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People who live outdoors. You know how after the rain you see all these dogs that seem lost, wandering around. The rain washes away all their scent, all their direction. So all the people on the album are knit together, by some corporeal way of sharing pain and discomfort. No, that isn't Tom Waits. They're called Lily woman and Rose man.
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The album, which includes appearances by guitarists Keith Richards and Marc Ribot , is noted for its broad spectrum of musical styles and genres, described by Rolling Stone as merging " Kurt Weill , pre-rock integrity from old dirty blues , [and] the elegiac melancholy of New Orleans funeral brass, into a singularly idiosyncratic American style. In , it was ranked number 21 on the Rolling Stone list of the " greatest albums of the s. Waits wrote the majority of the album in a two-month stint in the fall of in a basement room at the corner of Washington and Horatio Streets in Manhattan. According to Waits, it was, "kind of a rough area, Lower Manhattan between Canal and 14th Street, just about a block from the river