Hallelujah – Live 2001

Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds – ‘Hallelujah‘ (Live 2001, with interview)

Thx to LouFimpke

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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.

5 thoughts on “Hallelujah – Live 2001

  1. The violin weeps right along with you. Warren is truly gifted and I feel blessed by his musicianship.

    (I’m usually moved to tears by various tracks on this album.)

    *Sniff*
    Morgan

  2. came back for another look. :))

    that violin is so mournful it almost brings a tear to my eye. it strikes so deep i can feel it in my heart.

    ha ha @ judit, it was a long time ago. :)) as for what he was wearing, i couldn’t tell you as i was staring but not seeing. Tupelo also has that beautiful blue background with nick silhouetted against it. god i love it. 🙂

    Deb
    xx

  3. Dear God, Deb!

    *Hey, what was he wearing?* 😀

    I’ve often noticed that Nick has a blue light enhancement. The (Are You) The One I’ve Been Waiting For music video is a perfect example, as he is looking into a blue light.

    Stunning effect.

    Praise the Lord, indeed.

  4. What a great song! Thanx, Morgan
    Deb, You can’t imagine how much I envy You to have possibility to breath the same air with Nick in the pub! Lucky You!

    Judit

  5. OMFG hallelujah, all right. he looks superb with that blue light behind him. i think it is deliberately done to enhance those deep deep blue eyes. close up his eyes are so blue (pulls out a memory from 30 yrs ago when drinking at local pubs and he was there, a mere nobody, but still with an aura of beauty)praise the lord!

    Deb
    xx

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