19 June 2006

Where the Wild Roses Grow Nick Cave with Kylie Minogue

From Nick Cave's excellent "Murder Ballands"

7 comments:

elasticwaistbandlady said...

I haven't looked yet, I'm just smiling inside that you linked something, anything, with Kylie Minogue in it.

jams o donnell said...

Not really a typical kylie piece but we all have our guilty secrets!!!

Pisces Iscariot said...

I've been listening to 'No More Shall We Part' Quite a lot recently - Cave has always had the ability to fire my imagination.
Going way back: 'Love is for fools and all fools are lovers/It's raining on my house and none of the others'

jams o donnell said...

Excellent album Pisces. His first two solo albums and Nocturama aren't that great in my view but he has produced some great albums.. He was on fire with Lyre of Orpheus/Abattoir Blues

Pisces Iscariot said...

Haven't heard Orpheus/Abattoir yet.
I do have a soft spot for 'From Her to Eternity' though. Still has the hard edge of the Birthday Party but you can see where he's heading.
His version of Lenny Cohen's Avalanche is mind blowing - love the way he changes "I sleep beneath the golden hill" to "I sleep beneath the gold in hell"

jams o donnell said...

I never really took to the Birthday Party myself, a bit too harsh for me. I really would suggest getting hold of Lyre/Abattoir.. it is Nick at his best

mullet said...

jeez - on scrolling down, I thought it was Bowie!