The Early Years: The Lyrics of Tom Waits 1971-1983 characters Ú 6

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The Early Years: The Lyrics of Tom Waits 1971-1983 characters Ú 6 ☆ Known for his growling vocals and for the distinct poetry of his lyrics Tom Waits has amassed over the course of three decades a devoted cult following The Early Years collects the lyrics—formative and classic—from the first ten albums of this D classic from the first ten albums of this true bard of hard living A celebration of both his words and of the artist himself this lyrical biography charts the course from Wait's emotional debut albu. Being as big of a fan as I am of Tom Waits especially his lyrics I thought this book would be a nice addition to my ever expanding personal library Unfortunately there are numerous typographical errors within the text of this book So many in fact that it distracts the reader from the actual lyrical imagery at times You'd be better off reading the liner notes of his albums honestly As guarded as Waits is about having creative control I'm surprised that he allowed this to be published

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M Closing Time 1977 to the experimental stirrings in Heartattack and Vine 1991 and One from the Heart 1992 Here the words achieve a new potency adding further dimension to this singularly gifted artis. To paraphrase musician there's nothing wrong with this that 100 wouldn't fix I don't know what I was expecting Maybe a book of poetry It is a book of lyrics and only half the mystery and magic that is the wild Mr Waits One shouldn't expect

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The Early Years The Lyrics of Tom Waits 1971 1983Known for his growling vocals and for the distinct poetry of his lyrics Tom Waits has amassed over the course of three decades a devoted cult following The Early Years collects the lyrics formative an. I bought this thinking it was terribly decadent of me as I have every one of these songs memorized and could sing them or think them at the drop of a hat but I just had to have it when I saw it I am really glad I bought it and read it Despite my extreme familiarity with the lyrics reading them really brought a fresh light to them I could feel their beatBukowski connections much with reading them as opposed to listening to them in songs ironic since Beat poetry is so often read aloud Since I essentially think Tom Waits is perfection I am not even going to try to be unbiased here the lyricspoems are filled with amazing imagery filthy romance the essence of poetry and beauty in the gutter and unreuited life Stunningly beautiful and highly recommended