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Tom Waits - Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards (3xCD, Comp) - NEW

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Tom Waits - Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards (3xCD, Comp) - NEW

€15.99

Released: 18 Dec 2006
Format: CD, Compilation

Tracklist:
[] Brawlers
[1-1] Lie To Me
[1-2] Low Down
[1-3] 2:19
[1-4] Fish In The Jailhouse
[1-5] Bottom Of The World
[1-6] Lucinda
[1-7] Ain't Goin' Down To The Well
[1-8] Lord I've Been Changed
[1-9] Puttin' On The Dog
[1-10] Road To Peace
[1-11] All The Time
[1-12] The Return Of Jackie And Judy
[1-13] Walk Away
[1-14] Sea Of Love
[1-15] Buzz Fledderjohn
[1-16] Rains On Me
[] Bawlers
[2-1] Bend Down The Branches
[2-2] You Can Never Hold Back Spring
[2-3] Long Way Home
[2-4] Widow's Grove
[2-5] Little Drop Of Poison
[2-6] Shiny Things
[2-7] World Keeps Turning
[2-8] Tell It To Me
[2-9] Never Let Go
[2-10] Fannin Street
[2-11] Little Man
[2-12] It's Over
[2-13] If I Have To Go
[2-14] Goodnight Irene
[2-15] The Fall Of Troy
[2-16] Take Care Of All My Children
[2-17] Down There By The Train
[2-18] Danny Says
[2-19] Jayne's Blue Wish
[2-20] Young At Heart
[] Bastards
[3-1] What Keeps Mankind Alive
[3-2] Children's Story
[3-3] Heigh Ho
[3-4] Army Ants
[3-5] Books Of Moses
[3-6] Bone Chain
[3-7] Two Sisters
[3-8] First Kiss
[3-9] Dog Door
[3-10] Redrum
[3-11] Nirvana
[3-12] Home I'll Never Be
[3-13] Poor Little Lamb
[3-14] Altar Boy
[3-15] The Pontiac
[3-16] Spidey's Wild Ride
[3-17] King Kong
[3-18] On The Road
[3-19] Dog Treat
[3-20] Missing My Son

There is a very similar version of this compilation: [r=1417138]. The only difference being the credits that appear in the booklet. This version lacks some credits: [a=Mule Patterson] is not credited under 'Musicians' for 'Brawlers' while [a=Tom Waits] himself is not credited under 'Musicians' for 'Bawlers'.

This is the standard edition of this 3 CD set which lists 18 tracks on CD3 in tracklisting on packaging (even though the CD actually includes 20 tracks with the two additional tracks 'Dog Treat' and 'Missing My Son'). Includes 24-page booklet with credits and photos. A part of this 3 CD set is (reworked) old work and a part is new.

Audio Restoration, Recorded, Additional Recording, Digital Editing, Mixed/Remixed at Bay View Studios.

©&℗ 2006 Anti, Inc.

Comes in a 8-panel digipak with 24-page booklet.

"2:19" appears on the Waits-produced John P. Hammond recording Wicked Grin (2001)
"Bottom of the World" appears in the 2003 documentary film Long Gone
"Lord I've Been Changed" appears on the Waits-produced John P. Hammond recording Wicked Grin as "I Know I've Been Changed" (2001)
"Puttin' on the Dog" appears in the 1999 comedy-drama film Liberty Heights
"The Return of Jackie and Judy" previously released on the Ramones tribute album We're a Happy Family (2003)
"Walk Away" previously released on the Dead Man Walking soundtrack recording (1996)
"Sea of Love" previously released on the Sea of Love soundtrack recording (1989)
"Buzz Fledderjohn" previously released on the "Hold On" single (1999
"Rains on Me" previously released on Chuck E. Weiss' 1999 Extremely Cool, then on Free the West Memphis 3 in 2000. This is the latter version.

"Bend Down the Branches" previously released on For the Kids (2002), an album featuring renditions of children's songs by various artists
"You Can Never Hold Back Spring" originally appeared in the 2005 Roberto Benigni film The Tiger and the Snow.
"Long Way Home" previously released on the Big Bad Love soundtrack recording (2001)
"Little Drop of Poison" previously released on The End of Violence and Shrek 2 soundtrack recordings. The "End of Violence" version differs from this, which is the Shrek 2 version.
"Shiny Things" appears in Robert Wilson's production of Georg Büchner's unfinished 1837 play Woyzeck, but not included in the 2002 studio album of the score, Blood Money
"World Keeps Turning" previously released on the Pollock (2001) soundtrack recording
"Tell It to Me" previously recorded as a duet with Ramblin' Jack Elliot as "Louise (Tell It To Me)" (from Elliot's Friends of Mine). This version differs from the original with Elliot's absence, and a change in time signature.
"Never Let Go" previously appeared on the soundtrack for the 1992 Martin Bell film American Heart.
"Fannin Street" appears on the Waits-produced John P. Hammond recording Wicked Grin (2001) performed by John Hammond. This version by Waits.
"Little Man" previously released on Mississippi Lad, an album by Teddy Edwards released in 1991 on the Verve Label
"It's Over" previously appeared in a different take on the soundtrack to the 1999 film Liberty Heights. Appears in Robert Wilson's production of Georg Büchner's unfinished 1837 play Woyzeck, but not included in the 2002 studio album of the score, Blood Money
"If I Have to Go" originally from Waits' 1986 theatre play Franks Wild Years, although not released on the studio album of the same name
"The Fall of Troy" previously released on the Dead Man Walking soundtrack recording (1996)
"Take Care of All My Children" appears in the 1984 documentary film Streetwise
"Down There by the Train" song appears on the Johnny Cash album American Recordings (1994) performed by Cash. This version appears in the 2003 documentary film Long Gone.
"Jayne's Blue Wish" previously released on the Big Bad Love soundtrack recording (2002)

"What Keeps Mankind Alive?" from the Threepenny Opera, previously released on the various-artists Weill tribute album Lost in the Stars: The Music of Kurt Weill (1985)
"Heigh Ho" from the 1937 Walt Disney film Snow White And the Seven Dwarfs, sung by the seven dwarfs, previously released on the various-artists Disney tribute album Stay Awake: Various Interpretations of Music from Vintage Disney Films (1988)
"Books of Moses" previously released on More Oar, a 1999 various-artists tribute to Spence and his solo album Oar.
"Dog Door" previously released on the Sparklehorse album It's a Wonderful Life (2001)
"Altar Boy" originally written for Alice; an earlier version can be found on The Alice Demos, under the title "What Became Of Old Father Craft?"
"The Pontiac" originally released on the 1987 spoken word compilation Smack My Crack
"King Kong" previously released on the Johnston tribute album The Late Great Daniel Johnston: Discovered Covered (2004)
"On the Road" originally appeared on the 1999 album Jack Kerouac Reads On the Road.


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