Tom Trauberts Blues - Rod Stewart - Unplugged ...And Seated (Cassette, Album)


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Label: Poker Sound - 1329 • Format: Cassette Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Poland • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Classic Rock


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9 thoughts on “ Tom Trauberts Blues - Rod Stewart - Unplugged ...And Seated (Cassette, Album)

  1. Origin and recording "Tom Traubert's Blues" was written by Tom Waits while he was living in London in In an interview on NPR's World Cafe in December , Waits stated that the title character was "a friend of a friend" who had died in prison. The song's subtitle ("Four Sheets to the Wind in Copenhagen") is a reference to the time that Waits spent in Copenhagen, Denmark while on tour in Genre: Blues.
  2. Tom Traubert's Blues Lyrics: Wasted and wounded / And it ain't what the moon did / I got what I paid for now / See you tomorrow / Hey Frank, can I borrow / A couple of bucks from you to go.
  3. Mar 07,  · TOM TRAUBERT’S BLUES – ROD STEWART – Unplugged and Seated Album Guitar tuned one semi-tone flat to be in the same key as the album [Intro] C / Dm / C / F / C / C / D / D7 / G / G7 F C Wasted and wounded, it ain’t what the moon did Dm G C-G-C I’ve got what I paid for now F C See you tomorrow, hey Frank, can I borrow D G A couple of bucks from you to go C G C G C G Waltzing .
  4. Rod Stewart ‎– Unplugged And Seated Label: Croatia Records ‎– MCT , Warner Bros. Records ‎– MCT
  5. Wasted and wounded And it ain't what the moon did I got what I paid for now See you tomorrow Hey, Frank, can I borrow A couple of bucks from you To go waltzing Matilda, waltzing Matilda You'll go waltzing Matilda with me I'm an innocent victim of a blinded alley And I'm tired of all these soldiers here No-one speaks English and everything's broken And my strength is soaking away To go waltzing.
  6. In Rod Stewart covered this as "Tom Traubert's Blues (Waltzing Matilda)." It peaked at #6 in the UK singles chart. This was the second time Stewart had charted with a Tom Waits song. In he had a transatlantic top 10 hit with Waits' "Downtown Train.".
  7. Rod Stewart sounds fine, if a little bit ragged at first, and the set opens with a wonderfully tough acoustic rendition of the sleazy rocker "Hot Legs", and the unplugged versions of the Faces' only hit, "Stay With Me", and Sam Cooke's "Having A Party" are equally superb/5().
  8. Eric Clapton's Unplugged turned the MTV series into a pop culture phenomenon, one that was especially appealing to veteran rockers because all they had to do was dust off their old hits and give them a nice, relaxed reading -- the perfect re-imagining for middle-aged rock stars. Rod Stewart leaped at the opportunity and, in many ways, he seemed even better suited for the gig than Clapton as.

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