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2014 3 Nov

20,000 Days On Earth

von: Manafonistas Filed under: Blog | TB | 1 Comment



„I love the feeling of a song before you understand it. When we’re all playing deep inside the moment, the song feels wild and unbroken. Soon it  will become domesticated, and we will drag it back to something familiar and compliant, and we’ll put it in the stable with all the other songs. But there is a moment when the song is still in charge, and you’re just clinging on for dear life, and you’re hoping you don’t fall off and break your neck or something. It is that fleeting moment that we chase in the studio.“ (Nick Cave)  

– from:  „20,000 Days On Earth“ (out now on DVD and BluRay)


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  1. Michael Engelbrecht:

    Das Kunststück, eine Dokumentation über einen Künstler abzuliefern, ohne falsche Stilisierungen. Dazu sehr ungwöhnlich inszeniert. Nicht so ein Mist wie Martin Scorseses Rolling Stones-Denkmalspflege.

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