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Innocent when you dream : the Tom Waits reader

Auteur : Mac Montandon; Frank Black
Éditeur : New York : Thunder's Mouth Press ; [S.l.] : Distributed by Publishers Group West, ©2005.
Édition/format :   Livre : Biographie : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
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"Here is Tom Waits in all his mischievous splendor. From a New Yorker "Talk of the Town" in 1976 to Vanity Fair's "Proust Questionnaire" in 2004; from album reviews by Luc Santo and David Fricke to conversations with Jim Jarmusch, Elvis Costello, and the Onion; from a recent profile in GQ to "20 Questions" in Playboy and poems by Charles Bukowski that perfectly capture the Waitsian world, this is the must-have book  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme : Biography
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Interviews
Personne nommée : Tom Waits; Tom Waits; Tom Waits; Tom Waits
Type d’ouvrage : Biographie
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Mac Montandon; Frank Black
ISBN : 1560256672 9781560256670
Numéro OCLC : 60530623
Description : xxii, 392 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contenu : The early years : an emotional weather report. The heart of Saturday night press release / Tom Waits --
The slime who came in from the cold / Clark Peterson --
Sweet and sour / Betsy Carter with Peter S. Greenberg --
Watch out for sixteen-year-old girls wearing bell bottoms who are running away from home and have a lot of Blue Oyster Cult records under their arm / Peter O'Brien --
Blues / James Sevenson --
Smellin' like a brewery, lookin' like a tramp / David McGee --
The Don Lane show / Channel Nine --
Not so much a poet, more a purveyor of improvisational travelogue / Todd Everett --
Waits and double measures / Johnny Black --
Tom Waits / Geoffrey Himes --
One for the shoeshine man / Charles Bukowski --
The middle years : a jockey full of bourbon. Tom Waits makes good : rock's scavenger songwriter has become a legend in his own spare time / Robert Sabbag --
Tom Waits for no man / Glenn O'Brien --
Waits never lets guard down / Craig MacInnis --
Tom Waits is flying upside down (on purpose) / Mark Rowland --
Summit talk : eavesdropping on Elvis Costello and Tom Waits / Elvis Costello --
Tom Waits / Brian Bannon --
20 questions / Steve Oney --
The fire (and flood) this time / Steve Pick --
A mellower prince of melancholy / Adam Sweeting --
Tom Waits meets Jim Jarmusch / Jim Jarmusch --
These days : come on up to the house. Tom Waits joins indie Epitaph for Mule set / Bradley Bamberger --
The variations of Tom Waits; or, What do Liberace, Rodney Dangerfield, and a one-armed pianist have in common? / Robert Wilonsky --
Gone north : Tom Waits, upcountry / Robert Lloyd --
Romance in tall tales of drifters and drunks / Jon Pareles --
Sewers of Budapest / Luc Sante --
The resurrection of Tom Waits / David Fricke --
Holding on : a conversation with Tom Waits / Karen Schoemer --
Waits : Guthrie's heir? / Gene Santoro --
The poor soldier gets those proletarian lovesick blues / Robert Wilson and Peter Laugesen --
In the words of Waits / Steve Packer --
No Tom like the present / Rob Brunner --
The man who howled wolf ; It's last call somewhere in the world / Jonathan Valania --
Play it like your hair's on fire / Elizabeth Gilbert --
Fresh air interview / Terry Gross --
The Onion interview / Keith Phipps --
Proust questionnaire / Vanity fair --
Nirvana / Charles Bukowski.
Autres titres : Tom Waits reader
Responsabilité : edited by Mac Montandon ; foreword by Frank Black.
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"Here is Tom Waits in all his mischievous splendor. From a New Yorker "Talk of the Town" in 1976 to Vanity Fair's "Proust Questionnaire" in 2004; from album reviews by Luc Santo and David Fricke to conversations with Jim Jarmusch, Elvis Costello, and the Onion; from a recent profile in GQ to "20 Questions" in Playboy and poems by Charles Bukowski that perfectly capture the Waitsian world, this is the must-have book for every fan of the artist Beck has described as a "luminary," and for music fans everywhere."--BOOK JACKET.

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