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Senators Schumer and Gillibrand call on New York Gov. Cuomo to resign

WBZ Afternoon News

00:44 sec | Last month

Senators Schumer and Gillibrand call on New York Gov. Cuomo to resign

"And lawmakers across the country calling on New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to step down. CBS is Tom Wait, has the latest in battle New York Governor Andrew Cuomo defiant on a conference call Friday, even after New York's to Democratic U. S Senators. Majority leader Chuck Schumer and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand released a joint statement calling on him to step down. Cuomo still trying to hold on, I won't speculate about people's possible motives. But I can tell you as a former attorney general. Who's gone through this situation many times. There are often many motivations for making an allegation.

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"tom wait" Discussed on The Dork Forest

The Dork Forest

05:47 min | 4 months ago

"tom wait" Discussed on The Dork Forest

"It it feels it feels weird because it's there's this this point where if you're sane enough to know that you have enough money like it's sort of like what Jeff bezos's wife what he got divorced. Yeah, his wife donated Seventeen billion dollars to like cuz I think she got thirty five billion dollars something in the divorce billion and she was like, I think I could donate little like half of this and still be okay. Yeah, and that that's that's a real same kind of, you know, you're like like Jeff Bezos has a trillion. There's never going to be a check to check for that guy. You know, I mean, that's yeah the certain point you're like, yeah, it's that's just a different mindset of under like I don't even know what drives that much. What are the good? Yeah, like, however I spaced JK Rowling JK Rowling off the hell she's decided to die on his a stupid fucking he'll but here's the other thing is the first when she first became a billionaire And she did probably ten years ago or whatever. She donated enough Millions to make her not a billionaire. She was like, I don't want to be a billy. Yeah. Yeah, and now she's a billionaire again because it turns out the money still coming in. Yeah, like it's not people are still buying Harry Potter. Yeah, right, right. Yeah. I mean quite honestly if Jeff Bezos gave away, he's worth something like nine hundred billion dollars or as close to you might be the first trillionaire. Yeah, like if he gave away all of it, like if he kept a dollar he would be a billionaire by the end of next month it would be fine. And so it's just dumb but I hope that one day that I that I will walk away after cuz right now I make thousands of dollars what I work right now, but but but but like when I when I when I look at like my like how much money I'm making now, I'm like, I feel fabulously wealthy. I bought a pair of shoes the other day off. Over the internet that I didn't even I was like they may not even fit I'm buying them and they were like 70 bucks that feels super wealthy to me that and that's I mean that is the month when you're around super rich people if you've experienced enough of them in New York that you're just like they're not like they're there's no way there's no way that you can know it off until you like live it but it's like truly if you're provided for you have like yeah, there's so many there's that's a good gratitude just enough enough to be able by some buy some shoes that you haven't tried on. I think that's the level of wealth that everyone adores. Yeah. I have food. I have a car with gas in it. These are all very, you know, yeah, this is Josh. I'm I'm covered I think month to month. I've got I've probably got six months and you know what? I'm grinding it out right now. It's covid-19. Off to make three hundred bucks a while. Like two or three hundred bucks a week doing Zoom show. Yeah..

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"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:27 min | 5 months ago

"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Powerful signed and like you said before on another on another song of you'll variations. Feels like an old folk song like an old kind of spiritual fields like. That's how it feels like people walking like a prison sentence. Yeah and it's really funny. Like i didn't hear any of the songs on like oh brother where art thou of those classic movies because it. This fitness feels so genuinely amazing. Yeah come on up to the house. While a great song as one of my favorites to just john's all along and that her monica solo. That is so far right there.

"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

04:39 min | 5 months ago

"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"It's been forty this one hundred songs to me that is so heart wrenching because clearly he's talking to a long lost law and wants to reconnect. He's married she's married. It's so bitter bittersweet his across office. And so the first time i ever heard the song was actually on a meatloaf owl meatloaf covered this on. Welcome to the neighborhood. And i listened to it so long because i really liked it. But then like johnson. You realize that meatloaf or even jim steinman did write it. It was tom waits. And then you hear the original and you're like oh my god. This is so so beautiful. So.

"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

03:21 min | 5 months ago

"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"My number four is yeah. Tom roberts lose four sheets of copenhagen or matilda fast forward a little. So we're gonna hear kind of the end of below his old..

"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

06:01 min | 5 months ago

"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Yeah. I think i think all of the songs have been covered and sometimes the artist meeting the that cover them end up doing doing like a more commercially appealing version of it i. I loved his his original stuff. Like you know like this stuff. Is these brave the matching this punk. Can i can hear. But it doesn't mean Day i tennis a.

"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:22 min | 5 months ago

"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Yeah exactly. I know it was really hard for drawn tonight. Come up with a top ten list. But we mentioned his whole catalog. My number seven is tom waits. His rain dog downtown trade. Who owns the window shannon. Luckily.

"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:04 min | 5 months ago

"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Kind of pretty. It's kind of not really also Yeah the piano has been drinking Number eight for me mark. Baby monitor that deliver these commercials. This is a far cry from piano has leave. You'll very cool a small group who Too long georgia.

"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

04:59 min | 5 months ago

"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Number nine from me talking. God's away on business often lawsuit the lane. Solitaire gone so the first time i ever heard this song John was was sent. Who said posted on my wall. Sent it to me. But it was of this song under a combined together with a bunch of oscar. Not oscar the grouch cookie monster bob sesame street with I'm brian fennell Said to me on facebook. When i posted about tom waits and and it's very similar so this is the first time person i ever heard this song and i've loved it ever since so much so that when i start doing. My wife immediately gets annoyed with me But when we get to god's away on business she will do. I'll do god's away on business and she'll go business like just as a An immediate reaction like a knee jerk reaction was an eighth graders so i this year. I'm teaching settled but i usually take greater. I play music before class every day. So when they're coming into home room for the first forty minutes or so. The music playing and conway is one of the things i play kind. Of course when we were making the slide show at the end of the year. We needed to pick a song serving. And one kid's goes is. It has to be god's away on business and i felt like i had tainted this eighth graders. Oh my god. that's hilarious. misery river world but my favorite line is the who were the who were the ones we kept in charge killers thieves and walker..

