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The highly imaginative and original Ralph Carney is gone and we send our condolences to his family and all those who loved him…

Ralph came from the land of strange and whimsical. He could be exploding like popping corn or stretched out like taffy, capable of circular breathing and punctuating and drawing shapes that dangled from your ears. He was simultaneously very old and very young and both an endearing and enduring pain in the ass.

Bless you Ralph, wherever you are. Tom and Kathleen

picture of band and crew from Big Time 1987…Ralph leaning in with glasses and a “say cheese” smile……. Read More
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In a world where everything from Sgt Pepper to What’s Going On? is considered fair game for remix “upgrading”, it’s only slightly surprising – given his nose is generally sniffing the future rather than the past – to find Tom Waits offering this revised version of his rasping, clanky collection of “cubist funk” Real Gone, which was already pretty perfect to begin with.


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‘Real Gone’ has been remixed and remastered by Waits/Brennan to sound better than ever on all of the digital music services. Some of the new mixes are radical transformations from the original versions and the whole album crackles and steams with fuller intensity and more vivid intimacy. You can find it at the Tom Waits Store or at your local record shop.

Listen Now: https://tomwaits.lnk.to/realgone

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'Bad As Me' is newly remastered by Waits/Brennan and available now on 180 gram vinyl & CD. You can find it at the Tom Waits Store or at your local record shop. Watch Promo Video

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Tom Waits recorded an instrumental version of his well known song, “Innocent When you Dream” for the player piano in the lobby of artist Banksy’s Walled Off Hotel, which is located in the shadow of the wall separating Palestine from Israel. To mark the 100 year anniversary of Britain’s former colonization of Palestine and its disastrous consequences, Banksy has mixed opulence and dystopia with his desire to highlight the daily lives and art of Palestinians. The Irish are no strangers to strife and division, and Waits selected this Irish tinged waltz because of its lyrical and wistful mix of regret and dreams for a world without walls.

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