180-gram double LP
Remastered by Waits and his wife and musical collaborator, Kathleen Brennan
Tom Waits’ first seven albums, originally released through Elektra Asylum Records in the 1970’s, have been re-mastered and will be re-released via Anti-Records. Working alongside his wife and musical collaborator, Kathleen Brennan, Waits personally remastered each of the releases.
Recorded in front of a live audience at the Record Plant recording studio in Los Angeles in 1975, Nighthawks at the Diner debuts some of Waits' greatest classics like "Warm Beer, Cold Women" and "Eggs and Sausage" with a crack jazz ensemble backing him up and some of the greatest stage patter ever committed to record.
Source: Acoustic Sounds