Mick Harvey

Mick Harvey

singer-songwriter, rock, australian, alternative, alternative rock

Michael John Harvey (born 29 August 1958 in Rochester, Victoria, Australia), is a rock musician, composer, arranger and record producer best known for his long collaboration with singer-songwriter Nick Cave. A multi-instrumentalist, Harvey plays guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, and drums. Born in rural Victoria, Harvey moved to the suburbs of Melbourne in his childhood. His father was a Church of England Vicar and the family lived adjacent to the church, first in Ormond then later Ashburton.

Four (Acts of Love) [2013]
  • 1. Praise the Earth (Wheels of Amber and Gold) (2:12)
  • 2. Glorious (3:28)
  • 3. Midnight on the Ramparts (2:16)
  • 4. Summertime in New York (3:15)
  • 5. Where There's Smoke (before) (1:26)
  • 6. God Made the Hammer (2:39)
  • 7. I Wish That I Were Stone (1:34)
  • 8. The Way Young Lovers Do (2:48)
  • 9. A Drop, An Ocean (1:14)
  • 10. The Story of Love (3:35)
  • 11. Where There's Smoke (after) (1:33)
  • 12. Wild Hearts (3:53)
  • 13. Fairy Dust (1:44)
  • 14. Praise the Earth (An Ephemeral Play) (4:08)