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    Quote Originally Posted by elgars ghost View Post
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    Pentangle never released a bad album in their original incarnation - this one stands out for me because it most of the material is particularly downbeat and eerie.
    Played a couple albums last night for the first time in a few years. I love this stuff. I still haven't heard their first album. And I'd like to pick up the double live CD they recorded many years later. It's too bad Jansch and Renbourn are both gone. They were fixtures of the British folk/acoustic music scene for my entire life.
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    Tom Waits - Orphans, 3CD (2006)

    First listen. Edgy, but pretty astounding.

    Orphans_-_Brawlers,_Bawlers_&_********_(Tom_Waits_album_-_cover_art).jpg
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    The Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet. Let it Bleed directs you to Play this Loud. This one should say Play this Louder. Some of Keith’s finest moments on multiple types of guitars and great Lyrics from Mick all the way through... it’s here and then it’s gone.... I got No Expectations to pass through here again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by joen_cph View Post
    Tom Waits - Orphans, 3CD (2006)

    First listen. Edgy, but pretty astounding.

    Orphans_-_Brawlers,_Bawlers_&_********_(Tom_Waits_album_-_cover_art).jpg
    I love that!!! Especially CD2. One of my absolute favorite Tom Waits, and I have them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjetil Heggelund View Post
    I love that!!! Especially CD2. One of my absolute favorite Tom Waits, and I have them all.
    I've got five Waits CD titles, but have mostly just begun digging into them ...

    WAITS, Tom:”The Heart of Saturday Night” CD (1974)
    WAITS, Tom:”Swordfishtrombones” CD (1983)
    WAITS, Tom:”Rain Dogs” CD (1984)
    WAITS, Tom:”Mule Variations” CD (1999)
    WAITS, Tom:”Orphans” 3CD (2006)

    It's possible to find them here quite inexpensively at second-hand sales, the general public is really turning to streaming these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joen_cph View Post
    I've got five Waits CD titles, but have mostly just begun digging into them ...

    WAITS, Tom:”The Heart of Saturday Night” CD (1974)
    WAITS, Tom:”Swordfishtrombones” CD (1983)
    WAITS, Tom:”Rain Dogs” CD (1984)
    WAITS, Tom:”Mule Variations” CD (1999)
    WAITS, Tom:”Orphans” 3CD (2006)

    It's possible to dig them up here quite inexpensively at second-hand sales, the general public is really getting into streaming these days.
    I have 23 I think. I'm almost a Tom Waits blood fan I guess. Don't really listen to him so much now, but all my CD's have been played regularly for 30 years or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjetil Heggelund View Post
    I have 23 I think. I'm almost a Tom Waits blood fan I guess. Don't really listen to him so much now, but all my CD's have been played regularly for 30 years or so.
    Any other favourites among them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joen_cph View Post
    Any other favourites among them?
    I usually say that Frank's Wild Years from 1987 is my favorite.

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    Joen, you've got some good Waits titles. If you enjoy the earlier period a la Saturday Night, you'll probably enjoy Small Change, Blue Valentine, and Heart Attack and Vine. Alice, and Frank's Wild Years are also recommended for his later style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjetil Heggelund View Post
    I usually say that Frank's Wild Years from 1987 is my favorite.

    Good to know, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    Joen, you've got some good Waits titles. If you enjoy the earlier period a la Saturday Night, you'll probably enjoy Small Change, Blue Valentine, and Heart Attack and Vine. Alice, and Frank's Wild Years are also recommended for his later style.
    Thank you, will keep an extra eye for them.

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    Chamber Cabaret Jazz...maybe.




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