Nick Cave - God Is In The House (2001) rock | DVD Video | DVD9 | ISO, Cover | rel: 2003 | 140 min | 8200MB MPEG-2 Video, PAL 4:3 (720:576), 25.00fps 5730kbps | LPCM 2.0 48 Khz, DD 5.1, 448kbps
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds would have to rate as one of the all-time great line-ups of
musicians ever to grace the stages and stereos of the world, and thus its fitting that their first DVD be
suitably impressive. The main extravagance of "God Is In The House" is a concert recorded in Lyon, France on the 2001
"No More Shall We Part" tour. Featuring a Bad Seeds line up of Mick Harvey (guitars), Blixia Bargeld
(guitars), Conway Savage (piano), Jim Sclavonous (percussion), Warren Ellis (violin/organ), Tomas
Wylder (drums) and Martyn Casey (bass). This is a truly spectacular line up and they deliver a very
good concert. The curtain raiser, "Do You Love Me?", is very good, but the pace doesn't let up -
nearly every song is a highlight, except (oddly) the title track, which personally doesn't do anything
for me. Maybe other people get something out of it that I don't. The extras are very impressive as well. All three "No More..." videos are included - the very abstract
"As I Sat Sadly By Her Side", the incredibly hilarious "Fifteen Feet of Pure White Snow" and the
beautifully emotional "Love Letter", which brought tears to my eyes. A forty-minute film of the band
recording "No More Shall We Part" provides a great insight into the recording of an album (and the
bit in the middle featuring the recording of "The Sorrowful Wife" is brilliant). (Amazon)
Tracks: 1 - Do You Love Me? 2 - Oh My Lord 3 - Lime Tree Arbour 4 - Red Right Hand 5 - As I Sat Sadly By Her Side 6 - The Weeping Song 7 - God Is In The House 8 - We Came Along This Road 9 - Papa Won't Leave You, Henry 10 - Hallelujah 11 - The Mercy Seat 12 - Into My Arms 13 - Saint Huck 14 - The Curse Of Millhaven Live at "Le Transbordeur" Lyon, France, 8th June 2001
Documentary: * No More Shall We Part - directed by John Hillcoat
Promo videos: * As I Sat Sadly By Her Side - directed by John Hillcoat * Fifteen Feet Of Pure White Snow - directed by John Hillcoat * Love Letter - directed by Tony Mahony
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