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"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

06:01 min | 5 months ago

"tom wait" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Way Are give me another one john. Step right up. i'm not making fun. Advertisement it actually got used in an advertisement and then He ended up suing over the song. I think it was like pepsi or something but making fun of advertisement. It's a. it's a really cool song. That's hilarious yeah and then Just very quickly. As i said before. I love the album bad as me and so that's one of the songs i love bad as me And it's again of rockin tune of him just talking about how no one is as bad as him but then he does all these kind of mundane things. So it's really quite funny. That's him he's real tongue-in-cheek. In and my last honorable mention was surely okra which is just. He does amazing vocals on that song. It's a real. It's about like sailor. And he sounds like he's got he embodies the what you think of a desperate and drunk failing. Yeah i mean we should talk about the fact that he sounds like a demented louis armstrong with his voice he sounds like that in real life to has regular voice is very kind of gravelly in kind of thing that he's seen the world and he seen some things kind of the way i kind of think of him in that And just really quickly so Talking about the sailor theme shiver me timbers one of my favorite songs and the heart of san saturday night classic tune and the only one. I think my wife had actually heard before. I met her that she was like. Oh this is. Tom waits And then one last one is time. And i do love that song. It's a beautiful beautiful song. And you know there's a great cover of toy amol singing time. And it's it's it's heartbreaking. It really is heartbreaking. Yeah heartbreaking. I discovered that when i was making my list that i like his line odal heart wrenching ballads. That just literally rip your heart out like we we wait. Are we get way. Do we get to our final to my last. Two are absolutely heartbreaking All right so we're going to get into this list now. We're going to do what we've been doing before and having the songs.

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"tom wait" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"tom wait" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

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"tom wait" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

10:57 min | 1 year ago

"tom wait" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

"For me on these there are some songs like if I go through like going out west. I've froth on Haad murderer. I read Bon deep. Love Black Wings. I think he's SUCO. Earth died screaming actually coveted. Siamese Jesus GONNA be here. I love the ocean. Doesn't want me today that song I mean. That's that's seminal and then as a poem go for the Nice Ones. Haven't you haven't at all? I really liked the ballads way. GonNa draw humidity's lyrics blame you guys with most people in that. There's something wrong with me. I'm such an optimistic person. And a lot of my lyrics are uplifting. But there's something doc in my heart then there's the really duck stuff what with begs the question. Then what is your Shit Song off? This grey album Nash. Well We. It's it's sacrilege. You guys have led me into here. I'm GonNa make the assumption can't choose let me down upon it. It's fifty three seconds of a of drawbridge kind of thing like we can't choose that one why I have to not choose that. Yeah one well. It's now Canada's a Song. He's a question for you ask. Why include that one as a single question? Yeah that's my like you needed to put that in. I could understand putting that in if it wasn't such an atmospheric doc full on album like if you're into production my God. This is just so cool. I love this album for the production of it if you put headphones on listening to these albums awesome and it takes you into all these spices and if I had done a conventional album and I had that let me down on but upon it which was Which is so vulcan. Give and so much like creating a space in a place that would be. Kinda cool and I'd put fifty three minutes. Maybe at the end of an album halfway through but he is not in lack of vibe album so I would say. It's just not needed Tom. You might hear are but the other thing I would say about this album and all of the stuff. He was making stuff like this in the eighties. And I've made this probably that's at this point but this is ninety two. Yeah people now in two thousand and twenty you you interesting and varied production a lot more than you used to and you might even hear it in quite a puppy song now. It's it's a thing in a pop song that everybody he is to actually have some really cool interesting sounds in their download. You took it off a movie. You know that's part of Pop music now and that's why to me pop. Music is not shit anymore. Because it's it's sort of taking more risks but and it was interesting stuff of course going on ninety two but Jeez it's pretty groundbreaking. Why under it's a lot different to the popular stuff in ninety two? Yeah you you forget. How clean production was even in the early nineties and coming off. The eighties was so clean and cheesy. Since then I know they're although synthesizers and stuff trendy now but because it's been long enough that statute of limitations means that it becomes the train back same as this mustache But but it's just like he is such an individual. I mean I just think. That's that's the point about Tom. Waits and yeah you know. I wonder how many people will get into. Tom Waits over the years. Now that we're in a playlist world. Where if you don't like it in two seconds you move on if I didn't have to do my time if he didn't grabbed me with one song and then I'd do my time listening to the other ones. I might not have got into the whole lot. And that's the value of the Elbe Beck skin the day. What's the gateway album for new. Tom Whites Fan. 'cause listen to a few over the last Last week will say but I wouldn't say bone machines your gateway album. I hear it's not it's like you took the EMT and if it's not like I'll have a little little bit of acid or not DM tape off to the realm that's What would be? He doesn't provide many gateways. But I think after this there was another seminal album. Probably I'm guessing. Ten years later mule variations Which was a bit more rustic? It wasn't so so. Doc maybe murder in the red and that kind of flavor would sounded like a lot of it was recorded out side It was a bit blue's era yet. Bit More rustic rather vinnie industrial. And that was that could be a good guy. Clay you know. Some people these stuff in the early seventies where he whatever dirty closing a great album. Yeah Yeah I mean there's that whole era. That's a different artist. And you know he was only into. He's he's live show was like a comedy routine into bb at the piano and he was the smoky bar entertaining guy. That's worlds apart from this. But that's that's career progression interesting. I'm forty three so I just realized I he recording this thing. Yeah so what am I doing? I better not fuck around on the next hour. We're expecting a bind machine now. I gotTA DO my machine instead of. Maybe maybe not the place for it on the beach here. You know know you south wealthier so come on. So what's your shits. That's how Well I think it would probably bay the ones that are really hard to listen to. If you're not GonNa let me do that. Other one. That's an in-between a a probably have to. Well sorry guys. It's in very much contrast to you and your flavor and taste in music and people. Most people who are listening will disagree with me too. But I think whistle down the wind. What if I don't know why I'll tell you the reason I know it's not ship. It certainly not shit. No but how could assum beyond Tom waits album on Bein machine and I I just barely know it so I must have. Do you know how many times I must have skipped this song. That's interesting Each to their own. Not What? I'm looking for You know like I've written. I've done ten albums and I've identified. I've ever done a pretty really pretty song. I'm trying to develop that side of myself. Yeah to Blue Okay Fair. Enough Dan went. Td what's your shit on Giving given the five more minutes Larkin Mar Sheet Song Nicole Sam in Nicole. I'm sorry man is just like the longest on the album. He carries on abydos. Just like get it you have to in my shit sock is probably to pick one. I'd probably pick track three such a scream. Yeah I was. Yeah that's understandable that one I could go for such a scream or ole stripped down as well you know. They're pretty ones. I would skip back in the day. They they they have but they didn't have to match a strong enough vibe to allow you to put up with especially if you're a more mainstream list now the the things you have to deal with get we. He's you know not that. It's not that listenable low sums. Yeah so actually that's That's Tom Waits by Shane. Just before we finish up and let you go You've got your podcast titled Soulful Conversations during tells a little bit about the podcast typically WanNA chain in. Yeah it's Very much not what we were talking about here it. Yeah as I said I had missy Higgins on. I was just editing not yesterday and I started with John Butler Gilbertson view of characters. Like that. But it's more people from the roots now from the Regina from all genres of music. I'm going to get more surfers in because I have a lot of friends who pro surfers. That's what my book is about is surfers in music. Which we didn't speak about. Your book is called Jam. Jam By not plug in the Kelly Slater Steph Gomo Jack Johnson. Respect about perform a huge. Jj Fan from back in the day. Paint Murray Pete Myers. He's he's a legend so I'm going to get them on the podcast but it's it's basically every day wisdom and just things that people can use in their life to make their lives more. Happy that you can learn from somebody that you like. Oh Wow cool that peasant. What are they reckon? So you know we had cates Bra. I had Brian on last week and she was. I didn't know she was such an inspirational human So really helpful So that's what that's all about and what are you. Are you doing any sort of getting into this? Live streaming that a lot of lot of artists and bands. Doing the minute anything coming up. Can we shoot into anything? Yes I've got one on the sixteenth of May at eight PM Alive Draymond. They were putting a lot of focus on that to try and make that as big as possible within and people can just. It's paid ticketed but you just buy a ticket. You can pay one dollars. Special people are affected by the corona thing. You have you know some hardcore fans of paid up to one hundred bucks which is very naughty of them but I do appreciate it. I'm just trying to find a way of getting those those boxing at the moment. And just do what I can so Jesus that worked out in. That became a viable thing moving forward. It'd be awesome tastic and if you had to nominate any anyone to come onto the podcast as a guest This is your chance to throw them under the under the bus Who would you nominate to come on here and talk shit songs wreck right albums that you can recommend well I was just catching up with Harry Angus at the beach choosing the Cat Empire GonNa Harry? He'd be a good one okay cool. We'll reach out to Harry. Yeah.

