Jerry Smith - Steppin' Out / Closing Time album download
- Written-By – Jerry Smith
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|32730||Jerry Smith||Steppin' Out / Closing Time (7", Single, Promo)||Decca||32730||US||1970|
|MCA 1165||Jerry Smith||Steppin' Out / Closing Time (7", Single)||MCA Records||MCA 1165||Australia||1970|
|32730||Jerry Smith||Steppin' Out / Closing Time (7", Single)||Decca||32730||US||1970|
Closing Time is the debut album by American singer-songwriter Tom Waits, released in March 1973 on Asylum Records. Produced and arranged by former Lovin' Spoonful member Jerry Yester, Closing Time was the first of seven of Waits' major releases by Asylum. The album is noted for being predominantly folk influenced although Waits intended for Closing Time to be "a jazz, piano-led album.
Jerry Smith - Pode Se Soltar (AUDIO OFICIAL) 02:50. Jerry Smith - Smokey Corners 02:02. Jerry Smith - Vou Falar Pra Tu 02:42. jerry smith - na onda 03:39. STEPAN MORMON - American/Bryan Lenox/Dann Huff/Jerry McPherson/Michael W. Smith/Mike Lawler/Nashville String Machine/Tommy Sims - Agnus Dei 05:09. Jerry Goldsmith - The Sand Volcano (Album Version) 05:39. Jerry Martin - Desert Sand (SimCity 4) 04:49. Jerry Goldsmith - The Sand Wall 02:25.
Jerry Smith (C-137) is the alternate version of the original Jerry, he is the husband of Beth Smith, the father of Summer Smith and Morty Smith, and the son-in-law of Rick Sanchez and Mrs. Sanchez, he is also the son of Leonard Smith and Joyce Smith, and the nephew of the Unnamed Uncle, Jerry strongly disapproves of Rick's influence over his son. Along with this is his jeopardized marriage to his wife, Beth, whom he finds himself struggling to keep a hold of due to her close relationship with he. .
Closing Time Tracklist. Grapefruit Moon Lyrics. 12. Closing Time Lyrics. Closing Time Q&A. Producers Jerry Yester & Tom Waits. More Tom Waits albums.
Closing Time" is a song by Semisonic from their album Feeling Strangely Fine. The band's most popular song, it was written by Dan Wilson and produced by Nick Launay. According to the Closing Time Songfacts, this remains a popular song at bars when they are ready to pack it up. There no mistaking the message: "You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here. Inside Out. EVE 6. Secret Smile.
Within his chosen narrow range of the cocktail bar pianistics and muttered vocals, Waits and producer Jerry Yester manage to deliver a surprisingly broad collection of styles, from the jazzy "Virginia Avenue" to the uptempo off-kilter funkiness of "Ice Cream Ma. The acoustic guitar folkiness of the tender "I Hope That I Don't Fall in Love with You" is an upside-down take on the Laurel Canyon sound, while the saloon song "Midnight Lullaby" would have been a perfect addition to the repertoires of Frank Sinatra and/or Tony Bennett.