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Nick Cave – The Secret Life Of The Love Song & The Flesh Made Word: Two Lectures

The Secret Life Of The Love Song & The Flesh Made Word: Two Lectures By Nick Cave (2000)
 

A rare and fascinating release this. We’ve been looking for it for some time and our pal mrx kindly got it into our mitts today! Thanks again mrx!

I was lucky enough to catch Nick deliver his Secret Life Of The Love Song  show and perform some acoustic tracks in a small Dublin venue what must be about 10 years ago. It was a rare and unique performance, extremely different and extremely intimate, harking back to the raw autobiographical nature of his greatest LP The Boatman’s Call.

Here’s an opportunity to revisit that show via a specially recorded studio version interspersed with some wonderful sparse revisits of classic Cave tracks.

This CD is fantastic. Amazing not only in how good it is, but even the mere fact that it exists. How many artists would release a CD like this?

The title lecture  The Secret Life Of The Love Song features Nick waxing philosophically and lyrically on the love song, it’s meaning, purpose, and relevance, it’s role in his career – on through an exploration of the critical role of sadness within the true love song and the intense power of this sadness, what’s known by the Portuguese as “duende” and what’s a fundamental element in powerfuly raw Irish traditional “Sean Nos” music.

Cave’s speech is laced with commentary on his own works and surprisingly raw autobiographical ancedotes that any Cave fan will love.

This piece also features 5 wonderful musical interludes.

Starting with the wonderful West Country Girl – with a considerably different arrangement; a good version of People Ain’t No Good; a totally new take on a classic Sad Waters;  Love Letter, subsequently released on No More Shall We Part, but new at the time; and the powerful  Far From Me, the origin of which is expounded upon by Cave.

The second piece – The Word Made Flesh – is a wonderful 17 minute spoken word piece recorded for the Beeb in which Cave talks about The Bible and how it has hugely influenced his life and his writing. Lots more revealing autobiograpohical stuff here too.

This is a must have for any Cave fan.

A wonderfully unique work and immensely enjoyable to listen to.

Not often you hear an espousal of erotographomania on stage these days!

And, you really ain’t heard nothing til you’ve heard Nick quoting Boney-M and analysing a Kylie Minogue pop classic!  

Some more info below:

The Secret Life of the Love Song is Nick’s highly original take on his personal artistic muse, and on the genre as a whole.

Originally conceived for the Vienna Poetry Festival (1998) and performed to great success and a capacity audience at The Royal Festival Hall, London in 1999, this is a special studio recording.

It includes five new and unique interpretations of the Cave songs ‘West Country Girl’, ‘People Ain’t no Good’, ‘Sad Waters’, ‘Love Letter’, and ‘Far From Me’.

The Word Made Flesh is a wholly spoken-word piece, re-recorded, originally conceived and executed for the BBC Religious Services Department in 1996.


 Like any good, or wayward, biblical scholar, perennial penitent Nick Cave knows that the sins of the father are destined to be replayed by the son. History does not record if Cave senior, an English lecturer, led an early life of wild excess and debauchery but, as he approaches middle age, Cave the younger acknowledges that everything he does brings him a step closer to his dear, departed daddy.

Originally delivered at the Vienna Poetry Festival in 1998, ‘The Secret Life Of The Love Song’ is a droll, imaginative appraisal of the form that has most inspired him in recent years. Its frame of reference includes the poets Lorca and Auden, Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen, as well as Kylie Minogue and Boney M. We may prefer our artists to be slavering inadequates, barely sentient fruitcakes, but both ‘The Secret Life…’ and ‘The Flesh Made Word’ (originally broadcast on Radio 3) are a reminder that sometimes the most impassioned artist can be an acerbic and penetrating critic. In his early solo career Cave was often enraged by critical assessments of his work and these lectures, joining such King Mob cultural landmarks as Ken Kesey, the Black Panthers and, er, Stewart Home, are a deliciously savoured and valuable type of revenge.

But Cave also delivers unerringly emotive rerecordings of his most exquisitely realised compositions (‘West Country Girl’, ‘Sad Waters’ and ‘Far From Me’). Balm for those who think it’s not so good to talk and magnificent examples of what he calls “my sad, gloomy-eyed children”. Long may he tend to their needs, by whatever means may be necessary.

8 out of 10

– NME 

 

Since I have become a Nick Cave fan and have evangelized his music to friends and acquaintances, I’ve been frequently asked why his music is so dark and brooding. Well, now here I’ve found some answers and you can too.Since I have become a Nick Cave fan and have evangelized his music to friends and acquaintances, I’ve been frequently asked why his music is so dark and brooding. Well, now here I’ve found some answers and you can too.

In Cave’s first lecture, he explains the concepts of “saudade” and “duende” and puts forth the proposition that a love song is not a true love song unless it contains elements of these concepts. Then he goes on to explain why this is so. His lecture is interspersed with his playing of five examples of love songs he has written that are steeped in saudade and duende.

In the course of his talk, he also mentions other musicians like Van Morrison, Bob Dylan, Tom Waits and others whose writings betray a deep understanding of those concepts.

In the second lecture, Cave speaks of how the Bible came to influence his writing after the death of his father who had inspired him to write. Songs from his earlier band Birthday Party and early Bad Seeds are informed by the Old Testament and filled with “bile and puke”, but also with the beauty of the Psalms. Later Cave songs have been inspired by the Gospels and show a new and brighter view of life and love. He talks a bit about God and his view of humanity’s connection to the divine. Lest this scare anyone off, I should add that his talk is exploratory and explanatory, not preachy in a Jesus freak sort of way.

I learned quite a bit by listening to this fine CD and have come to understand the music of Nick Cave to the point to where I can explain it to others. Cave has a good speaking voice and a manner which makes interesting what he has to say. I find The Secret Life of the Love Song & The Flesh Made Word to be thoroughly edifying and enjoyable. I recommend it highly not just to hard-core Nick Cave fans, but to anyone who has an interest in writing.

-Kurt Harding
 

Here be Nicky;

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March 19, 2009 Posted by | Nick Cave, _ART, _MUSIC, _SPOKEN WORD | Leave a comment

The Loved Ones – "Sad Dark Eyes"

by sleepybutterfly


Darling, I want to kiss your burning mouth, your sad dark eyes and your ghostlike soul.

“Sad Dark Eyes” was a 1966 song by pioneering Australian rock band The Loved Ones.

A powerful blues-rock/pop song that has proven very influential.

Beautiful, strong lyrics here in this song! I can recall a couple of Nick Cave tracks where he rips off some of these great lyrics!

The Loved Ones were formed in Melbourne in 1965 by Gerry Humphreys, Ian Clyne and Kim Lynch in the wake of the British Invasion.

Although the band’s career lasted only two years, the group is now regarded as one of the most significant Australian bands of the sixties.

“Sad Dark Eyes” has been covered by Ed Kuepper, Die Haut with Mick Harvey, Die Haut with Nick Cave, and by Mick Harvey ‘solo’.

Die Haut first covered the song on their 1988 LP Headless Body In Topless Bar with Mick on vocals.

Die Haut recorded this live version on the LP Sweat – Live at Berlin Metropol, August 24, 1992, and Apeldoorn August 1992.


The Loved Ones were renowned as an exciting, if erratic, live act in a Stones/Animals mould, and quickly rose to prominence in the local club and dance scene.

The group’s visual impact was heightened by their striking mod stage attire and the band had a strong focal point thanks to the charismatic stage presence, saturnine good looks and growling, blues-influenced baritone voice of Humphreys, who is widely acknowledged as one of Australia’s finest male pop-rock vocalists.

