Tom Waits and the Nocturnal Emissions toured the United States and Europe extensively from October 1976 until May 1977,[20] including a performance of "The Piano Has Been Drinking" on cult BBC2 television music show The Old Grey Whistle Test in May 1976. He says that he found his love of music during those trips through a Mexican ballad that was "probably a Ranchera, you know, on the car radio with my dad". I'm learning to break those habits by playing instruments I know absolutely nothing about, like a bassoon or a waterphone. Thomas Alan "Tom" Waits (rođen 7. decembra 1949.) 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He received increasing critical acclaim and gathered a loyal cult following with his subsequent albums. His latest studio album, titled Bad as Me, was released in 2011. Waits's new emphasis on experimenting with various styles and instrumentation continued on 1985's Rain Dogs, a sprawling, 19-song collection that received glowing reviews. Waits quit drinking alcohol around the same time.[39]. The album is also notable for containing a number of covers of songs by other artists, including The Ramones ("The Return of Jackie and Judy" and "Danny Says"), Daniel Johnston ("King Kong"), Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht ("What Keeps Mankind Alive"), and Lead Belly ("Ain't Goin' Down to the Well" and "Goodnight Irene"), as well as renditions of works by poets and authors admired by Waits, such as Charles Bukowski and Jack Kerouac and a previously released duet with Mark Linkous of Sparklehorse entitled "Dog Door". It consists of 16 studio albums, 3 live albums, 7 compilation albums, 24 singles and 2 soundtracks. In 2005, Waits appeared in the Tony Scott film Domino as a soothsayer. With the album, Waits asserted that he "tried to resolve a few things as far as this cocktail lounge, maudlin, crying-in-your-beer image that I have. The same year saw Waits provide spoken word contributions to Devout Catalyst, an album by one of Waits' greatest influences, Ken Nordine, on the songs "A Thousand Bing Bangs" and "The Movie." [35] 1992 also saw Waits featuring in Francis Ford Coppola's film Bram Stoker's Dracula, as the possessed lunatic Renfield. The album won a Grammy in 2000; as an indicator of how difficult it is to classify Waits's music, he was nominated simultaneously for Best Contemporary Folk Album (which he won) and Best Male Rock Vocal Performance (for the song "Hold On"), both different from the genre for which he won his previous Grammy. His albums, which include Closing Time (his debut), Small Change , Swordfishtrombones and Bone Machine , tend to explore the … Tom Waits (1949-) is an American songwriter, performer, composer and actor. Waits signed to Asylum Records in 1972[13] and his first record was released in 1973, after numerous abortive recording sessions: the jazzy, folk-tinged Closing Time. On July 10, 2007, Waits released the download-only digital single "Diamond in Your Mind". The album was produced and arranged by former Lovin' Spoonful member Jerry Yester. The album Blue Valentine (1978) displayed Waits's biggest musical departure to date, with much more focus on electric guitar and keyboards than on previous albums and hardly any strings (with the exception of album-opener "Somewhere" – a cover of Leonard Bernstein's song from West Side Story – and "Kentucky Avenue") for a darker, more blues-oriented sound. I was really starting to believe that there was something amusing and wonderfully American about being a drunk. 30. His song "Hell Broke Luce (Remastered)" is featured in The Punisher episode 3 AM. Another Waits cover was released in 1995, as Meat Loaf covered Martha for his concept album Welcome to the Neighborhood. Popular American punk rock group Ramones covered "I Don't Wanna Grow Up" on their final studio album, 1995's ¡Adios Amigos!. [21], Foreign Affairs (1977) was musically in a similar vein to Small Change, but showed further artistic refinement and exploration into jazz and blues styles. [61] The album was released on October 24. The company had approached Waits to use one of his songs in an advertisement, which Waits declined. Around this time, Waits had a relationship with Rickie Lee Jones[22] (who appears on the sleeve art of the Blue Valentine album). In 1978, Waits also appeared in his first film role, in Paradise Alley as Mumbles the pianist, and contributed the original compositions "(Meet Me in) Paradise Alley" and "Annie's Back in Town" to the film's soundtrack.