Mick Harvey- Demon Alcohol

Mick Harvey- Demon Alcohol

Mick Harvey Masterpiece.

Mick Harvey - Demon Alcohol

Mick Harvey - Demon Alcohol

Mick Harvey's Demon Alcohol from ''one man's treasure'' Drawing by Daniel Vicente Flores I just own the drawing not the song, the song is owned by Mick; hope you don't mind me sharing this, Mick.

Mick Harvey - Hank Williams Said It Best

Mick Harvey - Hank Williams Said It Best

Music video by Mick Harvey performing Hank Williams Said It Best.

Demon Alcohol

Demon Alcohol

Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group Demon Alcohol · Mick Harvey One Man's Treasure ℗ 2005 The copyright in this sound recording is owner by Mute Records Limited Composer: Savage Auto-generated by YouTube.

Mick Harvey - Initials B.B.

Mick Harvey - Initials B.B.

Taken from the reissued double CD collection of Mick Harvey's two Serge Gainsbourg albums, Intoxicated Man and Pink Elephants, released on Mute on 7 April 2014. You can pre-order it here: Double CD: smarturl.it/harveyman14 iTunes: smarturl.it/digiharveyman14 Intoxicated Man (1995) and Pink Elephants (1997) are Mick Harvey’s interpretations of the songs of legendary singer, songwriter and poet Serge Gainsbourg and are the first major works translating Gainsbourg’s infuential work from French to English. The double CD collection will include two unreleased tracks, Dr Jeckyll and Run From Happiness. The vocal parts originally sung by Gainsbourg’s muses Jane Birkin, Brigitte Bardot and daughter Charlotte Gainsbourg are here sung by long time collaborator Anita Lane – other guests on the albums include Nick Cave and David McClymont. Mick Harvey Website: www.mickharvey.com/ Mute: www.mute.com

Mick Harvey - Chatterton (Official Audio)

Mick Harvey - Chatterton (Official Audio)

Mick Harvey's reissued double CD collection of his two Serge Gainsbourg albums, Intoxicated Man and Pink Elephants, are now OUT on Mute. Get them here: Double CD: http://smarturl.it/harveyman14 iTunes: http://smarturl.it/digiharveyman14 Google Play: http://bit.ly/1ioCILu Intoxicated Man (1995) and Pink Elephants (1997) are Mick Harvey's interpretations of the songs of legendary singer, songwriter and poet Serge Gainsbourg and are the first major works translating Gainsbourg's infuential work from French to English. The double CD collection will include two unreleased tracks, Dr Jeckyll and Run From Happiness. Mick Harvey Website: http://www.mickharvey.com/ Mick Harvey Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mickharvey4ever

Mick Harvey / Anita Lane - Harley Davidson

Mick Harvey / Anita Lane - Harley Davidson

Taken from the reissued double CD collection of Mick Harvey's two Serge Gainsbourg albums, Intoxicated Man and Pink Elephants, released on Mute on 7 April 2014. You can pre-order it here: Double CD: smarturl.it/harveyman14 iTunes: smarturl.it/digiharveyman14 Intoxicated Man (1995) and Pink Elephants (1997) are Mick Harvey’s interpretations of the songs of legendary singer, songwriter and poet Serge Gainsbourg and are the first major works translating Gainsbourg’s infuential work from French to English. The double CD collection will include two unreleased tracks, Dr Jeckyll and Run From Happiness. The vocal parts originally sung by Gainsbourg’s muses Jane Birkin, Brigitte Bardot and daughter Charlotte Gainsbourg are here sung by long time collaborator Anita Lane – other guests on the albums include Nick Cave and David McClymont. Mick Harvey Website: www.mickharvey.com/ Mute: www.mute.com

Mick Harvey - Wild Hearts

Mick Harvey - Wild Hearts

Taken from the new Mick Harvey album 'FOUR (Acts Of Love)' - Out Now Exclusively signed by Mick Harvey edition - http://bit.ly/11eLNCg CD - http://smarturl.it/mhfouracts LP - http://smarturl.it/mhfouractslp iTunes - http://smarturl.it/mhfouractsitunes The album is Mick Harvey's sixth solo studio album, and follows 2011's Sketches from the Book of the Dead. Harvey, renowned for his career with The Birthday Party and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds is equally known for his soundtrack work (Chopper, To Have And To Hold, Australian Rules) and his production work (Anita Lane, Rowland S Howard and most recently PJ Harvey's Mercury Prize winning album, Let England Shake). FOUR (Acts of Love) is a contemplation on romantic love - it's loss, re-awakening, our ongoing struggles with it and its place in our universe. The album is a song cycle, divided into 3 Acts. The album features original compositions by Mick Harvey alongside a song by long time collaborator PJ Harvey ('Glorious') and interpretations of The Saints' 'The Story of Love', Van Morrison's 'The Way Young Lovers Do', Exuma's 'Summertime in New York' and Roy Orbison's 'Wild Hearts (Run Out of Time)'. Live Dates June 22 - Adelaide, Australia - The Wheatsheaf, Thebarton - http://bit.ly/11paGdt June 23 - Adelaide, Australia - The Wheatsheaf, Thebarton - http://bit.ly/104Ca7c June 27 - Sydney, Austrailia - The Camelot Lounge, Marrickville - http://bit.ly/11Od4Gj

☞ HiJinks ✩ Demon Alcohol (Ray Davies)

☞ HiJinks ✩ Demon Alcohol (Ray Davies)

Cover of the Kinks/Ray Davies Song ✩ Alcohol [Slowpoke, HiJinks, 1991]

The Song of Slurs Mick Harvey Anita Lane

The Song of Slurs Mick Harvey Anita Lane

The Song of Slurs Mick Harvey Anita Lane written by Serge Gainsborough................. You are vile, you are vague, you are vain. you are sick, you are sad, you're insane. chorus 1: Evelyn, don't say it. Evelyn, I pray to thee. Evelyn, you love me, don't you see? you are cruel, you are crass, you don't care. you are coy, you are cold, you're unfair. Evelyn, don't say it. Evelyn, I pray to thee. Evelyn, you love me, don't you see? you are far, you are false, you're a fink. you are frail, you are fey, you're a pig. Evelyn, don't say it. Evelyn, I pray to thee. Evelyn, you love me, don't you see? you are low, you are lost, too far gone. you are deaf, you are dumb, always wrong. chorus 2: Evelyn, don't say it. Evelyn, it's just not true. Evelyn, you see, you love me too. chorus 1 (repeat)

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