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Corbett Vs. Dempsey

CHADBOURNE, EUGENE - Therell Be No Tears Tonight

2016 release. "A reissue of Eugene Chadbournes Therell Be No Tears Tonight, originally released by Parachute in 1980. One of the absolute essentials of Eugene Chadbournes oeuvre, what he described as "free improvised country and western bebop", featuring his frantic, skewed interpretations of classic songs such as Merle Haggards "Swingin Doors", Roger Millers "The Last Word In Lonesome Is Me", and Willie Nelsons "Mr. Record Man", Therell Be No Tears Tonight was recorded in Spring of 1980. Its lineup includes Chadbourne on acoustic and electric guitar and voice, Tom Cora on cello, John Zorn on saxophones, clarinet, and birdcalls, David Licht on percussion, with another set of songs featuring Doctor Chad on electric dobro and singing, with Scott Manring on lap steel and lap dobro, Robbie Link on acoustic bass, Dennis Licht on percussion, and David Licht on drum set. For the guitarists solo "Johnny Paycheck" medley alone, this would be worth the price of admission, but the whole show is built on lightning fast juxtaposition and hilarious interjection. Though it was reissued on CD, its been out of print for years. Here it is given the royal treatment, with a facsimile cover, new photos from the sessions, remastered from original tapes, and an additional 26-minute track titled "Richmond Dobro Massacre". In this deluxe reissue, "Tears" remains one of the best free song outings ever made and is an absolute must for every home." - Corbett Vs. Dempsey

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