The Loved Ones’ were also one of the first Australian pop bands to use electric piano as part of their regular stage set-up and their distinctive keyboard-based sound set them apart from most of their contemporaries.

This song, Sad Dark Eyes, followed the successful singles, The Loved One and Everlovin Man. By this time, Clyne had left and been replaced on piano by Treva Richards.

The band had some further single successes, including Blueberry Hill, but broke up in November 1967.

Sadly, Humphreys died in December 2005 of a heart attack.

Sad Dark Eyes

I look at you in your sad dark eyes
And your gypsy face with your Spanish grace
With your words like rhymes and your voice like chimes

Darling, I want to kiss your burning mouth
Your sad dark eyes and your ghostlike soul
Darling baby say that you’ll be mine

Put your ring on my finger
And comb your long red hair
Put on your sad eyes
And tell me that you care
That you’ll be mine, you’ll be mine
Until the end of time

– Humphreys/Lovett/Richards/Lynch/Anderson/LPA




Big thanks to mcphert1 who compiled these nice shots and who says “this video slideshow is dedicated to Gerry Humphreys and the band.”

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March 9, 2009 Posted by | Die Haut, Mick Harvey, Music_ClassicRock, Nick Cave, The Loved Ones, _MUSIC, _PHOTOGRAPHY, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Nick Cave – Rainy Night in Soho

There’s a light I hold before me and you’re the measure of my dreams


Nick Cave does a fine version of one of Shane MacGowan‘s many great songs, the sublime Rainy Night in Soho.

A song, in the best songwriting traditions, imbued with beautiful poetry and a sumptuous melody. A timeless classic.

This video comes from an episode of the top BBC Music Show “Later with Jools Holland” back in 1992.


Cave of course is a huge fan of Shane’s work and they have recorded together a few times.

“Rainy Night in Soho” was recorded by Cave for the What a Wonderful World EP released in December 1992 on Mute Records.

On this EP, MacGowan also performed a Cave song, “Lucy” .

Both Shane and Nick, rather surreally, duetted on the classic Louis Armstrong hit “What a Wonderful World”!!

“Rainy Night in Soho” was originally included on the Elvis Costello produced Poguetry in Motion EP, by The Pogues which was their first single to make the UK Top 40.

A different version can be found on an expanded edition of the group’s seminal 1985 release, Rum, Sodomy and the Lash.

The song is a huge fan favourite and is commonly performed at Pogues concerts and has been included in their recent setlists since their reformation in 2001.

The song has been included on every Greatest Hits album the band has released, and is the first track on their 2001 disc, Ultimate Collection.

Many artists have covered this great song. most recently, a rather good version appeared on Damien Dempsey‘s fine 2008 album, The Rocky Road, a collection of traditional ballads.


art by RedFraction

Rainy Night in Soho

I’ve been loving you a long time
Down all the years, down all the days
And I’ve cried for all your troubles
Smiled at your funny little ways
We watched our friends grow up together
And we saw them as they fell
Some of them fell into Heaven
Some of them fell into Hell

I took shelter from a shower
And I stepped into your arms
On a rainy night in Soho
The wind was whistling all its charms
I sang you all my sorrows
You told me all your joys
Whatever happened to that old song
To all those little girls and boys

Now the song is nearly over
We may never find out what it means
But there’s a light I hold before me
And you’re the measure of my dreams
The measure of my dreams

Sometimes I wake up in the morning
The gingerlady by my bed
Covered in a cloak of silence
I hear you in my head
I’m not singing for the future
I’m not dreaming of the past
I’m not talking of the fist time
I never think about the last

Now the song is nearly over
We may never find out what it means
Still there’s a light I hold before me
You’re the measure of my dreams
The measure of my dreams


Shane MacGowan (1991)


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January 23, 2009 Posted by | Nick Cave, Shane MacGowan, The Pogues, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Nick Cave & Kylie Minogue & The Pogues – Death is not the End

A very interesting star studded cover of Bob Dylan’s great “Death is not the End”, originally from his much maligned, but actually decent 1988 LP Down in the Groove.

‘Death Is Not The End’ was covered by Nick Cave – an artist who has always been heavily influenced by Bob Dylan – with the Bad Seeds in 1996 on the Murder Ballads LP.

The Cave version featured several vocalists, such as Anita Lane, Kylie Minogue, PJ Harvey, and Shane McGowan, including Nick Cave himself and Bad Seeds drummer Thomas Wydler and guitarist Blixa Bargeld.

They each sing a verse – strangely the only song the only song on Murder Ballads where an actual death does not occur!



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Death is not the End

When you’re sad and when you’re lonely and you haven’t got a friend
Just remember that death is not the end
And all that you’ve held sacred, falls down and does not mend
Just remember that death is not the end
Not the end, not the end
Just remember that death is not the end

When you’re standing at the crossroads that you cannot comprehend
Just remember that death is not the end
And all your dreams have vanished and you don’t know what’s up the bend
Just remember that death is not the end
Not the end, not the end
Just remember that death is not the end

When the storm clouds gather ’round you, and heavy rains descend
Just remember that death is not the end
And there’s no one there to comfort you, with a helpin’ hand to lend
Just remember that death is not the end
Not the end, not the end
Just remember that death is not the end

Oh, the tree of life is growing
Where the spirit never dies
And the bright light of salvation shines
In dark and empty skies

When the cities are on fire with the burning flesh of men
Just remember that death is not the end
And you search in vain to find just one law abiding citizen
Just remember that death is not the end
Not the end, not the end
Just remember that death is not the end

– Bob Dylan, 1988


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January 23, 2009 Posted by | Blixa Bargeld, Kylie Minogue, Nick Cave, Shane MacGowan, The Bad Seeds, The Pogues, Thomas Wydler, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Nick Cave, Blixa Bargeld & Mick Harvey – To Have And To Hold




Blixa Bargeld, Nick Cave & Mick Harvey – To Have And To Hold
Label: The Fine Line
Catalog#: IONIC 15 CD
Format: CD
Country: Europe
Released: 1996
Genre: Electronic
Style: Experimental

A rare find! This one’s a fine score composed by , with from and one-time Bad Seed , as the soundtrack to Aussie director ‘s 1996 film, To Have And To Hold.

also directed 2 amazing recent movies, The Proposition and Ghosts of the Civil Dead, with which Cave was highly involved.

All plus a rare performance from the great ! The great man performs a cover of Dylan’s I Threw It All Away as arranged by one-time Bad Seed !

Of course, we already have a shitload of posts pertaining to one of our long time favourites and and, Nick’s earlier group, the wild and fucked-up .

Even some stuff from the earliest days, from the short lived,

I didn’t know what to expect when I bought this except that the music was composed by Nick Cave and a couple of his Bad Seeds. But when I first listened, one thing became abundantly clear:if you are looking for a traditional Bad Seeds album, you should pass on this. On the other hand, if you enjoy Cave’s work beyond the confines of what you are used to, To Have and To Hold may prove to be a surprise.

Cave and bandmates Blixa Bargeld and Mick Harvey have here woven together a seamless series of mostly instrumental pieces that SOUND like they belong in a movie. This pleasant and relaxing soundtrack climaxes in the song I Threw It All Away, rendered here by the enigmatic Scott Walker.

The only discordant note is sounded by the cacophonous Gangstar Bone. I didn’t see the film, so I have no idea what its place is, but it will rudely shake you from the reverie induced by the rest of the CD.

To Have and To Hold will likely only appeal to Cave completeists or to the musically adventurous. If your tastes are limited to more mainstream music, then you will probably want to avoid this.

Three stars for effort and originality.

