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    Kate Bush ~ 1993 ~ The Red Shoes
    genre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac tracks, covers)
    time: 55'28" size: 330 mb 
     
    The Red Shoes is the seventh studio album by the British musician Kate Bush. Released in November 1993, it was accompanied by Bush's short film, The Line, the Cross and the Curve, and was her last album before taking a 12-year hiatus. The album peaked in the UK album chart and has been certified Platinum by the BPI for over 300,000 copies sold. In the US, the album reached, her highest chart position there to date. The album has sold around 2 million copies worldwide.
     
    1. Rubberband Girl 4:42
    2. And So Is Love 4:16
    3. Eat the Music 5:08
    4. Moments of Pleasure 5:16
    5. The Song of Solomon 4:27
    6. Lily 3:51
    7. The Red Shoes 4:00
    8. Top of the City 4:14
    9. Constellation of the Heart 4:46
    10. Big Stripey Lie 3:32
    11. Why Should I Love You? 5:00
    12. You're the One 5:52
     
    Jeff Beck (Guitar)
    Gary Brooker (Hammond Organ)
    Kate Bush (Bass, Guitar, Piano, Arranger, Composer, Keyboards, vocals, Producer, Fender Rhodes)
    Paddy Bush (Vocals, Whistle (Human), Whistle (Instrument), Mandola, Valiha, singing bowls, Fujara flute, musical bow)
    Eric Clapton (Guitar)
    Ian Cooper (Mastering)
    Gaumont d'Oliver (Bass, Percussion, drums, Sound Effects)
    Stuart Elliott (Percussion, Drums)
    John Giblin (Bass)
    Lenny Henry (Vocals)
    Nigel Hitchcock (Baritone & Tenor Saxophones)
    Michael Kamen (Orchestration)
    Nigel Kennedy (Violin, Viola)
    Lily (Narrator)
    Danny McIntosh (Guitar)
    Charlie Morgan (Percussion)
    Prince (Bass, Guitar, Arranger, Keyboards, Vocals)
    J. Neil Sidwell (Trombone)
    Steve Sidwell (Trumpet, Flugelhorn)
    Paul Spong (Trumpet)
    Trio Bulgarka (Vocals)
    Colin Lloyd Tucker (Vocals)
    Justin Vali (Vocals, Valiha, Kabosy)
     
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    Kate Bush ~ 1990 ~ This Woman's Work part 2
    genre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: mp3 (192k, covers)
    time: 1:05'32" size: 92 mb 
     
    This Woman's Work is a boxed set compilation by the British singer Kate Bush. Released in 1990, it was released as a set of nine vinyl albums, or eight cassettes or eight CDs, and composed of her six studio albums to that point together with two bonus albums (three in the case of the LP edition) of B-sides, rarities and remixes. The box set was re-released, on CD only, in 1998 in different packaging.
    The two rarities discs are entitled This Woman's Work, Vol. 1 and This Woman's Work, Vol. 2 (in the vinyl edition the twenty-nine tracks are spread over three LP's). However, they have never been officially released as albums separately from the box set.
    Although publicised as a complete collection of Bush's works up to 1990, several tracks are actually missing from this collection, including: "Dreamtime" (the instrumental B-side of "The Dreaming" single), "Running Up That Hill (Instrumental Version)", "The Big Sky (Single Version)", "The Sensual World (Instrumental Version)" and "The Confrontation" from the "Love and Anger" single.
     
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    Kate Bush ~ 1990 ~ This Woman's Work part 1
    genre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: mp3 (192k,covers)
    time: 45'21" size: 63 mb 
     
    This Woman's Work is a boxed set compilation by the British singer Kate Bush. Released in 1990, it was released as a set of nine vinyl albums, or eight cassettes or eight CDs, and composed of her six studio albums to that point together with two bonus albums (three in the case of the LP edition) of B-sides, rarities and remixes. The box set was re-released, on CD only, in 1998 in different packaging.
    The two rarities discs are entitled This Woman's Work, Vol. 1 and This Woman's Work, Vol. 2 (in the vinyl edition the twenty-nine tracks are spread over three LP's). However, they have never been officially released as albums separately from the box set.
    Although publicised as a complete collection of Bush's works up to 1990, several tracks are actually missing from this collection, including: "Dreamtime" (the instrumental B-side of "The Dreaming" single), "Running Up That Hill (Instrumental Version)", "The Big Sky (Single Version)", "The Sensual World (Instrumental Version)" and "The Confrontation" from the "Love and Anger" single.
     
