Stream Tom Waits’ personal ‘best of’ playlist

76-song selection marks the re-release of his 1970s albums

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Tom Waits’ 1970s Elektra Asylum albums, from Closing Time to Heartattack And Vine, are being re-released today.

To coincide, Waits has curated a 76-song, career-spanning playlist of his own material which you can stream below:

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The re-released albums are available digitally now, or you can buy them on CD from Tom Waits’ official store. Closing Time is also available on vinyl now; vinyl editions of the other albums will be available to pre-order from tomorrow (March 24), 1000 of which will be pressed on moss-green vinyl.

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