"This was nothing to do with me at all - it was something they did before they came to Rockfield. I know I'm credited with the keyboards, but I didn't play them on that! I think Reni played the piano, Ian played the violin, and John was playing the mandolin. It was something they did late one night when they were with John Leckie and he'd wandered in with his DAT player - it was just a bit of a joke, I think. I don't think it was supposed to be found that easily -- it was supposed to shock people who'd left their CD playing while they were studying or whatever. The working title was 'The Foz' - well, I say working title...that was what was written on the box, anyway..." - Simon Dawson. Supposedly the name is a compound of "folk" and "jazz."
The track follows a long string of empty 4 second tracks on the CD and appears as track 42 or 90, depending on the version of the album.
How to find it: Go directly to track #42 or #90, depending on the version
Submitted by: purvisxiii