No More Shall We Part (studio album) by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
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The best album by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds is The Boatman's Call which is ranked number 361 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 5,483.
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The LP has two extra tracks, only being found here? Anyway, this could be one way to reclaim the albums and increase their market share in this digital world. None of them could though match the originals quality.... but being ok.
So sublime you really feel the pain he must have been going thru an emotional time when he recorded this. The atmosphere is almost like being at a wake - as though something terrible happened but you still want to celebrate !
Another smashing Nick Cave album, his releases never fail to disappoint and No More Shall We Part is no exception .
a really beautiful album. This instrumental work is better than a lot of his other stuff. This also has a lot more passion and flow than his more acclaimed "Boatmans Call"
Nick is no pianoplayer he claims. He said he wasn't satisfied with his pianocontribution on this album. I'm loving the incomplete roughness of it. It's brilliant. And such lovely stories in a matching musical context. And Nick sings like never before.
Just another stunning record in a row by one of the greatest musicians of modern times
Listened to this for the first time, it left a huge impression. This album is just so wonderful, like a soundtrack to a dark fairytale. And I'm yet to pay greater attention to the lyrics. Piano and violin are truly extraordinary here.
I've never heard anything like this. I need to listen to more Nick Cave albums.
No more shall we part, is one of Nick Cave's best and most beautiful albums. It's a stunning record, the music intimate, but it still manages to sound huge, even cinematic. It features some of Cave's best ever writing. The playing is superb, and there are some lovely backing vocals from the Mcgarrigle sisters. Every song has something to say, musically as well as lyrically, with highlights including, oh my Lord, hallelujah,(not that one)and, love letter. In fact every song is a mini masterpiece, as the album itself also is. Superb.
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