Iglesia de San José Obrero (Burgos)

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La iglesia parroquial de San José Obrero es un templo católico de la ciudad de Burgos (Castilla y León, España).

Está situada en la calle San Pedro de Cardeña, teniendo detrás el colegio Nuestra Señora de la Merced y San Francisco Javier (levantado en el solar donde estuvo antes el antiguo Seminario de Misiones).

El templo se construyó a mediados del siglo XX y, desde 1950 hasta 1972 how to make homemade meat tenderizer, fue capilla del Seminario de Misiones (que había sido creado en 1920 por el arzobispo Juan Bautista Benlloch)

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.​ Desaparecido el seminario, la iglesia pasó a manos de los jesuitas y después del Ayuntamiento de Burgos, quedando finalmente bajo la responsabilidad del Arzobispado.

La parroquia cuenta con una capilla de adoración perpetua (la única en la diócesis de Burgos)​ y un albergue para peregrinos del Camino de Santiago.​

Es la sede de la Cofradía de El Descendimiento, que procesiona el paso de su nombre, obra de Juan González Moreno.​

Tower Hamlets London Borough Council election, 1968

Elections to Tower Hamlets London Borough Council were held on 9 May 1968. The whole council was up for election. Turnout was 14.3%.

Until 1978, each London council had aldermen, in the ratio of one aldermen to six councillors. Tower Hamlets had ten aldermen. Following the elections, Tower Hamlets elected five aldermen, who served until 1974. The remaining five aldermen had been elected in 1964 and would serve until 1971. All aldermen on Tower Hamlets were Labour.

London Borough Council Elections 9 May 1968. London: Research and Intelligence unit, Greater London Council. 1968. 

Костицын, Владимир Ильич

2 июля 1945(1945-07-02) д. Костиченки, Фалёнский район, Кировская область

 СССР
 Россия

геология, геофизика

Пермский университет

доктор технических наук

профессор

Пермский университет

А. К. Маловичко

Влади́мир Ильи́ч Кости́цын (род. 2 июля 1945, д. Костиченки, Фалёнский район, Кировская область) — российский учёный-геофизик

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В 1968 году закончил геологический факультет Пермского университета.

1968–1975 годы — ассистент кафедры геофизики геологического факультета ПГУ.

В 1975 году защитил кандидатскую диссертацию в Пермском государственном университете с присуждением учёной степени кандидат геолого-минералогических наук. Научный руководитель: доктор технических наук, профессор, заслуженный деятель науки и техники РСФСР А. К. Маловичко.

1976–1979 годы — старший преподаватель кафедры геофизики геологического факультета ПГУ.

1977–1982 годы — заместитель декана геологического факультета по учебной работе ПГУ.

1983–1992 годы — проректор по вечернему и заочному обучению ПГУ.

1992 год — защитил докторскую диссертацию в Государственной академии нефти и газа имени И. М. Губкина (г. Москва); ему присуждена степень доктора технических наук.

1993 год — получил научное звание профессор football shirts wholesale.

1992–2002 годы — первый проректор, проректор по учебной работе ПГУ.

1995 год — по настоящее время — заведующий кафедрой геофизики Пермского университета.

В. И. Костицын неоднократно удостаивался помещения на Доску почёта Пермского университета, а также на доску почёта геологического факультета Пермского университета.

В. И. Костицын — лидер научного направления «Геофизические технологии при поисках и разработке месторождений нефти, калийно-магниевых солей и оценке их техногенного воздействия».

Общее число публикаций: научные статьи — более 200, монографии — 6, учебники (с грифом Минобразования РФ и УМО классических университетов) — 2.

