Bad Seed: The Biography of Nick Cave
A widely acclaimed biography of one of rock's most compelling, uncompromising and influential singer-songwriters, Ian Johnston's BAD SEED offers a superb overview of Nick Cave's career to date.
Through Cave's fronting of the incendiary bands The Birthday Party and The Bad Seeds, producing music of unfettered expression and explosive intensity, to his creative collaborations outside of the rock industry in film and literature, BAD SEED illustrates a life lived in barely controlled chaos: and unravels the motivation and unique appeal of a reluctant icon whose songs, according to the Rolling Stones, possess "the authority of the most primal kind of myth."
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - tlockney - LibraryThing
This book is an enjoyable read. But the writing is a bit stilted, mostly due to the author composing the book largely out of long, often multi-paragraph quotes interspersed with his own descriptions ... Read full review