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Old 06-24-2008, 10:19 AM   #6
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after the discussion with WDecraene yesterday about the horrible Tom Waits :irony mark: and how some of his songs might be bearable when sung by rod steward and the like, i remembered that along with the eleventy-bunyip Tom Waits albums i unthinkingly have accumulated i also have "Step Right Up: The Songs of Tom Waits" as performed by artists such as Violent Femmes (damn ! i forgot them on my list on that other thread...), Jim Buckley, and Drugstore.

Old Shoes by Drugstore is beautiful, as is Martha by Jeff Buckley (it'll break your heart...)
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