Лукашевич, Татьяна Николаевна

Татьяна Николаевна Лукашевич

21 ноября 1905(1905-11-21)

Екатеринослав, Украина, Российская империя

2 марта 1972(1972-03-02) (66 лет)

Москва, СССР

 СССР

1927 — 1964

ID 0525544

Татьяна Николаевна Лукашевич (21 ноября 1905, Екатеринослав — 2 марта 1972, Москва) — советский кинорежиссёр

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В 1927 году окончила режиссёрский факультет ГТК — Государственного техникума кинематографии (будущего ВГИКа). Работала ассистентом режиссёра в картинах «Одна из многих» А. Ходатаева и «Москва в Октябре» Бориса Барнета. В 1928 году дебютировала как режиссёр научно-популярного фильма «Война империалистической войне». В 1929 году на киностудии «Межрабпомфильм» поставила художественный фильм «Преступление Ивана Караваева» по собственному сценарию. С 1932 — режиссёр киностудии «Мосфильм».

Во время войны Татьяна Лукашевич работала на студии «Воентехфильм»

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, где поставила ряд документальных и научно-популярных фильмов. Как второй режиссёр участвовала в работе над картинами «Суд чести» и «Заговор обречённых».

Однако славу ей принесли художественные фильмы и фильмы-спектакли, поставленные самостоятельно: «Подкидыш», «Свадьба с приданым», «Аттестат зрелости», «Слепой музыкант» и другие. Большинство её лент посвящены детям или подросткам, только вступающим во взрослую жизнь.

Скончалась в 1972 году на 67-м году жизни, похоронена на Востряковском кладбище в Москве.

Преступление Ивана Караваева • Гаврош • Подкидыш • Учитель танцев • Свадьба с приданым • Аттестат зрелости • Крылья • Они встретились в пути • Заре навстречу • Слепой музыкант • Ход конём • Остров Колдун

Famille von Bellingshausen

La famille von Bellingshausen est une famille de la noblesse germano-balte dont les racines sont en Livonie (actuellement en Estonie). Son représentant le plus célèbre est l’explorateur Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen (1778-1852).

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. L’évêque luthérien d’Ösel, Magnus de Danemark (1540-1583) leur fait don du fief de Hoheneichen (aujourd’hui Lümanda). Ensuite la région appartient à la Suède. Johann Eberhard von Bellingshausen (1604-1655) devient major-général de l’armée royale suédoise, sous le règne de la reine Christine. Il reçoit pour ses services le domaine d’Anzen avec le manoir d’Uelzen (aujourd’hui Vaabina), situé en Livonie (aujourd’hui à Urvaste en Estonie), en 1639. Puis la région passe à la Russie après la Guerre du Nord.

Peter von Bellingshausen, de la ligne d’Ösel, est confirmé dans son titre de baron balte par le sénat de l’Empire russe en 1876. La branche livonienne, quant à elle, s’est éteinte en ligne masculine au XIX Posted in Uncategorized. Tagged , , , .

Biblioteca Antonio de Nebrija

La Biblioteca Antonio de Nebrija es la biblioteca de humanidades de la Universidad de Murcia, está situada en el Campus de la Merced. Fue creada en 1997, para gestionar la amplia colección de fondos de humanidades, dispersos en distintas unidades de la UM.

Fue inaugurada en octubre 1997, se creó con los fondos bibliográficos procedentes de la fusión de los fondos de humanidades de la antigua Biblioteca General, que estaba ubicada en el claustro, de la actual Facultad de Derecho,y todos los fondos bibliográficos de las bibliotecas departamentales de la Facultad de Letras, junto a los de la Biblioteca de Letras. La colección se mantiene con los presupuestos anuales para material bibliográfico procedentes de la Facultad de Letras.

El edificio del Colegio Mayor Cardenal Belluga, sede de la Biblioteca Antonio de Nebrija, funcionó como colegio mayor desde 1953 hasta principios de los 90.

En 1992 se inaugura el edificio Antonio de Nebrija para uso bibliotecario, en el que conviven varias dependencias de la BUM, hasta la creación de las Bibliotecas de Campus. En octubre de 1997 se inaugura la actual Biblioteca Antonio de Nebrija, con la fusión de fondos de humanidades, en el Campus de la Merced.

