Kate Bush

May 16, 2011 by Post Team 

Kate BushKate Bush, From ghost-pop Kate Bush naive, first danced their way onto the music scene with 1978′s Wuthering Heights, which seemed both a seminal and thoroughly British company afloat in her own world of dreams.

Even now, the promise of a new album countless hearts of music fans’ flutter. Director’s Cut While not strictly new material, revealing a bright, fresh approach, like the songs back to work at Bush of sixth and seventh albums, The Sensual World (1989) and The Red Shoes (1993).

Opening number Flor De La Montana restores track The Sensual World is the title under the original concept of Bush – The text of the closing song of the legendary monologue Molly Bloom in James Joyce’s Ulysses.

Literary mix of the sensual world of fantasies inspired film The Red Shoes, “which are not improvements in both previous versions of life attractive alternative.

The pop of the 1990 Florida and The Red Shoes Rubberband Girl is stripped to the vigorous folk, while understanding the deepest love scary right audio equipment, and labor supply the emotions of this woman and moments of pleasure are much greater.

The Director’s Cut, Bush has created an album style “remix” (with guests such as Danny Thompson, Eric Clapton, Mica Paris) laced with heart-racing action. Arwa Haider

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