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Bruce Springsteen has performed "Jersey Girl" as part of his live shows since the early 1980s, including it in his live retrospective "Live/1975–85". For the only time to date, Waits joined him onstage to sing it in August 24, 1981.
"On the Nickel" was recorded for the Ralph Waite film of the same name. "Heartattack and Vine" was covered by Screamin' Jay Hawkins. In 1993 this version was used without Waits' permission in a Levi's commercial, for which Waits took legal action and won a settlement. Jean-Luc Godard used "Ruby's Arms" in his 1983 film First Name: Carmen.
All songs written by Tom Waits.
|1.||"Heartattack and Vine"||4:50|
|2.||"In Shades" (Instrumental)||4:25|
|3.||"Saving all My Love for You"||3:41|
|1.||"'Til the Money Runs Out"||4:25|
|2.||"On the Nickel"||6:19|
- Bob Alcivar - string arrangement, orchestral arrangement, conductor
- Ronnie Barron - hammond organ, Piano
- Roland Bautista - electric guitar, twelve-string guitar
- Greg Cohen - bass
- Victor Feldman - percussion, chimes, glockenspiel
- Jim Hughart - bass
- Plas Johnson - tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone
- Michael Lang - piano
- Larry Taylor - bass
- "Big John" Thomassie - drums
- Tom Waits - vocals, electric guitar, piano
- Jerry Yester - orchestral arrangement, conductor