[23]. Critic Steve Huey calls it "perhaps Tom Waits's most cohesive album... a morbid, sinister nightmare, one that applied the quirks of his experimental '80s classics to stunningly evocative—and often harrowing—effect... Waits' most affecting and powerful recording, even if it isn't his most accessible. There was a short interview after the last performance. Waits taught himself how to play the piano on a neighbor's instrument. Waits' albums have met with mixed commercial success in his native United States, although they have occasionally achieved gold album sales status in other countries. and "It Rains on Me", "Tootie Ma Was A Big Fine Thing" and "Corrine Died On The Battlefield", This page was last edited on 18 October 2020, at 19:33. "Diamond in Your Mind", which Waits wrote for Wilson's Woyzeck, did not appear on Blood Money; however, it did emerge on Solomon Burke's album Don't Give Up on Me of the same year. Small Change was accompanied by the double A-side single "Step Right Up"/"The Piano Has Been Drinking"; it was a critical and commercial success and far outsold any of Waits's previous albums. Waits är känd för sin raspiga, hesa röst, … It was recorded over the course of six sessions from July to August 1978 with producer Bones Howe. In the fall of 2015, Waits's work was featured in several songs adapted for stage performance in Chicago Shakespeare theater's production of Shakespeare's The Tempest. In the same year, Waits also contributed vocals to the song "Harlem Shuffle" on The Rolling Stones' album Dirty Work.[27]. O seu pai era descendente de irlandeses e escoceses e a sua mãe de noruegueses. The version of the song was recorded with Kronos Quartet, with Greg Cohen, Philip Glass, and The Dalai Lama at the benefit concert "Healing The Divide: A Concert for Peace and Reconciliation" at Avery Fisher Hall, recorded on September 21, 2003. 1992)). [49], Terry Gilliam's film The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus was released in late 2009, with Waits in the role of Mr. Bone Machine, Waits's first studio album in five years, was released in 1992. Franks Wild Years, a musical play by Waits and Brennan, was staged as an Off-Broadway musical in 1986, directed by Gary Sinise,[26] in a successful run at Chicago's famed Steppenwolf Theater. [46], On May 7, 2008, Waits announced the Glitter and Doom Tour starting in June 2008, touring cities in the southern United States and subsequently announced a series of dates in the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe. Tom Waits la Internet Movie Database; Articole biografice. Waits has a distinctive voice, described by critic Daniel Durchholz as sounding "like it was soaked in a vat of bourbon, left hanging in the smokehouse for a few months, and then taken outside and run over with a car. The same year, Waits appeared on Sparklehorse's album Dreamt for Light Years in the Belly of a Mountain, playing piano on the track "Morning Hollow.". Kaizers Orchestra, norsk gruppe som spelar «Heavy Fusion Polka» inspirert av Waits The men were plainclothes officers, and Waits and his friend were arrested and charged with disturbing the peace. –) amerikai énekes-dalszerző, zeneszerző, színész. William S. Burroughs also guests on vocals on "'Tain't No Sin". Jeho otec Jesse Frank Waits měl skotské a irské předky, jeho matka Alma Waits … Waits would later return the favor by covering the Ramones' songs "Danny Says" and "The Return of Jackie and Judy", releasing them in his 2006 studio album. Dětství a počátky kariéry (1949–1972) Tom Waits se narodil v kalifornské Pomoně dne 7. prosince 1949 jako Thomas Alan Waits. In 1998, after Island Records released the compilation Beautiful Maladies: The Island Years, Waits left the label for ANTI-,[36] whose president,Andy Kaulkin, said the label was "blown away that Tom would even consider us. トム・ウェイツ(Tom Waits, 本名:Thomas Alan Waits, 1949年 12月7日 - )は、アメリカ合衆国 カリフォルニア州 ポモナ出身のシンガーソングライター、俳優。. Waits contributed a version of "The Return of Jackie and Judy"[30] by The Ramones to the compilation album We're a Happy Family: A Tribute to Ramones, which was released in 2003 on Columbia Records. Tom Waits (1949-) is an American songwriter, performer, composer and actor. Han er ofte blevet beskrevet som eksponent for beatgenerationens optagethed af eksistenserne på undersiden af det amerikanske samfund, og hovedparten af Waits… Add a photo to this gallery Tom Waits' song "Sea of Love" is featured in the DC Entertainment production Constantine. It was starting to wear on me, all the touring. He is known for his distinct voice, electric instrumentation, and occasionally surreal lyrics. The same year, Waits contributed backing vocals to the track "Go Tell It on the Mountain" on the Grammy Award (Best Traditional Gospel Album)-winning album of the same name by The Blind Boys of Alabama. His work often includes elements of the blues, jazz, and musical theatre [56] Waits accepted the award with his customary humor, stating, "They say I have no hits and that I'm difficult to work with... like it's a bad thing."