Nick Cave performed his album, Push the Sky Away on Feb. 21, 2013, at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles.
Now a “Director’s Cut” has been released online.
Watch the entire performance here right now.
[In August of this year I’ll be publishing my rock ‘n’ roll/ coming-of-age novel, “True Love Scars,” which features a narrator who is obsessed with Bob Dylan. To read the first chapter, head here.
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This is so great you need to just stop reading and click ‘play’ on the SoundCloud player below.
Iggy Pop, Nick Cave, Thurston Moore cover the Gun Club’s terrific “Nobody’s City.”
The song appears on the just released Axels & Sockets, a collection Jeffrey Lee Pierce covers. Pierce, of course, was the leader of the Gun Club. (There’s another excellent cover at the bottom of this post.)
Album track list:
01 Iggy Pop & Nick Cave (feat. Thurston Moore) – Nobody’s City
02 The Amber Lights & Debbie Harry – Kisses For My President
03 Black Moth – Mexican Love
04 Julie Christensen – Weird Kid Blues
05 Slim Cessna’s Auto Club – Ain’t My Problem Baby
06 Crippled Black Phoenix & Cypress Grove (feat. Mark Lanegan & Bertrand Cantat) – Constant Limbo (Constant Rain)
07 Nick Cave & Debbie Harry – Into The Fire
08 Kris Needs Presents…Honey – Thunderhead
09 Mark Lanegan & Bertrand Cantat – Desire By Blue River
10 The Amber Lights & Xanthe Waite – Kitty In The Moonlight
11 Ruby Throat – Secret Fires
12 Andrea Schroeder – Kisses For My President
13 James Johnston – Body And Soul
14 Primal Scream – Goodbye Johnny (Andrew Weatherall’s Nyabinghi Noir Mix)
15 Hugo Race – Break ‘Em Down
16 Cypress Grove – My Cadillac
17 Lydia Lunch & Jeffrey Lee Pierce – The Journey Is Long
18 Mark Stewart & Jeffrey Lee Pierce (feat. Thurston Moore) – Shame And Pain
This one is damn good too:
Black Moth, “Mexican Love”:
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Cool performance of “Higgs Boson Blues” from Live From KCRW.
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New one from Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, which they debuted in London earlier this week. Beautiful ballad.