Wild Years by Jay S. Jacobs
The Music and Myth of Tom Waits

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Newly updated to include his critically acclaimed post-millennial work, this look at Tom Waits--both the reality and the myriad myths--reveals how a self-taught, drunken hipster in roach-killers and a dirty beret has influenced a generation of musicians with his sound, warmth, and willingness to take chances.

About Jay S. Jacobs

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Jay S. Jacobs is widely published in music magazines such as Creem, Magnet, and Rock Guide and edits the online magazine www.PopEntertainment.com. He lives in Philadelphia.
Published May 1, 2006 by ECW Press. 309 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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