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Franks Wild Years - Tom Waits - Big Time (VHS)



  1. Franks Wild Years is the ninth studio album by Tom Waits, released on Island Records. Subtitled "Un Operachi Romantico in Two Acts", the album contains songs written by Waits and collaborators (mainly his wife, Kathleen Brennan) for a play of the same apdodogesiseloohorgaculosi.co: Rock, experimental.
  2. Nov 18,  · referencing Franks Wild Years, LP, Album, Gat, , 7 I am in agreement that this is a gem! He seemed to fully figure out his "character" by this time/5(K).
  3. Franks Wild Years arrived on time and was in perfect condition. I adore Tom Waits so I was very happy! Read more. you really have to see the film "Big Time" to understand this apdodogesiseloohorgaculosi.co the Tom fans. Read more. One person found this helpful. which to me was the outstanding track on the album. (Tom Waits must have thought so too /5().
  4. Mar 16,  · In “Frank’s Wild Years,” Waits colorfully recites the tale for just under two minutes of how furniture salesman Frank picks up a couple beers to Author: Rick Moore.
  5. Just happened to see the Big Time video on TV; had not heard of Tom Waits before that moment. The video (taken from live concerts over 30 years ago) isn't available, but should be reproduced. The CD is great, and I found myself dancing to quite a few of his songs, which is something I haven't done in ages/5(46).
  6. The champagne wishes and caviar dreams of two-bit drifters have been Tom Waits's stock in trade through a fourteen-year career. And this album, subbilled as .
  7. In a period of his career that is sometimes described as ‘Brechtian’, Frank’s Wild Years comes out as being the most theatrical and cinematic of his albums. This is Waits’ love letter to vaudeville.
  8. The tour incorporated a theatrical aspect, as Franks Wild Years was recorded based on a play written by Waits himself about his then-alter-ego, Frank O'Brien. Waits described his alter ego, who was debuted on Swordfishtrombones as: "Quite a guy. Grew up in a bird's eye frozen, oven-ready, rural American town where Bing, Bob, Dean, Wayne & Jerry are considered major constellations. Frank, .
  9. Frank’s Wild Years I’ve been wondering for ages now whether it is Tom on the cover of the album Frank’s Wild Years. I’ve seen photos of him during that era .

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