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.

Sketches From the Book of the Dead [2011]
  • 1. October Boy (3:27)
  • 2. The Ballad of Jay Givens (5:08)
  • 3. Two Paintings (3:49)
  • 4. Rhymeless (3:14)
  • 5. Frankie T. & Frankie C. (4:04)
  • 6. A Place Called Passion (4:15)
  • 7. To Each His Own (2:14)
  • 8. The Bells Never Rang (4:04)
  • 9. That's All, Paul (3:11)
  • 10. How Would I Leave You? (4:32)
  • 11. Famous Last Words (2:36)