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Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds - Murder Ballads : The Interview Full Album Performer: Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds
Title: Murder Ballads : The Interview
Style: Interview
Category: Audio Files
Date of release: 1996
Country: Europe
Label: Mute Records Ltd.
Catalog number: CAVESPEAK1CD
Size MP3: 2793 mb
Size FLAC: 1805 mb
Rating: 4.1


1Q. So you don't have fights with the rest of the band ever? A. I fight with Tony, like physically. I have punched....0:09
2Q. Let's talk about your new record, the 'Murder Ballads' record. Tell me how this idea came about. A. I've always enjoyed writing narrative songs &....0:56
3Q. Have you come to terms with living in London? A. It's difficult to know about London. I....0:45
5Q. Do you think that was because of you? A. You know, to a lot of people Kylie is....0:16
6Q.Why was it easier, do you think? A. Because I was making a record that... can't be....0:33
8Q. So how was it doing festivals with her? How did her audiences take to you? A. I mean, there was a certain amount ....0:30
13Q. So it was kind of working, more? A. Well, I'm Australian and I....0:21
14Q. Did you always plan it to be a Bad Seeds record or did you intend to have guest... guests on it? A. This was a multi-functional record in that it....1:16
15Q. You said that you think that, in a way, Kylie has been burdened by her images as you have been by yours. Do you think this record will make a difference to that? A. I don't really think that, for me....1:53
16Q. But do you still like travelling a lot? A. I always looked at it more as that I travelled because....0:18
18Q. Did you have the guests that you had on it in mind before you wrote the songs or before you decided on those songs for them, or did you write them especially for - like Kylie - 'Where The Wild Roses Grow', was that written especially for Kylie? A. Yes, it was. 'Where The Wild Roses Grow' was....1:12
20Q. Do you think people will misinterpret the fact that you've made it funny? A. I hope so. I'm always happy for my records to....0:26
22Q. After you wrote the last one and you got a lot of critical acclaim for it, did you feel more satisfaction about that than you do if you get really good reviews of your records? A. The thing about reviews of records is....1:27
24Q. Is that the same with Tony? Tony Cohen - engineer. it always seems to work really well when he does the thing. He's very in tune with the Bad Seeds isn't he? A. It's difficult to work with Tony but....0:36
27Q. It's a very funny record. A. I think there are som genuinely threatening....0:37
29Q. Did it work? Did he shut up? A. He sulks for a little while, you know....0:16
30Q. What are the particular qualities that Kylie has that attracted you to her and made you want to work with her & write songs for? A. What I recognised in Kylie, which I....0:25
33Q. Do you think you will ever write another book? A. Yes, I do. I think that the time will make....0:42


Promotional interview disc made for radio stations etc. Includes an 8 page booklet with an introduction and all the questions and the beginning of each answer listed.


This part of the Great Australian Albums series homes in on the 1995 album Murder Ballads. It was an important release for more than one reason. 42 answers from Nick Cave about the Murder Ballads album. Altre versioni 5 di 108 Visualizza tutto. Murder Ballads - Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Murder Ballads is the ninth studio album by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, released in 1996 on Mute Records. As its title suggests, the album consists of new and traditional murder ballads, a genre of songs that relays the details and often consequences of crimes of passion. Where the Wild Roses Grow, a duet featuring Cave singing with Kylie Minogue, was a hit single and received two ARIA Awards in 1996. Other prominent guest musicians on the album include PJ Harvey and Shane MacGowan. Dm I'm a bad motherfucker, don't you know. Am And I'll crawl over fifty good pussies just to get one fat boy's asshole Said Stagger Lee. Dm Just then Billy Dilly rolls in and he says, You must be That bad motherfucker called Stagger Lee Am Im Stagger Lee. Dm Yeah, I'm Stagger Lee and you better get down on your knees. And the fire of '91 that razed the Bella Vista slum There was the biggest shit-fight this country's ever seen Insurance companies ruined, land lords getting sued All cause of wee girl with a can of gasoline Those flames really roared when the wind started blowing La la la la La la la lie Rich man, poor man, all got to. Divided between originals and covers, the record is awash in both morbid humor and sobering horror, as the Bad Seeds provide an appropriate backdrop for the carnage, alternating between blues, country, and lounge-jazz. Opening the affair is Song for Joy, a tale from a father who has witnessed his family's death at the hands of serial killer. It is the most disturbing number on the record, lacking any of the gallows humor that balances out the other songs. Murder Ballads Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. Sign up for the newsletter. Be the first to hear about exclusive news, music and events from Nick Cave. By now they were a powerhouse outfit that could turn their hands to many varieties of musical style and still emerge as distinctive and singular a rock band as any other in the world. Nick Cave and Mick Harvey had already started down the dark road that would lead to Murder Ballads when were gnawing at the entrails of Australian punk's bloated carcass in The Birthday Party. Listen free to Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Murder Ballads Song of Joy, Stagger Lee and more. 10 tracks 58:52. Murder Ballads. Nick Cave Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds Format: Audio CD. I had heard the Where the Wild Rose Grow song Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue contained in this album, and that made me want to buy the whole disc. He also teams up with PJ Harvey an incredible singersongwriter in her own right. I am not disappointed