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Date: Wed, 24 May 1995 13:20:51 -0400 (EDT)
From: Grade D but Edible <RKARR[at]-remove-npr.org>
Subject: Nick Cave
It is written:
> Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds also contributed to the Wenders film "Until the End
> of the World" (1993?). There song "(Love You) 'Til the End of the World" is
> one of the highpoints of a truly great soundtrack album, which also features
> songs by REM, Elvis Costello, Julie Cruise, Talking Heads, T-Bone Burnett,
> Crime and the City Solution (the band of other ex-Birthday Party members, I
> believe), and U2, to name just a few.
And (plug follows): Intensly intriguing Canadian art-popster Jane Siberry.
Something tells me that people who have a strong affinity to the John A.
Rivers-era JBC stuff (and the Max LP) would appreciate much of her stuff.
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