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Lonely - Tom Waits - Closing Time (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Lonely - Tom Waits - Closing Time (CD, Album)

  1. Why do you have to “remaster” the CD’s. I haven’t had this CD in a long time as it was lost years ago. But when i repurchased it, the sound of Tom Waits is without that wonderful hollow sound of his voice. That is essential to his character. It almost sounds tinny. /5(67).
  2. Listen free to Tom Waits – Closing Time (Ol' 55, I Hope That I Don't Fall in Love With You and more). 12 tracks (). Tom Waits' debut album is a minor-key masterpiece filled with songs of late-night loneliness. Within the apparently narrow range of the cocktail bar pianistics and muttered vocals, Waits and producer Jerry Yester manage a surprisingly broad collection of styles, from.
  3. Watch the video for Lonely from Tom Waits's Closing Time for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube. Playback options From The Album. Play album Closing Time. Tom Waits. , listeners. 2 more albums featuring this track.
  4. Tom Waits's first album "Closing Time" is appropriately titled, because it perfectly captures the mood of the bar between - a.m. during last call. This is one of the definitive late night listening discs in my CD collection, and if I had a dollar for every time I've slipped this one on after a night at the bars I could quit my day job/5().
  5. Closing Time tends to be the album that Tom Waits fans avoid because it doesn’t sound much like Tom Waits. Personally I love it. Closing Time has a hazy, booze-soaked, country-jazz feel to it, but you can probably jump to that conclusion by the artwork alone.
  6. Tom Waits' debut album is a minor-key masterpiece filled with songs of late-night scapvesbankfunkpufetikcudinmecurha.co his chosen narrow range of the cocktail bar pianistics and muttered vocals, Waits and producer Jerry Yester manage to deliver a surprisingly broad collection of styles, from the jazzy "Virginia Avenue" to the uptempo off-kilter funkiness of "Ice Cream Man.".
  7. Millions of spellbound witnesses to Tom's nocturnal visions were born with the release of Closing Time. Ol' 55 (covered by the Eagles) joins the heartbroken Martha ; the muted trumpets of Virginia Avenue; Midnight Lullaby, and the album-closing title track; the vintage bounce of Ice Cream Man ; the gentle acoustic folk of I Hope That I Don't Fall in Love with You, and more from the top of.
  8. Lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely eyes, lonely face, lonely lonely in your place. Lonely, lonely, lonely eyes, lonely face, lonely lonely in your place. I thought that I knew all that there was to, lonely, lonely, lonely Melanie Jane, won't feel the pain. Lonely, lonely, lonely eyes, lonely eyes, lonely lonely .
  9. Singer/songwriter/pianist Tom Waits is more than a chip off the Randy Newman block. Though he sounds like a boozier, earthier version of same and delights in rummaging through the attics of nostalg.

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