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  1. Before the Poison, an Album by Marianne Faithfull. Released 28 September on Naïve (catalog no. NV; CD). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Alternative Rock.
  2. Before The Poison Marianne Faithfull Before The Poison ( Uk track Promotional Picture Cd Album Featuring Collaborations With Pj Harvey Damon Albarn & Nick Cave And Who Also Wrote T.
  3. Marianne Faithfull - Before The Poison ( - Full Album) Before The Poison ( - Full Album) Le Sémaphore; Desperanto, Marianne Faithfull by Liza Rodimtseva.
  4. Faithfull engaged a new generation of singer-songwriters on Before The Poison(Anti, ), mainly Polly Jean Harvey (The Mystery of Love) and Nick Cave (Desperanto). The double-disc Easy Come, Easy Go() was an elegant but pointless collection with covers ranging from ancient country and soul stars.
  5. Jul 04,  · Marianne Faithfull Discography Songs Discogs. It is astonishing to consider that marianne faithfull has been making music for over 50 years. from releasing hit single 'as tears go by' at the age of 16, her return with the broken english album, and classics such as strange weather, a secret life, before the poison, give my love to london, and now negative capability, as marianne continues .
  6. Before The Poison is yet another peak, as she collaborates with PJ Harvey, Nick Cave, and, Jon Brion. From the ethereal balladry of "There is a Ghost" (with Cave and the Bad Seeds), to the meaty guitar punches of Harvey's "My Friends Have," this album is a diverse set that's all tied together by the smoky resonance and phrasing of Faithfull's unmistakable voice/5(36).
  7. Jun 10,  · – Marianne Faithfull - Before the Poison The last two tracks differ greatly from the rest, both sounding like nothing else on the album. Nick Cave's "Desperanto" is a bizarre hybrid of guitar-based gangster funk, screaming rockabilly sax and a rabble shouting Jim Morrison lyrics, all topped off with a melody akin to Madonna's "Vogue.

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