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    Kate Bush ~ 1989 ~ The Sensual World
    genre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: mp3 (192k, covers)
    time: 45'23" size: 63 mb 
     
    The Sensual World is the sixth studio album by the British singer Kate Bush. It was released in October 1989 and peaked in the UK album charts. It has been certified Platinum by the BPI for sales of 300,000 in the UK, although actual sales are estimated at 500,000, and Gold by the RIAA in the US. Worldwide sales are in excess of 2 million copies.
     
    1. The Sensual World 3:57
    2. Love and Anger 4:42
    3. The Fog 5:04
    4. Reaching Out 3:11
    5. Heads We're Dancing 5:17
    6. Deeper Understanding 4:46
    7. Between a Man and a Woman 3:29
    8. Never Be Mine 3:43
    9. Rocket's Tail 4:06
    10. This Woman's Work 3:32
    11. Walk Straight Down the Middle 3:48
     
    Views: 1019 | Date: 22.11.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (1)


    genre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(160k,covers,booklet)
    time: 47'14" size: 67 mb 

    Hounds of Love is a 1985 album by the British singer Kate Bush. It was Bush's fifth studio album, and her second . It has since been certified Double Platinum in the UK and has sold an estimated 3 million copies worldwide, making it her most successful studio album.
    In 2002, Q Magazine named Hounds of Love the third Greatest Album of All-Time by a Female Artist, and in 2000, the twentieth Greatest British Album of All Time.

    1. Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God) 5:03
    2. Hounds of Love 3:02
    3. The Big Sky 4:41
    4. Mother Stands for Comfort 3:07
    5. Cloudbusting 5:10
    6. And Dream of Sheep 2:45
    7. Under Ice 2:21
    8. Waking the Witch 4:18
    9. Watching You Without Me 4:06
    10. Jig of Life 4:04
    11. Hello Earth 6:13
    12. The Morning Fog 2:34

    Kate Bush (vocals, Fairlight CMI, piano)
    Stuart Elliott (drums)
    Del Palmer (bass, handclapping, backing vocals, Fairlight bass, Linn programming)
    Alan Murphy (guitar)
    Paddy Bush (violins, balalaika, backing vocals, didjeridu, harmonic vocals, fujara)
    Charlie Morgan (drums, handclapping)


    Views: 991 | Date: 22.11.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    genre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(160k,covers,booklet)
    time: 43'04" size: 61 mb 

    The Dreaming is the fourth album by the British singer Kate Bush. Following Bush's production assistance on Lionheart, and her co-production of Never for Ever with Jon Kelly, The Dreaming was the first album Bush produced on her own. The album peaked on the UK album chart and has been certified Silver by the BPI.

    1. Sat in Your Lap 3:29
    2. There Goes a Tenner 3:24
    3. Pull Out the Pin 5:26
    4. Suspended in Gaffa 3:54
    5. Leave It Open 3:20
    6. The Dreaming 4:41
    7. Night of the Swallow 5:22
    8. All the Love 4:29
    9. Houdini 3:48
    10. Get Out of My House 5:25

    Stewart Arnold (vocals, background vocals)
    Jimmy Bain (bass)
    Ian Bairnson (acoustic guitar, vocals, background vocals)
    Brian Bath (electric guitar)
    Kate Bush (piano, strings, arranger, keyboards, vocals, producer, fairlight)
    Paddy Bush (harmonica, mandolin, strings, stick, vocals, background vocals, bullroarer)
    Geoffrey Downes (trumpet, trumpet arrangement)
    Percy Edwards (sound effects, vocals)
    Stuart Elliott (percussion, drums, stick)
    Gordon Farrell (vocals)
    David Gilmour (vocals, background vocal)
    Preston Heyman (drums, stick)
    Gary Hurst (vocals, background vocals)
    Sean Keane (violin)
    Donal Lunny (Bouzouki, bouz)
    Alan Murphy (electric guitar)
    Liam O'Flynn (pipe, penny whistle, uilleann pipes)
    Del Palmer (bass, vocals, fretless bass)
    Esmail Sheikh (drums)
    Danny Thompson (bass)
    Richard Thornton (vocals, choir, chorus)
    Eberhard Weber (bass)
    Bill Whelan (horn arrangements, string arrangements)


    Views: 1902 | Date: 22.11.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    genre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(160k,covers,booklet)
    time: 37'12" size: 66 mb 

    Never for Ever is the third album by the British singer Kate Bush. Released in 1980, it was Bush's first album and was also the first ever album by a British female solo artist to top the UK album chart as well as being the first album by any female solo artist to enter the chart. It has since been certified Gold by the BPI. Bush co-produced the album with Jon Kelly.