By Kurt Harding

Tracklisting

1. Mick Harvey – To Have and to Hold (3:04)
2. Mick Harvey – The Jungle of Love (2:27)
3. Mick Harvey – Candlelit Bedroom (0:59)
4. Mick Harvey – Luther (0:55)
5. Mick Harvey – A House in the Jungle (1:13)
6. Mick Harvey – Delerium (0:44)
7. Mick Harvey – The River at Night (1:55)
8. Raun Raun Theatre – Mourning Song (2:48)
9. Blixa Bargeld – Romantic Theme (3:40)
10. Blixa Bargeld – Snow Vision (1:26)
11. Blixa Bargeld – Rose (1:37)
12. Blixa Bargeld – The Clouds (0:48)
13. Blixa Bargeld – Noah’s Funeral (0:53)
14. Blixa Bargeld – The Flight (1:42)
15. Blixa Bargeld – Kate Leaves (1:11)
16. Blixa Bargeld – We’re Coming/The Riot (1:21)
17. Blixa Bargeld – Murder (1:16)
18. Blixa Bargeld – The Red Dress (1:25)
19. Scott Walker – I Threw It All Away (song arranged by Barry Adamson) (Dylan) (2:14)
20. Blixa Bargeld – To Have and to Hold/End Titles (3:49)
21. Gangster Bone – performed by Keety General (Darkman, Keety General)


Here she be:


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Big thanks to worldofsoundtrack



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October 21, 2008 Posted by | Barry Adamson, Blixa Bargeld, John Hillcoat, Mick Harvey, Music_OST, Nick Cave, Scott Walker, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

John Cale with Chrissy Hynde and Nick Cave – Ship of Fools

Nick Cave, John Cale & Chrissie Hynde
Recorded on 9th July 1999
Songwriters Circle
BBC Live
Subterania Club, London

TV Broadcast

Three great artists (well, at least two! But some of Chrissie’s stuff is tops too, so let’s categorise her thusly also!) illustrate their songwriting craft in this special TV show broadcast by BBC TV in UK back in 1999.

John Cale with Chrissy Hynde and Nick Cave perform Cale’s Ship of Fools

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October 21, 2008 Posted by | Chrissie Hynde, John Cale, Music_Alternative, Nick Cave, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – The Best Of (1998) – FLAC

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – The Best Of (1998)
Alternative Rock
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75:37 min | covers | 3% recovery | RS

A great collection of and the released back in 98.

Some great cuts in here. However, any sort of Cave fan needs to get the various individual albums. Especially, of course, his greatest LP The Boatman’s Call.

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Check a discography here: Cave – Discography

We’ve posted a shitload of other pieces pertaining and and also Nick’s earlier group, the wild, wonderful and fucked-up .

Even some stuff from the earliest days, from the short lived,

Nick Cave is unquestionably an album artist. Each of his records has a specific mood and theme, standing as an individual work. That said, his albums have also been notoriously uneven. Sometimes, as on From Her to Eternity or The Boatman’s Call, he has delivered near-masterpieces, while on other albums, only a handful of songs have hit the mark accurately, which is why The Best of Nick Cave is a welcome addition to his catalog. Granted, the title is a bit odd (it’s better than Greatest Hits, however), but the compilation itself is as good as it could possibly be. All the major songs — “Red Right Hand,” “Straight to You,” “Nobody’s Baby Now,” “Into My Arms,” “Do You Love Me?,” “Henry Lee,” “Where the Wild Roses Grow,” “From Her to Eternity” — are on this 16-track collection, along with several strong album cuts.

Some hardcore fans will find a couple of favorites missing, and the disc should have been sequenced in chronological order, but The Best of Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds is nevertheless a terrific single-disc overview of his rewarding, occasionally inaccessible work with the Bad Seeds; it’s ideal for both the curious and the casual fan.

AMG review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine:

Tracklisting

01 Deanna
02 Red Right Hand
03 Straight To You
04 Tupelo
05 Nobody’s Baby Now
06 Stranger Than Kindness
07 Into My Arms
08 (Are You) The One That I’ve Been Waiting For?
09 The Carny
10 Do You Love Me?
11 The Mercy Seat
12 Henry Lee
13 The Weeping Song
14 The Ship Song
15 Where The Wild Roses Grow
16 From Her To Eternity

Here she be:

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October 8, 2008 Posted by | Anita Lane, Blixa Bargeld, Mick Harvey, Music_Alternative, Nick Cave, The Bad Seeds, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

VA – Rogue’s Gallery – Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs, and Chanteys

VA – Rogue’s Gallery – Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs, and Chanteys
2006 | FLAC | 865 MB

Avast now me mateys …. Oooooohhhh Yarrrrr! ….

I be likin this, so I be! …… Oooooohhhh Yarrrrr!……

As powerful as the Cat o’ nine tails and as wonderful as Fiddlers Green ! Yarrrrr!

Last night, when I be loaded to the Gunwales with glorious cheap sweet Jamaican grog and delectatin meself inside an army of glorious cheap sweet Jamaican wenches – who be costin me a pretty cache o’ pieces o’ eight I be tellin ya – I be hearin some lovely melodies a wiltin across the stench filled air! ….. Oooooohhhh Yarrrrr!……

A great collection, aye surely me hearties …. Oooooohhhh Yarrrrr!……and a very eclectic one too I be tellin ya ….. Oooooohhhh Yarrrrr! ……

Ahem … sorry, I get demented betimes …..Oooooohhhh Yarrrrrr ……

Some amazing sea songs sung by artists we love such as Nick Cave, Lou Reed, Antony, Stan Ridgway, Mary Margaret O’Hara, Martin Carthy, Kate McGarrigle and David Thomas etc.

Bono – that scurvy dog sure be one annoyin tosser Yarrrrr! ….. and his pal Gavin Friday ex of the Virgin Prunes are on here too!

There’s a group on here called The Old Prunes …. have the Virgin Prunes reformed?

There’s also some performances from the mysterious Jack Shit! Could this be one Johnny Depp?!!

Some unusual performers here too such as John C. Reilly – a great actor but one who lately seems to be appearing in way too many moronic “comedies” with assholes like Will Ferrell and Adam Sandler – and (one time) radical genius cartoonist Ralph Steadman!

Be warned, however, that included here is that vile Sting (that scurvy dog sure be one sickenin muzak tosser Yarrrrr!) and one of those awful Corrs (I be wantin to go a pokin with that diddly-iddle lass but not a listenin to her banshee muzak! Yarrrrr!) !!

….. All thanks be to the gods of the scurvy oceans for ye ould DELETE button! Yarrrrr!

A whopping 43 tracks in all (well, 41 after I be a deletin the Sting and the Corr, Yarrr!) …. I be likin this, so I be!

Ahoy! Get downloadin’ now me hearties!! Oooooohhhh Yarrrrrr !!!!

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Are ye gonna be a scoffin that glorious grog all day Mr Stupid or will ye be a raisin me wet sails! Yarrrr!

Johnny Depp and director Gore Verbinski hatched the idea for Rogue’s Gallery while filming “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest”–that idea being to cast genteel rock superstars like Bono, Lou Reed, Bryan Ferry, Andre Corr, and Sting to reinterpret gritty seafaring standards for an exhaustive 43-track double-disc set produced by Hal Wilner.

Throw in a bunch of credible folk stars (Loudon Wainwright III, Richard Thompson), their offspring (Rufus, Teddy) and a string of other curious characters (Jarvis Cocker, Antony) and what results is one of the strangest compilations in recent memory, if not exactly the most historically authentic or, well, digestible. Nick Cave embraces the role just a little too hard on “Fire Down Below,” while Ferry can’t help but sound like he’s singing for the cast of “The Love Boat,” but cut through the chaff and there is some real bootie here: Bono’s “Dying Sailor to His Shipmates,” Jolie Holland’s “The Grey Funnel Line” and “Boney” by a mysterious tramp called Jack Shit, which must be some kind of anagram* for Johnny Depp.