El edificio] cuenta con 3776 m², distribuidos en 12 Salas y una Mediateca. Los puestos de lectura son 745. Hay 9 CTG (Cabinas de Trabajo en Grupo) con 116 puestos en total.

La biblioteca cuenta con 235 938 ejemplares, además de 1019 libros anteriores a 1900 (ubicados en el Fondo Antiguo) y 15&nbsp

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Áreas temáticas

Geografía e Historia: Geografía. Arqueología. Prehistoria. Historia de España. Historia de América

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Filologías: Filología Clásica (Latina y Griega). Filología Alemana. Filología Inglesa. Filología Francesa. Filología Hispánica. Filología Italiana. Otras Filologías Románicas (Gallega-Portuguesa, Catalana, Provenzal, etc.). Filología Árabe. Otras Filologías Semíticas (Hebreo, ladino, arameo, acadio, etc.). Filología Eslava (Ruso, etc.). Otras (Euskera, escandinavas, lenguas muertas)

Salas con placas dedicadas a nuestro Profesorado Emérito: “Sala Profesor José García López” (Fondos de Filología Griega). “Sala Profesora Francisca Moya del Baño” (Fondos de Filología Latina). “Sala José Perona. Maestro de Gramática” (Fondos de Lengua Española y Gramática histórica)

Grado en Geografía y Ordenación del Territorio. Grado en Historia. Grado en Historia del Arte. Grado en Lengua y Literatura Españolas. Grado en Filología Clásica. Grado en Estudios Ingleses. Grado en Estudios Franceses. Grado en Traducción e Interpretación (Inglés). Grado en Traducción e Interpretación (Francés).

Máster Universitario en Arqueología Aplicada, Gestión Profesional y Estrategias de Investigación en Patrimonio Arqueológico. Máster Universitario en Artes Escénicas. Máster Universitario en Estudios Lingüísticos Avanzados. Máster Universitario en Historia Social Comparada. Relaciones Familiares, Políticas y de Género en Europa y América Latina. Máster Universitario en Investigación y Gestión del Patrimonio Histórico-Artístico y Cultural. Máster Universitario en Lengua y Lingüística Inglesas: Orientación Investigadora y Aplicaciones Académicas Lint Remover. Máster Universitario en Literatura Comparada Europea. Máster Universitario en Traducción Editorial. Máster Universitario en Teología. Máster Universitario en Territorio y Paisaje: Instrumentos de Análisis y Gestión. Máster Universitario en Lingüística Teórica y Aplicada. Máster Universitario en Historia y Patrimonio Naval.

La Biblioteca está presente en las redes sociales y dispone de su propio blog

En: Boletín de la ANABAD, ISSN 0210-4164, Tomo 46, Nº 3-4, 1996 , págs. 187-196. Véase pp.191, 194-195.

Aparicio Fernández, M.C. : La biblioteca, “corazón” de la Universidad. – En: . Véase pp. 93-94

Sobre la Sede:

A B C. Nº. 12.357. Jueves 2.07.1953. Ed. Andalucía, pág. 14:

Álvarez, José María, (1942-): Los decorados del olvido / José María Álvarez.– Sevilla : Renacimiento, 2004. — 541 p..– (Biblioteca de la memoria ; 2). — ISBN 848472140X. Véase p. 306 y sucesivas

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New Pelion Hut

New Pelion Hut is the largest alpine hut in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park in the Central Highlands of Tasmania

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It was built in 2001

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. It sleeps up to 60 people, in six separate rooms, and has a large common area that can be divided in two by a roller door. It is heated by a small gas heater that runs for 45-minute intervals. New Pelion Hut is located approximately halfway along the Overland Track, approximately 100 m from the Douglas Creek, and is a popular base for several day walks. Even though the hut is relatively new, it suffers from condensation. It is recommended that some of the windows are to left ajar.

