Tom Waits ‎– Blood Money

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1 Misery Is The River Of The World
Bass – Larry TaylorBass Clarinet – Bebe RisenforsMarimba, Bells, Gong – Gino RobairPerformer [Pod] – Mule PattersonVocals, Piano, Performer [Calliope] – Tom Waits
4:25
2 Everything Goes To Hell
Accordion – Bebe RisenforsBaritone Saxophone – Colin StetsonBass – Matthew SperryBongos, Timpani – Gino RobairClarinet – Don Plonsey*Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Performer [Chamberlain] – Tom Waits
3:45
3 Coney Island Baby
Bass – Larry TaylorCello – Matt Brubeck*Saxophone – Colin StetsonTrumpet – Ara AndersonVocals, Piano, Performer [Chamberlain] – Tom Waits
4:02
4 All The World Is Green
Bass – Larry TaylorCello – Matt Brubeck*Clarinet – Colin StetsonMarimba – Bent ClausenVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Tom Waits
4:36
5 God's Away On Business
Bass – Larry TaylorBass Clarinet – Colin StetsonDrums, Drums [Log Drums] – Stewart CopelandElectric Guitar – Joe GoreHarmonica – Charlie MusselwhitePerformer [Pod] – Bent ClausenTrumpet, Tuba [Baby Tuba] – Nik Phelps*Vocals, Electric Guitar – Tom Waits
2:59
6 Another Man's Vine
Bass – Larry TaylorHorn [Baritone], Saxophone [Alto, Tenor] – Colin StetsonMarimba – Andrew BorgerVocals, Piano – Tom Waits
2:28
7 Knife Chase
Bass Clarinet, Saxophone – Bebe RisenforsBass, Electric Guitar – Larry TaylorDrums – Casey WaitsDrums [Bass Drums] – Bent ClausenGuitar – Myles BoisenPiano – Tom WaitsSaxophone – Colin StetsonTrumpet – Ara Anderson
2:26
8 Lullaby
Cello – Matt Brubeck*Violin, Violin [Stroh] – Dawn HarmsVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Tom Waits
2:09
9 Starving In The Belly Of A Whale
Bass – Larry TaylorBass Clarinet – Colin StetsonCello – Matt Brubeck*Drums [Floor Toms] – Gino RobairHarmonica – Charlie MusselwhiteViolin – Dawn HarmsVocals, Piano, Performer [Chamberlain], Electric Guitar – Tom Waits
3:41
10 The Part You Throw Away
Bass, Cello – Matt Brubeck*Clarinet – Colin StetsonViolin – Dawn HarmsVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Tom Waits
4:22
11 Woe
Cello – Matt Brubeck*Violin, Violin [Stroh] – Dawn HarmsVocals, Piano – Tom Waits
1:20
12 Calliope
Performer [Calliope], Piano [Toy Piano] – Tom WaitsTrumpet – Nik Phelps*
1:59
13 A Good Man Is Hard To Find
Acoustic Guitar – Larry TaylorBass – Matt Brubeck*Clarinet – Bebe RisenforsMarimba – Andrew BorgerTrumpet – Ara AndersonViolin [Stroh] – Dawn HarmsVocals, Organ [Pump], Other [Calliope] – Tom Waits
3:57

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Recorded and mixed at In The Pocket Studio, Forestville, CA.
Mastered at The Mastering Lab, Hollywood, CA.

Love and thanks to Henrik Hartman who produced and Robert Wilson who directed the premiere of Woyzeck by Georg Büchner at the Betty Nansen Theater, Copenhagen, Denmark, November 2000.

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  • Barcode: 8 714092 662924

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
86629-1 Tom Waits Blood Money(LP, Album) Anti- 86629-1 US 2002 Sell This Version
none Tom Waits Blood Money(CD, Album, Num, Promo, Car) Anti- none US 2002 Sell This Version
6629-2 Tom Waits Blood Money(CD, Album, Dig) Anti- 6629-2 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
86629-2 Tom Waits Blood Money(CD, Album, RE) Союз, Anti-, Epitaph 86629-2 Russia 2006 Sell This Version
86629-2 Tom Waits Blood Money(CD, Album, Dig) Anti- 86629-2 US 2002 Sell This Version

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LeonardoA

LeonardoA

January 26, 2017
The American singer/songwriter Tom Waits has been since the 1970s as one of the most influential pop musicians. Are hard to fathom music is a mixture of American and European styles such as jazz, blues, cabaret and classical music. Then in 2002 the message came up that he wanted to release two albums at the same time, found anyone that foolish and irresponsible commercial. However, it is understandable because the albums Blood Money and Alice have many similarities. The albums are both based on plays by Robert Wilson and the songs layers in both cases for several years on the shelf. However, there are also differences in terms of both music and in terms of atmosphere. Where Alice relatively cheerful and light-footed sounds is Blood Money pretty philosophical and pensive. Waits wrote the songs in 2000 for the play Woyzeck, based on the eponymous story by the poet Georg Büchner. It's about a poor soldier who slowly goes mad and eventually murdered his own wife for a little money. No story to be happy and so is the music. Waits has Blood Money audibly influenced by Büchners contemporary Kurt Weil. As a result, this cd contains pretty heavy costs that probably only at the unconditional Waits-fans will delight.