Tom Waits ‎– Alice

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Alice
Everything You Can Think
Flower's Grave
No One Knows I'm Gone
Kommienezuspadt
Poor Edward
Table Top Joe
Lost In The Harbour
We're All Mad Here
Watch Her Disappear
Reeperbahn
I'm Still Here
Fish & Bird
Barcarolle
Fawn

Versions (13)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
86632-1 Tom Waits Alice(LP, Album) Anti- 86632-1 US 2002 Sell This Version
86632-2 Tom Waits Alice(CD, Album) Anti- 86632-2 US 2002 Sell This Version
E86632-2 Tom Waits Alice(CD, Album, Dig) Anti-, Shock (2) E86632-2 Australia 2002 Sell This Version
6632-2 Tom Waits Alice(CD, Album, Dig) Anti-, Epitaph 6632-2 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
EICP 87 Tom Waits Alice(CD, Album, Dig) Anti-, Epic EICP 87 Japan 2002 Sell This Version
CDREAL0205317 Tom Waits Alice(CD, Album, Ltd, Unofficial) CD-Real CDREAL0205317 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
6632-1, 86632-1 Tom Waits Alice(LP, Album) Anti-, Anti- 6632-1, 86632-1 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
6632-1, 6632-2 Tom Waits Alice(LP, Album + CD, Album) Anti-, Anti- 6632-1, 6632-2 Netherlands 2002 Sell This Version
CD 0512 Tom Waits Alice(CD, Album, Unofficial) Anti- (2) CD 0512 Yugoslavia 2003 Sell This Version
86632-2 Tom Waits Alice(CD, Album, RE) Союз, Anti-, Epitaph 86632-2 Russia 2006 Sell This Version
6632-2 Tom Waits Alice(CD, Album, Unofficial) Anti- (2) 6632-2 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
6632-2 Tom Waits Alice(CD, Album, Unofficial) Anti- (2) 6632-2 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
6632-1 Tom Waits Alice(LP, Album, RE, Dow) Anti- 6632-1 Europe Unknown Sell This Version

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LeonardoA

LeonardoA

January 26, 2017
referencing Alice, CD, Album, Dig, 6632-2
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 Alice and Blood Money 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 Blood Money pretty gloomy and melancholy sounds, does something more cheerful and more airy to Alice. The original 1992 play was about the relationship that writer Lewis Carroll would have had with the girl that later would be the main character in Alice in Wonderland. It is a rather surreal story and so does the cd as well. Waits sings with his singular voice a number of sensitive love ballads but for variety there are also some cheerful waltzes. This is a typical cd you need to hear late at night with the lights off and a glass at your fingertips. Alice is a new high point in the career of Tom Waits.
stefan_habulinec

stefan_habulinec

November 22, 2014
referencing Alice, LP, Album, 86632-1

The version of the A2 song (Everything You Can Think) differs from the CD version a lot. The Vinyl version would fit rather into Blood Money than Alice.