Running Up That Hill: 50 Visions of Kate Bush

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Running Up That Hill: 50 Visions of Kate Bush

Running Up That Hill: 50 Visions of Kate Bush

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Bush’s singularity makes fans feel like members of the biggest secret society in music, though it’s one they now share with the Gen Z-ers who discovered her last spring, when the 1985 single Running Up That Hill was featured on the Netflix series Stranger Things.

I first saw and heard Kate during her appearance on Saturday Night Live in the late 1970s, and I pretty quickly fell in love, following her every musical move.For those thirsting to understand her this is perfect, getting into her music, personnel and instrumentation in a respectful, useful way. Running Up That Hill offers a range of new ways to appreciate the single-minded inspiration that it springs from.

She's also an amazingly creative talent with the innate ability to mesmerise you at one moment then repel you at the next. Kate Bush has long combined her unique musicianship, deft wordplay, dancing, directing, and an eclectic flair for innovation with a certain reticence for self-promotion.We're always happy to answer any questions or queries you might have, please get in touch using one of the methods below. Her father played classical compositions on the piano, and she listened to drinking songs and sea shanties as well as King Crimson and Pink Floyd. We learn about her forays into comedy and acting and her more mystical side as well as deep love of being a mother. I must admit that there are times where I’ve skipped radio channels over Kate Bush, and then there have been times where I positively kickstepped to Babooshka as though my life depended on it!

In 2005 Kate Bush announced a new album, almost twelve years after her last one, The Red Shoes, which sadly did not do as well as expected. If anything, the book only grew my affection for her, to the point where I'm now trying to work out what my Kate Bush tattoo will be.Media has not always been kind to Kate Bush because of her propensity to avoid the spotlight and not seek fame the way many other artists do. We take pride in offering a wide selection of used books, from classics to hidden gems, ensuring there is something for every literary palate. These short chapters touch on most of her career, from writing and recording through personal feelings and even song analysis. There’s a great section revisiting her Aerial album, which although nine years in the making was a real labour of love for Bush.

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