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Mick Harvey

Thursday 24th November / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

Mick Harvey is a revered figure in Australian music.

The man best-known for his work with The Bad Seeds and PJ Harvey has also been releasing translations of the songs of French singer-songwriter Serge Gainsbourg since the mid-nineties.

The latest is Delirium Tremens and there’s another on the way.

He dropped by Breakfast with Caitlin in between shows.

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