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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
/ RS


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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by FeniceNera

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!

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

Mark Lanegan Band – Bubblegum

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Mark Lanegan Band – Bubblegum
Mp3 / vbr.
Released August 10, 2004
Recorded 2003-2004
Genre Alternative rock
Length 49:06
Label Beggars Banquet
Producer Mark Lanegan, Chris Goss, Alain Johannes

Will you put on that long white dress, while I burn when there’s no more tomorrows?


Bubblegum is an album by the great Mark Lanegan, released in 2004 on the Beggars Banquet label under the handle “Mark Lanegan Band”. And what a band! A cast of thousands … almost!
The release features a prominent cast of guest musicians, among which are PJ Harvey, Josh Homme and Nick Oliveri of Queens of the Stone Age, Greg Dulli of The Afghan Whigs, and Duff McKagan and Izzy Stradlin of Guns N’ Roses. Also appearing on Bubblegum is Lanegan’s ex-wife, Wendy Rae Fowler.

Bubblegum is Lanegan’s most commercially successful to date, reaching number 39 on Billboard’s Top Independent Albums chart.

Mark Lanegan – Hit The City

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Bubblegum received mixed reviews from music critics.

Allmusic’s Mark Deming described the album thusly, awarding the album four out of five;

“With the Screaming Trees an increasingly distant memory and his brief tenure with Queens of the Stone Age seemingly over and done, Mark Lanegan appears to have well and truly become a solo artist, and while the dark and blues-shot introspections of Whiskey for the Holy Ghost and The Winding Sheet felt like a respite from Lanegan’s usual musical diet of the time, Bubblegum sounds like an effort to fuse the nocturnal atmospherics of his solo work with the impressive brain/brawn ratio of his better-known bands.”

The Guardian’s Alexis Petridis, who awarded the album four out of five stars, wrote :

“Lanegan once called his bluesy solo work “death dirges”. From its matt black cover inwards, Bubblegum never stints on the dark stuff. There is drug-induced despair and failed romance, with music to match: sibilant drum machines that recall 1970s art-punks Suicide, dolefully minimal guitar figures, shrieking feedback and the unmistakable wail of PJ Harvey on backing vocals.” Petridis

Pitchfork Media reviewer Matthew Murphy commented

“Throughout Bubblegum, Lanegan proves himself adroit at navigating the back alleys of Babylon, but after the record’s umpteenth reference to loaded shotguns, ’73 Buicks, and goin’ cold turkey, one can’t help but think he might eventually want to take a stab at some new material. So far, his voice has proven to be well-suited for whatever use he has put it to; hopefully next time he strays a little further afield to better stretch its limits.”

Mark Lanegan – Wedding Dress (live on Irish TV)

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Bubblegum was Lanegan’s breakout album. Upon its release in August 2004, Bubblegum peaked at #39 on the Billboard Top Independent Albums chart. The album granted Lanegan’ his first commercially successful album.

Bubblegum peaked at #19 in Italy, #28 in Belgia, #30 in Norway, #35 in Finland, #36 in Netherland, #43 in the United Kingdom, #67 in Germany and #189 in France.

The single “Hit the City” peaked at 76 on the British singles chart and is Lanegan’s first charted single.

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When Bubblegum was released, Lanegan was still a full time member of Queens of the Stone Age, and was recording Lullabies to Paralyze which would be the last album with the band. The Lullabies album was delayed because Lanegan released Bubblegum.

Tracklisting

1. “When Your Number Isn’t Up” – (3:01)
2. “Hit the City” – (2:48)
* Featuring PJ Harvey
3. “Wedding Dress” – (3:07)
* Featuring Wendy Rae Fowler
4. “Methamphetamine Blues” – (3:16)
* Featuring Josh Homme
* Featuring Jonathan Russo
5. “One Hundred Days” – (4:36)
6. “Bombed” – (1:08)
* Featuring Wendy Rae Fowler
7. “Strange Religion” – (4:07)
* Featuring Izzy Stradlin and Duff McKagan
8. “Sideways in Reverse” – (2:46)
9. “Come to Me” – (3:45)
* Featuring PJ Harvey
10. “Like Little Willie John” – (3:53)
11. “Can’t Come Down” – (3:37)
12. “Morning Glory Wine” – (4:27)
13. “Head” – (3:04)
14. “Driving Death Valley Blues” – (2:48)
15. “Out of Nowhere” – (2:43)

Personnel

* Chris Goss

* Tracey Chisholm
* Molly McGuire
* Aldo Struyf
* David Catching
* Wendy Rae Fowler
* Joshua Homme
* Keni Richards
* Jim Vincent
* Mike Johnson
* Ian Moore
* Bukka Allen
* Alain Johannes
* Natasha Shneider
* Brett Netson
* Greg Dulli
* Nick Oliveri
* Jonathan Russo
* Izzy Stradlin
* Duff McKagan
* Troy Van Leeuwen
* Joey Castillo
* John Kastner
* Eddie Nappi
* Dimitri Coats
* Mathias Schneeburger
* Melanie Campbell.

