The Jazz June: Live at the Fireside Bowl, Chicago, IL (1998)

The Jazz June opens a Summer 1998 performance at Chicago’s Fireside Bowl with “His Statue Falls,” a song from their album “The Boom, The Motion, and The Music.”

The band performs “Signal,” a song re-released on their third album, “Breakdance Suburbia.” The song was originally released on their 7″ record “the necessary conditions of currents and signal” (along with the songs “Antiquated” and “Nothing”).

Both the “The Boom, The Motion, and The Music,” and “Breakdance Suburbia” are currently available on CD.  The band’s full catalogue of studio albums was re-released today by Universal Warning Records.  


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