Tom Waits’ ‘Bone Machine ‘

Tom Waits’ ‘Bone Machine ‘ is a studio album released on September 8, 1992 (after a full five years hiatus) by Island Records.

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Track listing : 1.Earth Died Screaming (Tom Waits) – 03:39 . 2.Dirt in the Ground (Tom Waits) – 04:08 . 3.Such a Scream (Tom Waits) – 02:07 . 4.All Stripped Down (Tom Waits) – 03:04 . 5.Who Are You (Tom Waits) – 03:58 . 6.The Ocean Doesn’t Want Me (Tom Waits) – 01:51 . 7.Jesus Gonna Be Here (Tom Waits) – 03:21 . 8.A Little Rain (for Clyde) (Tom Waits) – 02:58 . 9.In the Colosseum (Tom Waits) – 04:50 . 10.Goin’ Out West (Tom Waits) – 03:19 . 11.Murder in the Red Barn (Tom Waits) – 04:29 . 12.Black Wings (Tom Waits) – 04:37 . 13.Whistle Down the Wind (for Tom Jans) (Tom Waits) – 04:36 . 14.I Don’t Wanna Grow Up (Tom Waits) – 02:31 . 15.Let Me Get Up on It (Tom Waits) – 0:55 . 16.That Feel (Tom Waits, Keith Richards) -03:11 .

Musicians : Tom Waits – Vocals, Chamberlin on (1 – 6 – 9), Percussion on (1 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 6 – 15), Guitar on (1 – 3 – 5 – 12 – 14 – 16), Sticks on (1), Piano on (2 – 13), Upright Bass on (7), Conundrum on (9), Drums on (10 – 11 – 12 – 16), Acoustic Guitar on (14) . Brain – Drums on (3 – 9) . Kathleen Brennan – Sticks on (1) . Ralph Carney – Alto Sax on (2 – 3), Tenor Sax on (2 – 3), Bass Clarinet on (2) . Les Claypool – Electric Bass on (1) . Joe Gore – Guitar on (4 – 10 – 12) . David Hidalgo – Violin on (13), Accordion on (13) . Joe Marquez – Sticks on (1), Banjo on (11) . David Phillips – Pedal Steel Guitar on (8 – 13), Steel Guitar on (16) . Keith Richards – Guitar on (16), Vocal on (16) . Larry Taylor – Upright Bass on (1 – 2 – 4 – 5 – 8 – 9 – 10 – 11 – 12 – 14 – 16) – Guitar on (7) . Waddy Wachtel – Guitar on (16) .

ProductionProduced by Tom Waits . Tchad Blake – Engineer . Joe Blaney – Engineer, Mixing . Biff Dawes – Engineer . Bill Dawes – Engineer . Joe Marquez – Engineer .

Recorded at Prairie Sun Recording, Cotati, California .

Released on September 8, 1992 by Island Records.

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Sputnikmusic.com
Bone Machine is dark, sad, furious, frightening and beautiful; a masterpiece of experimental rock. It may not be his magnum opus…, an accolade that probably goes to Rain Dogs, but it certainly would have been for most artists. It remains one of his darkest and most interesting albums. […]

Prefix
Waits may have started the album singing about “the Earth” and how it “died screaming,” but “That Feel” is more about earth itself, about the physical and how it’s all going to break down. Here he says he’ll “cross my wooden legs and swear on my glass eye” that it’s all about a feeling. […]

Treble
. And with this favorite madman, we wouldn’t have it any other way. Please, Tom Waits, never move out of Sebastopol and keep doling out the peculiarities, because every single one so far has been a stroke of genius. […]

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