-Aidin Vaziri

* Anagram? Buy yourself a fucking dictionary Aidin! …. Methinks thoust been imbibin too much of ye glorious grog!! Y’arrrrr!!

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Is that a big pistol in yer pocket Mr Stupid or are ye very happy to be a seein me? Yarrrrr !

Rogue’s Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs and Chanteys is a compilation album of sea shanties performed by a wide array of artists, ranging from Sting to Bryan Ferry, representing a variety of genres. The artists cover a large number of diverse songs of the sea, at times adding elements traditionally attributed to other types of music. The majority of the pop performers had not been known to be familiar with the sea shanty as a separate genre, though Sting, who contributed two tracks to the project, had had prior knowledge of and contact with them. Several well-known names from the folk world, where these songs have long been staples, also make appearances, including Richard Thompson, Martin Carthy and James Cooke.

While the marketing insanity for Pirates of the Caribbean II continues to echo in the
popular mindset, this whopping yet seemingly near-underground document — born from the minds of the film’s director, Gore Verbinski, his pal Johnny Depp, and Anti-Epitaph label boss (and Verbinski buddy) Brett Gurewitz — may end up as a lasting contribution to the populace at large without them even knowing it. Surely it lends its own weighty blend of blood, sweat, and tears to the folkloric literature of sea shanties and pirate songs, though cranks like Alan Lomax and John Jacob Niles are certainly turning over in their graves if they have any extraterrestrial knowledge of its existence. Rogue’s Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs, and Chanteys, produced by Hal Willner, has gathered up the usual outrageous, inspired, ambitious, sometimes ridiculously grouped musicians to record folksongs of the sea, from the call-and-response grunting and occasionally obscene work songs sung by men from the old seas who worked the riggings in rhythm, to pirates who needed (much as modern-day rappers) to boast of their exploits. Willner gathered together some 75 songs and went to Seattle to hang with Bill Frisell to discuss the project. Frisell gathered the Akron Family, Wayne Horvitz, and Eyvind Kang to be a kind of house band there, and netted a slew of songs from the likes of Robin Holcomb (whose reading of “Dead Horse” is one of the most beautiful and haunting things here); the notorious Baby Gramps (whose version of “Cape Cod Girls” starts everything off with a harrumph), and a slew of others. He later went to Los Angeles, New York, London, Dublin, and god knows where else, finding roots musicians to be an ad hoc house band. In London, Warren Ellis of Dirty Three and Bad Seeds fame and Kate St. John formed a unit with some other folks, and in L.A. it was Jack Shit and friends. But this is the back of the story, actually.

The singers include everybody from pop blowhards like Sting and Bono, who do respectable jobs (well, not Bono: he blows it big-time on “A Dying Sailor to His Shipmates” because he can’t help himself), to wildmen like David Thomas (of Pere Ubu) and Nick Cave; from modern-day darlings like Lucinda Williams and Rufus Wainwright (who sings with his mom, Kate McGarrigle while his cranky old dad Loudon Wainwright III makes an appearance for two cuts); to strange adventurers like Mark Anthony Thompson, Jarvis Cocker, and Bob Neuwirth; from bona fide rock eccentrics like Antony, Jolie Holland, Bryan Ferry, Van Dyke Parks, Stan Ridgway, and Gavin Friday (in Ireland anyway) to rock legends (Ferry fits here, too) like Lou Reed); to indie rock songwriting iconoclasts Joseph Arthur and Ed Harcourt; bona fide recluses like Mary Margaret O’Hara; true traditionalists like John C. Reilly, Martin Carthy and family (Eliza Carthy on her own, too), and Richard and Teddy Thompson. Oh yeah, and one true counterculture icon: Ralph Steadman!

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There’s a whale load of 43 cuts spread out over two discs in a handsome package. It’s bound to lose money unless some uptight Amerikanskis get adventurous real quick and buy it to put on their iPods to play on their sailboats and yachts, or if NPR does a feature on it for the yups (that would make both Ishmael and Captain Ahab proud). There are many standouts here, but those that really shake up the decks are Eliza Carthy’s “Rolling Sea,” Bryan Ferry’s two contributions — the entirely creepy “The Cruel Ship’s Captain,” and his duet with Antony “Lowlands Low” — Nick Cave’s “Pinery Boy” and his hilariously evil “Fire Down Below,” Gavin Friday’s “Baltimore Whores,” Richard Thompson’s reverential and lonesome “Mingualy Boat Song,” Martin Carthy and family’s “Hog-Eye Man,” O’Hara’s stirring “The Cry of Man,” Cocker’s wondrously cannibalistic “A Drop of Nelson’s Blood,” and Mark Anthony Thompson’s hunted “Haul Away Joe.” This doesn’t mean there are other things here that will appeal to the masses, or even to the few. Let’s face it, Baby Gramps, as great as he is, is only gonna make a few hearts (those that are diseased, most likely, or warped, most surely) flutter. Williams is good, but Parks is better, and Joseph Arthur can be downright scary when he wants to be: remember Tom Waits’ contribution to another Willner project, Stay Awake: Interpretations of Vintage Disney Films? There you have it.

There is something here for most, and something to piss off everyone else. The real deal is this: by bringing up these old relics — some of which took considerable research to find — Willner has done a service to folk culture by presenting it in such an oddball, loose, and fun way to the masses. Perhaps that rarefied world of folk culture fascists (who will remain unnamed here) may take umbrage, but consider those who will actually get turned on by this music and research the old songs themselves. Certainly that may be a choice few; for the rest, there is untold knowledge to be gained for random conversation, filling in the “personal weird stuff” file in their brains, and perhaps, if urbane enough, may spark a discussion for a moment or so until the next really “big” thing distracts them. Any way you hoist it, Rogue’s Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs, and Chanteys is a treasure trove of the beautiful, the weird, the arcane, and the dangerous right out there on the record store shelves for anyone with a few dollars to spare to be awed or amused by.


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Tracklisting

Disc: 1

1. Cape Cod Girls – Baby Gramps
2. Mingulay Boat Song – Richard Thompson
3. My Son John – John C. Reilly
4. Fire Down Below – Nick Cave
5. Turkish Revelry – Loudon Wainwright III
6. Bully In The Alley – The Old Prunes
7. The Cruel Ship’s Captain – Bryan Ferry
8. Dead Horse – Robin Holcomb
9. Spansih Ladies – Bill Frisell
10. High Barbary – Joseph Arthur
11. Haul Away Joe – Mark Anthony Thompson
12. Dan Dan – David Thomas
13. Blood Red Roses – Sting
14. Sally Brown – Teddy Thompson
15. Lowlands Away – Rufus Wainwright & Kate McGarrigle
16. Baltimore Whores – Gavin Friday
17. Rolling Sea – Eliza McCarthy
18. Haul On The Bowline – Bob Neuwirth
19. Dying Sailor to His Shipmates – Bono
20. Bonnie Portmore – Lucinda Williams
21. The Mermaid – Martin Carthy & the UK Group
22. Shenandoah – Richard Greene & Jack Shit
23. The Cry Of Man – Mary Margaret O’Hara

Disc: 2

1. Boney – Jack Shit
2. Good Ship Venus – Loudon Wainwright III
3. Long Time Ago -White Magic
4. Pinery Boy – Nick Cave
5. Lowlands Low – Bryan Ferry w/Antony
6. One Spring Morning – Akron/Family
7. Hog Eye Man – Martin Carthy & Family
8. The Fiddler/A Drop Of Nelson’s Blood – Ricky Jay & Richard Greene
9. Caroline and Her Young Sailor Bold – Andrea Corr
10. Fathom The Bowl – John C. Reilly
11. Drunken Sailor – Dave Thomas
12. Farewell Nancy – Ed Harcourt
13. Hanging Johnny – Stan Ridgway
14. Old Man of The Sea – Baby Gramps
15. Greenland Whale Fisheries – Van Dyke Parks
16. Shallow Brown – Sting
17. The Grey Funnel Line – Jolie Holland
18. A Drop of Nelson’s Blood – Jarvis Cocker
19. Leave Her Johnny – Lou Reed
20. Little Boy Billy – Ralph Steadman

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Ghosts of the Civil Dead (1989 )

Ghosts of the Civil Dead
Director: John Hillcoat
Writers:
John Hillcoat /
Runtime: 93 mins
Language: English
Country: Australia
IMDb Link: title/tt0095217/

This was the first cinematic collaboration between Aussie director John Hillcoat and . The two teamed up again in 2006 to great effect with the Ozzy Outback Western “The Proposition”.

