Tom Waits ‎– Mule Variations

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Anti- ‎– 86547-1
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Remastered, 180 gram
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A1 Big In Japan
Bass – Les ClaypoolDrums – Brain Mantia*Guitar – Larry LaLonde, Tom WaitsSaxophone, Trumpet – Ralph Carney
4:05
A2 Lowside Of The Road
Banjo [Chumbus, Dousengoni] – Smokey HormelGuitar, Organ [Optigon] – Tom WaitsProgrammed By – Jacquire KingRecorded By – Gene CorneliusTrumpet – Chris Grady
2:59
A3 Hold On
Bass – Larry TaylorGuitar – Joe Gore, Marc RibotGuitar, Organ – Tom WaitsPercussion – Stephen Hodges
5:33
A4 Get Behind The Mule
Bass – Larry TaylorGuitar – Smokey HormelHarp – Charlie MusselwhitePercussion – Stephen Hodges
6:52
B1 House Where Nobody Lives
Bass, Rhythm Guitar – Larry TaylorLead Guitar – Marc RibotPiano – Tom Waits
4:14
B2 Cold Water
Bass – Larry TaylorDrums – Christopher Marvin*Guitar – Marc Ribot, Tom Waits
5:23
B3 Pony
Dobro – Smokey HormelGuitar, Harmonium [Pump Organ] – Tom WaitsHarp – John Hammond*
4:32
B4 What's He Building?
Percussion – Jeff SloanReeds – Ralph CarneyTurntables – DJ M. Mark “The III Media” Reitman*Voice – Tom Waits
3:20
C1 Black Market Baby
Drums – Andrew BorgerGuitar – Marc RibotGuitar, Percussion, Chamberlin – Tom WaitsReeds – Ralph CarneyTurntables – DJ M. Mark “The III Media” Reitman*
5:02
C2 Eyeball Kid
Bass Clarinet – Ralph CarneyBassoon – Larry Rhodes (2)Guitar – Marc RibotPercussion – Greg Cohen, Tom WaitsTurntables – DJ M. Mark “The III Media” Reitman*
4:25
C3 Picture In A Frame
Alto Saxophone – Ralph CarneyBaritone Saxophone – Nik Phelps*Bass – Greg CohenPiano – Tom Waits
3:39
C4 Chocolate Jesus
Bass – Greg CohenGuitar – Tom WaitsHarp – Charlie Musselwhite
3:55
D1 Georgia Lee
Bass – Dalton Dillingham IIIPiano – Tom WaitsViolin – Linda Delucia-Gbidossi
4:24
D2 Filipino Box Spring Hog
Bass, Guitar – Larry TaylorDrums, Percussion – Andrew BorgerGuitar – Marc RibotHarmonica – Charlie MusselwhiteProgrammed By – Jacquire KingTrumpet – Chris GradyTurntables – DJ M. Mark “The III Media” Reitman*
3:09
D3 Take It With Me
Bass – Greg CohenPiano – Tom Waits
4:24
D4 Come On Up To The House
Baritone Saxophone – Nik Phelps*Bass – Larry TaylorDrums – Andrew BorgerGuitar – Joe GoreHarmonica – Charlie MusselwhitePiano – Tom WaitsSaxophone – Ralph Carney
4:36

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Newly Remastered with Waits/Brennan

All songs recorded at Prairie Sun Recording Studios except 'Lowside Of The Road' recorded at Sputnik Sound.

Les Claypool, Larry LaLonde and Brain appears courtesy of Interscope Records

John Hammond and Charlie Musselwhite appear courtesy of Pointblank/Virgin Records America, Inc.

Marc Ribot appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corporation

© 1999 Jalma Music (ASCAP)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 4577-86547-1 0
  • Matrix / Runout: 86547-1 2017-A *
  • Matrix / Runout: 86547-1 2017-B *
  • Matrix / Runout: 86547-1 2017-C *
  • Matrix / Runout: 86547-1 2017-D *

Other Versions (5 of 37) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
86547-2 Tom Waits Mule Variations(HDCD, Album, Dig) Anti-, Epitaph 86547-2 US 1999 Sell This Version
6547-2 Tom Waits Mule Variations(CD, Album, Promo, Dig) Anti-, Epitaph 6547-2 Europe 1999 Sell This Version
6328-2, 86547-2 Tom Waits Mule Variations(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records, Anti-, Epitaph 6328-2, 86547-2 Brazil 1999 Sell This Version
86547-2 Tom Waits Mule Variations(CD, Album, Unofficial) Anti- (2), Epitaph (3) 86547-2 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
ESCA 7457 Tom Waits Mule Variations(CD, Album) Epitaph, Epic ESCA 7457 Japan 1999 Sell This Version

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pbass4life

pbass4life

March 26, 2018
edited 9 months ago
I just picked this up the other day... it has a fair bit of surface noise even after a good cleaning on my RCM. It sounds like the mastering is OK but.... anyway, a little better than the latest re-master of "Closing Time" which sounds like someone threw a towel over the recording and the surface noise is unbearable. Stay away from that one for sure. I certainly expected more from these re-masters from T.W. since he and his wife K.B. were supposedly overseeing the process. I most likely will not be buying the remainder of the re-masters due to be released in 2018 unless I read "a lot" of very positive reviews. I am so very disappointed.