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"tom wait" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"tom wait" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

"See the other thing with Tom. Waits is he gets away with it. He's got this persona so he can be a sentimental as he wants because he's music is so graph and you just coming off the back of black wings so he'd never loses anything by getting a bit sentimental and it's interesting that he can make such diverse albums where he can jump to that because then we go next to adult. WanNa grow up which is a funny little song. He's a fifteen sixteen years old in this and he's like forty year old's body uses forty two forty three when he's recording this album and all right it's like. I don't know there's a lot of depth this almost sure if this is Tom. White says midlife crisis this this album. It's it literally. There's much death but then this song in there as well. It's like what I don't want any kind of stay where I am But Yeah Great Song. I love this. Think one of the best on the album. He's very so you must make a meantime publishing because like I just heard this on something. I don't WANNA grow up. It seems like folks turn into things they never want. Yeah Yeah but he must make a mean publishing because they just they're really specific like I could see why that would end up in a movie. It's heard vision this before I'd heard on. Actually I thought Oh that's doing cover. The reminds thought. Oh this is Tom. I told myself SPA and I was like the reminds of King. Tom Waits you know this. So many like he's one of those guys like dealing that is so covered people and their covers. Everybody's cover is necessarily more listenable than Tom. Yeah so so that. He's the covers. I'm like Even Rod Stewart Covered Wile E. SONGS. Maybe using that might've been a Jersey girl song that Bruce springsteen cupboard. Anyway I digress. The video for this I think was filmed by video footage as well. But it's it's got a we'd we'd start to the style of this Watch it. It's bizarre and then and then actually the coffee and cigarettes Saying that I was talking about before with the Pope was actually filmed I after they did the video of this I read as well. But it's all right. It's a spooky US video theorize start at the video. Wow how we doing a spooky video thought from that really attractive.

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"tom wait" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"tom wait" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