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New Pelion Hut is primarily accessed on foot. There is a helipad located next to the hut, however this is mainly used for maintenance and emergencies Fabric Shaver. There are three maintained walking tracks to access New Pelion Hut:

There are a number of mountains that can be accessed from New Pelion Hut. These include:

Heldburg Fortress

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. From it can be seen across the Thuringian border the sister-castle Veste Coburg, (also called the “Franconian crown”), once the residence of the Dukes of Coburg, now located in Bavaria.

At the beginning of the 14th Century the hilltop castle was owned by the Counts of Henneberg-Schleusingen and served as the administrative and judicial seat after the regional power center on Struphe castle (now in ruins Straufhain nearby Streufdorf) was abandoned. In 1374 the Veste Heldburg came into the possession of the Wettin family. Johann Friedrich the Middle had it reconstructed in 1560 by his court architect Nikolaus Gromann in the style of the Renaissance (it was originally called the “Neuer Bau”, but today is known as the “Französischer Bau”) and removed the ducal residence. Gromann’s important Renaissance buildings include in addition to the aforementioned “Französischer Bau”, the “Französisches Schloss” (now the “Duchess Anna Amalia Library”) in Weimar and the City Hall of Altenburg..

Duke Johann Casimir (Saxe-Coburg) used the castle as a hunting lodge for decades. On the occasion of his marriage (nuptials) with Margaret of Brunswick-Lüneburg in September 1599 numerous guests of the Duke stayed here Lint Remover, including beside the bride Princess Margaret of Brunswick-Lüneburg Margrave Georg Friedrich I (Brandenburg-Ansbach-Kulmbach), Duke Ernst II (Braunschweig-Lüneburg), Duke Wilhelm Kettler of Courland and Semigallians and Duke Johann Ernst (Sachsen-Eisenach), each with their entourage.

After several conquests and plundering during the Thirty Years’ War the castle was held in 1776 and re-attached residence of the Ernestine dukes of Saxe-Hildburghausen and finally in 1871 became the property of the ducal house of Meiningen. Duke Georg II.(Sachsen-Meiningen) were restored in 1874-1898 it extensively and lived in it from time to time in May 1877 with his third wife Helene Freifrau von Heldburg (Ellen Franz).

The castle is currently being renovated with the aim of setting up the Deutsches Burgenmuseum, which is planned to open in 2015. On September 8, 2016, the German castle museum was opened on the Veste Heldburg.

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Prenzlauer Berg

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Prenzlauer Berg è un quartiere (Ortsteil) di Berlino, appartenente al distretto (Bezirk) di Pankow.
Fino al 2001, Prenzlauer Berg costituiva un distretto indipendente.

Prenzlauer Berg si trova immediatamente a nord del centro cittadino. Procedendo da nord in senso orario, confina con i quartieri di Pankow, Weißensee, Fennpfuhl, Lichtenberg, Friedrichshain, Mitte e Gesundbrunnen.

Fino al XIX secolo, l’area di Prenzlauer Berg non era quasi per nulla costruita

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. I terreni, adibiti ad uso agricolo, erano attraversati da tre importanti strade radiali (le attuali Schönhauser Allee, Prenzlauer Allee e Greifswalder Straße).

Nel 1829 l’area fu incorporata nella città di Berlino. La posizione esterna alla cerchia muraria, tuttavia, ne permise solo uno sviluppo limitato. Caratteristici della zona erano i numerosi mulini a vento.

Nel 1862, a causa del grande incremento demografico, fu approvato un importante piano di ampliamento della città (piano Hobrecht). Prenzlauer Berg, immediatamente a nord delle mura cittadine, fu perciò densamente costruita.

Lo sviluppo edilizio fu concentrato fra il 1870 e il 1914, e caratterizzato dalle Mietskaserne (“caserme d’affitto”), edifici destinati alle classi proletarie o piccolo-borghesi, con densità molto alte e mancanza di verde, pubblico e privato. Anche alcuni complessi industriali (officine del gas, macello) si insediarono nel quartiere, lungo il percorso della Ringbahn (ferrovia circolare, aperta nel 1872).

