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  1. Groshura Reply
    Frank's Wild Years is Tom Waits' own version of the Prodigal Son, a tale of a zero with a dream of making it big, living the lush life along the way. Waits' classic arsenal of Coney Island ditties, Gypsy dance and circus marches are the center point while the lyrics beautifully paint the theme of the album.
  2. Nijas Reply
    In “Frank’s Wild Years,” from his album Swordfishtrombones, Waits, against a Jimmy Smith-inspired jazz organ, tells the tale of a guy named Frank out in L.A.’s San Fernando Valley, who’s.
  3. Moshicage Reply
    Waits’ second phase came with a move to Island and the left turn of Swordfishtrombones, one of the best albums of the decade thanks to the stomping ‘16 Shells From A Thirty-Ought-Six’ and.
  4. Tygokora Reply
    It’s quite easy to see Franks Wild Years as an extension of Swordfishtrombones and Rain Dogs. You’ll hear most of the aspects of Tom Waits’ broad-spectrum assault weapon (as Tom Moon described his voice) on the album.
  5. Gulkis Reply
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  6. Taujar Reply
    Tom Waits wrote a song called "Frank's Wild Years" for his Swordfishtrombones album, then used the title (minus its apostrophe) for a musical play he wrote with his wife, Kathleen Brennan, and toured with in The Franks Wild Years album, drawn from the show, is subtitled, "un operachi romantico in two acts," though the songs themselves Price Range: $ - $
  7. Taulkree Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Franks Wild Years on Discogs. Label: Island Records - • Format: Cassette Stereo • Country: Turkey • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Alternative Rock Tom Waits: Franks Wild Years ‎ (LP, Album, Gat) Island Records, Island Records: , 7 US.
  8. Zulur Reply
    And this album, subbilled as Un Operachi Romantico in Two Acts and comprising songs drawn from Waits's stage play of the same name (co-written by his wife, Kathleen Brennan), pretty well summarizes his world view. This rags-to-rags tale completes the trilogy that began with 's Swordfishtrombones (featuring the song "Frank's Wild Years," in.
  9. Kagazshura Reply
    Tom Waits wrote a song called "Frank's Wild Years" for his Swordfishtrombones album, then used the title (minus its apostrophe) for a musical play he wrote with his wife, Kathleen Brennan, and toured with in The Franks Wild Years album, drawn from the show, is subtitled, "un operachi romantico in two acts," though the songs themselves do not carry the plot.8/