Category: Rock

8 thoughts on “ Clap Hands - Tom Waits - Big Time (CD, Album) ”

  1. Listen to your favorite songs from Big Time by Tom Waits Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann Big Time is an track live album running nearly 68 minutes, its material drawn mostly from Tom Waits ' trio of recent studio albums, Swordfishtrombones, Rain Dogs, and Franks Wild Years. (One track, "Falling Down," is a previously unissued studio recording.6/
  3. this album is a live show playing songs from mainly the three classic waits albums in the 80s when he was the most interesting artist and person on the planet. Strange weather train song cold cold ground all grand. What is it about tom waits music? To me its about /5(44).
  4. Big Time, an Album by Tom Waits. Released in September on Island (catalog no. CIDM; CD). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Experimental Rock.
  5. Clap hands. Clap hands Clap hands. Clap hands Said roar, roar the thunder and the roar Son of a bitch is never comin' back here no more Moon in the window, a bird on the pole Can always find a millionaire to shovel all the coal Clap hands. Clap hands Clap hands. Clap hands Steam, steam a hundred bad dreams Goin' up to Harlem with a pistol in.
  6. Clap Hands Lyrics: Sane, sane, they're all insane / The fireman's blind, the conductor's lame / A Cincinnati jacket and a sad luck dame / Hanging out the window with a bottle full of rain / Clap.
  7. Big Time is the first conventional live album by American musician Tom Waits, featuring performances from two shows on Waits' tour. The album was released less than a year later on Island Records. While Big Time was the first released recording of public concert performances by Waits, it was not strictly his first live release: his Nighthawks at the Diner was a live performance.
  8. Rain Dogs could be considered Waits' New York album, as he had relocated there for a brief time around the record. Like "Clap Hands," the songs he wrote were thick brambles of specific concrete, Frank O'Hara-like images, though with a dense, hallucinatory feel and a wide scope, as if he was trying to take it all in at once.

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