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Franks Wild Years
     

Franks Wild Years

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by Tom Waits
 

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Tom Waits wrote a song called "Frank's Wild Years" for his 1983 Swordfishtrombones album, then used the title (minus its apostrophe) for a musical play he wrote with his wife, Kathleen Brennan, and toured with in 1986. The Franks Wild Years album,

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Donthinktwiceitsallright More than 1 year ago
You either hate Waits or wonder where his genius will take us next. After his 70's lounge lizard era, he made a wide turn to what sounds like a cross between a circus and a cheep carnival. He gets rid of the waitresses and strippers, replacing them with a bearded fat lady and a dirty shortchanging carny. Underlying it all are some of the most amazing melodies ever created and preformed in a way not everyone can or may with to appreciate. Waits appropriateness is in question on occasion, but I will not be the one to decide. No two listeners will agree on every track. Interpretation is the name of the game here. Like I said, you either hate him or are fixated by a creativity, unusual and unique. Although not the weirdest of Waits albums it has it,s moments.       
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