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Performer: Eugene Chadbourne
Genre: Jazz / Rock / Audio files
Title: Communication Is Over Rated
Style: Sound Art, Field Recording, Avantgarde, Experimental
FLAC version ZIP size: 1422 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1503 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1135 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 440
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This is a very strange overlapping of two distinct works, Chasin' the Captain Jack and Communication Is Over-Rated. The first one is a suite created in 1994-1995 as a tribute to American Indians. It features Chris Turner on harmonica, Walter Malli on saxophone, and Jimmy Carl Black on voice, and a bit of drums. A long-winded piece, it goes through about everything possible between Cherokee war songs and multi-tracked guitar improvisations. This testimony was first released in 2000 over a "greatest hits" of Chadbourne's anti-Nazi songs.

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The Zu Side of the Chadbourne. The Zu Side Of The Chadbourne is the second album by the Italian band Zu, featuring Roy Paci on trumpet and Eugene Chadbourne on guitar. The titles of the songs are obvious parodies of famous rock songs like Lucy in the sky with diamonds or Stairway to Heaven. The first song is a tribute to John Coltrane, and the last to Albert Ayler. Chadbourne In The Sky With Diamonds – 7:08. Somewhere Over The Chadbourne – 1:38. Porgy and Chadbourne – 6:47.

Somewhere Over the Chadbourne. Album starts at 109BPM, ends at BPM (-109), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Eugene Chadbourne. The Lost Eddie Chatterbox Session.

These "Ends to Slavery" Eugene Chadbourne refers to in his title are just that: the pieces he played to end his own cultural and musical slavery. The other element here is how inventive Chadbourne can make humor sound, as he does on the four-part suite "Symphony for Weirdness" that occurs in just over tes with scraped surfaces, feedback, pluck,s and plonks, rattling microphones, and even chewing food. It's funny, yes, but awesome, too.


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