180-gram vinyl reissue
Henry's Dream is the seventh album released by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, in April 1992. This album remains a big favorite amongst Bad Seeds fans, although Nick Cave himself was reportedly unhappy with the production by David Briggs. Briggs preferred a "live-in-the-studio" method he had used with Neil Young. This led to Cave and Mick Harvey re-mixing the album, and ultimately to the Live Seeds recordings, as Cave wanted the songs "done justice."
It was the first album to feature long-standing members Martyn P. Casey (bass) and Conway Savage (piano, organ). The latter is a singer-songwriter in his own right and has contributed distinctive backing vocals to a handful of Bad Seeds songs; here he and Cave deliver a rousing duet in the chorus of "When I First Came to Town."
The album features the tracks "Straight to You" and "I Had a Dream, Joe." The album reached No. 41 on the U.K. album charts upon the original 1992 release. This title is included in wave three in the series of reissues of out of print Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds LPs reissued in 2015.
Source: Acoustic Sounds