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August 25, 2008 Posted by | Mark Lanegan, Music_Alternative, PJ Harvey, Queens of the Stone Age, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | 1 Comment

PJ Harvey – Uh Huh Her (2004)

PJ Harvey – Uh Huh Her (2004)

PJ Harvey used to make some damn fine punk/blues/pop music. Not lately though.

This is the last decent album she made.

The album was written and recorded over a two-year period in Dorset, UK and Los Angeles. Much of the recording was done alone by Harvey using her four-track and eight-track home studio, guitar, keyboards and drum machine. For the first time since 1993’s great 4-Track Demos album, she produced it herself and played every instrument bar the final drum tracks, which were handled by her longtime collaborator Rob Ellis. Final engineering and mixing work was done by Head in rural Devon in autumn/winter 2003.

Uh Huh Her was released in May 2004 and became PJ Harvey’s highest-charting record on the US Billboard charts, reaching No. 29. In her native UK it peaked at No. 12 and spawned a minor hit with the single “The Letter” which reached No. 28.

Overall, however, it didn’t spark the same level of crossover interest as its million-selling, gold-certified predecessor Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea.

As per usual with Harvey, the critical reception was generally strong: Alternative Press described the record as “profoundly moving”, Entertainment Weekly called it “raw, dark and beautiful… a jagged, edgy winner”, and Time noted that “No singer since Janis Joplin has moved as easily between primal scream and intimate sigh”. The UK’s Sunday Times newspaper hailed it as “a thrilling, bone-rattling barrage, interleaved with moments of hushed, accordion-flecked intimacy whose closeness and apparent candour make you want to shield yourself from their passion.” Hot Press magazine, meanwhile, felt it was “an extremely potent record… that contains more perspectives, characters and camera angles than maybe any PJ album to date”.

It won Harvey her sixth BRIT Award nomination, as Best British Female Artist, and her fifth Grammy award nomination, for Best Alternative Music Performance of 2004.

Harvey told Mojo magazine, “I don’t think ‘tender’ is a word that could be applied to anything I’ve written before, but that’s how I feel about this album and I’m really pleased about it. Some of the songs are very gentle, very loving; with others I had a lot of fun in the words I used and the way I sang them.” She explained to Time Out magazine how she “wanted to get back to the earthy, rootsy, more dirty side of things” following the popular success of her last album, 2000’s Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea. She said, “I wanted this record to be simple, I wanted it to be ugly in some places, I wanted it to have a swagger to it… but also a real honesty and intimacy. I wanted a warmness and closeness and I wanted to make a welcoming record.”

To SPIN magazine she said that, in contrast to the extreme darkness of some of her earlier LPs, “I find an enormous amount of openness and hope on this record… “The Desperate Kingdom of Love” or “You Come Through” I find incredibly optimistic and tender.”

Harvey also explained to Tracks magazine that, “I was looking for distressed, debased sounds. So all of the guitars are either tuned so low that it’s hard to detect what notes they’re playing or they’re baritone guitars or they’re played through the shittiest amps I could find.”

On the inside sleeve of the album cover are a long set of self-portrait photographs that Harvey took over the years, and a series of scribbled annotations she collected during the songwriting process of Uh Huh Her – notes to herself such as “Scare yourself”, “Too normal? Too PJ H?” and “All that matters is my voice and my story” (a piece of advice given to her by her friend Elvis Costello).

She admitted to Shaken Stir that producing the record on her own was “a completely draining, disorientating, exasperating, invigorating experience” and “one of the hardest pieces of work I’ve ever done… I couldn’t say that this record was an enjoyable experience. I think it was a journey that I learnt an enormous amount from, but certainly there were very enjoyable moments… I mean when I look back on it now it was a very difficult, hard and taxing time, and yet I’m so glad I did it – so glad.”

We’re glad too baby! So glad!

Tracklisting

  1. “The Life & Death of Mr. Badmouth” – 4:53
  2. “Shame” – 2:33
  3. “Who the Fuck?” – 2:09
  4. “Pocket Knife” – 3:44
  5. “The Letter” – 3:22
  6. “The Slow Drug” – 3:25
  7. “No Child of Mine” – 1:08
  8. “Cat on the Wall” – 3:03
  9. “You Come Through” – 2:48
  10. “It’s You” – 4:13
  11. “The End” – 1:23
  12. “The Desperate Kingdom of Love” – 2:44
  13. Untitled (“Seagulls”) – 1:11
  14. “The Darker Days of Me & Him” – 4:34

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August 19, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, PJ Harvey, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

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
/ RS

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.

It speaks of lost love, pain, disappointment and distant yesterdays; and does so in a beautiful poetic manner.

