"I was really nervous. He came with about 600 guitars in a semi-truck. And a butler. We were in these huge studios in New York, like 'The Poseidon Adventure.' Huge, high ceilings in these rooms like football fields. They'd fill these things up with orchestras and we were in there with five guys. It felt a little weird. He killed me. I was really knocked out that he played on all those things." -- Tom Waits
Tom Waits tells Pitchfork that though they go back to the 1985 album 'Rain Dogs,' meeting up with the Rolling Stone again to work on the freshly-released 'Bad as Me' album felt "a little weird."