"Clean Square this. He's ten tenth release. The was he go twenty albums now something like that. He's got a huge discography behind him. But when this album opens are literally the I I I wrote with this this Jangling of Boone's behind me like I am stocking like a Voodoo village and this kind of strange ceremony going on around me for the next fifty three minutes. And it's like I imagined always like Hans Solo in Chula. You know in return the when they captured by the walks in this ceremony going on. But it's much more darker than that. It's like it's fucking in its burden's going around but the album itself. Yeah a lot of a lot of guest appearances things like that And I think whites as well. I've got this. This idea ran him as an artist is that he's like travelling vagabond on the outskirts of music. He's he's he's GonNa White for you as a listening to come to him. He doesn't seem obvious that goes out to us. Not like Mick Jagger and he's just like if you discover me you discover what can cool I'm going to try and voice. Your attention usually the lyrics on Sabin one. The one of the things that really stood out to me I love that about him and I must say I haven't followed that myself. I would've loved to. It's a positive purity like I'm doing what I'm doing. Fuck you if you don't like it. I'm not trying to make top forty hit here whereas I have written songs like okay. I need a four on the floor. Bang on it's going to be a single here. I want people dancing. He he's he's also from a different era where he was. I A style making great money from probably I'm guessing and and a career from he's recording. So he could be more of a purist and he's such an accomplished songwriter. He started out doing that. What what do they call that thing? The tin can alley thing. Where you just you go to work. You put on a suit as I. A lot of the old musicians actors as they've had jobs as a song he did this voluntarily. I think but some people like I think Dolly Parton those country guys Willie Nelson few those people. They would just go to work and they were professional songwriter. And that's a neil diamond's another one they would wear They'll go to work every day and write songs. I think Tom Whites did that voluntarily. Yes the suit and go back and write songs. I would love to do that. I think that's so good. But that's you know he's got practice at writing songs that's why they so amazing and They have the debt. If you're looking for yeah like if you're looking for something Mala to put it in the background of your next. I'm yoga session or You know they on offense. Yvo Sunday this is not gonNa Bayfield. That's not gonNa work but you need you need to. You need to listen hard and you need to listen sometimes past a lot of gravel. I can I jump the auto. Or How do you do we? We track track. You go something we crush. That's okay so earth died screaming track. I love yeah I think just touching on what you're saying. There is a little bit him voluntarily like putting himself. He did rate a quite once where he said. You almost have to create situations in order to write about them so I live in a constant state of self imposed poverty. So yeah he's he's like all these lyrics there He's talking from observation from what he says. He's not this so much depth to these lyrics. He's just talks adjectives and adverbs but try to soften what he's actually saying. He's not going to tell you what it is But Yeah I. I think that this song is well. It's I duNNo. I see foreboding climate change in it like will the thought screaming while I lay dreaming Yeah gentlemen but that yeah that long. Well Hell doesn't want you in heaven. He's full it's like a recurring theme. I think throughout this album lack of of death and yeah. I'm sure we'll get to this but I'm just GonNa say it now People listening to this. You can listen to his albums but it is just as entertaining to listen to his interviews and the reason my dad got into him was in the seventies. He came out to Australia and he was on the Don Lane show and he was just smoking. You know used to smoke on on on the show any smoking away just blowing smoke in Don Lens face and be sort of ignoring you and He had a bottle of wine in a paper bag. I think it was as I recall and he was drinking. He seemed quite drunk but he was also acting the drunk. Yeah and Maybe they work this out before but it is so cool and he say no. These one line is sort of as I say half with him any because I like John was signed something he himself a drink and put his and and he put it. He was trying to put these bottled down. And Don Line said I'll just put it in and you've got your bottle there in front of me and he goes. I'd rather have the bottle in front of me then a frontal lobotomy. You come up with that. True poet writer poet summer as well. He said I don't have a. I don't have a drinking problem until I can't find a drink. Unsung is it yeah. That's cool earth screaming and that's track one. Yeah I mean I just I just love the lira. It's full of great lyrics. It rained macro it writing tribe. I think it's pretty after it is just fantastic for me. That's track once and then you you can't have quite relentless opening song isn't any jump into in the ground which which it doesn't get much more upbeat in this song visit. It's people hear US talk about this. I mean like to rush out and listen to that quick now I look. I think is guiding vocals. A great this firm listening right now really really blues he Ryan and but still very somber and depressing cheating. I love a man like a lyric on this but during the ground I mean it's it's death literally again Like the Dodd scramming dirt in the ground. I think there's a lot of death on this on this album know the chorus. I'm listening to it right now. It's where where all gonna be early in the ground or I've always been into that I idea anyway like and the interesting thing about the music in this. It's sort of like kind of this Mellow Saxophone. Kind of thing and what they did was they got one really. Great sex often it's to build up like It's probably maybe ten layers of sacrifice and I. I'm just listening now. I think that's all that's in it just moist and Tim lays of sex fine. Who the hell thinks of that? I've never heard of that in my life but the first night on this song for May was it starts and continues for some cool Sax Ralph. Connie and I don't know who the Fuck Ralph Connie is Barney. Check him out. I think it's very cool. Yeah just that idea of langer it but like what Tom Waits used to do I think he does in these albums is itself is always imagined that he's if it was if it was made doing at via so any other musician. Now doing it. The It'd be multi tracking it and I'd be doing all putting all these sound effects in that. Oh you can hear most of his stuff. He actually does as a performance even the The sounds I mean that is light one guy layering but often. It's all done live and that's one point. I was GonNa make throughout this whole album. It's hi Fi. Lo Fi like it's super well recorded on beautiful gear but then it sort of like lo fi sounds voxy of yet. I think so and that only comes back to the title of the album like bone machine tall the bone machine. It's not. It's not a track on the album. It's not a lyric in the album but literally is just the bare bones that you have He it's a really really stripped back production on this as well. I feel like normally. The is the album about death but literally the the bones and it's just a skeleton of a record. Almost this much layering that you could put on her that he could have charged him to put on. And just didn't it's tasteful in that way in original.

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"tom wait" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

