation among others. Foster formed Rev-Ola Records, which primarily re-issues cult records by the likes of Fred Neil and Yma Sumac. He continues to run the label, which is currently a part of the PoppyDisc group. He has recently worked with and has released records by Eugene Kelly, BMX Bandits, Norman Blake, The Fine Arts Showcase, Zoe, Control Freak, The Cake, Roger Nicholls and a Small Circle of Friends, Evie Sands, The Wondermints, The Ecstasy of St. Theresa, The Telescopes and The Brian Jonestown Massacre and Richard Olsen.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1986
    As Slaughter Joe and the Modern Folk Quintet, he released All Around My Hobby Horse's Head in 1986 on Kaleidoscope Sound.
    More Details Hide Details In 1990, saw the release Pied Piper of Feedback on Creation Records.
  • 1983
    Along with Alan McGee and Dick Green, he had formed Creation Records in 1983.
    More Details Hide Details He set up the Kaleidoscope Sound label in the mid 1980s, and Creation's subsidiary label Rev-Ola Records in the early 1990s. McGee, Foster and Green were also in the band Biff Bang Pow. Along with school friends Edward Ball, Dan Treacy, and John and Gerard Bennett, Foster was a founding member of The Television Personalities. He went on to play in Biff Bang Pow, and in numerous other bands.
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