    1. Babooshka 3:20
    2. Delius (Song of Summer) 2:51
    3. Blow Away (For Bill) 3:33
    4. All We Ever Look For 3:47
    5. Egypt 4:10
    6. The Wedding List 4:15
    7. Violin 3:15
    8. The Infant Kiss 2:50
    9. Night Scented Stock 0:51
    10. Army Dreamers 2:55
    11. Breathing 5:29

    Ian Bairnson (Guitar, Bass vocals)
    Brian Bath (Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Background Vocals)
    Andrew Bryant (Vocals, Background Vocals)
    Kevin Burke (Violin)
    Kate Bush (Piano, Arranger, Keyboards, Vocals, Producer, Harmony Vocals, Vocal Harmony, Fairlight CMI)
    Paddy Bush (Harmonica, Mandolin, Balalaika, Bass Vocals, Sitar, Vocals, Background Vocals, Koto, Banshee, Saw, Mando, Delius)
    Stuart Elliot (drums, Bodhran)
    Larry Fast (Keyboards, Prophet Synthesizer)
    Martyn Ford (Orchestra)
    John Giblin (Bass, Fretless Bass)
    Roy Harper (Vocals, Background Vocals)
    Preston Heyman (Percussion, Drums, Background Vocals)
    Gary Hurst (Vocals, Background Vocals)
    Duncan Mackay (Keyboards, Fairlight)
    Max Middleton (Keyboards, Moog synthesizer, Fender Rhodes, String Arrangements)
    Mike Moran (Keyboards, Prophet 5)
    Alan Murphy (Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Acoustic & Electric Bass)
    Del Palmer (Bass, Vocals, Fretless Bass)
    Morris Pert (Percussion, Timpani)
    Roland (Percussion)
    Adam Sceaping (Viol, String Arrangements)
    Jo Sceaping (Lironi, String Arrangements)
    Adam Skeaping (Viola)
    Joseph Skeaping (Lironi)

    Views: 979 | Date: 22.11.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Kate Bush ~ 1978 ~ The Kick Inside
    genre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape,cue, log, covers)
    time: 42'44" size: 2411 mb 
     
    The Kick Inside is the debut album by the British singer Kate Bush. It was released on 17 February 1978 and contains her UK number one hit, "Wuthering Heights". The album peaked at number three in the UK album charts and has been certified Platinum by the British Phonographic Industry. The production included efforts by several progressive rock veterans, including Duncan Mackay, Ian Bairnson, David Paton, Andrew Powell, and Stuart Elliott (drummer) of The Alan Parsons Project, and David Gilmour of Pink Floyd.
     
    1. Moving 3:01
    2. The Saxophone Song 3:51
    3. Strange Phenomena 2:57
    4. Kite 2:56
    5. The Man with the Child in His Eyes 2:39
    6. Wuthering Heights 4:28
    7. James and the Cold Gun 3:34
    8. Feel It 3:02
    9. Oh to Be in Love 3:18
    10. L'Amour Looks Something Like You 2:27
    11. Them Heavy People 3:04
    12. Room for the Life 4:03
    13. The Kick Inside 3:30
     
    Kate Bush (Piano, Composer, Keyboards, Vocals, Background Vocals)
    Ian Bairnson (Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals, Bottle)
    Paddy Bush (Harmonica, Mandolin, Vocals)
    Barry DeSouza (Drums)
    Stuart Elliott (Drums)
    David Katz (Violin, Orchestra Contractor)
    Paul Keogh (Guitar)
    Bruce Lynch (Bass)
    Duncan Mackay (Organ, Synthesizer, Keyboards, Electric Piano, Clavinet)
    Alan Parker (Guitar)
    David Paton (Bass, Background Vocals)
    Morris Pert (Percussion)
    Andrew Powell (Synthesizer, Keyboards, Electric Piano, Producer)
    Alan Skidmore (Saxophone)
     
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    Kate Bush ~ 1978 ~ Lionheart
    genre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (wv,cue, log, scans)
    time: 36'55" size: 234 mb 
     
    Lionheart is the second album by the British singer Kate Bush. It was released in late 1978, just nine months after Bush's successful debut album The Kick Inside. Lionheart reached no.6 on the UK album chart (her only album not to make the top 5) and has been certified Platinum by the BPI.
    The first single taken from the album, "Hammer Horror", missed the UK Top 40. However, the follow-up single, "Wow", was released on the back of Bush's UK tour and became a UK Top 20 hit. The song (and its video) became the target of parodies by impressionist Faith Brown, and comedienne Pamela Stephenson.
     
    Views: 1648 | Date: 22.11.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


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