Dopo la prima guerra mondiale si arrestò la costruzione di caserme d’affitto, sostituite da un’edilizia meno densa, di cui costituisce un esempio la Wohnstadt Carl Legien, costruita su progetto di Bruno Taut. Le zone già costruite non furono però modificate e mantengono ancora oggi l’immagine della fine ottocento.

Nel 1920, con la creazione della “Grande Berlino” (tramite annessione dei comuni limitrofi), Prenzlauer Berg assunse lo status di distretto (Bezirk), inizialmente con il nome di Prenzlauer Tor. Il nome attuale deriva da un’altura (Berg), posta nei pressi dell’antica porta di Prenzlau

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Durante la seconda guerra mondiale il quartiere

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Nel 1961 la costruzione del muro di Berlino separò Prenzlauer Berg dal quartiere confinante di Wedding (Gesundbrunnen). La costruzione, nei decenni successivi, di nuovi, grandi quartieri residenziali, consentì una rapida diminuzione della popolazione del quartiere, fino ad allora eccessivamente densa. Fu quindi possibile risanarne, con l’abbattimento dei corpi di fabbrica interni, l’allargamento delle corti, trasformate in spazi verdi o sociali. Anche la dotazione di servizi pubblici, fino ad allora insufficiente, fu molto incrementata.

Nel 1986 fu inaugurato, sull’area delle vecchie officine del gas, il complesso Ernst-Thälmann-Park, contenente un parco, il monumento a Ernst Thälmann, centri culturali, il planetario Zeiss, una piscina coperta ed edifici residenziali. Negli stessi anni, il quartiere divenne centro della scena alternativa di Berlino Est, ospitando molti oppositori (dai punk agli evangelici) al regime della RDT.

In occasione del 750º anniversario della fondazione della città (1987) furono restaurate le vie intorno a Kollwitzplatz. In particolare, sulla Husemannstraße venne ricostruito l’arredo urbano della fine ottocento, e ripristinati gli stucchi sulle facciate degli edifici.

Dalla riunificazione tedesca nel 1990, completati i lavori di risanamento del patrimonio edilizio, Prenzlauer Berg è diventato un punto di attrazione per giovani e artisti, con l’apertura di numerosi bar, ristoranti e attrezzature culturali

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È oggi uno dei quartieri più vitali della città, anche per l’alto numero di famiglie con bambini.

Vista del quartiere

Il Planetario Zeiss

La birreria Bötzow

Kastanienallee

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The band was founded after the demise of Cave and Harvey’s former group the Birthday Party, the members of which met at a boarding school in Victoria, Australia. Deviating from the noise rock roots of their contemporaries, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds have produced alternative rock that has been influenced by various genres, such as punk rock, gothic rock, no wave and blues. Their early material—From Her to Eternity (1984), The Firstborn Is Dead (1985), Your Funeral… My Trial (1986) and Tender Prey (1988)—primarily featured a post-punk sound. The band has progressively incorporated other songwriting elements; for example, the 2008 release Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! experimented with garage rock, also an influence of the side project Grinderman. Synthesizers and minimal guitar work feature prominently on Push the Sky Away (2013), recorded after the departure of Harvey in 2009.

The project that would later evolve into Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds began following the demise of The Birthday Party in August 1983. Both Cave and Harvey were members of the Birthday Party, along with guitarist Rowland S. Howard and bassist Tracy Pew. During the recording sessions of the Birthday Party’s scheduled EPs Mutiny/The Bad Seed, internal disputes developed in the band. The difference in Cave and Howard’s approach to songwriting was a major factor, as Cave explained in an interview with On The Street: “the main reason why The Birthday Party broke up was that the sort of songs that I was writing and the sort of songs that Rowland was writing were just totally at odds with each other.” Following the departure of Harvey, they officially disbanded. Cave also said that “it probably would have gone on longer, but Mick has the ability to judge things much more clearly than the rest of us.”

