8 thoughts on “ Midnight Lullaby - Tom Waits - Closing Time (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Part ’70s singer-songwriter album, part smoke-filled jazz lounge, Tom’s debut is an atmospheric classic that introduced countless soon-to-be lifelong fans to the songs and world of Tom Waits. This return to "Closing Time"—a gold record in both the U.S. and UK—comes to you on CD or gram gatefold vinyl: the unforgettable "Ol’ 55" (covered by the Eagles) and the heartbreaking "Martha" plus .
  2. Closing Time is the debut record by Tom Waits and it foreshadows the distinctly lyrical storytelling and original blending of jazz, blues and folk styles that would come to be associated with the artist. Midnight Lullaby. Midnight Lullaby. Not Available 6. Martha. Martha. Not Available Waits/Brennan/Derfler give the lp a /5(64).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Closing Time on Discogs. Label: Asylum Records - AS 53 ,Asylum Records - AS K 53 ,Asylum Records - SD • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo, Stereo • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz, Blues, Pop • Style: Piano Blues, Ballad.
  4. Midnight Lullaby Lyrics: (1, 2, 3, 4) / Sing a song of sixpence, pocket full of rye / Hush-a-bye my baby, no need to be crying / You can burn the midnight oil with me.
  5. Tom Waits - No Visitors After Midnight full English Full Movie Tom Waits - No Visitors After Midnight full Full Movie, Tom Waits - No Visitors After Midnight full Full Movie.
  6. Tom Waits Closing Time on g LP from Warner Bros.. Inimitable Singer-Songwriter-Pianist's Incredible Debut. LP Pressed at RTI. The Heart of Saturday Night, Nighthawks at the Diner, and Small Change Also Available on g LP from Warner Bros.. The cover of Tom Waits' debut seems to say it all: Perched next to a piano, his head resting on his left arm, and a look of tired regret on his.
  7. After signing with Asylum Records in the early s, Tom Waits recorded a series of acclaimed albums whose noir tales about the after-midnight underworld transformed the seedy into the sublime in songs laced with both dark humor and profound longing. Decades and several musical evolutions later, Waits' Asylum years still hold a special place in the hearts of many fans.
  8. Closing Time tends to be the album that Tom Waits fans avoid because it doesn’t sound much like Tom Waits. Personally I love it. Closing Time has a hazy, booze-soaked, country-jazz feel to it, but you can probably jump to that conclusion by the artwork alone.

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