Tom Waits - Live at the Orpheum Theatre, Memphis, 4 August 2006 (Orphans Tour)

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Tom Waits - Live at the Orpheum Theatre, Memphis, 4 August 2006 (Orphans Tour)

Tom Waits - Live at the Orpheum Theatre, Memphis, 4 August 2006 (Orphans Tour)
FLAC | Above average bootleg quality | Duration ~02:16:01 | 720 MB (744 MB packed w. recovery) | custom covers

I hope all you raindogs get the chance to get this one; A full treat from Tom's Orphans Tour from this summer. Artwork is included.

Credits go to Pascal and eveyone at waitswatcher

You may watch a quite bad video from the concert at http://maquinadehuesos.

Instead of anything else, but the song list, just a couple of lucky eye & ear witnesses' own words from eyeballkid

I miraculously got tickets to the Tom Waits show in Memphis and I have never been happier. I spent a week and a half telling random people all I knew of the man and forcing people at work to listen to his songs.

The show was unfuckingbelievable. From the beginning when he posed behind the curtain to the end of his very nicly long encore, was an experience.

Unfortunately I have two of the rudest people in creation sitting in front of me. They didn't sit for the completion of even one song. Instead they chatted and moved around and for some reason kept leaving. I however wouldn't have left if the venue was on fire, as long as Tom Waits was still playing.

I got to hear "Tango til their sore" which is probably my top favorite song, which was an experience I will never forget. I got to hear a couple of stories, one about a square watermelon, and even heard a couple of songs I hadn't before.

All in all of the best experiences of my life and one I hope will one day be repeated. I don't care about the cost, if I have the chance, I'm seeing him again. Rock on Tom Waits!
I absolutely loved this show and I'm still pinching myself that I was able to see him after waiting 25 years. I thought Duke Robillard was an interesting and thoughtful choice as a new voice in reinterpreting Waits' music with a decidedly bluesy approach. For me, it was quite a treat to see a show which featured Tom playing the songs he wanted to play without a cd to sell, or a t-shirt, for that matter.

Performance List:

-disc 1-
Make It Rain
Hoist That Rag (Tom on maracas)
Shore Leave (Tom on maracas)
I Ain't Goin' Down to the Well No More (Tom on electric guitar)
Yesterday Is Here (Tom on electric guitar)
God's Away on Business
Who's Been Talkin'/'Til The Money Runs Out
2:19 (Tom on megaphone)
Dead and Lovely
Tom on piano with Larry Taylor on bass:
Tango 'Til They're Sore
House Where Nobody Lives
The Ocean Doesn't Want Me Today
Invitation to the Blues

-disc 2-
Whistling Past the Graveyard
Heartattack and Vine/Spoonful (Tom on electric guitar)
Shake It (Tom on electric guitar)
It Rains on Me (Tom on guitar)
Lie to Me, Baby
Trampled Rose
Get Behind the Mule (Tom on electric guitar)
Murder in the Red Barn (Tom on electric guitar)
Going Out West
Day After Tomorrow (Tom solo on acoustic guitar)
Sins of the Father (Tom on electric guitar)

8 consecutive rar files with recovery record, (7x100+44 MB), standard password:
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Enjoy and remember
For fans by fans and never for sale
Heave away boys!