An embryonic version of what would later become Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds was formed in the Birthday Party’s then-home of London in September 1983, with Cave, Harvey (acting primarily as drummer), Einstürzende Neubauten guitarist Bargeld, Magazine bassist Barry Adamson, and Jim G. Thirlwell. The band was initially formed as a backing band for Cave’s intended solo project Man Or Myth?, which had been approved by the record label Mute Records. During September and October 1983, they recorded material with producer Flood, although the sessions were cut short due to Cave’s touring with the Immaculate Consumptive, another project formed with Thirlwell, Lydia Lunch and Marc Almond. In December 1983 Cave returned to Melbourne, Australia, where he formed a temporary line-up of his backing band, due to Bargeld’s absence, that included Pew and guitarist Hugo Race. The band performed their first live show at Seaview in St. Kilda on 31 December 1983.

Following a short Australian tour, and during a period when they were without management, Cave and his band returned to London. Cave, Harvey, Bargeld, Race and Adamson formed the project’s first consistent line-up, while Cave’s longtime girlfriend Anita Lane was credited as a lyricist on the band’s debut album.[citation needed] The group, which up to this time had been nameless, adopted the moniker Nick Cave and the Cavemen, which they used for the first six months of their career. However, they were later renamed Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds in May 1984, in reference to the final Birthday Party EP The Bad Seed.[citation needed] They began recording sessions for their debut album in March 1984 at London’s Trident Studios and these sessions, together with the abandoned Man Or Myth? sessions from September–October 1983 that were recorded at The Garden studios, formed the album From Her to Eternity, released on Mute Records in 1984.

After the departure of Race and Lane, the remaining members relocated to West Berlin, Germany, in 1985 and released a second album The Firstborn Is Dead. The album was heavily influenced by the gothic Americana of the American South and blues music, exemplified in songs such as “Tupelo” and “Blind Lemon Jefferson”, which reference the birth of Elvis Presley and Blind Lemon Jefferson respectively. Released the following year, the cover version album Kicking Against the Pricks explored such influences more directly with renditions of material by Johnny Cash, John Lee Hooker and Lead Belly. The 1986 album also marked the arrival of Swiss drummer Thomas Wydler, a member of Die Haut, and featured guest appearances from Race, Pew, and Birthday Party guitarist Howard, who had briefly toured with the Bad Seeds as a substitute member in 1985. Pew’s death from an epileptic seizure also occurred in 1986.

The band garnered an increased following due to a second 1986 album release, Your Funeral, My Trial, which coincided with Adamson’s departure.[citation needed] Tender Prey, the dark, brooding 1988 follow-up, saw the arrival of American guitarist Kid Congo Powers—Harvey made the transition to bass—and short-tenured German keyboardist Roland Wolf. The single “The Mercy Seat” chronicled an unrepentant prisoner on death row and further increased the group’s critical acclaim and commercial attention. The track later received the honor being covered by Cash on his 2000 album American III: Solitary Man. Despite the increasing level of success, the drug-related issues of band members became problematic. The documentary film The Road to God Knows Where, directed by Uli M Schueppel, depicts a five-week period of the United States leg of their 1989 tour.

Cave and his band-mates also pursued other creative ambitions around this time. In 1987, the Bad Seeds appeared in the Wim Wenders film Wings of Desire, and Cave was also featured in the 1988 film Ghosts… of the Civil Dead, which he and Race co-wrote. Cave’s first novel And the Ass Saw the Angel was published in 1989.

After a period of time in New York City, Cave relocated to São Paulo, Brazil, shortly after the final tour for Tender Prey and, after successfully finishing a drug rehabilitation programme, began experimenting with piano-driven ballads. The result of this post-rehabilitation period was 1990’s The Good Son. Featuring a sorrowful and longing tone, the album was well-received both critically and commercially, and yielded the singles “The Weeping Song” (featuring vocals from Bargeld) and “The Ship Song”.

