“Heartattack And Vine” by Tom Waits - album review

TJR says

A bit tossed off and bit of a dip in form as far as I'm concerned, although two of the blusier tracks - “Heartattack And Vine” and “Mr. Siegal” - at least add a bit of spark. The latter would be covered to great effect by Screamin' Jay Hawkins in 1991, whilst “Jersey Girl” would be covered by Bruce Springsteen in 1984, earning some welcome dollar and respect for Waits.

The Jukebox Rebel
15-Sep-2009

A1 [04:50] 5.5.png Tom Waits - Heartattack And Vine (Tom Waits) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A2 [04:25] 5.1.png Tom Waits - In Shades (Tom Waits) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A3 [03:41] 5.5.png Tom Waits - Saving All My Love For You (Tom Waits) Moodcore
A4 [04:45] 4.9.png Tom Waits - Downtown (Tom Waits) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A5 [05:11] 4.7.png Tom Waits - Jersey Girl (Tom Waits) Songwriter
B1 [04:25] 5.3.png Tom Waits - Til The Money Runs Out (Tom Waits) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B2 [06:19] 5.1.png Tom Waits - On The Nickel (Tom Waits) Songwriter
B3 [05:14] 6.3.png Tom Waits - Mr. Siegal (Tom Waits) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B4 [05:34] 5.2.png Tom Waits - Ruby’s Arms (Tom Waits) Songwriter




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