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Glitter and Doom - Live (Bonus Track Version)


Download links and information about Glitter and Doom - Live (Bonus Track Version) by Tom Waits. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:49:17 minutes.

Artist: Tom Waits
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:49:17
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No. Title Length
1. Lucinda / Ain' Goin' Down to the Well No Mo' (Live Birmingham 07/03/08) 5:36
2. Singapore (Live Edinburgh 07/28/08) 4:59
3. Get Behind the Mule (Live Tulsa 06/25/08) 6:25
4. Fannin Street (Live Knoxville 06/29/08) 4:15
5. Dirt In the Ground (Live Milan 07/19/08) 5:17
6. Such a Scream (Live Milan 07/18/08) 2:54
7. Live Circus (Live Jacksonville 07/01/08) 5:04
8. Goin' Out West (Live Tulsa 06/25/08) 3:47
9. Falling Down (Live Paris 07/25/08) 4:20
10. The Part You Throw Away (Live Edinburgh 07/28/08) 5:06
11. Trampled Rose (Live Dublin 08/01/08) 5:05
12. Metropolitan Glide (Live Knoxville 06/29/08) 3:09
13. I'll Shoot the Moon (Live Paris 07/24/08) 4:24
14. Green Grass (Live Edinburgh 07/27/08) 3:20
15. Make It Rain (Live Atlanta 07/05/08) 3:57
16. Story (Live Columbus 06/28/08) 2:01
17. Lucky Day (Live Atlanta 07/05/08) 3:46
18. Tom Tales 35:52



Just as Tom Waits is undeniably weird in the studio, he takes that approach to the stage where the energy of the crowd drives him to furious heights. His singing defies logic and, probably, physics. There is tenderness in his growl, evident with the first notes of “Lucinda / Ain’ Goin’ Down…,” which ticks like an extended take on Screamin’ Jay Hawkins’ “I Put a Spell On You.” The recordings from Glitter and Doom are taken from various shows throughout the U.S and Europe and strung together as one long night through Waits-World. “Singapore” from Rain Dogs is revitalized and sent up against the post-Big Time material (his last live album) such as Bone Machine’s gospel hymn “Dirt In the Ground” re-done in slower fashion, “Such a Scream” and “Goin’ Out West.” “Get Behind the Mule” originally from Mule Variations makes good use of his flexible backing band that includes son, Casey Waits on drums and percussion. Blood Money’s “The Part You Throw Away” holds a solemn grace. (The Bonus Track Version includes “Tom’s Tales,” between-song banter including stories and jokes that could only come from Tom Waits).