Two established Australian musicians, Casey of the Triffids and solo artist and keyboardist Savage, replaced the departing Powers and Wolf. The addition of Casey on bass allowed Harvey to return to guitar. Their next record, 1992’s Henry’s Dream, marked a change towards a harder rock sound. Producer David Briggs, known for his work with Neil Young, was enlisted for the recording process. The tour for the album is documented on 1993’s live album Live Seeds and showcases the new group’s aggressive sound.

In mid-1993, the group returned once more to London and recorded Let Love In, the follow-up album. Let Love In expanded upon the fuller ensemble sound that was established in Henry’s Dream and featured contributions from Howard, Ellis, Tex Perkins (Beasts of Bourbon) and David McComb (The Triffids). Several popular songs, such as “Red Right Hand” (which featured in the Scream film series) and “Loverman” (later covered by Metallica), were drawn from the album. During the promotional tour for the album, American percussionist and drummer Jim Sclavunos joined the group.[citation needed]

In 1996 the band released Murder Ballads, their best-selling album to date.[citation needed] Lyrically centered on the subject of murderthe album includes a cover of the folk song “Henry Lee”—a duet with British rock singer PJ Harvey, with whom Cave had a brief relationship— and “Where the Wild Roses Grow”, a duet with Australian pop idol Kylie Minogue. The Minogue collaboration was a mainstream hit in the UK and Australia, and won three Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Awards, including Song of the Year. It was at this time that Ellis of the Dirty Three began regularly working with the band and eventually became Cave’s primary collaborator.

The sound of The Boatman’s Call, released in 1997, was a radical departure from the archetypal and violent narratives of the band’s past, featuring songs about relationships, loss, and longing, often with sparse arrangements. Cave revealed his mindset during the creation of the album in a 2008 interview: “When I was making half that record I was furious because certain things had happened in my love life that seriously pissed me off. And some of those songs came straight out of that. I don’t regret making it … the songs are of a moment when you felt a certain way. When … you just think, ‘Fuck – please!'” The album’s corresponding tour was later documented on the 2008 live album Live at the Royal Albert Hall. After the release of the album, Cave embarked on a brief hiatus, during which time he remarried.[citation needed]

Following Cave’s hiatus the band oversaw the release of Original Seeds, a compilation of material from other artists that influenced the group, as well as their own “best of” album The Best of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds. The proper follow-up to The Boatman’s Call was 2001’s No More Shall We Part. The record featured guest appearances by Kate & Anna McGarrigle and was generally well received in reviews: one critic hailed the album as an “entire album of deeply tragic and beautiful love songs without irony, sarcasm, or violent resolution”, while also stating that the work is at risk of devolving “into schmaltz”.

The band then released Nocturama in 2003. The album marked a return to band-oriented and collaborative arrangements, as previous releases involved a decreased level of input from Cave’s band-mates. Nocturama garnered mixed reviews, with critic Eric Carr stating that “in truth, it may still be the group’s best work since Let Love In, but it had the potential to be so much more”. Shortly after the album’s release, Bargeld left the band after 20 years to devote more time to Einstürzende Neubauten.

In 2004 the band released the acclaimed two-disc set Abattoir Blues / The Lyre of Orpheus, with Bargeld replaced by the English actor, guitarist and organist James Johnston, a member of Gallon Drunk and former guest member of the Bad Seeds from a Lollapalooza tour ten years prior (Johnston only played organs on the recordings, as Harvey contributed the guitar pieces). Conceived as two separate albums packaged together, the record featured a diversity of arrangement styles, including aggressive rock and choir-driven ballads. In 2005 the band released B-Sides & Rarities Vol 5, a three-volume, 56-song collection of B-sides

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, rarities and compilation tracks that was released on Mute Records in Europe, the US and the UK. The Abattoir Blues Tour, a two-CD, two-DVD box set with performances from the album’s promotional tour, was then released in 2007 in Europe and the US. The tour included guest backing vocalists Ase Bergstrom, Geo Onaymake, Eleanor Palmer and Wendi Rose.

