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Mojo presents Bad Seeds

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Mojo presents Bad Seeds

Mojo presents Bad Seeds
Nick Cave: Roots & Collaborations

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Mojo presents a 15 tracks celebration
The Saints, Johnny Cash, John Lee Hooker, Karen Dalton, Martin Gore, Scott Walker, Einsturzende Neubauten, Lydia Lunch, Tim Rose, Beasts Of Bourbon, Hank Williams & More
Mojo magazine, March 2009

Tracks
01 The Saints - This Perfect Day (2:09)
02 Johnny Cash - Fulsom Prison Blues (2:44)
03 John Lee Hooker - Tupelo Blues (3:22)
04 Karen Dalton - Katie Cruel (2:17)
05 Tim Rose - Long Time Man (6:00)
06 Scott Walker - The Big Hurt (2:22)
07 Current 93 - All The Pretty Horses (2:29)
08 Einsturzende Neubauten - Blume (4:32)
09 Martin Gore - Loverman (6:59)
10 Lydia Lunch & Nick Cave - Done Dun (4:26)
11 Beasts Of Bourbon - Cocksucker Blues (6:34)
12 The Golden Gate Quartet - Wade In The Water (2:42)
13 Peggy Seeger - Henry Lee (6:09)
14 Mississippi John Hurt - Stack O'Lee (2:55)
15 Hank Williams - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (2:48)

Total time: 58m 28s


"MUSIC HAS THE POTENTIAL OTHER ARTS DON'T HAVE, WHICH IS TO UTTERLY CAN CHANGE, YOUR MOOD, YOUR PERSPECTIVE…"
So said Nick Cave in conversation with MOJO'S Phil Sutcliffe in 2005. This month, as the pair renew their dialogue for what is a truly titanic cover story, MOJO proudly presents this exclusive collection which is packed with mood-altering music commemorating the 25 years that have elapsed since Cave formed the Bad Seeds.
Included on this 15-track set are a number of key cuts by the likes of Johnny Cash, Peggy Seeger and Mississippi John Hurt, all of which have been covered by Cave. Equally significant are contributions by collaborators including tracks by Current 93 and Lydia Lunch, both of which feature Cave himself.
MOJO's Bad Seeds compilation is designed to shed light on the world of Nick Cave, providing the listener with an insight into the career of one of music's most singular artists who, over 30 years into his career, continues to kick against the pricks…

Phil Alexander
Editor-in-Chief, MOJO Magazine
London, England. December 2008


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