"Iain [Forsyth] and Jane [Pollard] have a distorted perspective on my performances as far as I'm concerned. And fans are much more generous with the way that they see things. There were other songs that they were saying, 'I've gotta use this, I've gotta use this'.
And I'm like, 'No, we're not going to use that'."There's something about 'Jubilee Street' - it's at the beginning of the gig actually, and there's a restraint about it.
She told the writer/director, "I can tell you that few men have really been very influential in my career, but he's one of them." She added, "When (former boyfriend) Michael Hutchence said to me, 'My friend Nick wants to do a record with you....' Maybe we were on holiday somewhere.
I said to her, 'Well, he can call me at my mum's house'." But Cave recalled how quickly the song came together after his old friend said, "I don't know how many takes, but it was really fast." He revealed, "Two takes.
Legend has it." Dominik's full interview with Cave will appear in the new issue of Interview magazine.
And the musicians she'd use would be the musicians she'd normally use.
I think that would be quite good fun, because I don't really know how to write that sort of music, it might be fun to give that a go. "Was there any thought of having [ex-Bad Seed and founding member] Mick Harvey in the car? It's not so much now, but at the time of making the film the waters were too muddy for us to even know I think how we would respond to each other effectively."The film was made not that long after he left really. So I think it would have felt inappropriate to have him in the car at this point."Miley Cyrus gets a namecheck on the record.
"Well, it would have been her, because Hannah Montana rhymes with savannah.
That might sound flippant but actually it's tiny things like that that propel the writing process along.That you're just not as mentally equipped as you were when you were younger."That goes back to things like memory. That idea that you don't have a present that's worth writing songs about, all you have is a past.I think there's definitely traps for people who grow older. I don't believe that."As long as I feel personally that I have a present then I don't see any reason why I would need to stop. Right, they're like, 'Okay, okay'."They set up this faux Freudian psychoanalyst's office. He was asking me stuff that no-one ever asks me, no-one has the authority or the right to really ask me, and he didn't give a f**k about that sort of thing."He was an extremely clever guy. So I went into that like many of the things in this film with, 'If it doesn't work, I'm not f**king having it in the film'. We sat down like this and he just ploughed in."Actually, I've sat in this situation many times with someone interviewing me, and I really enjoyed it."I think it's on the internet actually, someone said."Would you ever publish it officially and put it out there? "I don't see that there's any reason why you just can't keep writing stuff.