Hounds of Love (2018
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You might consider Talking Heads's Remain in Light for a future column. Like Hounds it is a complex and multilayered classic. But a recent listen to Angelique Kidjo's magnificent reinterpretation shows (at least my copy of) the original to be muddled. It deserves the The Best.
Waking the Witch' is bloody amazing, I love the beginning dialogues, and the last minute and a half! This song is the core song of what her tour is based on! Engineer – Bill Somerville-Lange*, Brian Tench, Del Palmer, Haydn Bendall, James Guthrie, Nigel Walker, Paul Hardiman Engineer – Bill Somerville-Large, Brian Tench, Del Palmer, Haydn Bendall, James Guthrie, Nigel Walker, Paul HardimanThis pressing is good. I have many different vinyl copies of this album, including the AF and Fish People remaster. Several U.K. originals. Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, Runout, Side A, Etched, "2" in "2==" is in reverse): BG ￠ 2== 0190295593865-A BI42544-01 A2
I am a Lady Gaga fan, and our music tastes are very varied compare to some fanbases! I see Kate Bush in Lady Gaga a lot (not the other way round, obviously)...the theatrics, how certain songs are sung! Similar women, except one excels, and I'm not afraid to admit that as a Lady Gaga fan!!
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Another great article Josh and one of my longest favourite pop artists ever in Kate Bush, and her best album. In 1986, I bought Hounds as well as The Dreaming on the same day, "See the light, ram through the gaps in the land" very accurate Australian landscape in the early mornings through trees... anyway. Both CDs are made in Japan but featured only English booklets and covers. For those interested, I did compare several original vinyl rips to the 1985 CDs, and both formats seem to share the same Cooper mastering. God)" has become her first Top Forty single in the U.S. (in the U.K., Kate rules as Madonna does here), but it's not more melodic than some of the other songs ("And Dream of Sheep" could be a huge, if bizarre, hit for Barry Manilow), just less complex. Making full use of her four-octave soprano and brother Paddy's ethnomusicological abilities (he plays dijeridu, balalaika and fujare on the LP), the Mistress of Mysticism has woven another album that both dazzles and bores.