Les Inrockuptibles has just released a special edition of its magazine about Nick Cave. You can order the mag through their website. The paper version comes with a cd called “Jubilee Street – The Roots of Nick Cave” with selected tracks from artists who have influenced him. It includes: The Velvet Underground, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Howlin’ Wolf, Robert Johnson, Bob Dylan, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Nina Simone, Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, John Lee Hooer and Hank Williams.
Just a quick reminder that Shell Shock is now streaming on La Monnaie. Watch it while you can!
Nick Cave, as well as other artists like Sir Paul McCartney or Wayne Coyne, have kindly customized the cover of the book Collector’s Edition by Stuart Tolley. The book is currently being auctionned on the author’s website to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Foundation. Bidding for all books start at £250 and will last until December 12th. Good luck!
I thought that since we won’t get any new album in the near future that I’d share a bootleg once in a while.
Just a little note, most of my bootlegs comes from Dime. Please respect the work of the tapers. Meaning to keep the files as you have downloaded them (no reencoding) with the text file containing all the info. And most of all: DO NOT RESELL THEM.
Anyway after seeing Kylie Minogue in concert last week, I got nostalgic of her duet with Nick and looked up some of their performances together so today I am sharing this 1996 bootlegs. Download here.
“The Ring Of Wild Roses” bootleg mostly from Koln,
Bizarre Festival 17/08/96, from the (incomplete) TV/FM broadcast.
Running time: 58’56”.
1. Brother My Cup Is Empty
4. Your Funeral, My Trial
5. Where The Wild Roses Grow (w. Blixa)
6. The Weeping Song
7. The Mercy Seat
8. Nobody’s Baby Now
9. Jack The Ripper
10. Stagger Lee (The White Room, 24/02/96)
11. Henry Lee (The White Room, 24/02/96, w. PJ)
12. Do You Love Me? (London 14/08/96)
13. Into My Arms (London 14/08/96)
14. Where The Wild Roses Grow (London 14/08/96, w. Kylie)
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds adds dark power to Season 40 (links to download the concert in comments)
AUSTIN CITY LIMITS – Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds is streaming on PBS.
Available through 11/29/14.
Red Right Hand
From Her to Eternity
God is in the House
The Mercy Seat
Push the Sky Away
Nick Cave -vocals, piano
Warren Ellis – violin, mandolin, guitar, vocals
Conway Savage – keyboard, vocals
Martyn P. Casey – bass, vocals
Barry Adamson – drums, percussion, keyboards, vocals
Jim Sclavunos – drums, percussion, vocals
George Vjestica – guitar, vocals
luckily I slept a few hours in the meantime so I hope the heap of mistakes is not trying to channel his inner Himalayas.
I thought I need some visual in here. I made a screenshot of the Making Of that is included on the DVD of 20.000 Days On Earth. The only connection to my translation posting is that it shows a very strange German thing (and Brigitte Bardot of course) and that there is a possibility that he collected it during one of those Berlin winters he talks about in the interview. See for yourself…
It seems to be a page from what we call „Groschenroman“ aka penny dreadful or dime novel. It also says „The big bestseller“ and because of a). the German phrase that is used there is very oldschool, b.) this thing surely was no bestseller and c). the fact that Nick has it in an old notebook of his, it cracked me up to no end. Surely a wise collection of thoughts that book.
Tragically we are not able to read it, so we need to stick to Nick’s wisdom. There it is, translated from English to German and back so that I am sure parts of it are now also kind of grinded through the mills of imagination or maybe just different dictionaries…
In support of the Facial Palsy charity, Nick Cave has donated a signed Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Push The Sky Away Super Deluxe Box Set plus two tickets to any UK Nick Cave show on the European tour next year. (Prize value £270). The draw will take place and winners will be announced at Facial Palsy.org’s Annual General Meeting on Saturday 22 November 2014. The closing date to purchase Grand Prize Draw tickets is Thursday 20 November 2014. Go here for info on how to buy tickets: http://news.facialpalsy.org.uk/2014/10/03/grand-prize-draw-tickets-now-on-sale/ Open to residents of England, Scotland and Wales, over the age of 16.
Posted at the request of Karen Johnson at Facial Palsy.org