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Wednesday, December 13th, 2006

Tom Waits' Orphans makes NPR's "Top 10" of 2006!

Tom Waits: Orphans: "Way back in 1972 The Rolling Stones released Exile on Main St. That album was a tour through various styles and genres: blues, country, gospel, etc., but with all of them filtered through the Stones' musical identity. Well, it's taken 34 years, but someone has finally created another record of equal breadth, stylistic adventurousness and power. There's something here for everyone, and yet it's unmistakably Tom Waits. Only real artists can pull something like this off, and Waits not only pulls it off, he makes it seem easy." -- Steve

Tom Waits on All Things Considered

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