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Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Box Set of Rarities finally set for release

"Spanning the full twenty-one years of Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds illustrious career, this comprehensive three
CD set, entitled B-Sides & Rarities, presents a thrilling and eclectic retrospective collection of material by the
band, some of which has been deleted, featured on a disparate number of soundtrack albums or has never been officially released before."

Read the whole thing at Filter

Personally, I'm happy to see the following tracks, mostly cuz I don't have 'em on an officially released CD.


1. Deanna (Acoustic Version)

2. The Mercy Seat (Acoustic Version)

3. City Of Refuge (Acoustic Version)

10. The Girl At The Bottom Of My Glass

18. Tower Of Song

19. What Can I Give You?


6. There's No Night Out At The Jail

13. O'Malley's Bar Pt.1

14. O' Malley's Bar Pt.2

15. O' Malley's bar Pt. 3

17. O'Malley's Bar Reprise

18. Red Right Hand (Scream 3 Version)

posted by Ross Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Thursday, December 09, 2004

The few Nick Cave fans left on this list might want to bring back the good old days, when each Nick Cave record was as stunning as the new "Abattoir Blues/The Lyre Of Orpheus" will be. ;-)

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - 'the early years' (1983-1990) is now added to (unofficial) website http://www.fromthearchives.com/ in the form of a (concert) chronology, discography and bibliography.

Any additional information, comments, suggestions, corrections of a constructive nature or collaborations are always welcome!

posted by Ross Thursday, December 09, 2004

Tuesday, December 07, 2004

Nick Cave To Speak In Aussie Public Library

The State Library of New South Whales will play host to singer/songwriter Nick Cave who will speak about his latest work 'Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus'.

"Having an icon like Nick Cave talking about books and writing in the Mitchell Library - an icon in its own right - is a simply fantastic way to finish our year-long tribute to Australia's outstanding writers, both past and present" State Librarian & Chief Executive Dagmar Schmidmaier said in a statement.

Triple J's Steve Cannane will interview Cave about his writing for music and fiction.

Cave has also written the script for the movie The Proposition which is currently being filmed. The movie will star Guy Pearce.

Nick Cave Final Last Words will happen at 1.30pm on December 19. Tickets go on sale November 30.
posted by Ross Tuesday, December 07, 2004

Saturday, December 04, 2004

Quick little show review on a 'consumer review' site.


posted by Ross Saturday, December 04, 2004

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