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Nick Cave – Murder Ballads (1996)

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Nick Cave – Murder Ballads (1996)


1	Song Of Joy 	6:47
2	Stagger Lee 	5:15
3	Henry Lee 	3:58
4	Lovely Creature 	4:13
5	Where The Wild Roses Grow 	3:57
6	The Curse Of Millhaven 	6:55
7	The Kindness Of Strangers 	4:39
8	Crow Jane 	4:14
9	O'Malley's Bar 	14:28
10	Death Is Not The End 	4:27

Jenny Anderson 	Violin
Blixa Bargeld 	Guitar, Sound Effects, Vocals, Voices
Katharine Blake 	Choir/Chorus, Vocals
Martyn Casey 	Bass, Choir/Chorus, Guitar (Bass), Vocals
Nick Cave 	Arranger, Choir/Chorus, Guitar, Organ, Organ (Hammond), Piano, Sound Effects, String Arrangements, Vocals
Liz Corcoran 	Vocals
Kerran Coulter 	Viola
Mariella del Conte 	Vocals
Terry Edwards 	Horn
Warren Ellis 	Accordion, Choir/Chorus, Violin, Vocals
Dave Graney 	Choir/Chorus, Vocals
Mick Harvey 	Arranger, Bass, Drums, Guitars, Organ, Percussion, Space Belt, String Arrangements, Vocals (Background)
PJ Harvey 	 Vocals
Brian Hooper 	Bass, Choir/Chorus, Vocals
Rowland S. Howard 	Choir/Chorus, Vocals
Geri Johnson 	Choir/Chorus, Vocals
Ian Johnson 	Choir/Chorus
James Johnston 	Choir/Chorus, Vocals
Spencer P. Jones 	Choir/Chorus, Vocals
Anita Lane 	Sound Effects, Vocals
Shane MacGowan 	Guest Artist, Vocals
Kylie Minogue 	Guest Artist, Vocals
Clare Moore 	Choir/Chorus, Vocals
Helen Mountfort 	Cello
Astrid Munday 	Choir/Chorus, Vocals
Hugo Race 	Guitar
Conway Savage 	Choir/Chorus, Organ, Piano, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
James Sclavunos 	Bells, Drums, Percussion, Tambourine
Sue Simpson 	Violin
Thomas Wydler 	Choir/Chorus, Drums, Maracas, Tambourine, Trombone, Vocals 

 

In some ways, Murder Ballads is the record Nick Cave was waiting to make his entire career. Death and violence have always haunted his music, even when he wasn't explicitly singing about the subject. On Murder Ballads, he sings about nothing but death in the most gruesome, shocking fashion. 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. Cave's duets with Kylie Minogue ("Where the Wild Roses Grow") and PJ Harvey ("Henry Lee") are intriguing, but the true tours de force of the album are "Stagger Lee" and "O'Malley's Bar." Working from an obscure, vulgar variation on "Stagger Lee," Cave increases the sordidness of the song, making Stagger an utterly irredeemable character. The original "O'Malley's Bar" is even stronger, as he spins a bizarrely funny epic of one man's slaughter of an entire bar. During "O'Malley's Bar," Cave and the Bad Seeds are at the height of their powers and the performances rank among the best they have ever recorded. ---Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AllMusic Review

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