Cave here scripted the movie, wrote much of the soundtrack (which we’ve already posted … Ghosts of the Civil Dead OST) and put in a convincingly demented performance as as a mad psychotic inmate! Nick’s a very versatile chap! Yap … a true polymath!

This is an amazing fucking movie! It’s years and years since I saw this but I still recall it vividly! Dark and demented! Fucked-up! ….. Yap, exactly how I like em!

Set in a futuristic uber-prison in the wastes of the outback, the movie traces the story of the goings on inside the prison walls and the inevitable flashpoints which lead to an all out eruption of raw rage and violence.

Dark and macabre, and based in truth, the story is told in a traditional dramatic style combined with innovative cinematic techniques as we watch the inmates and guards of this modern, clean and efficient maximum security wing, who are slowly and increasingly brutalised until the fierce eruption of widespread violence.

A great review of the film can be had here; sensesofcinema

The excellent soundtrack for this movie, composed by Cave and a few cronies, can be had here; Ghosts of the Civil Dead OST

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Grinderman – Grinderman (2007)

Grinderman – Grinderman (2007)
Rock : Alternative
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A real return to form from Nick Cave and a few pals after a few disappointing outings with in the period after Cave’s meisterwerk The Boatman’s Call.

The step away from the Seeds seems to have freed up Nicky and allowed all involved to go back to the future! This really is a rgreat eturn to the angst, power and rawness of the earliest Bad Seeds albums, and indeed harks back to his previous outfit, post-punk heroes the !

This Grinderman project would in turn freshen the Bad Seeds and the great 2008 LP Dig Lazarus Dig (also here) would carry on in the same vein as the template carved out here.

This is a wonderful and humorous rock-fuelled trip to the back of the mirror!

Lock up the kids, motherfuckers!

Beginning sometime in the mid-to-late 1990s, Nick Cave’s output became increasingly nuanced, introspective, and even tender. While he was still capable of a snarling rocker now and again, he’d certainly mellowed by the turn of the new millennium.

Then came 2007 and the arrival of the mighty Grinderman, a raucous, noisy, angry, horny outfit fronted by and featuring a few erstwhile members of Warren Ellis, Martyn Casey, and Jim Sclavunos.

The project marks the first time Cave has been featured on guitar, and the first time since as far back as the . that he’s approached his music with such libidinal urgency and swaggering gothic machismo.

The music screeches, lurches, and clangs with a loose abandon that reimagines Cave’s earlier incarnations in a more self-effacing guise.

While Cave’s lyrics are as considered and darkly literary as ever, there’s great humour here (“No Pussy Blues,” “Depth Charge”), and the general improvisatory, spontaneous nature of the project is obviously being enjoyed by all.

GRINDERMAN is delicious proof that Nick the Stripper isn’t gone after all.

Parents, lock up the kiddies, it’s showtime motherfuckers!!

Grinderman – Electric Alice


Tracklisting

1. Get It On
2. No Pussy Blues
3. Electric Alice
4. Grinderman
5. Depth Charge Ethel
6. Go Tell The Women
7. (I Don’t Need You To) Set Me Free
8. Honey Bee (Lets Fly To Mars)
9. Man In The Moon
10. When My Love Comes Down
11. Love Bomb


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Nick Cave, Blixa Bargeld, Mick Harvey – Ghosts of the Civil Dead OST (1989)

Nick Cave, Blixa Bargeld and Mick Harvey – Ghosts of the Civil Dead
Released: 1989
Soundtrack / Alternative
Mp3@ 320/ 83mb/RS

One of lil Nicky’s earliest forays into movie soundtracks. This time for a movie co-written by Nick with director John Hillcoat. The two teamed up again last year to great effect with the wonderful, Cave-scripted, Outback Ozzy Western “The Proposition”!



I remember seeing Ghosts of the Civil Dead back in the day, and very impressive it was too. A very dark portrait of a fucked-up futuristic high-security prison somewhere in the wilds of Australia with Mr Cave excellent as a demented psychotic inmate!


The film’s score was actually written by and , (of great German band and , all then members of Cave’s band,

– another long time Cave collaborator, and indeed one time paramour – is involved here, singing (and, on video, in the movie itself) A Prison In The Desert.

This is an excellent and eclectic soundtrack, matching the dark realness of the movie.

A good review of the movie can be had here; sensesofcinema/ghosts



Tracklisting

01.The News
02.A Prison in the Desert
03.I’ve Been a Prison Guard Since I Was 18 Years Old
04.I Was 16 When They Put Me In Prison
05.You’re Dangling Like A Bunch Of Meat On A Hook
06.Pop Mix
07.We Were United Once
08.The Day Of The Murders
09.Lilly’s Theme (”A Touch Of Warmth”)
10.Maynard Mix
11.What I’m Tellin’ Is The Truth
12.The Free World
13.One Man Released So They Can Imprison The Rest Of The World


Here she be caverinos;


GHOSTS



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October 6, 2008 Posted by | Anita Lane, Blixa Bargeld, John Hillcoat, Mick Harvey, Music_Alternative, Music_OST, Nick Cave, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Nick Cave – Discography

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Nick Cave – Discography
Genre : Post-Punk / Alternative Rock

We’ve posted most of these before amongst the shitload of posts pertaining to one of our long time favourites and and, Nick’s earlier group, the wild and fucked-up .

Even some stuff from the earliest days, from the short lived,

Anyway, here are a shitload of Nicky albums again with newer links and mirrors.

However, this isn’t a one way street, my friend! Oh No!! ….

We’re looking for Cave’s spoken word / music release “The Secret Life of the Lovesong“. If anyone’s got this, please get us the link!

…. 2000 “The Secret Life Of The Love Song/The Flesh Made Word” “Two Lectures by Nick Cave”
West Country Girl
People Ain’t No Good
Sad Waters
Love Letter
Far From Me
The Flesh Made Word
King Mob KMOB 007
Zomba records GmbH / 3Mv AN/IPC: 5037337200075
Mute (acetate)
Mute (France)

Also, if anyone can fill in any gaps in the discography or get us some tour-only stuff or indeed EPs or singles, that would be mighty fucking fine too!


The extensive official discography is listed here on Nick’s site, but oddly not updated since Aug 2006!:

DISCOGRAPHY – THE BOYS NEXT DOOR
DISCOGRAPHY – THE BIRTHDAY PARTY
DISCOGRAPHY – NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS
COMPILATION ALBUMS
BOOTLEG LP’s & CD’s

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You can never get enough Cave! … well, except for the Murder Ballads LP!