10:11 min | 1 year ago

"tom wait" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

"I never would ever be heard ever on triple J. When I started I was playing blues music and I never expected to be on triple J and actually ended up being the host of the roots and all show as well. That was another thing that I was. GonNa ask about that right here. Well that was really amazing but even at that point I was like my God had these happen like even thought I never thought one day. I'm GonNa be big are going to do this. I'm going to do that. I never thought any of that stuff. I just didn't want to work a day job. Yeah that's the only thing So yeah I was really stoked with that and you know I really hate this about being human. Sometimes that I could be so cheeky as to be stoked with that and then at other points in my life got fuck you know. I never really got where I should get. Or whatever it's just like such an annoying thing about being a human that you can end up getting ungrateful and thinking that. Y'All washed up you've underachieved. I've had times when I've thought that too. But it's like it's good to have conversations like this when I remember I never had any plans of achie- of any of ever even been on triple J. So yeah I feel very lucky. That's interesting I mean and you know when you look at Your Aria nominations and you win I mean does. Does that mean does that mean anything to you. I mean the Arias. They voted for by the people by culprits. I can't remember to be honest. I can't remember one. I think breakout and another Sung of mine. One Opera awards which is the songwriting and that was really really cool. Yeah I still think the is a cool. I'd still love to win an Aria. But it was pretty cool to be nominated. I just I've always at the time especially I was working away at my career like it was this project. I'm trying to make myself more successful and every time I'd get an award I think right. What's next that'll help? I've been validated. Thought I how cool and I'll tell you what I probably regret that that I didn't in my Korea thus far just sort of smell the roses. Enough like wow. That's really cool. Isn't it and really sit. I mean what are you going to do to sit and talk about it old? I I don't know but I had that work mainly attitude of like okay. Let's go think about what's next. I kind of think to get really hippie about it because I I did go through these stage recently. Maybe two or three years ago. That really helped my career where I started trying to work on manifesting your dreams and this and that and I did think it is sort of bad language to never stop and really appreciate those things and guy. Wow well that's really good and that means I achieved this and I've been so lucky right when you just move onto the next thing you know like you get in your marketing you get one client and you do really well and you make a lot of money and you do a good job for them and you'll get right with that. What's next then you end up in a situation where you never actually feel that you've achieved anything and then that's really bad for your psyche stout and then you stop projecting that out to other people and then you will go downhill because you're not realizing the successes that you've had because you just deny them every time like do really good especially playing solo so much energy and vibe when you played thousands of people just by yourself but sometimes I'd walk off stage and like people will be really screaming and screaming like the energy. You could feel the VIBE. It's really quite strong. Especially when you're the only one on stage but then I'll be like yeah. That was great at the time. And then think yeah you know I did all right. Whatever and you start talking down. Very Good Ozzy. Try TO SELF-DEPRECATION. Right. Yeah and it it. Just start to try and pick myself up and call that bad language. That's the real swearing. It doesn't mean you have to be boasting issue can keep your humility. But you've got to be thankful for the things that you get along the way and so you can keep that vibe going because you know you guys you know yourself. You've been doing your professions long enough to know that you just don't want to. You need to avoid that rat. You need to like stay stoked about what you doing. So yeah that's that's something I think about Co thome whites also a big fan of collaboration. Respect bet you'll collaboration with the Gospel living in Duly A- Often people like yeah kaethe. Richards and Your your latest album mojo features. A lot of collaboration is collaboration. Something amongst Well among song seeing us on rod is open people. Let yourself a common source of inspiration. And and I guess who did? Or how do you choose to collaborate with but just look at you guys like you know you get this podcast on you would never get the podcast down without each other to bounce off and it makes it fun and then you're hanging out while you're doing the podcast and you know it's really cool and I just find night? I've got the studio here and I've got the skills to record myself and I could probably especially if I worked at an improved my production skills more. I probably had the skills for many years to put out albums and stuff but I just need another person to bounce things off and I make better music when I collaborate. And then I mean all of the collaborators of mergers there are on Mojo they'll actually legends on what they do as I it's a real value. Add you know when people look and go. Oh my God okay chambers. And wonder how she'd sound on. Nash grunwald Joe Bonham Mass as a effing shredder And other things come from it so I don't think there's enough collaborations music a lot. But they should be mall and I'd like to do more You can achieve so much more when you collaborate. I've had times you know especially the fact that I was playing Solo where I've just kept it all to myself many many time those early albums that I played every instrument on it and I wanted it to be that way. I didn't want anyone else in it. I wanted it to be this really pure thing. I couldn't even play drums and I'll be playing the drums on it just so I don't know that's that was what I was into but now I'm really into the collaboration thing okay cool shall we talk into thome whites bone machine then get get. Let's get greedy and Dan because this there's a lot to uncover here feel feel album. I'm literally I was listening to. This went off. I when Walt said it's a ashes requested whitesman Michelle channels like okay. Cool are not Tom Waits. But I know Tom. Waits and I was like okay. Cool so chuck by machine on and was like holy fuck man. It's lucky arm listening to this at one PM on a Sunday afternoon and not like two. Am on a stormy. Evening Shitting bricks if I was saying yeah. It's greedy it's like it's like I'm GonNa Cemetery It's it's dock and And full in places and a lot of recurring themes in there that I Guess Yeah we'll get stuck into but What were your has overarching thoughts on on the on the album when you first heard well. I'm just looking at. Earth died screaming the first track. I used to come to that Song. Did you yeah? It's a complete. I like this when Hell doesn't want you in Heaven and heaven his full a love that Larry and put it in. This cul a walked in between the rain drops straight down to square. I don't even know what that means. The army of the aunts will leave nothing but the bones and the scream lead dri me yeah lansing interns a prophecy of complete armageddon and doom into The sulful it breezy but soulful thing. It's a great. It's a great open. I mean I love it I was. I was reading An interview with him and he basically said it was record. Album was recorded in a cellar. Said it was just essentially a cement floor hot water heater and that was enough for him to record this album and you can still see it right. It's kind of really cold dynamic Nicolas's hot water. See A hot water heater and it. It's gotTa there's a lot of darkness going on in this album a lot of different things but my initial thoughts were. I gotta be honest. Tom Whites I mean I probably knew. More of his acting work on the same era. And obviously you know he's he's a bit of a regular all. Jim Jarmusch Films Jarmusch John Rush. And he did. He did a really good film about ten years ago. But it's called a look it up in a minute. But he was brilliant in that stuff and about over the years. I've seen him getting interviewed on shows like Letterman and him and let him at this time of great Sort of a bouncer between them and stuff and the thing about him. As if you if you if you if you can't see them in you hear it and you kind of make your mind up about this guy. Looks like when you look at it? And he's got this big solve you know it's Morrissey quick thing but just goes up. It doesn't go back. It goes up and then he comes on stage and he's got his gravelly voice. You know fully a day smoker kind of thing and each is going back and forth with Letterman. And it's just quip in an at the end of the it's like by the way you've got new album at right go nuts. That's the interview wrapped and stuff but some earth died screaming. His is either a great job. Heavy book.

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Tom vs. Team: Why Brady is Moving On

