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9 thoughts on “ Underground - Tom Waits - More Than Rain (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Jan 29,  · 9. Frank’s Wild Years () Often considered to be the concluding album of a trilogy of records that began with Swordfishtrombones and Rain Dogs, it lacks the unfettered enthusiasm of its predecessors. Frank’s Wild Years is an oddball of an album with horn breaks, walking bass, and a whole lot of cielimnahoubozycimortlogtiodapho.coinfo Waits’ voice expresses an impressive amount of flair and range, changing.
  2. Jul 03,  · JUNE: Vinyl of the Month – Tom Waits “Raindogs” This month’s featured record is Tom Waits eclectic sprawling masterpiece. The second album of a loose musical trilogy, it’s nineteen consistently great and evocative songs populated by a cast of oddballs, losers and freaks.
  3. Bass – Larry Taylor Vocals, Guitar, Tambourine – Tom Waits: A8: Please Wake Me Up Bass – Greg Cohen, Jay Anderson Horn [Baritone] – Ralph Carney Vocals, Keyboards [Melotron, Optigon] – Tom Waits: A9: Franks Theme Vocals, Organ [Pump] – Tom Waits: Act II B1: More Than Rain.
  4. TOM WAITS Alice LP Pressing Anti Records 1 Alternative Rock Vinyl $ Tom Waits~Blue Valentine~PROMO 1st press Asylum Record 6E Vinyl LP EX+.
  5. Jul 29,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group More Than Rain · Tom Waits Franks Wild Years ℗ UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: Producer: Tom Waits Composer Lyricist: Tom Waits.
  6. – Tom Waits: Whistlin' Past The Graveyard (Alternative Master, ) A4 – Tom Waits: Mr. Henry (From The "Bounced Checks" Compilation, ) A5 – Tom Waits: Downtown Train (Rain Dogs Album Version) A6 – Teddy Edwards and Tom Waits: I'm Not Your Fool Anymore: A7 – Thelonious Monster and Tom Waits: Adios Lounge: B1 – Tom Waits: Silent /5(5).
  7. Jan 17,  · I did a quick comparison of my copy of rain dogs on island vinyl and cd. The vinyl has more bass, while the cd has a pronounced boost around k (compared to the vinyl) that along with the lover bass level gives the cd a thinner sound. Other than the eq differences they sound very alike to my ears. It's a top album on any medium.
  8. Sep 23,  · Four albums in, Waits ups his ante. Note the punning title, because opening track Tom Traubert’s Blues (Four Sheets To The Wind In Copenhagen) marks a real shift in balladry, taking the Waltzing Matilda tune as a skeletal framework for an ambitious cantata. Rod Stewart covered this. Elsewhere the sultry Pasties And A G-String (At The Two O’Clock Club) and I Can’t Wait To Get Off .
  9. For more than twenty years, Tom Waits has chronicled the small wins and grotesque losses of the seedy underworld. Bone Machine, his first full-length studio album since Frank's Wild Years (), continues observing a world of deathly mysteries, half-baked gospel truths and secular ambitions. His drunken bluster to the fore, Waits tramples.

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