Read about the supreme polymath here! …. Nick Cave – Wikipedia

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The Bad Seeds


The Mercy Seat

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Grinderman


No Pussy Blues

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The Birthday Party


Nick the Stripper


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The Boys Next Door


Shivers


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Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds – Stranger than Kindness

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Stranger than kindness
Bottled light from hotels
Spilling everything
Wet hand from the volcano
Sobers your skin
Stranger than Kindness

You caress yourself
And grind my soft cold bones below
Your map of desire
Burned in your flesh
Even a fool can come
A strange lit stair
And find a rope hanging there
Stranger than kindness

Keys rain like heaven’s hair
There is no home, there is no bread
We sit at the gate and scratch

The gaunt fruit of passion
Dies in the light
Stranger than kindness

Your sleeping hands journey
They loiter
Stranger than kindness
You hold me so carelessly close
Tell me I’m dirty
Stranger than kindness


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Stranger than Kindness – Live (1987)

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Artist : Nick Cave
Original Release Date : 1986
Lable : Mute
Genre : Rock
Total time : 00:46:08
Total size : 85,1 MB
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Live 1998

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – The Boatman’s Call (1997)

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – The Boatman’s Call (1997)
Original Release Date: March 4, 1997
Label: Reprise / Wea
ASIN: B000002NE4

Rock : Alternative
Mp3@192 / 52 MB
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There will always be suffering
It flows through life like water
I put my hand over her’s
Down in the lime tree arbour


This classic from 1997 is, in my view, by far the best of Cave’s albums, at once melancholic, yearning, beautiful and redemptive.

Also, importantly, there is a sense of truth and depth in the lyrics that gets lost in the archness of much of his lyrical output elsewhere.

This album speaks of lost love, pain, disappointment and distant yesterdays that survive only only in tortured memory. And it does so in a beautiful, resonant and poetic manner.

Cave’s subsequent, and indeed previous, albums, although sometimes containing moments of brilliance, unfortunately all fall short of this one.

Apparently, the females who caused such anguish to poor old Nicky, and who ‘inspired’ this exceptional work were;

  • his Brazilian ex-wife Viviane Carneiro, from whom he had then recently split (most explicitly on ‘People Ain’t No Good’ and ‘Brompton Oratory’),
  • Tori Amos (a rather incongruous pairing!) with whom he had some liaison and who apparently, as ‘Green Eyes’ relates, has a ‘twinkling cunt’ (she braided her pussy hairs, rumour has it! WTF!), and finally
  • Polly Jean Harvey (see the picture above for reasons why!… oh momma!! …) with whom there was a torrid affair which West Country Girl’ and ‘Black Hair’ speak most explicitly about.

This is what getting fucked up by a woman can do for you …. you can, if talented enough, make great art to release the demons! We see this scenario evidenced too in, amongst others, Dylan’s great ‘Blood on the Tracks’, the Stones best album ‘Exile on Main Street’ and in the only half decent album by bombastic U2 ‘Actung B’.

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Now I know Cave here wears his influences clearly on his sleeve (does that mean he ‘rips off’ other musicians?, I’m not sure … and I’m not sure it even matters … nothing in music, or art more broadly, is entirely, or even significantly, original).

As usual with Nick, there’s the continual strong influence at play (especially, in the stylised nature of ‘Green Eyes’).

However, foremost on this album there’s the footprint of Bob Dylan’s majestic Desirewhich too was a redemptive album by His Bobness (aka god) and a manifestation of the then current state of his relationship with estranged wife Sara, ‘Desire’ being essentially an extended love song and a kind of ‘take me back please’ plea to that beautiful lady.

Nick here basically copies Bob’s magnificent song Sarafrom Desire in ‘Where Do We Go Now but Nowhere’ – and also the song title ‘West Country Girl’ makes the Dylan influence even more obvious!

However, regardless of this, The Boatman’s Call is a supreme piece of work in its own right.

Never have Cave’s lyrics been so pared down, minimal, beautiful and poetic. Never therein have the spiritual and the profane merged and counterpointed so well (as is a hallmark of Leonard Cohen’s canon). Never has the imagery been almost haiku like in it’s beauty, simplicity and profundity.

Never has the music been so beautifully sparse and never has it meshed so consistently well with the lyric, across an entire album.

Never has there been such consistency in terms of quality and theme across one of his albums.

And never has the overall work so successfully exceeded even the sum of the magnificent individual parts!

This for sure is Cave’s meisterwerk!

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We’ve posted a few individual pieces about some of these great songs. Click the links for more.

Also check out our posting of the Black Sessions ’98 – a live recording of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds for French Radio at Le Réservoir, Paris, France on 05-19-1998, where many tracks from this great work are performed live.

Tracklisting

1. Into my arms
2. Limetree Arbour
3. People Ain’t No Good
4. Brompton Oratory
5. There Is A Kingdom
6. (Are You) The One I’ve Been Waiting For?
7. Where Do We Go Now But Nowhere?
8. West Country Girl
9. Black Hair
10. Idiot Prayer
11. Far From Me
12. Green Eyes

BTW … we’re also looking to compile some good covers by other artists of Cave’s songs. If you’ve got any, please contact us! Cheers!

Anyway, here she be … Enjoy…

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Black Session 1998

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Black Session 1998
Bootleg / Alternative / 2006 /MP3 – VBRkbps joint-stereo / 58 MB /Rapidshare
Your sleeping hands journey
They loiter
Stranger than kindness
You hold me so carelessly close
Tell me I’m dirty
Stranger than kindness


Black Session ’98 is a live recording of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds for French Radio at Le Réservoir, Paris, France on 05-19-1998.

The sound quality is excellent, as are the songs and the performances!

This was during the European tour for The Boatman’s Call, Cave’s best album. Some wonderful tracks from this magnum opus are performed here, along with some older classics.

This radio recording is from the FM re-broadcast on May 30th, 2006.

Check out the separate posting for the terrific companion piece, Cave’s masterpiece, The Boatman’s Call.

We’ve posted a few individual pieces about some of these great songs. Click the links.

Tracklisting

01. Limetree Arbour [3:17]
02. I let love in [4:06]
03. Stranger than kindness [4:58]
04. Red right hand [5:25]
05. Nobody’s baby now [4:12]
06. Do you love me [4:57]
07. Into my arms [5:15]
08. The ship song [4:47]
09. The mercy seat [4:53]
10. Brompton Oratory [4:15]

BTW … We’re looking to compile a collection of some good covers of Cave songs. If you’ve got any, please let us know!! Cheers!

Here be Nicky;

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September 29, 2008 Posted by | Blixa Bargeld, Mick Harvey, Music_Alternative, Nick Cave, The Bad Seeds, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis – The Proposition

Artist – Nick Cave and Warren Ellis

Album – The Proposition Year – 2006

Genre – OST, Classical

Wonderful soundtrack to the -written 2006 movie – a metaphysical outback western!

Like the great Jesse James OST, Cave is greatly helped on this music by Warren Ellis of , and also of the and .

Written and performed by Nick Cave, with Ellis, this album is the soundtrack to the film ‘The Proposition’, which is set in the Australian Outback during the 1880’s. Cave, who also co-wrote the script for the film, delivers here a blues period sound that both accompanies the film perfectly and stands on its own.

A powerful western drama set in the savage Eden of 1880s Australia, The Proposition is an elemental story of family conflict and primal violence, destructive love and divided loyalties. Featuring an international superstar cast including Guy Pearce, Ray Winstone, Emily Watson and Danny Huston, it is directed by John Hillcoat from a specially commissioned script by the globally acclaimed singer-songwriter Nick Cave.

Cave has also composed the film’s soundtrack in conjunction with Warren Ellis, his longtime Bad Seeds collaborator and multi-instrumentalist frontman of The Dirty Three.

