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Kate Bush - The Interview Full Album

  • Performer: Kate Bush
  • Genre: Sounds
  • Title: The Interview
  • Style: Interview
  • Label: Baktabak
  • Catalog: MBAK 6029
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 2726 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2394 mb
  • Rating: 4.0
  • Votes: 797

Tracklist

1Interview Part Two19:13
2Interview Part One21:01

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CBAK 4011Kate Bush Limited Edition Interview Picture Disc ‎(CD, Ltd, Unofficial)BaktabakCBAK 4011UKUnknown

Notes

Release in plastic case with insert.

[On insert]:
'Limited Edition Interview Album'.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 5 017744 350297

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tabak Marketing Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Tabak Marketing Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – Tabak Marketing Ltd.
  • Manufactured For – Baktabak

Album

The Interview Tapes - Kate Bush. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 1985 Kate Bush Interview, recorded inside her own studio. without the promotional videos, which are easy to find here . Next month, Kate Bush will release a brand new studio album, 50 Words for Snow. In our latest visit to the archives of Rock's Backpages the world's leading collection of vintage music journalism we reprint an interview by Danny Baker with the 'Sex Goddess of POP', as others called her, that first appeared in NME on 20 October 1979. Kate Bush and I are chatting about girls. Im telling her about my new favourite group Lets Eat Grandma, two 17-year-old girls from Norwich blessed with an exploratory interest in spooky, unusual music. They may not be the only ones, Kate suggests. I heard this thing where they were saying that young girls are very influential in how language is taken forward, she says. In a rare interview, the reclusive Wuthering Heights singer opens up about her nerves performing live and working with her son on the spectacular visuals for her 2014 shows, which are now commemorated on the live album Before The Dawn. Andy Gill. Thursday 24 November 2016 15:15. Kate Bush. The elusive art-rock originator on her time-traveling new LP, Director's Cut. by Ryan Dombal. Pitchfork: I read an old interview about how you had 200 songs going into the studio to record your first album, but at this point, it seems safe to say you're more interested in taking the time to get a handful of songs right. KB: It's just a completely different process now. When I was first writing, I used to sit at the piano and play songs- I'd write one or two a night. Kate Bush during the shooting of the video for And Dream of Sheep, a song that is part of her suite The Ninth Wave. Bush talks about 50 Words for Snow, her first album of brand new material for six years. She discusses her fears about the demise of the album as a format, and reveals that she is already working on new songs. The film My Week With Marilyn stars Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe and Kenneth Branagh as Laurence Olivier. It tells the story of Colin Clark's experiences working in a lowly position on the set of The Prince And The Showgirl, which disastrously paired Monroe and Olivier. Antonia Quirke gives her verdict. This week sees the publication of what's billed as Jack Kerouac. Kate Bush saw the future. Two decades before Lemonade, the British pop auteur wrote, directed, and starred in the first-ever visual album, 1993s The Line, The Cross, & The Curve. Long before anyone had ever swiped right, her late-80s song Deeper Understanding detailed the erotic pull of technology. Like todays most powerful stars, Bush has always rejected the idea that pop artists had to pander to the media. Her press engagements are few and far between, and for the last four decades shes chiefly communicated through dazzling self-directed music videos. In her most prolific period - from 78 to 86 - these rivalled the visual innovations of David Bowie and Prince. For the March 1994 issue of SPIN, we asked actress Laura Dern to interview Kate Bush. The two discussed Bushs 1993 album The Red Shoes, her directorial debut The Line, The Curve and The Cross, and the surprising similarities between the two artists creative processes. What do you say when someone has truly inspired you How do you express to an artist how deeply their work has affected you Well, for better or worse, I just had my opportunity. I wanted to ask Kate Bush every obvious fan question in the book. I wanted to let her know how much her work means to me. I wanted to ask the right qu. By Dimitri Ehrlich Photography Anton Corbijn. Published May 23, 2011. my desire was never to be famous. it was to try and create something interesting. Bushs most recent album, Directors Cut Fish PeopleEMI, offers reinterpretations of 11 of her previously released songs, with new vocal performances and instrumentation. Flower of The Mountain originally released under the title The Sensual World is typical of Bushs expansive musicality. A time-traveling ode to sensual surrender, the song draws on Arabic melodies to create a primal, ancient atmosphere