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Tom Waits - Heartattack and Vine flac album
  • Performer: Tom Waits
  • Title: Heartattack and Vine
  • Genre: Pop Rock
  • Style: Singer/Songwriter
  • Recording date: June 16, 1980 - July 15, 1980
  • Recording location: Filmways
  • Date of release: September, 1980
  • MP3 size: 1238 mb
  • FLAC size 1318 mb
  • Duration: 43:42

Heartattack and Vine is the sixth studio album by Tom Waits and his final album to be released on the Asylum label, released in September 1980. Bruce Springsteen has performed "Jersey Girl" as part of his live shows since the early 1980s, including it in his live retrospective "Live/1975–85". For the only time to date, Waits joined him onstage to sing it on August 24, 1981.

Heartattack And Vine (Remastered) by Tom Waits, released 09 March 2018 1. Heartattack And Vine 2. In Shades 3. Saving All My Love For You 4. Downtown 5. Jersey Girl 6. 'Til The Money Runs Out 7. On The Nickel 8. Mr. Siegal 9. Ruby's Arms Released in 1980, Heartattack and Vine was Waits’ final album on Elektra Asylum and it built on the raw blues approach of Blue Valentine with the incendiary title track, the funky, organ driven Downtown and the stomping NOLA blues of Mr. Siegal.

Tom Waits on the Heartattack And Vine, US Promo Pack, 1980: I was in a bar one night on Hollywood Boulevard near Vine Street, and this lady came in with a dead animal over her arm, looking like she’d obviously been sleeping outdoors. She walked up to the bartender and said, I’m gonna have a heart attack, and he says, Yeah, right, you can have it outside. I thought that was pretty chilly. So I re-named Hollywood Blvd. Heartattack and Vine" Track Info. Written By Tom Waits.

Bass – Larry TaylorDrums – "Big John" Thomassie Saxophone – Plas JohnsonVocals, Electric Guitar – Tom Waits. Bass – Larry TaylorDrums – "Big John" Thomassie Electric Guitar – Roland BautistaElectric Guitar – Tom WaitsOrgan – Ronnie Barron.

Heartattack and Vine is Tom Waits' seventh and final album for Asylum. As such, it's transitional. As demonstrated by its immediate predecessors, 1978's excellent Blue Valentine and 1977's Foreign Affairs, he was already messing with off-kilter rhythms even in the most conventionally structured blues and jazz songs, with nastier-sounding guitars - he plays a particularly gnarly style of rhythm on this entire album. Five of these nine tracks are rooted in gutbucket blues with rock edges and primal R&B beats.

Слушайте и скачивайте 1980-tom waits-heartattack and vine на Хотплеере в mp. 1980-Tom Waits-Heartattack And Vine - Downtown 04:44. TOM WAITS - Heartattack and Vine (1980) - 02. In Shades 04:25. Tom Waits (Heartattack and Vine, 1980) - Jersey Girl 05:11. TOM WAITS - Heartattack and Vine (1980) - 08. M. iegal 05:14. TOM WAITS - Heartattack and Vine (1980) - 05. Jersey Girl 05:11. Tom Waits (Heartattack and Vine/1980) - Downtown 04:45. Tom Waits (Heartattack and Vine, 1980) - 4. Downtown 04:45. Tom Waits (Heartattack and Vine, 1980) - 2. Tom Waits (Heartattack and Vine/1980) - Til The Money Runs Out 04:25

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Heartattack and Vine Tom Waits Tom Waits 4:42
2 In Shades Tom Waits Tom Waits 4:04
3 Saving All My Love for You Tom Waits Tom Waits 3:39
4 Downtown Tony Hatch / Tom Waits Tom Waits 4:43
5 Jersey Girl Tom Waits Tom Waits 5:09
6 'Til the Money Runs Out Tom Waits Tom Waits 4:20
7 On the Nickel Tom Waits Tom Waits 6:17
8 Mr. Siegal Tom Waits Tom Waits 5:13
9 Ruby's Arms Tom Waits Tom Waits 5:35


Bob Alcivar - Conductor, String Arrangements
Ronnie Barron - Keyboards, Organ, Organ (Hammond), Piano
Roland Bautista - Guitar, Guitar (12 String), Guitar (Electric)
Dave "Clem" Clempson - Guitar
Greg Cohen - Bass, Drums
Ron Coro - Art Direction, Design
Terry Dunavan - Mastering
Victor Feldman - Chimes, Guest Artist, Keyboards, Percussion
Greg Gorman - Photography
Tony Hatch - Composer
Bones Howe - Engineer, Producer
Geoff Howe - Assistant Engineer
Jim Hughart - Bass
Plas Johnson - Guest Artist, Sax (Baritone), Sax (Tenor), Saxophone
Michael Lang - Piano
Larry Taylor - Bass
Big John Thomassie - Drums
Norm Ung - Art Direction, Design
Tom Waits - Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Guitar (Rhythm), Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals
Jerry Yester - Arranger, Conductor
Comments: (2)
Whether it’s a sentimental attachment owing to its familiarity from my childhood I don’t know, but Heartattack and Vine, an apparently lesser-known transitional album from 1980, is far and away my favourite Tom Waits record, and the one I turn to when times are hard. In 1980, so the official history goes, Waits was on the verge of a breakthrough: living in New York City for the first time in his career, having just scored the Coppola film One from the Heart (“Broken Bicycles” is a high point), and alone as he ever had been or would be, he was only months from meeting future wife and collaborator Kathleen Brennan, who turned him onto Beefheart, scorned his sentimental balladeer former persona, and kickstarted the creative explosion of Swordfishtrombones, Raindogs, Frank’s Wild Years and everything since. Now don’t get me wrong, I was raised on Raindogs, I must have seen the Frank’s-centric concert film Big Time 10 times, and I worshipped at the altar of Mark Ribot via the live version of “Sixteen Shells From a Thirty Ought Six” (a choice cut of Swordfish), but if it’s emotional investment you’re after I don’t think you can go past Heartattack. “Ruby’s Arms”, “On the Nickel”, “Jersey Girl” – when I’m in the mood there’s almost nothing that can reach that deep inside of me, that speaks to me so sadly yet reassures me I’m not alone. Add to that some of the filthiest, lowdown, stark minimal blues hollers of his career – “Downtown”, the title track, “Till the Money Runs Out” – and a crack, 100% on the money, ruthless set of collaborators (drummer John Thomassie, in particular, is a precision groove machine), and you’ve got the late-night-in-a-strange-room-with-no-one-to-call-a-friend album par excellence. “How do the angels get to sleep when the devil leaves his porchlight on?” They don’t, but records like Heartattack & Vine make insomnia all right.
This album could be considered as Tom's first dive into guitar driven electric blues in the vain of Albert King or Muddy Waters. It's a sound he would stick with for the most part. He veered from it greatly during the 80s when his work defied classification completely in my opinion with his magnum opus "Rain Dogs" or "Frank's Wild Years". If you followed Tom's work in the 21st century you'd hear that he went back towards the more stripped down guitar driven tunes on albums like "Real Gone" and "Mule Variations" or the classic 90s album "Bone Machine". This album for me is one where I love half the tunes on the album and the other half I could take or leave either way wouldn't bother me much. My favorite tunes are the title track, Downtown and Mr Siegal written for the gangster Bugsy Seigal. I would say this album is more for the die hard blues fans and die hard fans of Tom Waits. That's not to say it would do you good to overlook it. I recommend this to fans of Tom's music that like it raw and bluesy but if you're a fan of his softer side there are a few good ballads here too.
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