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Tom Wax - ...And Then It Hit Me! (Vinyl)

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Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Genre Electronic. The singer had no objections to the cop show; he did, however, take umbrage with Levis, forcing the brand to make a grovelling apology in Billboard magazine after he took them through the European courts. Car manufacturers Audi in Spain and Opel in Scandinavia have also found themselves embroiled in costly litigation over the use of his music.

Johnsburg, Illinois has no intention of reinventing the wheel, however, and what a treat it is, one so tantalisingly short that you want to put it on again and again. Commencing with a Gallic accordion flourish, it tangos along with the pinched staccato guitar notes of longtime collaborator Marc Ribot, perhaps best exemplifying that Waitsian sound.

Rain Dogs is also catchy as hell, in a stealthy kind of a way. Each repetition of that phrase is a purging act of release. Suddenly, in , he was becoming more bellicose, more lyrically direct and more overtly political, too.

You suspect that after he quit drinking in the mids, the Tom Waits caricature became ever more grotesque, a kind of inverse and publicly decaying Dorian Gray, while the contented family man got to bring up his children and continue romancing his wife. Location: Portugal. SergioRZ , Mar 3, Vinyl Dude and DavidFell like this. Location: Amstelveen NL. I disagree with Sergio about the audiophile labels. They are NOT adventurous. Cannot blame them because it usually doesn't sell, so they resort to rereleasing another version of the 'definitive' Doors on 45 rpm again.

RyanGoldschlager and Crazyhorse11 like this. Actually in my experience the market difference isn't so clear I've seen a lot of people that spend thousands on their turntables, and then buy these crappy vinyl LP's and think they are listening to the good stuff. People who clearly had the money and will to get much better LP's, and they don't because they simply have no clue True story No where to be seen.

Stay with Me appears to be hard to find, and goes for a little money. This is Billie Holiday we're talking about! So Wax Time finally got around to reissuing Velvet Mood. The other two are still no shows? It's maddening. So if a budget label finally gets around to reissuing these, people will jump on them, because meanwhile the big guys are working on their 45 RPM double LP reissues of Lady in Satin again.

I'm not saying the budget labels are a good thing, but at this point they're giving the "common" fans what they want.

Who listens to music like this? Three songs, flip. Three songs, flip, repeat. It's crazy. But I wildly digress Nathan Aaron , Mar 4, Still, you see it over here too, SHtv members love to discuss the same titles over and over again.

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They didn’t want me to do that one, because it was the only song that hadn’t been a hit, but I insisted.” Moulton’s reworking of MFSB’s “Love Is the Message” became the breakout tune from ’s Philadelphia Classics album and a bona fide timeless disco anthem is a testament to Moulton’s ear and ingenuity—and a new electric.

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  1. Tygohn says:
    Oct 25,  · Personally remastered by Waits himself, with a “new remixed” version of Real Gone. Seven Tom Waits albums are being reissued on vinyl, starting this December via his label ANTI-Records, reports Consequence of Sound. Originally released on ANTI-Records between and , Waits remastered the LPs with musical and life collaborator Kathleen Brennan. The albums include .
  2. Daijora says:
    Explore releases from Tom Wax at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Tom Wax at the Discogs Marketplace.
  3. Malalmaran says:
    Apr 03,  · I just recently purchased the Buddy Holly LPs on the Wax Time label (The Chirping Crickets and Buddy Holly, here called "The Second Album" also), and the sound quality is outstanding!I compared it to a new pressing of Holly's Greatest Hits which was released last year on a European label, and the sound is night and day. The Wax Time ones remind me of the sound I get from the original .
  4. Melkis says:
    The Tom & Norman adventure resulted in the mega club hit "Tales of Mystery" and climaxed in the release of the Final Exhibition album. The following year, Wax was again working with Adler and the two made quite a storm on the European dance scene under the moniker AWeX (or Adler and Wax .
  5. Dajar says:
    Mar 11,  · No where to be seen. I mean, to this day (to my knowledge) there are no reissues for Stay with Me or The Last Recording. Stay with Me appears to be hard to find, and goes for a little money. This is Billie Holiday we're talking about! So Wax Time finally got around to reissuing Velvet Mood. The other two are still no shows? It's maddening.
  6. Mutilar says:
    Dec 15,  · Tom Waits’ “Nighthawks at the Diner” is one of the 15 records you should own. (Photo by Cyrus McCrimmon/The Denver Post) Note: This is an updated version of a part of our vinyl .
  7. Mikam says:
    Jul 28,  · Call me crazy (and you wouldn't be the first!) but when I spend $25 or $50 on a gram reissue, I want to know the source used and who did the cutting, plating and pressing. Don't you? But we don't get that vital information as often as we'd like, do we? We do get it from certain labels, like Mobile Fidelity, ORG, ORG Music, Analogue Productions, Music Matters, IMPEX, Mosaic, Rhino, Pure.
  8. Nikonos says:
    Official Tom Waits merch and music. Due to the risks of Coronavirus in the community around southern California and strict adherence to CDC guidelines to keep .

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