Wednesday, 21 March 2012

WEDNESDAY CLUB - Nick Cave - Brompton Oratory

MIDWEEK CRISIS the grass does'nt seem to grow, come to WEDNESDAY CLUB we have got Nick Cave, but be careful of his bad seeds

NICK CAVE - Brompton Oratory(Live)

'No God up in the sky,
No devil beneath the sea,
Could do the job that you did, baby,
Of bringing me to my knees'  

That's a pretty good breakup line in anyone's book. She's done the business, big time! on that poor fellow!,  


I can't really explain why I did not get into Nick Cave until quite later in his career, he has got all the dark ingredients which are right up my street. When I first heard this track, I was hooked, that was it, I had to catch up with all his back catalogue. I have remained with him ever since and will always get a new Cave album on its release.

I had a part time job that only lasted about a month. It was delivering Customers cars to and from  Heathrow Airport. The only good thing I can say about it was, that I had the experience of driving some superb  motors. I always remember driving a top of the range BMW which was my first encounter with an automatic car, it was a fabulous experience, the power, the smoothness. I switched on the radio and there it was, 'Bromton Oratory' by Nick Cave. I now always associate BMW's with Nick Cave. (music and associations again!)

It was a depressing  journey home in my 10 year old Nissan Sunny. 
Mines a Merc and I tip!
Check that keyboard out? its's like somthing out of Star Wars? (IV A New Hope!) 

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9 June 2012 at 09:08

That is most definitely a line! Missed this post first time round and I've only briefly touched upon Nick Cave's stuff, I just wouldn't know where to start. "dark ingredients", I like that. Yup BMW to Nissan Sunny, that's a serious come

9 June 2012 at 09:10

Oh, I saw Nick Cave at Starbucks in Heathrow T4, sharp suited he ordered a Skinny Macchiato with a chocolate fudge brownie.