Kate Bush actually named this song Deal With God. Read the rest of this entry
In 1991, a tribute to Elton John and Bernie Taupin was released. Read the rest of this entry
In 1985, Kate Bush released the album The Hounds Of Love, which would peak in the album charts. One of the singles, Cloudbusting, was inspired by a book, A Book Of Dreams, which Kate Bush had read. The song tells the story of the writer, Peter Reich, who would go and make rain with his father, using a cloudbuster (as seen on the photo). It would chart at number 20 in the UK, and number 11 in the Netherlands. Enjoy
Kate Bush- Cloudbusting
I read the book Wuthering Heights in the last period of the past schoolyear (assignments are on the blog, too), and after I had my oral, I thought: well, let’s listen to the song by Kate Bush. And hearing the text, together with the music, send shivers down my spine. Why? I don’t know. It probably had to do with the understanding of the text (if you’ve read the book, you’ll understand what I mean) and the singing of Kate Bush. So for today, listen to:
Today it’s International Women’s Day. Well, I’m a man, so I want to give some attention to the women.
I will do this with the following list. It’s a list of female singers I find very good.
(It’s no hitlist: The order is not correct)
1. Kate Bush with Running Up That Hill.
2. Pat Benatar with Love Is A Battlefield.
3. Caro Emerald with Stuck.
4. Gloria Gaynor with I Will Survive.
5. 4 Non Blondes with What’s Up?
6. Anastacia with I’m Outta Love
7. Alanis Morissette with Hand In My Pocket.
8. Shakira with Whenever, Wherever
9. Nathalie Imbruglia with Torn
10. Kylie Minogue with Can’t Get You Out Of My Head
Have fun with these women and to all women in the world: Keep your head up!