With two critically successful albums under their belt, The Explorers Club are back with a tasty single, "No Good To Cry," recorded in October, 2012 in Atlanta, GA with their long-time producer Matt Goldman at the helm.
The song reaches back to 1967, when a young Al Anderson fronted his first recorded band, The Wildweeds. Al, of course, went on to big success as leader of the band NRBQ, and most recently a successful Nashville songwriter.
"No Good To Cry" was a magical song in the summer of '67, reaching the number one spot on the charts throughout New England, and charting on the national Billboard Top 100.
Although only a regional hit for the band, this updated take by the Explorers Club will bring the song to a much wider fan base, and the oldtimers who remember theier youth on the East Coast will revel as well.
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