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I've found an obscure Russian FTP server with a few cool albums on it. I've downloaded The Boatman's Call, the 1997 album by Nick Cave. Haven't listened to it completely. But what I've heard, I like. "On The Boatman's Call the singer-songwriter finds room for the personal, the spiritual, and even the hopeful in his grey psyche. With only the sparest accompaniment--often just a piano or organ, light percussion, and violin (care of Dirty Three's Warren Ellis)--Cave employs traditional folk song structure and simplicity to weave tales saddened less through tragedy as through emptiness. [..] Where Gothic meets cathedral, there resides, for better or worse, our dark saint Nick."