History Music / KateBush

28th Jul '16 9:22:34 AM gewunomox
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-->-- '''[[http://www.philipsandifer.com/blog/waking-the-witch/ Jack Graham]]'''

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-->-- '''[[http://www.philipsandifer.eruditorumpress.com/blog/waking-the-witch/ Jack Graham]]'''
27th Jul '16 8:05:46 PM gewunomox
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In 1985, her most famous album ''Hounds of Love'' was released. It was quite a revolutionary album. It made her famous in America, and it is considered one of the best albums released by a solo female artist. Its lead single "Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)" was deservedly a major worldwide hit. The album was ahead of its time, and is still influential. The next year, she released her GreatestHitsAlbum ''The Whole Story'', which is her best-selling album. She also sang "Don't Give Up" on Music/PeterGabriel's album ''Music/{{So}}'' (1986).

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In 1985, her most famous album ''Hounds of Love'' was released. It was quite a revolutionary album. It made her famous in America, and it is considered one of the best albums released by a solo female artist. Its lead single "Running Up That Hill (A Deal With with God)" was deservedly a major worldwide hit. The album was ahead of its time, and is still influential. The next year, she released her GreatestHitsAlbum ''The Whole Story'', which is her best-selling album. She also sang "Don't Give Up" on Music/PeterGabriel's album ''Music/{{So}}'' (1986).



Kate remains one of the most influential female artists ever. If JoniMitchell paved the way for female musicians, then Kate paved the way for ''eccentric'' female musicians. Kate has since passed the torch on to people like Music/ToriAmos and Music/{{Bjork}}, ensuring that the world will always have creative, eccentric music and musicians. In 2002, her songwriting ability was recognised with an Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music.

In 2014, she announced she would be doing her first live shows since 1979 with a run of performances at the Hammersmith Apollo in London. The twenty-two concerts, entitled ''Before The Dawn'', sold-out in minutes of being made available to the public, and were critically acclaimed.

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Kate remains one of the most influential female artists ever. If JoniMitchell Music/JoniMitchell paved the way for female musicians, then Kate paved the way for ''eccentric'' female musicians. Kate has since passed the torch on to people like Music/ToriAmos and Music/{{Bjork}}, ensuring that the world will always have creative, eccentric music and musicians. In 2002, her songwriting ability was recognised with an Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music.

In 2014, she announced she would be doing her first live shows since 1979 with a run of performances at the Hammersmith Apollo in London. The twenty-two concerts, entitled ''Before The Dawn'', sold-out in minutes of being made available to the public, and were critically acclaimed. \n



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28th May '16 3:03:54 PM emeriin
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** While she did sometimes use sexuality, [[http://gaffa.org/reaching/i89_gu.html according to this article]] she felt really uncomfortable at being objectified too early, and it was only at ''The Sensual World'' that she felt like she could be sexual on her own terms.
28th May '16 9:47:04 AM emeriin
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* DeadpanSnarker: For all her eccentricity, she'll politely snark in interviews occasionally, especially when the hosts ask her about being a sex symbol.
25th May '16 9:07:37 PM HypnoticMeerkat
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* MileHighClub - From the song "Do Bears" by Creator/RowanAtkinson and KateBush (originally performed at ''UsefulNotes/ComicRelief 1986'' and later included on one of the ''NotTheNineOClockNews'' albums):

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* MileHighClub - From the song "Do Bears" by Creator/RowanAtkinson and KateBush Kate Bush (originally performed at ''UsefulNotes/ComicRelief 1986'' and later included on one of the ''NotTheNineOClockNews'' albums):
14th May '16 1:09:32 PM nombretomado
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Kate Bush, [[KnightFever CBE]] is one of the most unique musicians on the planet. Besides her eccentric music, she is known for her unforgettable voice. At first, it was high-pitched. [[VocalEvolution Her voice got deeper (and arguably better) over the years]]. Her music [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly cannot be shoehorned into one category.]] Usually, people just label her as "art rock" or "[[AlternativeRock alternative]]" and call it a day. She has touched many genres, including pop, electronic, jazz, flamenco, rock, waltz, Renaissance, and disco-funk. Her lyrics are another unique aspect of her music. They are often based on history, films and literature, such as her signature song "Literature/WutheringHeights", which was inspired by the 1970 film and the book.

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Kate Bush, [[KnightFever [[UsefulNotes/KnightFever CBE]] is one of the most unique musicians on the planet. Besides her eccentric music, she is known for her unforgettable voice. At first, it was high-pitched. [[VocalEvolution Her voice got deeper (and arguably better) over the years]]. Her music [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly cannot be shoehorned into one category.]] Usually, people just label her as "art rock" or "[[AlternativeRock alternative]]" and call it a day. She has touched many genres, including pop, electronic, jazz, flamenco, rock, waltz, Renaissance, and disco-funk. Her lyrics are another unique aspect of her music. They are often based on history, films and literature, such as her signature song "Literature/WutheringHeights", which was inspired by the 1970 film and the book.
26th Apr '16 12:09:30 AM aye_amber
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Kate remains one of the most influential female artists ever. If JoniMitchell paved the way for female musicians, then Kate paved the way for ''eccentric'' female musicians. Kate has since passed the torch on to people like Music/ToriAmos & {{Bjork}}, ensuring that the world will always have creative, eccentric music and musicians. In 2002, her songwriting ability was recognised with an Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music.

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Kate remains one of the most influential female artists ever. If JoniMitchell paved the way for female musicians, then Kate paved the way for ''eccentric'' female musicians. Kate has since passed the torch on to people like Music/ToriAmos & {{Bjork}}, and Music/{{Bjork}}, ensuring that the world will always have creative, eccentric music and musicians. In 2002, her songwriting ability was recognised with an Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music.
30th Jan '16 8:23:01 AM eroock
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'''Kate Bush''', [[KnightFever CBE]] is one of the most unique musicians on the planet. Besides her eccentric music, she is known for her unforgettable voice. At first, it was high-pitched. [[VocalEvolution Her voice got deeper (and arguably better) over the years]]. Her music [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly cannot be shoehorned into one category.]] Usually, people just label her as "art rock" or "[[AlternativeRock alternative]]" and call it a day. She has touched many genres, including pop, electronic, jazz, flamenco, rock, waltz, Renaissance, and disco-funk. Her lyrics are another unique aspect of her music. They are often based on history, films and literature, such as her signature song "Literature/WutheringHeights", which was inspired by the 1970 film and the book.

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'''Kate Bush''', Kate Bush, [[KnightFever CBE]] is one of the most unique musicians on the planet. Besides her eccentric music, she is known for her unforgettable voice. At first, it was high-pitched. [[VocalEvolution Her voice got deeper (and arguably better) over the years]]. Her music [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly cannot be shoehorned into one category.]] Usually, people just label her as "art rock" or "[[AlternativeRock alternative]]" and call it a day. She has touched many genres, including pop, electronic, jazz, flamenco, rock, waltz, Renaissance, and disco-funk. Her lyrics are another unique aspect of her music. They are often based on history, films and literature, such as her signature song "Literature/WutheringHeights", which was inspired by the 1970 film and the book.
30th Jan '16 8:21:50 AM eroock
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* ElvisLives: "King of the Mountain" thematized the rumors around Elvis being alive, the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8xk_AkeP5c music video]] has headlines like "Sightings of Elvis in Yeti Colony" on {{Spinning Paper}}s.
30th Jan '16 8:15:51 AM eroock
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->''"I think quotes are very dangerous things."''
-->-- '''Kate Bush'''



-->--'''[[http://www.philipsandifer.com/blog/waking-the-witch/ Jack Graham]]'''

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