ESPN Daily

08:52 min | 1 year ago

Tom vs. Team: Why Brady is Moving On

"Well amidst everything happening in the world. Right now Tom Brady singlehandedly. Wrestle control of the new cycle and in the process basically gave us in sports media a miniature stimulus package by announcing that. He's leaving the New England patriots. Seth you have covered Brady forever. You've been to his house. You've covered this team for a while. What was your initial reaction to today's news? I think it's been in the works for a long time. I think it's been in the works since training camp and I think that people just didn't want to believe it New England fans didn't want to believe it some media members didn't believe it. Even people close to Tom. Brady didn't want to believe it. Even the people who did believe it in some ways didn't WanNa believe it and yet here we are I should note here that all season long says McCain has been texting me. I think this happened. I think this is going to happen. And I've written back really come on really stuff so you were right and here. We are and as you mentioned not. Everything's been roses in New England for quite a while now and we'll get to that but until I think this season. It didn't seem realistic to a lot of people that he would actually leave. So let's go back to the beginning of the year. When did that start change? Well I think that he almost left training camp because he was so frustrated about the contract negotiations that were going on with the Patriots for years. Now he is wanted a commitment and he has said with every ounce of sincerity that he wants to play until he's forty five years old and I think there's a part of him that felt like he had earned that commitment from the New England patriots but in lieu of that. He just wanted clarity. If you don't want me here fine I'll move on but you have to let me know and in the fall of eighteen. He signed what was termed at the time. As a two year extension was not an extension it was essentially five million dollars in bonuses that he never hit and then this year he entered the year as fifteen million dollar quarterback on the books which is astounding in August. He and his camp were in negotiations with the Patriots again. They were not interested in committing beyond a year to him and again reportedly he almost left training camp because he was so frustrated about it but when he finally did commit to playing and sign the deal he said all along that he was just an employee there. I show up and do my job. I'm an employee like everyone else. I'M GONNA show this week to do the best. I can do a quarterback when he said I'm just an employee here that was a little bit different and everybody always knew that even though Tom Brady could say he was a player just a player. Everyone knew that he was Tom Brady. Everyone knew that he could talk to. Robert Kraft whenever he wanted to. Everybody knew he go to Robert. Kraft's house whenever he wanted to so. It was always a little ridiculous that he would say that. I find your point about him saying. I'm just an employ really interesting because everybody knows that bill belichick is fairly ruthless. Really when it comes to you know how he manages personnel in his job is GM. He will move on from a star a legend right away but it was always the assumption. Tom Brady was above that he was not just an employee. He wasn't just any player to ballot. Check do you think that changed at some point recently or do you think that's always been the case? I think it's always been the case but I think what changed was Tom's perspective. I think the assumption was that it was Bella. Check who would be willing to move on from Brady and cut or trade him. Even though we all knew that Robert Kraft was never gonNa let him cut or trade. Tom Brady unless things got so bad that he had no choice to do it. I think there was always the presumption that Tom Brady wanted to retire a Patriot and again the past couple of years. There's been a lot of turmoil in the building. Twenty years is a long time to spend working so closely with a ruthlessly driven coach like bill. Belichick there's one assistant who told me working one year with bill. We'll take a year off your life and Tom's been in that system for a long time and he's tired he wants to do something new. I think that's were Brady. Decided to take control of his story and changed things Brady starts talking about himself as an employee and I think this sense of unease sets in did that persist throughout the twenty nine thousand nine season. He's a professional bill. Belichick said professional once. They're they're they're going to do everything they can to win every week but the season for the Patriots was weird season. It was a weird season because their offense didn't pull its weight for the entire year and that's very rare especially the last half of Brady's career with the patriots as they become they become so much of a pass. Heavy offense dominated team you know. Obviously they had Antonio Brown pretty was very excited to play with him. They light up the dolphins with Brown in the lineup. Antonio Brown had been accused of sexual assault then. A sports illustrated article comes out detailing. All kinds of new allegations and Robert Kraft who says he doesn't involve himself in personnel and football decisions makes a decision organizationally that they're gonNA move on from him. Brady was very upset about that and I think bill belichick was upset about it too. They wanted to see what the offense could do with Brown and so I think that's one of those sort of hidden moments from the season that I think ends up becoming a bigger deal than it was because after that the New England Patriots is here without Rob Gronkowski. Just couldn't get a receiver as open as they were accustomed to in the past. And so the offense just didn't play very well into remember at one point in the season. It looks like the Patriots were. They were talking about going undefeated again and then they lose to Miami in the last game of the season at home and then they come out against the titans in the in the wildcard round of the playoffs. The Patriots were beaten up for most of the game and yet late in the game. The Patriots got the ball back and it just looked like they were going to recapture the magic. The magic that were so accustomed to seeing from Tom Brady. He hit a pass for about twenty yards. Got a little bit of breathing room and then the drive just stalled and on second down Brady threw outside of Julian Edelman white behind Brady Bunch. Before it was an out route join Dorset Britain dropped back. It was a route two oldest football. It's a route that these guys have run so many times over the years short set walks in on the side at the forty five yard line turning to run an element dropped the ball and even though that's not when the game ended it felt like the game ended right there. You could feel the air. Go Out of the stadium. You could feel the wind. Go out the New England patriots sideline it just felt that after twenty years after all those super bowls after winning and losing some of the greatest games in NFL history. This run was over. That's the way it felt to me. Tennessee titans have come into foxborough and defeated. Tom Brady and the pats twenty to thirteen in his wildcard. Rob You were there. What was brady like in the aftermath? I've seen Tom Brady. After a lot of losses I've seen him after a lot of season ending losses. He looks physically ill. After losing a game that ends their season but against the titans after losing game ended their season this year. He seemed different. Usually Tom waits a long time. The game to come to the podium and granted the game ended late but he came out of the locker room like a hurricane and he got to the podium and was in no rush to leave. He sat he chatted. There's nobody who had a better career I would say to me. I just being with them so I'm very blessed and I don't know what the future looks like so I'm not going to predict it so I wish you'd want tonight and We should done a lot of things better over the course season but we just tend to get the job done. It was just a different vibe that he put out there that I've ever seen before and when he left and he walked out. He just had a vibe that he was over it he was done.

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‘The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs’ Trailer: James Franco Hangs Out In Coen Bros’ Netflix Western Anthology

Lights Camera Barstool

01:30 min | 2 years ago

‘The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs’ Trailer: James Franco Hangs Out In Coen Bros’ Netflix Western Anthology

"New trailer on YouTube came out for a net flicks and follow g. movie written and directed by the Coen brothers. And it has a fucking great name. The ballot of BUSTER Scruggs just Elliott. I mean for pod that loves the name Busta for BUSTER. Scruggs is pretty close. That's great. What do you think about this when it's a six part in film. Tim, Blake, Nelson, Liam, and James. Franco's Zoe Kazan there. Tom waits in it. A lot of random people in it again and follow film. There's six different chapters are saying, now this is a Netflix movie. I'm excited for it premiered in Venice to Venice film festival, actually don't know how it did. I gotta pull it up, but what did you think about the trailer? Yeah. Anything the Cohen, brothers do. I'm immediately excited for. I don't even have to watch the trailer, although I don't think my film criticism is to the point where I can properly judge the Coen brothers in the same way. A lot of people do with a lot of nuance and and good take on it. I will say BUSTER Scruggs is the perfect Cohen, brothers name for that. You know, evoke ation of Americana net that Cohen, brothers type role. So yeah, anthologies, they're big right now. Aren't they like rhyme Irvy's been doing a lot of anthologies. On the on the FX channel. What would some of his projects? And they're having a moment. Maybe the Coen brothers will take it into high gear.

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"tom wait" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