Also in 2005, Cave completed work on his script for The Proposition, a western film set in 19th century Australia directed by John Hillcoat, who also directed and co-wrote Ghosts of the Civil Dead. Cave and Ellis collaborated on the film’s score, a partnership that would later also score the films The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007) and The Road (2009).

After operating for several years as a touring backing band for Cave’s solo work, Bad Seeds members Ellis, Sclavunos and Casey formed a new side-project Grinderman with Cave in 2006. The band, featuring Cave playing guitar for the first time, played garage rock-influenced music that still retained much of The Bad Seeds’ aura and released a self-titled debut album in 2007. In October 2007 Cave was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame and, in his acceptance speech, also inducted the members of The Bad Seeds and The Birthday Party, after explaining, “I cannot really accept this until we get a few things straight. What I can’t figure out is why I am up here and The Bad Seeds aren’t?”

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds released their 14th studio album Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! in 2008 and received a high level of critical acclaim.[citation needed] Inspired by the biblical story of the resurrection of Lazarus of Bethany by Jesus Christ, the album continued the punk and garage rock-inspired arrangements that were explored on the debut Grinderman album, resulting in what NME termed a “gothic psycho-sexual apocalypse”. The group then embarked on a North American and European tour is support of the album, with a seven-piece lineup that did not include Johnston, who had left the group after the album’s completion.

Cave and the band curated Australia’s first edition of the All Tomorrow’s Parties music festival that was held in various Australian locations during January 2009. On 22 January, after the festival’s completion, Harvey announced his departure from the band after 25 years, citing “a variety of personal and professional reasons”. Harvey concluded his public statement by stating, “I shall continue working on the Bad Seeds back catalogue re-issues project over the coming year and look forward to the new opportunities I shall be able to accommodate as a result of my changed circumstances.” Harvey’s departure was the end of a 36-year-long musical collaboration between Cave and Harvey, and Cave was left as the group’s only original member. The band enlisted guitarist Ed Kuepper, formerly of the Australian bands the Saints and the Laughing Clowns, as a touring member to complete the 2009 summer festival dates that were scheduled. Also in 2009, Cave published his second novel The Death of Bunny Munro, and Mute Records commenced work on a series of remastered versions of the Bad Seeds’ back catalogue (some of the remastered albums included documentary footage from Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard).

Following this string of activity, the Bad Seeds became dormant while Grinderman reactivated and released Grinderman 2 in 2011. The group also attracted further attention when their song “O Children” appeared in the 2010 film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1. In December 2011, Grinderman disbanded immediately following an Australian tour. Their final performance was at the Meredith Music Festival in rural Victoria.

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ 15th studio album Push the Sky Away was released in mid-February 2013. During the album’s recording, former member Barry Adamson rejoined the band as a bassist, then assumed a multi-instrumentalist (percussion, keyboards, vocals) role on subsequent tours. Kuepper briefly returned as the band’s touring guitarist, but was replaced by George Vjestica for the European leg of the tour; Vjestica’s 12-string guitar-playing was featured on several Push The Sky Away tracks.

Following the completion of the U.S. leg of the Push the Sky Away tour, Cave re-tooled the Bad Seeds into a smaller incarnation for late 2013 European dates, with Adamson on keyboards and percussion, joined by the rhythm section of Sclavunos and Casey, and with Ellis as the featured multi-instrumentalist. The quintet recorded Live from KCRW during the summer of 2013. For their 2014 U.S. Tour, Conway Savage and George Vjestica rejoined the band. The late 2014 Australian tour and announced 2015 European dates again feature the smaller quintet format, with Wydler returning from his health-related sabbatical to replace Sclavunos on drums and percussion. In May 2015, Toby Dammit replaced Adamson as a guest touring member; Adamson has not returned since, and Dammit did not participate in sessions for the subsequent album.

On 2 June 2016, the official Nick Cave website announced a documentary film titled One More Time With Feeling (directed by Andrew Dominik) which was screened on 8 September 2016. It accompanies the band’s 16th album titled Skeleton Tree (released 9 September 2016), from which no singles will be released.