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Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Tokyo 1998

This is Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds performing at Fuji Rock in Tokyo back on the 2nd August 1998. This is a resonably well circulated recording of the show and is missing Brompton Oratory and possibly Whiskey Rye from the concert although there remains some confusion if the latter was performed on this occasion. Sound quality is good and Nick Cave comes across in an upbeat mood somewhat teasing the audience on a couple of occasion. The set list reads as a 'Best Of' up to this point in the bands history. Source: Soundboard Sound Quality: Very Good stereo mp3@192kbps. Genre: Alt Rock. Set: Majority of Concert. Set List: 01. Do You Love Me? 02. Lime Tree Arbour 03. Red Right Hand 04. Stagger Lee 05. I Let Love In 06. From Her To Eternity 07. Where The Wild Roses Grow 08. The Mercy Seat 09. The Weeping Song 10. The Ship Song 11. Into My Arms Website: Official HERE . Comments: In 1990, the band collectively eliminated hard drugs from

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Paris, France - 1998

This is Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds performing live for the Black Session, a radio show broadcast on France Inter (French radio station) on this occasion recorded at Le Reservoir, Paris, France, back on the 19th May 1998, with a studio/location audience. Source: Live 'Black Session' recorded for France Inter in Paris, re-broadcast on the 30th May 2006. Sound Quality: Very good FM stereo @192kbps mp3. Genre: Alternative rock, post-punk, roots rock, and above all, Nick Cave with one of the best bands to surface in Australia. Set: This is the full Le Reservoir live session. Set List: 01 Lime Tree Arbour 02 Let Love In 03 Stranger Than Kindness 04 Red Right Hand 05 Nobody's Baby Now 06 Do You Love Me (Pt 1) 07 Into My Arms 08 The Ship Song 09 The Mercy Seat 10 Brompton Oratory (Encore). Links: Official My Space site HERE . Comments: This is very good audio quality, that demonstrates just how good Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds are live. I have collected most of their relea