8 thoughts on “ Wrong Side Of The Road - Tom Waits - Blue Valentine (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Blue Valentine on Discogs. Label: Asylum Records - 6E • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • /5(6).
  2. Sep 30,  · Tom Waits gives 'West Side Story' a make-over with a broken whiskey bottle and a flick-knife. He explores that dark world that surrounds all of us, many of us not noticing it's there; the world of poverty and the dispossessed, the world of the black market and the addict, the world of the predator and the tough-guy-dying-young, the world of /5().
  3. Tracks 1 to 10 are his fifth studio album "Blue Valentine" (6th LP overall) - released November in the USA on Asylum Records 6E and December in the UK on Asylum K /5().
  4. May 22,  · 2nd: Tom Waits ‎– Blue Valentine Label: Asylum Records ‎– AS 53 , Asylum Records ‎– K 53 Barcode: German ALSDORF Blue Valentine, LP, Album, RP, Gat, AS 53 , K 53 , this one here. - Same look of the barcode in lettering. - Both German pressings. I felt the 1st album was heavy vinyl/5().
  5. Tom Waits – Blue Valentine LP (g Clear Remastered) Exclusive Clear vinyl limited to Track list: Side A. Somewhere (From “West Side Story“) Red Shoes By The Drugstore; Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis; Romeo Is Bleeding; $; Side B. Wrong Side Of The Road; Whistlin’ Past The Graveyard; Kentucky Avenue.
  6. Wrong Side Of The Road: B2: Whistlin Past The Graveyard: See more tracks And the LP's best cuts—"Christmas Card from a Hooker in Minneapolis," the title track, "$"—rank high among the sentimental sagas that contain Tom Waits' strongest writing. tom waits blue valentine.
  7. 2nd: Tom Waits ‎– Blue Valentine Label: Asylum Records ‎– AS 53 , Asylum Records ‎– K 53 Barcode: German ALSDORF Blue Valentine, LP, Album, RP, Gat, AS 53 , K 53 , this one here. - Same look of the barcode in lettering. - Both German pressings. I felt the 1st album was heavy vinyl.
  8. Jul 24,  · Two welcome changes in style made Blue Valentine a fresh listening experience for Tom Waits fans. First, Waits alters the instrumentation, bringing in electric guitar and keyboards and largely dispensing with the strings for a more blues-oriented, hard-edged sound. Second, though his world view remains fixed on the lowlifes of the late night, he expands beyond the musings of the barstool.

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