Monday, September 27, 2004

Tom Waits, Human Beatbox

A promising description of Tom Waits's new album from

Known for refusing to conform to any style or structure, Waits is said to have combined everything from funk and Jamaican rhythms to urban and rural blues on "Real Gone." The set features such cuts as the comic, funky and instructional "Metropolitan Guide," the R&B/hip-hop inspired "To of the Hill" (featuring vocal percussion supplied by Waits) and the rock-steady groover "Sins of the Father."
Plus, Les Claypool plays on the record.

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