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  Исполнитель(и) :
   Waits, Tom  (Guitar, Vocals)
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  Наименование CD :
   Foreign Affairs



Год издания : 1977

Компания звукозаписи : Asylum, (ru)

Музыкальный стиль : Album Rock, Singer/Songwriter

Время звучания : 42:08

  Комментарий (рецензия) :

CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Pop (Ballads)      

Tom Waits gave one side of his fifth album to his more structured, bluesy ballads and the other to his jazz raps. On side one, you got his duet with Bette Midler on the singles-bar dialogue "I Never Talk to Strangers" and his take on his Beat predecessors, Jack Kerouac and Neal Cassidy on "Jack Neal." On side two, you found the extended observations of "Potter's Field" and "Burma Shave." Waits' voice was becoming ever more gravelly, but his basic musical approach remained the same, and he had attracted a steady cult audience that enjoyed his verbal flights and boozy philosopher persona, even as critics began to complain that he was repeating himself. By the way, that's Waits' then-girlfriend, the then-unknown Rickie Lee Jones, on the cover with him.

- William Ruhlmann (All Music Guide)


  Соисполнители :

Bette Midler (Vocals)
Frank Vicari (Tenor Saxophone)
Gene Cipriano (Clarinet)
Jack Sheldon (Trumpet)
Jim Hughart (Bass)
Shelly Manne (Drums)


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   1 Cinny's Waltz         0:02:18 Waits
   2 Muriel     T       0:03:34 -"-
   3 I Never Talk To Strangers     T       0:03:39 -"-
   4 Medley: Jack And Neal: California Here I...         0:05:01 -"-
   5 A Sight For Sore Eyes     T       0:04:40 -"-
   6 Potter's Field     T       0:08:40 -"-
   7 Burma Shave     T       0:06:35 -"-
   8 Barber Shop     T       0:03:55 -"-
   9 Foreign Affair     T       0:03:46 -"-

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