Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Classic interviews on Amazon

Amazon.co.uk has a "Classic interview" (sic) album with Tom Waits scheduled for release in November. No further details are available at Amazon or at Chrome Dreams, which is mentioned as the producing label. The cover art shown on Amazon says this "classic interviews" (plural) includes a 16 page booklet illustrated with rare photographs. Amazon.de (Germany) has a product entitled "Classic interviews" scheduled for release on October 24th. The ASIN is the same for both products (B000BHANZO).


(thanks to Shane)

UPDATE: Amazon.com has this item listed as well, albeit under then name Tom Watts.

(thanks to a sad young man)

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi there,

amazon.com lists the Classic Interviews - CD as well under

"Classic Interviews [IMPORT] (Audio CD) ~ Tom Watts"

If they insist on their typo sales figures won't be great….



Best regards, and thanks for your great site,

sadyoungman

zenora bariella said...

You're the best, Eyeball (and Shane)! You never miss a thing re/ Tom Waits. I've ordered the Interviews already.

bren said...

Hi there
great site - as a tom waits fan, it's great to know there's a place you can go to get all the news!
I was going to say, I've a few interview-type CDs, all of which came with booklets and "rare photos". What these turned out to be are radio/TV interviews that someone's managed to buy publishing rights to.
They can be pretty cool, but awfully repetitive. For example, I bought a Tori Amos one which was a collection of radio interviews done for the "Boys for Pele" album. While some were interesting, you start noticing the same things are being said over and over...

bren said...

Hi there
great site - as a tom waits fan, it's great to know there's a place you can go to get all the news!
I was going to say, I've a few interview-type CDs, all of which came with booklets and "rare photos". What these turned out to be are radio/TV interviews that someone's managed to buy publishing rights to.
They can be pretty cool, but awfully repetitive. For example, I bought a Tori Amos one which was a collection of radio interviews done for the "Boys for Pele" album. While some were interesting, you start noticing the same things are being said over and over...