The Bad Seeds: where did they come from, where did they go?

From the German magazine Musik Express (March 2013). Click image to view large size.

The Bad Seeds: where did they come from, where did they go

The Bad Seeds: where did they come from, where did they go?

Tx to yourburden. This graphic accompanies the Nick Cave interview that Anna is translating.

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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.

6 thoughts on “The Bad Seeds: where did they come from, where did they go?

  1. This is great. It is almost like someone read my mind. I thought just this morning that it could be fun to track former members of great bands and so on. Well, here someone had done just that!

    My only question might be, should Barry Adamson have an addendum of some sort, or is this more about recordings rather than live performances?

    Still though, either way, this is a wonderful graph of the Bad Seeds over time.

    • To give credit where credit’s due [or vice versa], and to point you in a direction that you’ll likely dig, you need to check out the brilliant work of a gentleman by the name of Pete Frame. He’d pretty much invented this sort of thing when he took over the role of editor at Zig Zag magazine back in the late 1960s. His hand-lettered Rock Family Trees are legendary, and not without reason.

      • Yes, awesome. I well have to check that out. Thank you. Some bands would probably have a family tree the size of a sequioa.

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