[57]. While Big Time was the first released recording of public concert performances by Waits, it was not strictly his first live release: his 1975 Nighthawks at the Diner was a live performance before an audience that was conducted entirely within a recording studio. Both collections had been written almost 10 years previously and were based on theatrical collaborations with Robert Wilson; the former a musical play about Lewis Carroll, and the latter an interpretation of Georg Büchner's play fragment Woyzeck. It is Waits's only album to date to feature absolutely no piano on any of its tracks. [55], It was announced on February 9, 2011, that Waits was to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by Neil Young. Tom Waits er tit blevet omtalt som manden med en stemme som en skærebrænder. Thomas Alan "Tom" Waits (born December 7, 1949) is an American singer-songwriter, composer, and actor. Waits made a number of high-profile television and concert appearances between 2006 and 2010. In 2002, Waits simultaneously released two albums, Alice and Blood Money. Also in 1973, Tim Buckley released the album Sefronia, which contained another cover version of Waits' song "Martha" from Closing Time. The only collection of exclusively Waits-performed material of 1991 appeared when Waits composed and conducted the almost exclusively instrumental music for Jim Jarmusch's 1991 film Night on Earth, which was released as an album the following year. He started his career in the early 1970s as a singer in spit 'n' … Waits lives in Sonoma County, California with his wife and frequent collaborator Kathleen Brennan (married August 1980) and their three children. On January 22, 2008, Waits made a rare live appearance in Los Angeles, performing at a benefit for Bet Tzedek Legal Services—The House of Justice, a nonprofit poverty law center. After serving with the United States Coast Guard,[12] he took his newly formed act to Monday nights at The Troubadour in Los Angeles, where musicians would line up all day for the opportunity to perform on stage that night. In the same year, Waits lent his vocals to Gavin Bryars' 75-minute reworking of his 1971 classical music piece Jesus' Blood Never Failed Me Yet; appeared in Robert Altman's film version of Raymond Carver's stories Short Cuts and Jim Jarmusch's Coffee and Cigarettes: Somewhere in California, a short black-and-white movie with Iggy Pop; and his third child, Sullivan, was born. That year, he also contributed backing vocals to Bonnie Raitt's "Your Sweet and Shiny Eyes" from her album Home Plate. Waits and a friend were trying to stop some men from bullying other patrons. NPR 2009, … The three discs are subdivided relating to their content: "Brawlers" features Waits's more upbeat rock and blues songs; "Bawlers", his ballads and love songs; and "Bastards", songs that fit in neither category, including a number of spoken-word tracks. Waits began touring and opening for such artists as Charlie Rich, Martha and the Vandellas, and Frank Zappa. On May 5, 2013, Waits joined The Rolling Stones on stage at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California to duet with Mick Jagger on the song "Little Red Rooster". The album contains songs written for the musical Woyzeck, based on the play of the same name by Georg Büchner.The theatrical adaptation was directed by Robert Wilson, with whom Waits had worked … He often took trips to Mexico with his father, who taught Spanish. "[34] Bone Machine was awarded a Grammy in the Best Alternative Album category. Waits has a distinctive voice, described by critic Daniel Durchholz as sounding as though "it was … The song is included on Waits' compilation albums Bounced Checks (1981), Anthology of Tom Waits … The following year, Waits was extremely busy working on movie soundtracks, acting, and contributing to a number of music projects by other artists. "[25] Swordfishtrombones also introduced instruments such as bagpipes ("Town with No Cheer") and marimba ("Shore Leave") to Waits' repertoire, as well as pump organs, percussion (sometimes reminiscent of the music of Harry Partch), horn sections (often featuring Ralph Carney playing in the style of brass bands or soul music), experimental guitar, and obsolete instruments (many of Waits' albums have featured a damaged, unpredictable Chamberlin, and more recent albums have included the little-used Stroh violin). His only musical output of the year consisted of contributing his cover of Phil Phillips' "Sea of Love" to the soundtrack of the Al Pacino movie of the same name[30] and contributing vocals to The Replacements song "Date to Church", which appeared as a B-side to their single "I'll Be You". Tom Waits' song "Muriel" is featured in the DC Entertainment production Gotham. Nick. The album was released February 19 on ANTI-. Bambarger, Bradley, "Tom Waits Joins Indie Epitaph for Mule Set", in Monanton. Waits začal svoju kariéru v 70. rokoch.Napodobňoval hudobný štýl 40. a 50. rokov, ktorý v tom čase nebol u amerického publika populárny.Témou jeho hudby sú temné balady s textami, v ktorých sa zaoberá …

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