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Oct. 13th, 2008 | 01:11 pm
posted by: doll_hospital in secret_side

  



Nico died 20 years ago and would be 70 this month. As mentioned in my last post John Cale organised a tribute night in London which took place at the weekend. I think it was professionally filmed so will look out for this. Apparently, Cale was also wearing go go boots as a tribute to Nico. (He so copied me!)


John Cale shares his memories of Nico and her music career on BBC Radio 4 at the weekend and this interview can be heard here 


Here is a photograph of James Dean Bradfield singing at the concert (Cale on keyboards):

Life Along the Borderline; a tribute to Nico

 
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kissintime

Nico

from: kissintime
date: Oct. 13th, 2008 08:57 pm (UTC)
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ooh i can't wait to listen!
any news of a setlist?

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Pick Me Up On Your Way Down

Nico

from: doll_hospital
date: Oct. 13th, 2008 08:59 pm (UTC)
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THE SHOW

Part 1

John Cale – Frozen Warnings
Pete Murphy – Mutterlein
Guillemots – My Heart Is Empty
Lisa Gerrard – The Falconer
Eleanor Friedberger – Evening Of Light
Liz Green – Ari's Song
Mark Linkous –You Forgot To Answer
Mark Lanegan – Roses In The Snow
James Dean Bradfield – Janitor Of Lunacy

Part 2

Lisa Gerrard – No One Is There
Pete Murphy – Abschied
Mark Linkous – Afraid
Guillemots – My Only Child
John Cale – Sixty/Forty
Mark Lanegan – Win A Few
Eleanor Friedberger – Fearfully In Danger
John Cale – Facing The Wind
John Cale – All That Is My Own

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kissintime

Nico

from: kissintime
date: Oct. 14th, 2008 03:36 am (UTC)
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Thankyou so much! What a fantastic setlist. It really makes me happy that the programme only covered Nico-penned songs and we didn't end up with 5 renditions of Femme Fatale.
I am a little disappointed that Julius Caesar wasn't included since all of the other Marble Index songs (bar Nibelungen) were, but I imagine that's a hard one - I don't think a live recording by Nico even exists!

I just love John Cale for doing this. It's a much-deserved tribute and very appropriately timed.

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