Take One Last Look-Tom Waits Saloon Style cover

Friday Feels time!
The P³ Request Hotline brings us to Tom Waits. Rich and I thought this sounded like a lachrymose saloon ballad. I hope ya like.


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11 Responses to Take One Last Look-Tom Waits Saloon Style cover

  1. Chris Brown

    Awesome cover!!

  2. Chris Brown

    Puddles, how about Dead Flowers? Or any Stones cover would be great!! Thanks!

  3. Doc Jones

    Hey Puddles, found your work very recently (first your All the Small Things cover with PMJ, then the Pinball Wizard/Folsom Prison Blues mashup, and from there I’ve been digging up anything I can find!)…

    You put a unique spin on any song, and I’d love to hear you do something by Rammstein (preferably something other than “Du Hast” or “Engel”)!

  4. Julie Cyr

    How about anything by Fleetwood Mac – maybe Golddust Woman

  5. I’m loving this “saloon style” video of Take One Last Look! Now I’m wondering how you’d do with a cover of Farewell to Storyville, recorded by Danny O’Keefe on the album, Breezy Stories? I bet it would be amazing – and oooh, you could even do it as a duet with Haley Reinhart! (You can find the song on YouTube.)

  6. Natalie

    Puddles!!! Love the new music. Can not wait for you to be in Seattle only days away!!! We have followed you for years. We finally get to see you in person. Seattle Loves you and we have great pie!

    Have you ever thought of singing Pearl Jam’s song “Ledbetter” it is made for your voice!!! Would love to hear you sing it.

  7. Hey. Thanks for all you do. I have been working on “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry”. Feels like it’s in your wheelhouse. Great little country opera. While Hank’s ghost is in the air, “Your Cheating Heart” is another gem.
    “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” – https://youtu.be/4WXYjm74WFI
    “Your Cheating Heart” – https://youtu.be/Jg2oR91_r5I


  8. Rance Crabtree

    Sundown by Gordon Lightfoot.

  9. Stuart Mostinsky

    I didn’t know where to post this but This will have to do. Being a clown that sings, isn’t it necessary to perform “Vesti la Giubba”

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