Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds at LSO St Lukes

In Session for BBC Four –
Nick Cave performs at St. Luke’s Church, London
Recorded in June 2008, broadcast July 4, 2008.

Set list and video links follow, thanks to theoriginalmilo (KISSES). Missing songs from the set list are in ( ). I’m unsure if they were broadcast at all. The BBC site is blocking non-UK users from viewing the show, so I’m very grateful for these clips.

Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds (Live)
St. Luke’s Church
BBC Four – July 4, 2008

Nick Cave Interview
Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!
Red Right Hand
Midnight Man
(Let Love In)
God is in the House
Into My Arms**
Today’s Lesson
Get Ready for Love
Lyre of Orpheus
Ship Song
The Mercy Seat
We Call Upon the Author
(Hard On For Love)
Stagger Lee
(More News From Nowhere)
Jools Holland Clips

He Wants You (June ’03)
Fifteen Feet Of Pure White Snow May ’01)
Do You Love Me? (May ’98)
Thirsty Dog (May ’94)
Cindy, Cindy (Dec ’90)
And The Ass Saw The Angel (Recital) (Oct ’89)
Songwriter’s Circle – 1999
Nick Cave, John Cale and Chrissie Hynde

Henry Lee
West Country Girl
Into My Arms
The Ship Song

Nick Cave Night on BBC Four (Morgan’s Musings)
Nick Cave – Stagger Lee (Morgan’s Musings)
Nick Cave Night (BBC)

**Tx Othalar!

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About Morgan Wolfe

I write contemporary LGBTQ fiction that explores the dark & light of human love and desire. Interests: Progressive politics, visual arts, vintage illustration, mid-century design. French films, Queer cinema. Literary quotes. J'adore Paris. Ich liebe Berlin.

11 thoughts on “Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds at LSO St Lukes

  1. Judit,

    They were mp3 files of the LSO St Luke’s concert. I was able to download them, thanks to Dave.

    I’ll try and find out what happened. I need to find a server to upload files because I have so many.


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