His subsequent, and indeed previous, albums, although sometimes containing moments of brilliance, unfortunately all fall far short of this one.

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, there’s the continual Leonard Cohen influence at play (especially, in the stylised nature of ‘Green Eyes’) but 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, at the end of the day, The Boatman’s Call is still a magnificent piece of work.

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 an 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 a great album 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 those U2 wankers ‘Actung B’.

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

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

Anyways, here she be … Enjoy…

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June 20, 2008 Posted by | Blixa Bargeld, Canon, Mick Harvey, Music_Alternative, Nick Cave, PJ Harvey, The Bad Seeds, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

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
/ RS

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.

It speaks of lost love, pain, disappointment and distant yesterdays; and does so in a beautiful poetic manner.

His subsequent, and indeed previous, albums, although sometimes containing moments of brilliance, unfortunately all fall far short of this one.

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, there’s the continual Leonard Cohen influence at play (especially, in the stylised nature of ‘Green Eyes’) but 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, at the end of the day, The Boatman’s Call is still a magnificent piece of work.

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 an 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 a great album 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 those U2 wankers ‘Actung B’.

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

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

Anyways, here she be … Enjoy…

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June 20, 2008 Posted by | Blixa Bargeld, Canon, Mick Harvey, Music_Alternative, Nick Cave, PJ Harvey, The Bad Seeds, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

PJ Harvey – White Chalk (2007)

PJ Harvey – White Chalk (2007)

You want lots of screaming and angst and guitars and strange harps and other weird shit?

OK then. Here she be!

White Chalk is PJ’s eighth studio album and first new material since 2004’s critically acclaimed Uh Huh Her.

Harvey went into the studio late in 2006 to record and produce with Flood and John Parish. The three had worked together previously on the Grammy nominated To Bring You My Love and on Is This Desire?.

White Chalk also includes musical contributions from Harvey’s long time associate Eric Drew Feldman, and Jim White from The Dirty Three.

The album highlights PJ Harvey’s incredible ability to consistently create a unique and always impactful experience with each new album.

Her talents as a songwriter, musician, and producer have never been as powerful, or profound, as on White Chalk.

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The songs are quite mesmerizing, and once you get over the screaming, leave a kind of hypnotic effect!

For this album Harvey has moved away from alternative rock and recorded a set of songs for piano, despite her lack of expertise on the instrument. In an interview in The Wire she explained “the great thing about learning a new instrument from scratch is that it … liberates your imagination.”

As well as this, she sings in a higher register than usual, at a pitch outside her normal range.

Lyrically, however, Harvey has stuck to the dark, moody themes typical of much of her music

The album has received extremely positive reviews. The Observer gave the album 5 stars out of 5. Rolling Stone gave the single “When Under Ether” 4 out of 5 stars. The album has a score of 80/100 on Metacritic.

Reviews

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This carnival ride to the netherworld of the soul is PJ Harvey’s most dizzyingly radical work since the raw pulse and grind of her 1993 debut. It’s also entirely different.

Harvey’s created an emotionally fractured Gothic fairytale that rides on her spare, tattered piano playing and her voice, which she turns into a fragile siren’s call: high, airy, and imperiled, and made otherworldly by a labyrinth of echo. Instead of pop tunes, Harvey offers an 11-song cycle that’s the metaphorical story of a breakup in which the Devil, a drug-induced nightmare, and a seemingly bottomless pit of despair all play a part.

At the end, in “The Mountain,” her banshee wails conclude a journey so oblique it’s worthy of David Lynch or Neil Gaiman. Flood, who co-produced Harvey’s 1998 epic rock breakthrough Is This Desire? with her, reprises that role, but White Chalk is more chamber music–and a dark chamber at that.


-Ted Drozdowski

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Tracklisting

  1. “The Devil” – 2:58
  2. “Dear Darkness” – 3:10
  3. “Grow Grow Grow” – 3:23
  4. “When Under Ether” – 2:25
  5. “White Chalk” – 3:13
  6. “Broken Harp” – 1:59
  7. “Silence” – 3:11
  8. “To Talk to You” – 4:01
  9. “The Piano” – 2:37
  10. “Before Departure” – 3:49
  11. “The Mountain” – 3:11

Polly wants a cracker!

PJ Harvey – White Chalk (2007)

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May 11, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, PJ Harvey, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Nick Cave & P.J Harvey – Henry Lee

Apparently, they didn’t really know each other well before doing this.

They sure as hell did soon after!

Check out the great “The Boatman’s Call” which contains some tracks of heartbreak about a certain “West Country girl”!!

February 26, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Nick Cave, PJ Harvey, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Nick Cave & P.J Harvey – Henry Lee

Apparently, they didn’t really know each other well before doing this.

They sure as hell did soon after!

Check out the great “The Boatman’s Call” which contains some tracks of heartbreak about a certain “West Country girl”!!

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February 26, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Nick Cave, PJ Harvey, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment