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9 thoughts on “ Underground - Tom Waits - Swordfishtrombones (CD, Album)

  1. "Swordfishtrombones" sets the trajectory for Waits' career ever after. Whatever did happen, if Waits ever quits hopefully he can give it to someone else. Powerfully stirring ineffable tones.
  2. My InterpretationThis (being the first track on Swordfishtrombones) actually marks the turning point in Tom Waits' music moves from his early style to his later, more Waitsian Tom Waits is an underground musician afterall jpron May 05, Link.
  3. A stylistic change for Tom Waits in the first of a trilogy of albums from The incomparable gravel voice is backed by a wide range of instrumentation and an eclectic mix of styles, including spoken word on "Frank's Wild Years"/5().
  4. The first in a trilogy of classic albums (including Rain Dogs and Frank’s Wild Years), Swordfishtrombones was Tom Waits' original experiment with his .
  5. Listen to your favorite songs from Swordfishtrombones by Tom Waits Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  6. After a decade as a boozy beatnik piano singer who liked to run his mouth off, Tom Waits re-emerged in with a nearly brand new approach. Part Captain Beefheart/ Howlin’ Wolf blues, part field-holler, part Salvation Army-junkyard band, Waits took a decisive step into the guttural underground to which he’d always paid a sentimental homage.
  7. Swordfishtrombones is album by American singer-songwriter Tom Waits, his eighth since his debut Closing Time in It was the first album that Waits produced himself. Stylistically different from his previous albums, Swordfishtrombones moves away from the piano and string orchestra arrangements of the late s, replacing them with /5(37).
  8. There's a world going on, underground. They're alive, they're awake, while the rest of world is asleep. Swordfishtrombones is a album by Tom Waits. In many ways "Swordfishtrombones" was a New Sound Album.

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