Once described by Elton John as “the Jackson Pollock of song”, Tom Waits is an inherently American artist. Over the past four decades, Waits’ eccentric boho brew of junkyard scat, jazz, gutter blues, tin-pan alley excursions and avant-garde cabaret have howled into the ether and reverberated back again…transfigured into something wholly his own.

One day we will interview the man, dipping into all of the above – but until then, this; the BBC’s 2017 documentary on Waits by filmmaker James Maycock: Tales From A Cracked Jukebox. Streaming in its entirety, below . . .

Further Reading:
Town Waits – The Aquarium Drunkard Archives

4 Responses to “Tom Waits: Weird Tales From A Cracked Jukebox (Documentary)”

  1. […] Posted by Tuneboxes Team on December 6, 2017 […]

  2. Wonderful – thank you…

  3. Fantastic! Thnx!

  4. Thank you! Life is better with AD.

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