09:34 min | 2 years ago

"tom wait" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"On my knees duprey books and we had Allison two thousand two came out the exact same day that blood money. A second album came out. Not many people not many musicians do that. It's it's not album much less a not even a part one and part two. It's like here's one. Here's an separate albums same-day. Alice is kind of Tom. Waits version version of the story. Alice in Wonderland Yeah. He's got this song in there called Sorry if I I don't speak German. It's called like comedy tune. Speight sounded sounded. Nice and don't be late is the translation which makes sense awesome mad hatter but the rabbit The time and Has That's Kinda the whole song is he's got this eye. Boom boom boom boom boom boom boom and then the whole thing. He's gone each. You spared typo glitch which means be punctual. And he's booklets zyppah could and I don't know it's just kind of a sounds very junkyards center wonderland. You're walking around. Yeah and you just traveling like band player and that's exactly what it reminds cool. It's really cool and then blood money a little darker denser Tom. Wade's he's got some The album cover kind of speaks for itself. it's a good one And then you have real gone in two thousand four still does pumping them out. This has got to be. I think my favorite Tom waits album. Well that's because this one. He kind of strips away just tonality in general and goes complete rhythm. I'm like he's still use this tonality music. Excuse me tonality tight. Musical instruments like Guitar Bass Piano all that stuff but he uses them in a rhythmic mkx fashion. If that makes sense doesn't really use them as a tonal instrument which is sweet and his son is a DJ's slash. Josh scratcher. Does the ones into IDI emmer. Yeah he He scratches on vinyl in the back of one of the tracks. Okay that's pretty. It's Cool Educational Song Orphans Brawlers ballers and bastards. That should be our new ban. I should be a bargaining brawlers borders orders and bastard that's a really good album the glitter in doomed who are really good stones. Now what was that human gloom doom and gloom Two thousand nine. He had this live album that he released with the glitter and doom tour is really good. I don't know if you live albums. Yeah it's good. Tom Waits one bad as me was his most recent album that he released in two thousand eleven has really good song. JONQUIL Chicago on it. Okay I haven't heard any of these so I'm just like often. Well I haven't heard of any of these last couple. Well no yeah. They're good bad as me I would say crop twenty-first-century Tom how okay I can hear that. Okay I accept that answer and then to Capitola. Fuse inducted into the hall of fame the Rock and Roll Hall of fame that same year. What are their credentials for that? Why remember yeah what two decades test you? Yeah Twenty Five Years Twenty five years based on one you released your whatever you WanNa call your first song. Yeah and then you have to be like nominated by illuminated group and you have to be great society you have to be thought of as contributing impactful impactful actual museum society so which I do talking about dude created his own Jonrowe pretty much. You can't really say what his drama is. Tom Waits you know and I hope he does. I hope I haven't heard anything but I hope he does continue to tour and perform. Hopefully we get a new album soon but but John take you buy your ticket. I flip in hopes because look at this. He's got four. Oh Six oh nine eleven and then he's done. Yeah I don't know maybe maybe maybe he hung up. Yeah that's what I'm wondering is he still has been acting he did AH seven psychopaths. He was in that recent. Really Two thousand twelve eleven. Thirteen something like that And then he was in this movie called Risk Cutters a true love story. Gee it sounds email and it kind of is but it's like a damn good move you saw it. Yeah and the beginning is is A TOM waits song disguise cleaning his room to Tom. Waits Dead Lovely John. Real Gone Waymo and he listens to the song at the end of the song he kills himself clean kills himself and then he goes to this like purgatory type world. Some really good musicians. Yes movie and the risk cutter a loves. Yeah and it's really just dark but funny too. I think you'd like to me just because you idea like that stuff. Yeah you kind of like that. Dark humor I think kind of like myself and then most recently remember that imagination of Doctor Parnassus or Doctor Parnassus. Yeah he was in that too. He played one of the Older versions of what's his name character to guy that died. I never saw. I know that movie okay. Remember how they had like Johnny Depp. Different actors people What's his name? biking leisure yeah. Replace him in all but they had a bunch of different people. Play him while when he died. Didn't sound or look all weird. Tom Waits is like the older version of I. If I'm not mistaken he was the older version of pleasure. Tom Wade is in the way the episode. Have you been teasing all damn day. They're good and I hope you like a hand picked him for you. He had like four. He wouldn't even let me look at these now. We have a master note. And he's like don't go down to the Jones. You go to page nine. Please thank you yeah go ahead. Tom Weight is number one the other day. I overheard my kids talking to my younger boy and they were saying. Don't ever don't ever ask ask Dad for your help with your homework. They said I made up. A war wants a war. Remember asking Your Dad Homework. Go Ask your mom remember that. He just go so far that he makes up. That's all there is phone we've talked about this artist. This is about Keith Richards. He's been borrowing money from me for so long that I had to put a stop to it. He's a gentleman gentleman. He came into the studio and took off his hat. And all these birds flew out. I have no idea. I not sure I get hour okay. Tom Rates that's just his mentality. Is He always drunk or pretty much the next fun is you know. I don't like straight lines. The problem is that most instruments are square and music is always around. That's a good balance. So that's kind of you know breaks into the whole junkyard like the conventional musical instruments just doesn't fit his range of what he wants to create so That's a get on next. One Disneyland is Vegas for Children Yes it is. The next one is talked about this guy open for ranks who the next one we talked about Opened for Frank Zappa for John. Pine Martha and the Vandals Sonny Terry and Brownie mcghee. I even opened for Buffalo. Hello Bob gotta take it where you can find it up like yeah shots fired. No I thought that was pretty good. Like that's just his type and the final one which is just stapled Tom. Tom Waits a gentleman. Is someone who can play the accordion but doesn't want what does that mean. Because it's such a horrible instrument that Karen play but chooses not to like people through that horror of listening to you. Gentlemen Gentlemen you know how to the player but you don't let anybody that's Tom. That's in there right after you explained that I love that one the most. That's all I got for. Thomas Sound weights g learn anything about learned a hell a lot. Did you learn anything about Tom About Tom. None of it. We're talking about Tom. Still Wilson make sure to follow the show on Apple. podcast tins one day spotify quondam condemn it What else we got Google play? Google play last of him or on the best side of all time. Aw Possible you. Oh I thought you're going to have to spell it out. I DARE DOT COM DOT COM. While you're there you can also follow me and famous on our individual pages. Leave us a review on itunes. Please send us a message. Leave a review. Mike shout out. Who knows who've done it before until next time everybody? Thanks so much for listening We'll see you next week.

