A MUSICIAN CAN be said to have won a certain high-culture esteem when the hooting and applause between his songs necessitates the wearing of earplugs, and the music does not. So it was last week for bohemia's most favored bellower, Tom Waits, during his sold-out, two-night stand in the gilded hall of the State Theatre. For the past decade or two, Waits has toured with the approximate periodicity of some odd crop infestations. And so his appearance with a four-piece band in... More >>>