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The Best of the Waitresses
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Album: The Best of the Waitresses
# Song Title   Time
1)    No Guilt
2)    I Know What Boys Like
3)    Wise Up
4)    Wasn't Tomorrow Wonderful?
5)    Heat Night
6)    Jimmy Tomorrow
7)    Christmas Wrapping
8)    Bread & Butter
9)    Square Pegs
10)    Smartest Person I Know, The
11)    Girl's Gotta Do, A
12)    Make the Weather
13)    Thinking About Sex Again
14)    Bruiseology
15)    They're All Out of Liquor, Let's Find Another Party
 

Album: The Best of the Waitresses
# Song Title   Time
1)    No Guilt
2)    I Know What Boys Like
3)    Wise Up
4)    Wasn't Tomorrow Wonderful?
5)    Heat Night
6)    Jimmy Tomorrow
7)    Christmas Wrapping
8)    Bread & Butter
9)    Square Pegs
10)    Smartest Person I Know, The
11)    Girl's Gotta Do, A
12)    Make the Weather
13)    Thinking About Sex Again
14)    Bruiseology
15)    They're All Out of Liquor, Let's Find Another Party
 
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Performer Notes
  • The Waitresses: Patty Donahue (vocals); Chris Butler (guitar); Mars Williams (reeds); Dan Kalyman (organ); David Hofstra, Tracy Wormworth (bass); Billy Ficca (drums).
  • Additional personnel: Ralph Carney (harmonica, saxophone); Rick Daily (piano); Don Christensen, Stuart Austin (drums); Mark Kramer (loops); Ariel Warner (background vocals).
  • Producers: Kurt Munkacsi, Mike Frondelli, Hugh Padgham, Chris Butler.
  • Compilation producers: Bill Levenson, Chris Butler.
  • Includes liner notes by Chris Butler.
  • Personnel: Patty Donahue (vocals); Chris Butler (guitar); Ralph Carney (harmonica, saxophone); Mars Williams (reeds); Dan Klayman (organ); Stuart Austin, Don Christensen , Billy Ficca (drums); Mark Kramer (loops); Ariel Warner (background vocals).
  • Liner Note Author: Chris Butler.
  • Unknown Contributor Role: Mark Kramer.
  • Patty Donahue sang like she was chewing gum, painting her toenails and talking to her best girlfriend on the phone, all at the same time. Chris Butler--formerly of Akron art-rocker Tin Huey, later in the Guinness Book of World Records for writing the world's longest pop song, "The Devil Glitch"--wrote the sharpest, funniest, most surprisingly thoughtful pop songs of the American new wave.
  • The Waitresses, featuring bassist Tracy Wormworth, Television drummer Billy Ficca, and art-prankster saxophonist Mars Williams, were the tightest band on their scene. 1982's WASN'T TOMORROW WONDERFUL? was a near-perfect debut album. Only half of it appears on BEST OF THE WAITRESSES, which is a shame considering how many more songs could have fit on this 15-track CD. The other nine tracks hit the high points from the EP I COULD RULE THE WORLD and the uneven followup BRUISEOLOGY, a pieced-together album from the wake of the band's breakup.
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