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"tom wait" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"tom wait" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"A lot of good covers a lot of hits from Tom Waits. He's a good songwriter. I think let's go back to the beginning of early. Tom Weights claims to have a pretty normal childhood other than being born out of a taxi and being either the first second or third child. Hey Man I'm taking my odds zero. He would visit relatives in and around Grizzly and Marysville. I guess that he's Moved around California a lot. He cited his uncle's raspy voice as inspiration for ariss vocals. I mean you probably have some tight uncle. Yeah I wanna hear what that sounds like a great uncle weights. And he's raised mostly by his mother. His father left the family family. I think he was hitting double digits. Twelve something like that. Yeah Daddy that's why it's such a good song I know what great formulation we go for the For the Tom what are some. Inspirations the Tom Waits is cited the glad you Amos Stephen Foster aww fantasy of and foster huge fan of being crosby. Who isn't am I right and I think this next guy kind of encapsulates his own style? George Gershwin if you've you've ever listened to George Gershwin he's got this really free flowing jazzy. Kind of Improv. Feel and I think that's staple Tom Waits I think. That's his underlining underlining very abstract yeah in vary not four chords e I guess if I'm going to make it kind of relatable to the point Yeah that's George Gershwin and she was like you know. Let's do absence of rhythm and just make it more and if you hear Gershwin you're like okay. I can see where he got that from. Nineteen fifty nine is parents separated. He was only twelve twelve years old. So you're close quote. That's mom took live in San Diego. That's where he grew up basically quickly through his teen years sixty eight. He graduated from Hilltop High School in Chula Vista California There he learned how to play guitar and piano now. The played in a band cutting us rb band that they called the systems. SORTA band called the nocturnal emissions later. Like a wet dream. Yeah he has some very interesting band names which I mean. He's a he's Kinda Pun within himself. we'll get into goes into hit though weights `ISMs Yep exactly. He was a closet. Frank Sinatra Fan. Yeah which. I'm not in a closet around. It can't be any more yeah. He's big big Frank Sinatra Fan. That big band that I don't know you hear it. I think you know a little l.. Stripped down in weight but I heard one story One document that I watch where he over to his friend's house and you had had one of his friends was like a big Frank Sinatra. His Dad's like big Frank Sinatra Fan. So his friends be playing in the yard or something he would sneak into his dad's study in the Frank. Frank Weiss friends route being kids being normal I feel that Tommy Nineteen seventy-one he moves to La and gets a job as a bouncer at the troubadour club which had been on the tripled. Our Club We had a few artists that have played there. We had SAM. Am Fisher was wasn't there Fisher in the Fontaines for rip too fond gumbiner forgotten. They broke up especially Charlotte. Wow that's not creepy hank. You're cool too cool. He also served in the coastguard just for like a little bit. He wasn't all about that. He was more about the bouncing at the Juba. Yeah you know. And I think that's where he got most of his Most of his inspiration was being a bouncer at the troubadour. I mean he'd watch people come in and out and like listen to what they were talking about and I've heard that's kind of where he started getting his songwriting right. We'll be kind WANNA touch on that kind of like that different people and what better way to find the wall in a bouncer. That's like perfect. I didn't even think about that all these drunk on people with their problems and he just writes down. I'd song about exactly well. Another big thing about the troubadour in Tom Waits careers. He met her Cohen that ills. Frank thanks apple producer. Yeah we mentioned him in there He liked Tom Waits. He thought he had this originality to him and he met him. I and I can see that because Frank Zappa's very almost to say I would call them the same kind of palate that often guard very if you got to listen to it not just you now have it on in the background type of music and you can hear that more with the live performances. I feel like between the two of them. Oh totally totally So he gave them a publishing contract. Act he liked him too well enough as a songwriter which I mean like I said he does have good. songwriting chops as a musician though. Yeah it was kind of I mean. He's he's okay Who else did we do wasn't L. is Willie? He was really more well known for songwriting in his early stages than actually musician of songs big by other people that Arrow. Yeah normally what we've seen is kind of this. You know you have one hit or a couple hits and and then you make it big in your first album this pressure to the sophomore sophomore album exactly sophomore slump heard that Yeah Freshman fifteen you know. I got up in Virginia but knife first album was killer was a banger in this sophomore. Slump really got me. He can't get any more. I took it off the shelf because target doesn't so CDs anymore dish so that was pretty much my only vendor. Why would you say you're just like why would you say that Tom Waits wasn't a very good musician like I think he's a great musician? Well as far as like that. I said he wasn't and we'll address. If you're if you're herb Cohen well you know as far as you know. He thinks he's a good songwriter by not good musician. Like what would make you think He just doesn't get it. His style of it is how I interpreted that kind of eccentric especially so you have to tactic and if you haven't heard that before it's kind of like what I said at the beginning or the first time listen to it. It was like this is just random noises that and it's got that avant garde free flowing will that we've talked about and and beal combined aren't very digestible to the like popular music genre that we've seen in known. Yeah and so I feel like that's probably why he's only got this cult following. I was listening to this documentary about him and they said he totally could have gone this pop route and made the four chords and still a great singer songwriter. But he didn't. He wanted that originality and he wanted that you know this. Is Tom Waits. This isn't Tom Waits. It's with a bunch of other type singers. Like he's got his own thing and he does. Can you name another artists. That kind of has this type of John Roosa. Yeah it's like like its own style. Its own theme. And Yeah at works to me. Works but Yeah so when he finally got performing at the troubadour caught her. Cohen didn't really like him as musician. Tom Waits didn't like that so he got in line with David. Geffen who owns asylum records and he gets a contract with their nineteen seventy to tell me that Dole tell the people again the story about how David Geffen Kinda found around him or heard him Geffen was listening to his Tom Waits a couple of EPA's as he was his wife was like cleaning the bathroom one night and I guess like once I think closing time came on he. She liked dropped everything and was like what is this song like. This is awesome like in and and then from that point on he knew he was like yeah. This is this a forest. Yeah reckon with. He's got this original sound and like we said earlier it was tenor sound is a little more palpable. It wasn't so greedy and Grungy yes so like junkyard style exactly and if you haven't heard closing time it is a really good song. It's like staple Tom Waits. I would say that one and it's either plural or singular. It's either heart of Saturday night or hearts of Saturday night. I can't remember. We'll get the heart of Saturday night. I cheated she doesn't look forward so yes she heard closing time. It was like what this is awesome and yet cut him a deal to record at asylum. Records in seventy two releases closing time. The album seventy-three He was living out of his car when he recorded and released classic. Tom Wasn't say what does that you know. What does that paint paint? A picture in your head is all that rockstar mentality lifestyle without the which you think is the Rockstar like the rolling stones. Exactly the rock star. That's always kind of down in the dumps. Like either he's hungover he's out of money but he's still torn and he's still doing he's living the Rockstar life flake traveling by himself. Yeah you're exactly right. It's like you know you had the rolling stones that were singing about the rock store. Life is awesome and then you had. Tom Waits that was like the rocks. Are Life is you. Know it's real you gotta you gotTa love it or leave it type of mentality and I don't know he was just kind of a truth. Truth Singer I guess if if anything else So yeah let's get into his music career little bit. Oh by the way all fifty five that was on Closing time it's an eagles cover eagles cover that and By the way I was going to mention this before the eagles another kind kind of like spectrum opposite of what Tom Waits was I was listening into documenting. That they're saying the sixties and seventies the eagles kind of took that nostalgia and kind of ran with it and was like you know. Remember how great it was to be at this time. And then Tom Waits took the nostalgia of the sixties and seventies and and kind of made a longing for it in his music and kind of made a you know like like I yearn for the sixties and seventies not all member. How great they were like? It was like man I really. I really wish I could go back in those times like in little more affectionate for those. You know olden days. If I'm not mistaken that's well said we get the heart of San. Thank you hard of Saturday night. Nineteen seventy four one of my favorite albums. I have framed favorite song on your favorite album. Is New coat of paint. His piano skills are above. Mar Track it's so cool the beginning part and then it's just like Improvisation slash embellishment of the same theme throughout the whole like. I don't know I mean you know what I mean you hear it to Kamalia and then it's a little different and it's a little different and it's just like this soulful drunken guy but he's hitting every note. Yeah yeah no it's good. Yeah definitely down. Uh You wear taught.

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"tom wait" Discussed on The Auideo Show

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