Tom Waits: Bone Machine

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Bone Machine is the 11th studio album by Tom Waits, originally released in 1992 on Island Records. It marked a return to studio albums for Waits, following a five-year gap after his previous album, Franks Wild Years. The album was recorded and produced at Prairie Sun Studios in Cotati, California, specifically in Studio C, also known as “the Waits Room.” This edition of Bone Machine has been remastered for the first time ever from the original flat master tape and is available on 180g black vinyl. If you’re unfamiliar with Tom Waits, he is an acclaimed American singer-songwriter known for his unique blend of genres that includes blues, rock, jazz, and experimental music. His deep, gravelly voice and poetic lyrics have made him a highly influential and respected figure in the music industry. Throughout his career, Waits has released numerous critically acclaimed albums and has continued to inspire and captivate audiences with his distinctive sound and storytelling abilities.

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