Category: Classical

Tom Trauberts Blues - Tom Waits - Small Change (CD, Album)

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  1. Faukazahn says:
    'Small Change' is a masterpiece that contains some of Waits' best early work. Classic jazz, tin pan alley and Stephen Foster filtered through Tom's unique world view and lyrical genius. Heartbreaking, hilarious and always vivid, songs like, 'Step Right Up', Tom Traubert's Blues', 'I Wish I Was In New Orleans' and 'Invitation to the Blues' are /5().
  2. Vomi says:
    He sounds “wasted and wounded” as the first line on “Tom Traubert’s Blues” says. It’s easy to argue for Small Change as Tom Waits’ best Asylum record. Several of those albums seem to be held back by a lack of ideas. He seems to be stuck in a routine on most of the albums (it’s also his most prolific period), but not on Small Change.
  3. Mikasar says:
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  4. Nakree says:
    Tom Traubert's Blues (Four Sheets To The Wind In Copenhagen) 2: Step Right Up: 3: Jitterbug Boy (Sharing A Curbstone With Chuck E. Weiss, Robert Marchese, Paul Body And The Mug And Artie) 4: I Wish I Was In New Orleans (In The Ninth Ward) 5: The Piano Has Been Drinking (Not Me) (An Evening With Pete King) 6 /5(8).
  5. Malazahn says:
    Vocals, Piano – Tom Waits Notes Recorded complete and direct to 2-Track Stereo Tape at Wally Heider Recording, Hollywood, California on July 15, 19, 20, 21, 29,
  6. Nejinn says:
    Small Change (Remastered) by Tom Waits, released 09 March 1. Tom Traubert's Blues (Four Sheets To The Wind In Copenhagen) 2. Step Right Up 3. Jitterbug Boy (Sharing A Curbstone With Chuck E. Weiss, Robert Marchese, Paul Body and The Mug and Artie) 4.
  7. Zulkitaxe says:
    In Rod Stewart covered this as "Tom Traubert's Blues (Waltzing Matilda)." It peaked at #6 in the UK singles chart. This was the second time Stewart had charted with a Tom Waits song. In he had a transatlantic top 10 hit with Waits' "Downtown Train.".
  8. Karan says:
    With the subtitle Four Sheets To The Wind in Copenhagen, Tom Traubert's Blues is the first song on the American nightowl-singer Tom Waits' album Small Change. From streets where "No one speaks English and everything's broken", our hero tells us of a city which clearly, it seems, could be Copenhagen seen through whisky-wet eyes.

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