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Sam & Tom/ Foreign Affairs Here We Come". In this episode we explore one of Waits' most divisive albums, the swirling noir of Foreign Affairs.
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Foreign Affairs is the fourth studio album by Tom Waits, released in 1977 on Elektra Entertainment. It was produced by Bones Howe, and featured Bette Midler singing a duet with Waits on "I Never Talk to Strangers". Bones Howe, the album's producer, remembers the album's original concept and production approach thus: talked to me about doing this other material He said, "I'm going to do the demos first, and then I'm gonna let you listen to them
Piano, Vocals – Tom Waits. Saxophone – Frank Vicari. Trumpet – Jack Sheldon. Written-By – Tom Waits (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 7 to 9). Notes. Originally released in September, 1977. Foreign Affairs (LP, Album). Asylum Records, Asylum Records. Production - Bones Howe, the album's producer, remembers the album's original. M. Deusner, Stephen (March 24, 2018). Tom Waits: Foreign Affairs". Retrieved March 24, 2018. "Tom Waits: Album Guide". Archived from the original on September 19, 2011.
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Foreign Affairs Tracklist. 1. Cinny's Waltz Lyrics.
Tom Waits had one of the wildest trajectories of any rock artist in the 1970s-or possibly ever. A regular presence in San Diego’s coffeehouse folk scene in the late 1960s, he was living out of his car when Herb Cohen, the manager for the Mothers of Invention and Linda Ronstadt, discovered him and helped to secure a record deal with the fledgling Asylum Records. With each album his voice curdled more deeply into a whiskey growl, often sounding like Louis Armstrong after a bender. His songs sprawled into strange recitations about gutter characters: strippers and barflies, hucksters and grifters, vagrants holding up lampposts and waitresses slinging hash.
Tom Waits' fifth album for Asylum foreshadowed changes that would alter his career over the next six years. It signals a musical restlessness that fueled his next two records (Blue Valentine and Heartattack and Vine), and resulted in his writing a film score and leaving the label for Island, where he was given greater artistic control. He leans less on comic relief here and more on fully formed story songs. Produced and engineered by Bones Howe, Foreign Affairs was recorded live in studio by a quintet that included West Coast jazzmen Jack Sheldon on trumpet, saxophonist Frank Vicari, bassist Jim Hughart, and drummer Shelly Manne. Further accompaniment was provided by an orchestra arranged and conducted by Bob Alcivar.
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|A3||I Never Talk To Strangers
Featuring – Bette Midler
|A4||Medley: Jack & Neal / California, Here I Come
Written-By [California Here I Come] – Al Jolson, Buddy G. De Sylva, Joseph Meyer
|A5||A Sight For Sore Eyes||4:39|
Clarinet – Gene CiprianoMusic By – Bob AlcivarWords By – Tom Waits
- Recorded At – Filmways/Heider Recording
- Mastered At – Elektra Sound Recorders
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra/Asylum Records
- Copyright (c) – Elektra/Asylum Records
- Marketed By – WEA Records Limited
- Art Direction, Design – Glen Christensen
- Bass – Jim Hughart
- Drums – Shelly Manne
- Engineer [2nd Engineer] – Geoff Howe
- Management [Orchestra] – Edgar Lustgarten , Jim Robak
- Mastered By [Disc Mastering] – Terry Dunavan
- Orchestrated By, Conductor – Bob Alcivar
- Photography By – George Hurrell
- Piano, Vocals – Tom Waits
- Producer, Engineer – Bones Howe
- Tenor Saxophone – Frank Vicari
- Trumpet – Jack Sheldon
- Written-By – Tom Waits (tracks: A1 to A3, A5, B2 to B4)
NotesRecorded July 28, August 2, 11, 12, 15, 1977 at Filmways/Heider Recording, Hollywood. Mastered at Elektra Sound Recorders, Los Angeles.
℗ & © 1977 Elektra/Asylum Records
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