Incorporating soft chamber pieces, ghostly moodscapes and whispered laments, these 16 tracks are as starkly beautiful as the landscape of the film. Story and music are closely intertwined.


Tracklisting

1. Happy Land
2. Proposition
3. Road To Banyon
4. Down To The Valley
5. Moan Thing
6. Rider
7. Martha’s Dream
8. Gun Thing
9. Queenie’s Suite
10. Rider
11. Proposition
12. Sad Violin Thing
13. Rider
14. Proposition
15. Rider Song
16. Clean Hands Dirty Hands

Here she be:

NICKCAVEproposition_ost.rar



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September 26, 2008 Posted by | John Hillcoat, Music_OST, Nick Cave, The Dirty Three, Warren Ellis, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds – Lime Tree Arbour

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Lime Tree Arbour
(1997)
VIDEO & 2 Audio versions

There will always be suffering
It flows through life like water

From Cave’s greatest work The Boatman’s Call (1997) – which we’ve written extensively about HERE – the beautiful, lyrical and evocative Lime Tree Arbour.

Here we have 2 great versions – the original from The Boatman’s Call LP and a live version from a French Radio Session.

This is a truly wonderful song.

Here Cave’s lyrics are pared down, minimal, beautiful and poetic, with nice merging and counterpointing of the spiritual and the profane.

The imagery here is almost haiku like in it’s beauty, simplicity and profundity.

The music too is beautifully sparse and meshes perfectly with the lyric.

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The boatman calls from the lake
A lone loon dives upon the water
I put my hand over her’s
Down in the lime tree arbour

The wind in the trees is whispering
Whispering low that I love her
She puts her hand over mine
Down in the lime tree arbour

Through every breath that I breathe
And every place I go
There is hand that protects me
And I do love her so

There will always be suffering
It flows through life like water
I put my hand over her’s
Down in the lime tree arbour

The boatman he has gone
And the loons have flown for cover
She puts her hand over mine
Down in the lime tree arbour

Through every word that I speak
And every thing I know
There is hand that protects me
And I do love her so

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Here she be:

Lime-Tree_Arbour1.mp3

Lime-tree_Arbour2.mp3

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The Boatman’s Call (1997)
Rock : Alternative /1997 /mp3@192 /52 MB /Rapidshare

Download it here:
The Boatman’s Call

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Black Session (1998)
Bootleg / Alternative / 2006 /MP3 – VBRkbps joint-stereo / 58 MB /Rapidshare

Download it Here:
Black Session.


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September 26, 2008 Posted by | Mick Harvey, Music_ClassicRock, Nick Cave, The Bad Seeds, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Anita Lane – some Great Albums

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Some great Albums from wonderful Oz songwriter and performer , who has been involved in cutting-edge and avant-garde music for almost 30 years now!

Anita was born in Melbourne, Australia in the late 1950s and began singing and writing songs at age 16. She was a classmate with Rowland S. Howard who would later from and with .

Lane became Cave’s girlfriend and moved to London with the band in 1980. She co-wrote the lyrics of three songs for The Birthday Party (“Dead Joe”, “Kiss Me Black” and “A Dead Song”) before they imploded in 1983.

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Lane is sometimes credited as a founding member of and , which was forged from the debris left behind by The Birthday Party’s demise. She had an undeniably strong influence upon Nick Cave and his work, often cited as his “muse”, although her only recorded performance with the band is a ‘cameo’ verse on the Bob Dylan cover “Death Is Not The End” from the album Murder Ballads.

https://i2.wp.com/a185.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/9/m_002c61f908271d05ae5ed5046f390d40.jpgShe co-wrote the lyrics of the title track to the band’s 1984 LP, From Her to Eternity, as well as the lyrics of the song “Stranger Than Kindness” from Your Funeral, My Trial. She also began to perform and record her own songs.

In the great “Ghosts… Of The Civil Dead”, soundtrack by Nick Cave, Blixa Bargeld and Mick Harvey, Anita sings on video A Prison In The Desert.

She worked with the German band Die Haut before recording Dirty Sings under her own name. She was joined on the record by Nick Cave, and Bad Seeds , Thomas Wydler, and , who produced.

With , Lane has recorded a series of albums that showcased the dichotomy between her baby doll voice and the sexual longing of her lyrics. These include a pair of albums of Serge Gainsbourg’s covers, 1995’s The Intoxicated Man and 1997’s Pink Elephants.

Harvey also produced Lane’s 1993 collection, Dirty Pearl, which compiled tracks from Lane’s work with Einstürzende Neubauten, Die Haut, as well as exclusive album tracks.

Harvey co-wrote several songs, including the UK hit single, “The World’s A Girl”. Lane’s most recent collaboration with Harvey is 2001’s Sex O’ Clock.

So we’re real happy to present some great albums from – thanks to Joe le Taxi!

We already posted some Anita stuff here.

First, Anita appears on 3 tracks on the great bootleg Tom Waits,Nick Cave and-friends

Also Anita wrote the lyrics for the English language version of “Blume” from ‘s ‘Malediction‘ album.

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The first LP of her’s I heard was the wonderful LP “Black Pearl” (posted below) which was amongst the albums of the year back in 1993!

Contained therein was the wonderful song “Blume

Check more Anita here:

http://www.anitalane.com/index.html
www.myspace.com/anitalaneforfans

A full Anita Lane Discography here: home.iae.nl/users/maes/cave/seeds/lane.html

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DIRTY PEARL
STUMM81 / CDSTUMM81 RELEASED OCTOBER 1993

VINYL ALBUM
Jesus Almost Got Me
The Groovy Guru
Sexual Healing
Blume [Einstuerzende Neubauten]
Subterranean World (How Long …?) [Die Haut]
Picture Of Mary
The World’s A Girl
Stories Of Your Dreams
A Prison In The Desert [from Ghosts… ]
The Fullness Of His Coming [The Birthday Party]

EXTRA TRACKS ON CD ALBUM
If I Should Die
I’m A Believer
Lost in Music
Sugar In A Hurricane

Dirty Pearl

Mick Harvey produced this collection, Dirty Pearl, which compiled tracks from Lane’s work with Einstürzende Neubauten, Die Haut, as well as exclusive album tracks.

Some great contributions here to from Nick Cave and a few other Bad Seeds.

Contained here too is the wonderful Einstuerzende Neubauten song “Blume

This was recorded at @ studios in Berlin in Aug-82, and personnel included Nick Cave, Mick Harvey, Rowland S. Howard , Tracy Pew and Anita Lane.

The album also includes a Birthday Party track The Fullness Of His Coming.

The CD version includes the “Dirty Sings” EP.

At the sessions, a song called “I Killed It With A Shoe” was also recorded, but remains unreleased to date. Judging from the title maybe for the better. 😉

  • Mute records -STUMM 81 (UK,Oct-93) LP
  • Mute records -CD STUMM 81 (UK,Oct-93) CD
  • Pony Canyon records -PCCY-00789 (JP,1993) LP/CD
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Anita Lane – Jesus Almost Got Me

Here she be:

Anita_Lane_-_Dirty_Pearl.rar

or
Anita Lane – Dirty Pearl [1995]
http://lix.in/-32956f

or

with a higher bitrate
http://lix.in/-296da9

THE WORLD’S A GIRL
MUTE 177 / CDMUTE177 RELEASED MAY 1995

CD SINGLE
The World’s A Girl
I Love You…Nor Do I
Bedazzled

The World's A Girl

Mick Harvey co-wrote the UK hit single, “The World’s A Girl”.

