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The digital deluxe versions of Tom Wait's Alice and Blood Money each feature 5 live recordings from concerts in the early aughts. Here’s a chilling version of “Misery Is The River Of The World” from Amsterdam on November 21, 2004 represented perfectly in a lyric video with drawings by @caseyxwaits Read More
Alice and Blood Money came out 20 years ago, right after the massive success of 1999’s GRAMMY-winning Mule Variations LP and tour. The resulting LPs were acclaimed upon their release but also overshadowed by their high-profile predecessor. Over the last two decades, more fans and critics have come to embrace these works as some of Waits’ finest. Digital deluxe versions of both records, featuring newly released live performances, are out today along with limited edition vinyl reissues. Stream + Purchase Here Read More


This rare, live recording of "Lost In The Harbour" captures a chilling intimacy and features a lyric video created by Christy Smith (IG: christyscribbles) in which the viewer is transported into a haunting, somber seascape with spells of radiant light.

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45 years ago to this day, Tom Waits released his auditory equivalent of film noir on the classic “Foreign Affairs” LP, featuring iconic tracks like “Muriel” & “Burma Shave”, as well as his duet with Bette Midler, “I Never Talk To Strangers”.

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Table Top Joe from ‘Alice’ recorded live in Live in Berlin, Germany on November 16, 2004.
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