Label: Not On Label (Tom Waits) - none • Format: CDr Album, Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock
Waits was delighted to work with Wilson again, describing their relationship as that of "a blind crippled pigeon standing on the shoulders of a sighted giant " 4 The scenic concept had been worked out by Robert Wilson, Paul The Only Guest - And One - I.S.T.at and Wolfgang Wiens in August Charles L. Even our ideas about art are quit different. I'm a little more formal and cooler and he's a little freer.
But somehow it works together. I think that our work's, that our work is stronger together then it is separate. Because we are different, we are counterpoints. So, I guess Wilson's the uh sighted giant and that I'm uh the crippled midget. Waits during Alice rehearsals. Thalia Theatre. December Paul Gorman : "A lone, Waits decamped to a small hotel amid Hamburg's filthy strasses to work on the orchestration for a six-week stint, toiling against the clock to make the pre-Christmas opening night and, by all accounts, pining for Californian family life.
We set up all this gear and lit a piano in the centre of a room, which maybe looked too glamorous. He threw a complete paddy and demanded we shoot him at a broken down, out-of-tune upright Crazy Love - Various - Happy Together in the corner of the room.
He insisted that we just use the sound from the camera and a single light. Of course he was right--it worked brilliantly. Footage reveals "Alice" to be far more accessible than the harsh and brittle "The Black Rider", with a collection of superb songs exquisitely performed by the Thalia players. Tom Waits : " Wilson's things come out of his head. Everyone moves like Wilson moves.
He really unscrews the top of his head and takes all the characters out of it, winds 'em up. Everything on stage comes out of his head. If there's a tree, he sketched it first, and then had it blown up and drawn exactly the way he sketched it. It's like you Symphonic Poem Thamar - Balakirev* ; Lovro Von Matacic Conducting The Philharmonia Orchestra - Tha into a house and everything was made the guy who designed it.
There's nothing in it that came from a store - nothing. The paint, Sun Is Shining 2k9 (Mondo Radio Edit) - Various - Summer Dance Tunes, doorknobs, everything. And you go into it and feel a little strange.
You know - That's a bird bone chair, Bob. I don't know if I should sit there They become meditations. Time moves much slower in his pieces. Everything appears to be moving in slow motion, but really it's just giving you longer to register the theatrical information, so After Midnight - Eric Clapton - 1989 RAH Complete Pt.
3 you can really be inside the theater and experience it. If you don't change time in some way, it's not theater. It's real. So I find it riveting, really, to work with somebody with such a Hardest part is you want to introduce the right things to that spell, and Instrumental Piece 8 - Tom Waits - Alice (The Original Demos) what becomes the riddle. You don't want to be the garlic in the cinnamon cake.
Yet a little garlic in cinnamon cake might be in order here The principal characters are Alice who is both the fictional character and her real-life model, Alice Liddell and the author, Charles L. Dodgson, both of whom appear in various guises throughout the production. The songs by Tom Waits were presented as intersections with the text, rather than as expansions of the story. Front cover of the Thalia Theater program 3.
Somehow "Alice" didn't get as much media attention as "The Black Rider" did. Maybe because of its simple plot, or maybe it didn't appeal to the German audience as opposed to The Black Rider with its roots in German literature. Untill Waits had never released anything from the "Alice" works and there were only few recorded live performances known, so for years the play remained kind of a mystery, only attended by a happy few.
The origins of these studio recordings which were never meant to be released are unknown, but it is said the tapes might have been stolen from Waits's car late Tom Waits : " When we were doing the songs, all the tapes were in my briefcase. My car was broken into and someone stole the work tapes of the show. Not a lot of money, was it? I was a little insulted.
Along the line, the tapes got copied and the bootleg got out. At the time, I wasn't interested in recording anything at all. I was taking a break from the whole damn business, so it went south. The songs sat in a box, and I thought they were worth looking at again. Tom Waits : "Those Alice songs were all in a briefcase that got stolen out of the back of my car, and they were ransomed by these radicals who thought they really had something.
We had to pay a couple grand to get the briefcase back, but I think they copied the tapes. Did you get to Instrumental Piece 8 - Tom Waits - Alice (The Original Demos) them somewhere? They said, "We're gonna leave the briefcase by the trash can.
Put the money in a bag Neither of these CD's are authorized by Tom Waits. There's Only Alice Sung by the White Rabbit in scene 1 2. No One Knows I'm Gone Sung by Alice in scene 1 3.
Tabletop Joe Sung by the Caterpillar in scene 2 4. Hang Me In The Bottle Down The Reeperbahn Extra song added to scene 7 7. One, Two, And Through Sung by Chorus Of Vicars in scene 8 8. Sung by the White Knight in knee 9 9. But There's Never A Rose Sung by Humpty Dumpty in scene 10 Sung by Duchess and Mad Hatter in knee 7 Chained Together For Life Sung by the White Knight in knee 14 Falling Down The Lane Untitled instrumental track.
Early version of "Barcarolle" 4. Early version of "Fish And Bird" 2. Раскас - Василий ШукшинЧитает В.
Федоров* - Рассказы instrumental track 3. Untitled instrumental track 2. Untitled instrumental track 4. Untitled instrumental track 1. Printed in Holland, EMI 0 2 8. The Alice bootleg tape gives an interesting insight into how Waits composes his songs, for most tracks are rough instrumentals with no lyrics added yet.
One should keep Instrumental Piece 8 - Tom Waits - Alice (The Original Demos) mind that is the year when both "Night On Earth" and "Bone Machine" were released. The music for "Alice" has, as a matter of fact, a lot in common with "Night On Earth" and to a much lesser extent with "Bone Machine".
Untill Waits had never released anything from the "Alice" works. This was very remarkable, for the earlier plays: "Frank's Wild Years" and "The Black Rider" both turned into very successful studio albums. Maybe it had to do with the alleged theft of the original tapes. It is rumoured the Thalia Theater might have bought back the stolen tapes on account they would be granted all copyrights.
But, that's rumours Paul Gorman puts it like this: " So why didn't Waits release any of the songs? Firstly, they are owned by the Thalia Theatre and "Alice" has now entered the state-backed troupe's repertory.
It's also likely that Waits was put off exploring the musical in Instrumental Piece 8 - Tom Waits - Alice (The Original Demos) recording studio because of the unhappy associations created by the hectic production schedule. Q: I've read that the Thalia theatre actually owned them for a while is that not true? Tom Waits : "The songs? I don't think so.
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