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This is a must purchase for Waits fans, and fans of jazz vocalists.
It uses mostly simple jazz-combo arrangements that give center stage to Cole's sultry voice -- and her voice manages to do Waits' brilliant songwriting justice.
This CD is so well recorded that I had to buy an entire new stereo just to hear the hidden details.
This is an outstanding recording by an artist not as well known to most Americans as she should be. Give a try and you will not be disappointed.Published 10 days ago by Woodworker
soooooo good, so delicious, if it were some kind of honey to the ears, this album must be it.Published 20 days ago by ricKter2099
I'm new to listening to Holly Cole. This is an astounding performance and recording. Holly is right in the room, crisp, clear and full of emotion. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mark K. Terhune
I like the artist, but actually bought this to test a new reference subwoofer, due to its well known low bass. it is a great test.Published 17 months ago by sp
I am surprised by the number of excellent reviews for this album. When I was a teenager, I hated the idea of anyone performing a Tom Waits song outside of Tom Waits. Read morePublished on May 18, 2012 by John Bray
I always found it hard to enjoy Tom Waits. His vocals always sound off key and the garbling, mumbling, shouting wears thin but there is no denying, his song writing ability. Read morePublished on April 19, 2011 by Beachdood
I have been a huge fan of Tom Waits (and jazz) for over 30 years and after hearing "Little Boy Blue" on the radio I thought this might be worth a listen. It is definately not! Read morePublished on April 8, 2011 by Michael Bushey
This album is 100% Tom Waits songs; however, you would never know it since you'd need an excellent pair of glasses to have known. Tom sings the songs so much better. Read morePublished on January 31, 2011 by Stuart Meyers