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The Black Rider (1993 Studio Cast)
 : The Black Rider (1993 Studio Cast)

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by: Tom Waits


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0731451855924
Feature: Island
Format: Cast Recording
Item Dimensions: 3956724508
Label: Island
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Island
Model: 2138308
MPN: 1820162
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: 2013
Publisher: Island
Release Date: November 02, 1993
Studio: Island

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Disc 1:
  1. Lucky Day Overture
  2. The Black Rider
  3. November
  4. Just The Right Bullets
  5. Black Box Theme
  6. 'T' Ain't No Sin
  7. Flash Pan Hunter/Intro
  8. That's The Way
  9. The Briar And The Rose
  10. Russian Dance
  11. Gospel Train/Orchestra
  12. I'll Shoot The Moon
  13. Flash Pan Hunter
  14. Crossroads
  15. Gospel Train
  16. Interlude
  17. Oily Night
  18. Lucky Day
  19. The Last Rose Of Summer
  20. Carnival
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
20 tracks from the barfly poet including Lucky Day, Flash Pan Hunter; Crossroads; Gospel Train; Oily Night; The Last Rose of Summer; Carnival , and more.

Amazon.com:
Summoned to Hamburg, Germany, to write music for a live stage production of Robert Wilson's The Black Rider, musical mastermind Waits took to the task at hand with gusto, assembling an eclectic crew of musicians to become "the pit band [he'd] always dreamed of." Several years later Waits assembled another "orchestra" in San Francisco to record many of the songs he'd written for the live production. Those tracks are found here, alongside a few rough gems from sessions in Hamburg. You'll find some musical matter familiar to Waits fans: accordions, carnivals, violas, banjos, the devil (a key figure in The Black Rider), a singing saw, bassoons, and trombones. Waits's many voices tell the rather disjointed story with a variety of musical styling, and the assembled whole is pretty much a sum of its parts (but at least they're interesting parts): a touch of Day of the Dead, a whiff of carny, a nod to Brecht, a dash of film noir, and the scent of narcosis (William Burroughs makes an appearance here). Not easy listening, by any means, but a feast for the ears. --Lorry Fleming



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