Tom Waits: Heartattack And Vine, LP (Vinyl)
Tom Waits: Heartattack And Vine, LP (Vinyl)
€17.90
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Tom Waits
Heartattack And Vine

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
mit bedrucktem Innencover
  • Asylum Records
  • (AS 52252)
  • Asylum Records
  • (6E-295)
  • 9 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX- / EX
  • used
  • some surface marks on vinyl, minor edge wear / shelf wear on cover

tracks

A1

Heartattack And Vine

Rhythm Guitar
  • Tom Waits
Vocals
  • Tom Waits
Baritone Saxophone
  • Plas Johnson
Tenor Saxophone
  • Plas Johnson
Drums
  • John Thomassie
Bass
  • Larry Taylor
4:42
A2

In Shades

Rhythm Guitar
  • Tom Waits
Organ
  • Ronnie Barron
Lead Guitar
  • Roland Bautista
Drums
  • John Thomassie
Bass
  • Larry Taylor
4:04
A3

Saving All My Love For You

Piano
  • Tom Waits
Vocals
  • Tom Waits
Percussion
  • Victor Feldman
Bells
  • Victor Feldman
Bass
  • Jim Hughart
Conductor
  • Bob Alcivar
Arranged By
  • Bob Alcivar
3:39
A4

Downtown

Rhythm Guitar
  • Tom Waits
Vocals
  • Tom Waits
Organ
  • Ronnie Barron
Electric Guitar
  • Roland Bautista
Drums
  • John Thomassie
Bass
  • Larry Taylor
4:43
A5

Jersey Girl

Electric Guitar
  • Tom Waits
Vocals
  • Tom Waits
Twelve String Guitar
  • Roland Bautista
Percussion
  • Victor Feldman
Glockenspiel
  • Victor Feldman
Drums
  • John Thomassie
Bass
  • Greg Cohen
Conductor
  • Jerry Yester
Arranged By
  • Jerry Yester
5:09
B1

'Til The Money Runs Out

Vocals
  • Tom Waits
Organ
  • Ronnie Barron
Electric Guitar
  • Roland Bautista
Drums
  • John Thomassie
Bass
  • Larry Taylor
4:20
B2

On The Nickel

Vocals
  • Tom Waits
Piano
  • Mike Lang
Conductor
  • Bob Alcivar
Arranged By
  • Bob Alcivar
6:17
B3

Mr. Siegal

Electric Guitar
  • Tom Waits
Vocals
  • Tom Waits
Piano
  • Ronnie Barron
Lead Guitar
  • Roland Bautista
Drums
  • John Thomassie
Bass
  • Larry Taylor
5:13
B4

Ruby's Arms

Piano
  • Tom Waits
Vocals
  • Tom Waits
Twelve String Guitar
  • Roland Bautista
Bass
  • Greg Cohen
Conductor
  • Jerry Yester
Arranged By
  • Jerry Yester
5:35

Credits

Art Direction
  • Norm Ung
  • Ron Coro
Design
  • Norm Ung
  • Ron Coro
Engineer
  • Geoff Howe
  • Bones Howe
Mastered By
  • Terry Dunavan
Photography By
  • Greg Gorman
Producer
  • Bones Howe
Written By

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