“One From The Heart” by Tom Waits with Crystal Gayle - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1982 →Album Chart of the Decade: 1980s →

TJR says

The soundtrack album to the Francis Ford Coppola film of the same name, both released in February, 1982. Synopsis: The story begins on the evening of the Fourth of July in Las Vegas. Hank, a mechanic, and Frannie, a travel agent, break up while celebrating their fifth anniversary. He has been insensitive to her yearning for adventure and excitement. They both spend a night with their idealized partners — Hank goes with Leila, a circus performer, and Frannie goes with Ray, a waiter who passes himself off as a cocktail pianist and singer. I guess late night jazz tinkles and “expressive” female crooners are just not my thing, what can I say? It's Tom Waits, there are moments. Nominated for an Academy Award for Original Music Score.

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A1 [05:16] 4.5.png Tom Waits - Opening Montage (Tom’s Piano Intro: Once Upon A Town, The Wages Of Love) (Tom Waits) Jazz
A2 [02:13] 3.0.png Tom Waits - Is There Any Way Out Of This Dream? (Tom Waits) Jazz
A3 [03:54] 3.3.png Tom Waits - Picking Up After You (Tom Waits) Jazz
A4 [05:53] 2.5.png Tom Waits - Old Boyfriends (Tom Waits) Jazz
A5 [02:53] 3.9.png Tom Waits - Broken Bicycles (Tom Waits) Songwriter
B1 [04:26] 3.8.png Tom Waits - I Beg Your Pardon (Tom Waits) Jazz
B2 [03:43] 6.0.png Tom Waits - Little Boy Blue (Tom Waits) Jazz
B3 [03:00] 4.5.png Tom Waits - Instrumental Montage (The Tango, Circus Girl) (Tom Waits) Jazz
B4 [02:20] 6.6.png Tom Waits - You Can’t Unring A Bell (Tom Waits) Jazz
B5 [05:45] 2.6.png Tom Waits - This One’s From The Heart (Tom Waits) Jazz
B6 [01:37] 2.3.png Tom Waits - Take Me Home (Tom Waits) Songwriter
B7 [01:00] 4.5.png Tom Waits - Presents (Tom Waits) Film Score / Incidental

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