Tom Waits Onstage, NYC, 1975
© Richard E Aaron

Tom Waits Onstage, NYC, 1975

By Richard E Aaron
About the image
A comical portrait of Tom Waits from 1975, the year his "beatnik-meets-Hollywood-noir period" reached crescendo with the release of Small Change. That album, which dealt with issues of existential paralysis as a result of intense alcoholism, featured songs such as "The Piano Has Been Drinking" and "Bad Liver and a Broken Heart" performed with Waits' drunken diction. 

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Tom Waits Onstage, NYC, 1975
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