Local notes from Phil Morton, `During the Frakture years (1998-2014) in Liverpool we presented Eugene Chadbourne three times, and if asked to select my top ten memories from the those 500 concerts and counting, in there would be the name Eugene Chadbourne. As noted above he is a master of several diferent voices, the banjo playing, the `free improv guitar`, the amplified rake, the political commentaries, and memorable songs that pull me deeper into subject matters just when you are laughing at that last joke. One piece `the piano no-one ever plays` evokes an Elanor Rigby state of being and sensitivity that will remain with me, so too the the ascerbic splatter that resonates in my working class scouser cynicism/realism -` everywhere we go, me and my amigos, playing `feel good music for f****d up people` || maybe he did not sing that, it maybe a false memory, but I remain listeing forward to another special night, a trip to undiscovered emotions and notions: big thanks to Alex Scott, who brought this to my attention `
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