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Kate Bush - The Sensual World (An Interview With Roger Scott) download mp3

Kate Bush - The Sensual World (An Interview With Roger Scott) download mp3
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The Sensual World (An Interview With Roger Scott)
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Spoken Word, Interview
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1947 mb
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Cassette in plastic clear case with card insert containing an approximate 1 hour interview (first aired 14 October 1989) with British broadcaster, Roger Scott.

The Sensual World is the sixth studio album by the English singer-songwriter Kate Bush. It was released in October 1989 and peaked at no. 2 on the UK Albums Chart. It has been certified Platinum by the BPI for sales of 300,000 in the UK, and Gold by the RIAA in the US. Bush drew inspiration for the title track from the novel Ulysses by James Joyce. Bush realised that Molly Bloom's soliloquy, the closing passage of the novel, fit the music she had created

Kate Bush – Lionheart {German Audiophile 180g Pressing} 24 bit/96 kHz Posted by AlfredoCatalani @ March 27th, 2012 Kate Bush – Lionheart – 1978 Vinyl rip in 24 bit & 96 kHz 1 LP no cue & log HQ Artwork 786 MB Pop-Rock German Audiophile 180g Pressing ATR Mastercut ATR 008 HotFile Many thanks to the friend, that wants to remain anonymous, for this. Director’s Cut was recorded using analogue equipment. Bush stated in an interview for BBC radio that she never liked the hard-edged sound of the digitally recorded The Red Shoes and feels both the new recordings of the songs from this album and the re-mastered The Red Shoes have a warmer, fuller sound.

Kate Bush Sensual World Interview with Roger Scott Canadian Promo Cassette Tape. All in all, this is dark-toned, autumnal, beautiful album with a lot of passion and light that only Kate Bush can create. She has never been that 'safe' to make an album where everything pleases anyone and I truly forgive couple of duller songs.

The Deeply Sensual World of Kate Bush. I could watch this video every day for the rest of my life. The only disappointment about it is it's length as there are other songs on the album I would love to see her video interpretations of. Though short, (3 songs with extracts from an interview with Kate), it is engrossing and extremely moving throughout. Love and anger recalls Kates earlier stage presence and the movement (dance) which is so much a part of all of her creations.

An enchanting songstress, Kate Bush reflects the most heavenly views of love on the aptly titled The Sensual World. The follow-up to Hounds of Love features Bush unafraid to be a temptress, vocally and lyrically. She's a romantic, frolicking over lust and love, but also a lover of life and its spirituality. The album's title track exudes the most sensually abrasive side of Bush, but she is also one to remain emotionally intact with her heart and head. The majority of The Sensual World beams with a carefree spirit of strength and independence.

Never did Kate Bush sound more grounded, more in control of her songwriting than on her sixth album from 1989, featuring stories that play out like intimate vignettes rather than fantastical fairy tales. The Sensual World is not a work of po-faced realism or post-Neverland dowdiness. Bush sings about falling in love with a computer, dressing up as a firework, and dancing with a dictator. She’s still in thrall to love, lust, loneliness, passion, pain, and pleasure.

Kate Bush (born Catherine Bush on 30 July 1958) is an English singer-songwriter, musician and record producer; sister of John Carder Bush. Artists shouldn't be made famous. You kno. hey're jus. s important a. m doctors, and priest. r maybe not as important sometimes, and yet they have this huge aura of almost god-like quality about them, just because their craft makes a lot of money.

Tracklist

A Untitled
B Untitled

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Capitol Records-EMI Of Canada Limited

Credits

  • Interviewer – Roger Scott

Notes

Cassette in plastic clear case with card insert containing an approximate 1 hour interview (first aired 14 October 1989) with British broadcaster, Roger Scott.