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Old 01-23-2019, 03:07 AM   #331
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I really love No More Shall We Part. His two most recent albums are my favourites of what I've heard (which also includes Let Love In and Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!!), which is remarkable for an artist of his stature and longevity. That 2017 live show was something else..
No More Shall We Part is an absolute masterpiece.

The 2017 show that I saw in Sydney was astonishing. Have seen him many times before, both solo and with the Bad Seeds, but that show and the way the Skeleton Tree songs were wound into the set list was incredible. Amazing band. So tight and when they crank it up there is nothing else like it.
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Those shows really were something else. I’m very glad to have seen them at that point in time. Be hard to replicate the context and experience, and it looks like they’ve dropped the best Skeleton Tree songs from the set list as the tour has gone on.
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This looks cool

https://www.mso.com.au/whats-on/2019...-warren-ellis/

"The Film Music of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis
World premiere

As part of the Melbourne International Film Festival, Cave and Ellis join the MSO for the first time to perform a selection of suites in full symphonic sound.

Repertoire: Suites and selections from The Proposition, The Road, Hell or High Water, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, West of Memphis and Wind River."
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yes will be trying to go to that.

shame his Gladiator sequel never got off the ground.
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yes will be trying to go to that.

shame his Gladiator sequel never got off the ground.
Psst.. you can get tickets right now with the promo code "MIFF"
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for how much??
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$75-$150
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The concert film Distant Sky: Live From Copenhagen is now streaming for free on Nick Cave's website this Easter weekend (so until April 22nd). It's good.
https://www.nickcave.com/distantsky

(Though I have to say that I think that the encore - and especially Stagger Lee - is a bit too showy for me)
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Thanks for the tip!
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