Ep. #323: Nick Cave and Warren Ellis | Kreative Kontrol

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  1. The 4am: 11: Too Long Til Morning

    The 4am is a selection composed entirely of music sent to Warren Ellis by the artists.

    1. Badman — “Modern Species” (4:19)
    2. Kemper Norton — “The Unhappitants” (4:23)
    3. Levi Weaver — “Of Bridges Burned” (3:32)
    4. Satan’s Monk — Pro-Life (Demo - Alt) (1:22)


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  2. Nick Cave on The Death of Bunny Munro

    Nick Cave is best known as a singer-songwriter and front man of the legendary Bad Seeds. But he has a second life as a novelist, and has just published his second book, The Death of Bunny Munro, which comes complete with a surround-sound audio version with music he has composed himself.

    He describes the challenge of creating a multi-media novel, and explains why he decided to write about a drug-addled sex maniac. He also muses on father-son relationships, seagulls and the attractions of Brighton. Along the way, he reveals why novels are easier to write than songs, what he gets up to on the tour bus and why he is praying that Kylie Minogue will forgive him.


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  3. #81 - Anthony Albanese MP on Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds ‘The Good Son’ — Mr Jeremy Dylan

    Former Deputy Prime Minister, long-serving parliamentarian and occasional DJ Anthony Albanese MP joins me on the show to talk about his favorite album by one of his favorite artists - “The Good Son” (1990) by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.We talk about the origins of his Nick Cave fandom, seeing him live with the Birthday Party and later with the Bad Seeds, how this album represents a period of Cave in transition, why ‘The Ship Song’ ended up on his playlist when he guest hosted Rage and which Nick Cave song got people moving in his recent DJ set.Also, we talk about why his electorate has Australia’s best concert venue (the Enmore), the advantages of going to gigs in Canberra, why bad governments breed good music, protest songs and the Reclink Community Cup.


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  4. Nick Cave Digs Himself a Singular Niche

    Love, violence, death and America have always been themes for Australian-born singer-composer Nick Cave — Murder Ballads and Abbatoir Blues are just two of his album titles — so he was perhaps a natural to compose the soundtrack for last year’s epically paranoid Western The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.

    Cave also wrote the screenplay and soundtrack for the Australian epic The Proposition, which Roger Ebert described as "pitiless and uncompromising, so filled with pathos and disregarded innocence that it is a record of those things we pray to be delivered from."

    Cave appeared in Wim Wenders’ 1987 film Wings of Desire, and he’s written both plays and novels.

    Now Cave has released a new CD with his band the Bad Seeds. The title? Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!! The inspiration, he says, is the Biblical story of Lazarus’ return from the grave.


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  5. Discoveries from the Pitchfork Music Festival

    Each summer, the Pitchfork Music Festival draws thousands of fans to Chicago to hear three day’s worth of performances, by more than 40 bands. It’s a mix of some of the best new and largely unknown, independent bands of the year. On this episode of All Songs Considered, host Bob Boilen talks with freelance reporter Jacob Ganz about some of the music Ganz discovered while covering this year’s festival, which ended July 19


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  6. #90 - Gena Rose Bruce on Nick Cave ‘The Boatman’s Call’ — Mr Jeremy Dylan

    Smokey-beyond-her-years Melbourne chanteuse Gena Rose Bruce joins me from a haunted hotel room in Kings Cross to talk about the most personal album from one of Australia’s greatest singer/songwriters - Nick Cave’s 1997 LP “The Boatman’s Call”.We talk about the trickiness of writing songs about real people and relationships, covering Nick Cave at weddings, why this album was a change of pace for Cave, keep musical and real life personalities separate and the intersection between love, religion and heroin.


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