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Tom Waits For No One

Can we just talk for a moment about this amazing piece of history that was shelved for the best part of 30 years? Maybe there's some people who don't know what it is so I'll just sum it up briefly: one of the first known examples of rotoscoping used for music videos, featuring the god amongst men that is Tom Waits.
1Tom Waits
Small Change


Watch it for yourself, it's a very charming piece of animation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCNDZY4vXPs
2Tom Waits
Mule Variations


I know this isn't new information or anything but I watched it again today for the first time in a while and it struck me by just how ahead of its time it was. I'm sure there's some people on here who weren't aware of it so I wanted to draw some attention to it.
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