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Eugene Chadbourne and Paul Lovens: Patrizio

Subtitled “A Suite To The Waiters Of The World,” here fretted instrument maniac Chadbourne vents his craziness with the help of a steel-bodied Dobro, an electric guitar, a five-string banjo, and his partner, who plays drums and violin from a similar mind set. With “song” titles like “Johnny Won Ton And Donna Ly,” “Second Serving Of Snail,” and “Acid Disco Stomach,” a strong vein of humor runs throughout. (It recalls this joke: During a break, a listener comments to a musician, “Do you know you were drooling when you were onstage?” “Know it ? Hell, I wrote it,” the musician exclaims.)

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