- Published: [S.l.] : Anti, p2006.
- Year Published: 2006
- Description: 3 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Language: English
- Format: CD
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Orphans : brawlers, bawlers, & bastards
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Call number: CD Rock Waits Orphans
Available Copies: Downtown 2nd Fl.
- 01. Lie to Me
- 02. LowDown
- 03. 2:19
- 04. Fish in the Jailhouse
- 05. Bottom of the World
- 06. Lucinda
- 07. Ain't Goin' Down to the Well
- 08. Lord I've Been Changed
- 09. Puttin' on the Dog
- 10. Road to Peace
- 11. All the Time
- 12. The Return of Jackie and Judy
- 13. Walk Away
- 14. Sea of Love
- 15. Buzz Fledderjohn
- 16. Rains on Me
Lie to me -- Lowdown -- 2:19 -- Fish in the jailhouse -- Bottom of the world -- Lucinda -- Ain't goin' down to the well -- Lord I've been changed -- Puttin' on the dog -- Road to peace -- All the time -- The return of Jackie and Judy -- Walk away -- Sea of love -- Buzz Fledderjohn -- Rains on me -- Bend down the branches -- You can never hold back spring -- Long way home -- Widow's grove -- Little drop of poison -- Shiny things -- World keeps turning -- Tell it to me -- Never let go -- Fannin Street -- Little man -- It's over -- If I have to go -- Goodnight Irene -- The fall of Troy -- Take care of all my children -- Down there by the train -- Danny says -- Jayne's blue wish -- Young at heart -- What keeps mankind alive -- Children's story -- Heigh ho -- Army ants -- Books of Moses -- Bone chain -- Two sisters -- First kiss -- Dog door -- Redrum -- Nirvana -- Home I'll never be -- Poor little lamb -- Altar boy -- The Pontiac -- Spidey's wild ride -- King kong -- On the road.
Performed by Tom Waits.
The first disc, Brawlers, is as beastly and rambunctious as it sounds. These are the loud nightowls, staggering through the neon pre-dawn and causing a ruckus.
Bawlers are the lonesome ones. The ballads told through cigar smoke and a glass of whisky at a dive bar on the edge of town. I find it's better to come to this place for a few songs, but I don't stay for the whole night.
And Bastards is for the hardcore Waitsians. This is the experimental pocket full of literary musical interpretations from Bukowski, Brecht, and Weill. It's pure carnival and loads of fun.
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