Tom Waits - Tales For The Audience 2 album flac
1999 - 2010 В 1999 году получил очередную премию Грэмми за успешный альбом Mule Variations.
2011 - 2017 14 марта 2011 года был включен в Зал славы рок-н-ролла.
Tales From The Underground Volume 1. 1996. The End Of Violence - OST, Конец Насилия - Саундтрек. VA - The Old Grey Whistle Test - 40th Anniversary Album. The Ramones Heard Them Here First.
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Tom Waits - Tom Waits – Alice (Canadian Bootleg) (1999). Lossless Audio Bootlegs. 4. 11-19-2016 11:08 AM. The Doors: In The Audience: 1968. Lossy Audio Bootlegs. 13. 01-09-2014 01:47 PM. Tom Waits - Tales From The Underground 5 cds + bonus.
The discography of the American rock musician Tom Waits spans five decades. It consists of 16 studio albums, 3 live albums, 7 compilation albums, 24 singles and 2 soundtracks. Waits has also released one video album and 11 music videos. Waits's debut release was the 1973 single "Ol' '55", which was the lead single for his debut album Closing Time (1973). He began recording in 1971, but these first sessions would not be released until the beginning of the 1990s
Thomas Alan Waits (born December 7, 1949) is an American singer, songwriter, musician, composer, and actor. His music is characterized by his distinctive deep, gravelly voice and lyrics focusing on the underside of society. During the 1970s, he worked primarily in jazz, but since the 1980s his music has reflected greater influence from blues, vaudeville, and experimental genres.
Tom Waits – Tom Traubert’s Blues. 3 Step Right Up. Like a scenario from the pages of Bukowski’s Factotum, at the end of the 1960s Tom Waits was living out of his car and working on the door of an LA nightclub called The Heritage. There, he was able to bide his time, reading endless Kerouac and scribbling down the jive-ass phraseology of characters frequenting the nightspot, charged up on endless coffee and cigarettes. His wife Kathleen Brennan once said Waits’s songs fall into two categories, grim reapers and grand weepers, while the man himself whittled it down to three categories when he released his album Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards in 2006. Waits’s bluesy Way Down in the Hole introduced him to a wider audience when it was used as the theme to The Wire in 2002, as Heartattack and Vine had when Levis used Screamin’ Jay Hawkins’ version for a campaign nine years earlier.
Biography by Thom Jurek. A neo-beatnik songwriter who grew weirder and wilder in the '80s, earning a cult following that only grew larger as the years passed. The Early Years, Vol. 2. See Full Discography.
|1-1||Tango Till They're Sore|
|1-2||Hang Down Your Head|
|1-6||Picture In A Frane|
|1-7||I Can't Wait To Get Off Work|
|1-8||House Where Nobody Lives|
|1-9||Get Behind The Mule|
|1-11||What's He Builing|
|2-1||A Little Rain|
|2-4||Jesus Gonna Be Here|
|2-6||Choclate Jesus (Versions 2 & 3)|
|2-7||Tango Till They're Sore|
|2-8||Hang Down Your Head|
|2-10||Murder In The Red Barn*|
|2-11||Big In Japan**|
|2-12||Take It With Me**|
|2-13||I Don't Wanna Grow Up***|
|2-14||Low Side Of The Road***|
|2-15||Fish In The Jailhouse***|