Kate Bush - Could She Really Walk On The Water? album FLAC
Don't Give Up" is a song written by English musician Peter Gabriel and recorded as a duet with Kate Bush for Gabriel's fifth solo studio album So (1986). The single version was released as the second single from the album in the UK in 1986 and as the fifth single in the United States in 1987. It spent eleven weeks in the UK Top 75 chart in 1986, peaking at #9.
Song written by Kate Bush. Originally released as the B-side of the single The Sensual World. Also included as a bonus track on the tape and CD versions of the album The Sensual World. The track was based on an old backing track, originally intended as a B-side. Kate quickly wrote the lyrics and recorded the synth overdubs and vocals in a single day, using the next day for final overdubs and mixing. Like 'The Fog', being scared because the water's deep, you could be drowned; but actually if you put your feet down the bottom's there and it's only waist high, so what's the problem? Just get on with it: that's what I'm trying to tell myself. It's about following either of two extremes, when you really want to plough this path straight down the middle. Rather than "WAAAARRRRGGGGHHHH": being thrown from one end of the spectrum to the other.
You could see why Bush chose to trail the Director’s Cut album, where she reinterpreted songs from her back catalogue, with Deeper Understanding – its lyric about the isolating effects of technology seems weirdly prescient for a song from the 80s. But it’s one instance where the original, replete with ethereal vocals by Trio Bulgarka (subsequently swamped by a guest appearance by Bush’s son, Bertie), is better. 26. The Man I Love (1994). Classic -do-this twist: it’s interpolated with traditional Macedonian music played on the uilleann pipes. 14. Babooshka (1980). As straightforwardly pop as Bush ever got, famed for a video that looks like a dream a Dungeons & Dragons-playing pervert once had, Babooshka is still irresistible: its howled chorus unshakeable, the sound of smashing glass presaging 80s sample-mania.
Kate will release remastered versions of her album catalogue on vinyl and CD in November. This is the first (and definitive) programme of remastering and includes the release of many rarities and cover versions on vinyl and CD for the first time. The vinyl albums – all Kate’s studio work – will be released in 4 separate boxes, the first two on November 16 and the latter two on November 30. The CD boxes will be staggered on the same dates. The live album ‘Before The Dawn’ is included in CD Box 2 in its original mastered form
Catherine Bush CBE (born 30 July 1958) is an English singer-songwriter and record producer. Bush came to notice in 1978 when, aged 19, she topped the UK Singles Chart for four weeks with her debut single "Wuthering Heights", becoming the first female artist to achieve a UK number one with a self-written song
There might be something at some point'. Kate Bush has spoken out about the potential of releasing a live DVD of her famed 2014 London shows from ‘Before The Dawn‘. Last week saw the release of Bush’s live album ‘Before The Dawn’, but fans are still eager for footage from the already legendary gigs – especially as she banned mobile phones, photos and filming at the shows. These were the ‘Wuthering Heights’ icon’s first live shows in 35 years. Now, it seems that official footage of the shows does exist – and may eventually see the light of day. It was filmed, Bush told Mojo
And she said, "Child Take what I say With a pinch of salt And protect yourself with fire". Gabriel before me Raphael behind me Michael to my right Uriel on my left side In the circle of fire. And this is my space. Who's on the left? Who's on the right? Gabriel before me Raphael behind me Michael to my right Uriel on my left side In the circle of fire. ne of those very rare people who are intelligent, intuitive and kind. I was really moved by Lily and impressed with her strength and knowledge, so it led to a song – which she thought was hilarious. Is the woman in the video the real Lily? Yes! In addition to this, starring in the music video was not Lily’s only on-screen appearance before her death.
|A3||She's Leaving Home|
|A4||The Long And Winding Road|
|A5||The Man With The Child In His Eyes|
|B1||Oh England My Lionheart|
|B3||Let It Be|