9 thoughts on “ Strange Weather (Live) - Tom Waits - Beautiful Maladies - The Island Years (CD) ”

  1. Tracks 5, 12, 13, 19 and 10 from Swordfishtrombones, Tracks 11, 3, 6, 23 and 18 from Rain Dogs, Tracks 1, 9, 2, 8 and 14 from Franks Wild Years, Tracks 16 and 15 from Big Time, Tracks 7, 20 and 22 from Bone Machine, Track 21 from Night On Earth (Original Soundtrack Recording), Tracks 4 and 17 from The Black Rider, /5().
  2. This is a cd for everyone, including those who feel strange about recent Tom Waits experiences (since ). There are piano-and-voice songs characteristic from the initial years of his career. Actually, this is probably the best "entrance door" for new listeners/5(48).
  3. Jun 16,  · Beautiful Maladies gathers 23 tracks from Waits's seven post-Swordfishtrombones Island LPs. These pretty/ugly tracks provide a riveting view of Tom's wild years. While at least four Waits Island titles qualify as essentials, Beautiful Maladies and the live set, Big Time, provide compact introductions to a matchless body of work. --Steven Stolder/5(51).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Beautiful Maladies - The Island Years on Discogs. Label: Island Records - • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Blues Rock/5(40).
  5. Beautiful Maladies: The Island Years is a Tom Waits compilation album, consisting of previously released songs from his years recording with Island Records, most notably from the albums Swordfishtrombones, Rain Dogs, Big Time and Franks Wild Years. The tracks were selected by Tom Waits. The album was released in , but represents Waits's.
  6. Beautiful Maladies gathers 23 tracks from Waits's seven post-Swordfishtrombones Island LPs. These pretty/ugly tracks provide a riveting view of Tom's wild years. While at least four Waits Island titles qualify as essentials, Beautiful Maladies and the live set, Big Time, provide compact introductions to a matchless body of work. --Steven Stolder/5(37).
  7. That may make for the occasional uneven record, but each album has its own distinct tone that makes it a unique listening experience, whether it's a masterpiece or a missed opportunity. And that's the reason why his work, especially his sprawling Island albums, doesn't easily lend itself to retrospectives like Beautiful Maladies: The Island ciabalphodichoki.ocunextedfirefcompventretperctentquad.co: $

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