Anita Lane – The World’s A Girl

Here she be:


Anita Lane - Sex O'Clock

Artist: Anita Lane
Title Of Album: Sex O’Clock
Year Of Release: Oct 23, 2001
Label: Mute Records
Genre: Alternative Rock, Pop, Vocal
Quality/Bitrate: MP3 / 320 kbit/s / 44.1 Khz / Stereo
Total Time: 43:12 min
Total Size: 100 Mb
WebSite:http://www.anitalane.com/


SEX O’CLOCK
CDSTUMM183 RELEASED SEPTEMBER 2001
CD ALBUM
Home Is Where The Hatred Is
The Next Man That I See
Do That Thing
I Hate Myself
A Light Possession
I Love You, I Am No More
Like Caesar Needs A Brutus
Do The Kamasutra
The Petrol Wife
Bella Ciao

Sex O' Clock

Another great album with contributions again from Mick Harvey!

‘This release is an intoxicating and addictive treat by the unique Anita Lane. Singing/speaking in equal parts Claudine Longet, Jane Birkin and Nick Cave, she inhabits these songs with melancholy resignation….’.

– amazon reviewer

Personnel included:

Anita Lane (vocals); Bertrand Burgalat (arranger); Mick Harvey (various instruments); Cyril Garac, Thierry Koehl, Odile Ollagnon, Sebastien Surel (violin); Marylene Vinciguerra (viola); Christian Lechevretel (trumpet, horns); Thomas Wydler (drums); Jayney Klimek (background vocals). Engineers include: David McCluney, Kevin Paul, Flood. Recorded at Atlantis, AAV, Melbourne, Australia; The Instrument, Abbey Road, London, England; Tricatel Studios, Paris, France.

Anita Lane – Do That Thing

Nice vid directed by Directed by Tony Mahone …. also includesMr. Harvey!

Here she be:

Anita_Lane_-_Sex_O_Clock

Barry Adamson / Anita Lane – The Thought System Of Love (1991)
Label: Mute Records Ltd.
Catalog#: 12 MUTE 119
Format: Vinyl, 12″
Country: UK
Released: 1991
Genre: Electronic
Style: Leftfield, Breaks, Downtempo
Credits: Arranged By – Barry Adamson
Engineer – Paul Kendall
Guitar – Rowland S. Howard (tracks: A1 to B1)
Mixed By, Producer – Barry Adamson , Paul Kendall
Vocals – Anita Lane (tracks: A1, A2, B2)
Written By – Lee Hazlewood (tracks: A1, A2, B2)
Rating: 4.4/5

An original tracks interpretations of the classic Lee Hazlewood tracks!

This EP contains tracks from the original motion picture soundtrack “Delusion”.

Tracklisting:

A1 These Boots Are Made For Walking (Extended Box Fresh Mix)
A2 These Boots Are Made For Walking (The ‘Bonnie Floats On Airwear’ Mix)
B1 Go Johnny
B2 These Boots Are Made For Walking (Sleepwalking Mix)

Here she be:

The_Thought_System_Of_Love.rar

Big thanks to joe le taxi and the original posters



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September 26, 2008 Posted by | Anita Lane, Barry Adamson, Blixa Bargeld, Die Haut, Einstürzende Neubauten, Lee Hazlewood, Mick Harvey, Music_Alternative, Nick Cave, The Bad Seeds, The Birthday Party, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | 2 Comments

Einsturzende Neubauten – Blume

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My name, should you know it,
remains unspeakable

Another beautiful lyrical song from Einsturzende Neubauten!

Typically avant garde in its construction and production.

Wonderful video too!

https://i1.wp.com/www.mutesong.com/store/images/anita_lane.jpgI first heard this years back on Anita Lane’s wonderful LP “Black Pearl”.

Yap, lovely Aussie Anita’s the female part of the duet! Not in the vid though! (we think the chick here is Etsuko Sakamaki-Haas, who appeared on the Japanese versoin of the song … see more below!)

Anita wrote the lyrics for this the English language version of ‘Blume’ from Einstürzende Neubauten’s ‘Malediction‘ album.

Check more Anita here: http://www.anitalane.com/index.html

BTW … If anyone’s got some Anita albums, please let me know!

Was this called HANA in the Japanese version?!

We don’t know who wrote or performed the Japanese version though!! Maybe Maria Ozawa?!

Actually, we now know very well who wrote and performed the Japanese version, cos Joe le taxi told us!

3 Blume (Japanese Version) (4:34)
Vocals, Lyrics By [Translation] – Etsuko Sakamaki-Haas
(http://www.discogs.com/release/189289)

Etsuko’s a guest singer and we don’t know about her., alas! Seems she’s married to a German (based on the family name … Haas), probably someone with contact to the Einsturzende Neubauten. If anyone knows more, please let us know!

Here’s a page with a wonderful description of the background of the song’s lyrics (in German):
http://www.indiepedia.de/index.php/Blume


Personnel:

* Alexander Hacke
* Blixa Bargeld
* F.M.Einheit
* Mark Chung
* N.U.Unruh
* Diana Orlof – Blume (French Version, Vocals)
* Anita Lane – Blume (English Version, Vocals, Lyrics)
* Etsuko Sakamaki-Haas – Blume (Japanese Version, Vocals)
* Thomas Wydler (Snare)
Chrysantemum
For you I am a chrysantemum
Supernova, urgent star

Astera Compositae
For you I`ll be a dandelion
a thousand flowerettes in the sky
Or just a drop in the ocean

If you know my name
don’t speak it out
it holds a power — as before

Liliacea
A lily of the valley
a flower of saron

Helianthus annus
For you I even be a sunflower
Do you hear my enlightening laughter?
another reason to cut off an ear

For you know my name, do you not?
don’t say it
For it is sacred, immovable frozen

Rosa, Anemone et Nymphea alba
I’ll even be a waterlily,
a marygold, a rose
or a little thistle

Euphorbia
a blue dahlia, a black tulip
that’s where opinions differ
the scholars disagree

My name, should you know it
remains unspeakable
and is spoken — malediction

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Here be Blume:

another reason to cut off an ear

Here’s Nick Cave introducing the great video for the great song!

And you want the hear the Japanese version too?

Really?

OK then! Just this once!

Check out loads more here;

and

Einstürzende Neubauten – Full Discography

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September 25, 2008 Posted by | Anita Lane, Blixa Bargeld, Einstürzende Neubauten, Music_Alternative, Nick Cave, _ART, _MUSIC, _PHOTOGRAPHY, _POETRY, _VIDEO | 11 Comments

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – The Firstborn is Dead (@320 )


Album : The Firsborn is Dead
Artist : Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Release Date : 1985
Lable : Mute
Genre : Rock
Total time : 00:50:27
Total size : 61 MB
@ 192-320 Kbit/s mp3

We’ve posted this before. Here it is again. Good bit-rate.

We’ve got a shitload of Cave postings HERE MOFOS! Check em out!

This one was the second album released by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, released in 1985.

Nick Cave took his obsession with the American South and swamp blues a little further on this LP, with influences ranging from Elvis Presley to great bluesmen like Blind Lemon Jefferson and JL Hooker.

Not my favourite Cave LP, but some decent tracks on here.

Tracklisting

1 Tupelo.mp3
2 Say Goodbye To The Little Girl Tree.mp3
3 Train Long-Suffering.mp3
4 Black Crow King.mp3
5 Knockin’ On Joe.mp3
6 Wanted Man.mp3
7 Blind Lemon Jefferson.mp3
8 The Six Strings That Drew Blood.mp3
9 Tupelo (Single Version).mp3

Download:

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July 30, 2008 Posted by | Blixa Bargeld, Mick Harvey, Music_Alternative, Nick Cave, The Bad Seeds, _MUSIC | Leave a comment