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Never For Ever

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kate Bush is a one in a million artist, and that is certainly a well earned title to have, i have always loved her since i heard Babooshka and Running Up That hill, therefore i decided that i will purchase each of her albums one by one. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. I have to admit, I'm totally biased towards Kate Bush, having every album she's produced on Vinyl, CD and MP3.

What he created firmly resonated with Bush’s inner world, echoing the artistic influences she held dear. The artwork exudes a dreamy and otherworldly quality, aligning seamlessly with the album’s thematic explorations and diverse musical journeys. Firstly; it had three pretty big hit Singles to its credit - two of which were her best ever in my opinion, and should really have given Kate Bush at least one Number One; 'Babooshka' and 'Breathing'. It was also the first album by a female British solo artist to top the UK Albums Chart and the first album by any female solo artist to enter the chart at number one.Not that keen on the Fish people logo (it's better than the earlier version though), but it's muted colour means it doesn't jar with the vinyl itself. not quite sure what people's dislike is with this pressing, mine sounds phenomenal and I got it used while in France.

Babooshka-a song that got me interested in this singer, the style is unique while also extremely thought provoking with it's unusual lyrics even with todays music it is strong and as exceptional as when i first heard it, a classic in many different ways as it shows kate's interest in literature and human nature taken to new heights.

overall Never For Ever is one of the mst epic albums Kate has done and one of my top 25 favorites, a must for everyone. Never for Ever was a pivotal album in Bush’s career, marking her transition into producing her own music, and the cover art reflects the album’s artistic innovation and emotional depth. Never for Ever is the only studio album by Bush up to Director's Cut (2011) not to have a title track. As a pioneer of theatrics and pyrotechnics, it comes as no surprise that the artwork for many of Kate Bush’s albums evoke that precise level of extraordinary: her debut album demonstrated this beautifully with its depiction of Bush holding onto a large dragon kite, gliding across a vast, all-seeing eye. The song links his name to those of several music stars who died in the previous decade— Minnie Riperton, Keith Moon, Sandy Denny, Sid Vicious, Marc Bolan—and one earlier icon, Buddy Holly.

My Granny was rather deaf, and so the only lyric she was able to pick up on was Kate singing the 'Out' from the lyrics: 'In - Out', but being deaf, inevitably sounded very much like a pointless 'Ouch' or needless shrieking/squealing to my Grandmother. Bush was keen to start producing her work and felt that this was the first album she was happy with, since it was more personal. It followed her "Tour of Life" in Europe to promote her previous albums "The Kick Inside" and "Lionheart". Bush’s artistic inspirations from horror literature and cinema were once again prominently featured on this album, with songs like ‘The Infant Kiss’, which tells the story of a governess who grapples with adult emotions for her young male charge, possessed by the spirit of an adult man.Bush’s 1980 release Never For Ever was also her third studio album and, remarkably, her first number one in the UK.

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