Fans of Kate Bush this morning got another sneak peak at her forthcoming collection ‘Director’s Cut’ when the singer released a sample of a third track off the album, ‘Flower of the Mountain.’
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There’s less than a week left before that holiest of holy days for vinyl junkies: Record Store Day 2011, which, this year, will see special releases in the U.S. and the U.K. by R.E.M., The Smiths, New Order and Joy Division, Kate Bush, Sonic Youth and many more.
A week after revealing the tracklist to her forthcoming collection ‘Director’s Cut’ — featuring 10 retooled songs form 1989’s ‘The Sensual World’ and 1993’s ‘The Red Shoes’ — Kate Bush today dropped a sample of a second track off the album, ‘Lilly.’
Kate Bush returned to the studio to record all-new vocals for the 10 tracks off ‘The Sensual World’ and ‘The Red Shoes’ that comprise her forthcoming collection ‘Director’s Cut,’ the singer announced today, revealing both the set’s tracklist and its first single — a reworked ‘Deeper Understanding.’
The first tease of Kate Bush’s upcoming ‘Director’s Cut’ album — which revisits tracks from ‘The Sensual World’ and ‘The Red Shoes’ — has surfaced online: a 30-second sample of the new version of ‘Deeper Understanding’ that finds Bush’s incomparable vocals run through Auto-Tune on the chorus.
It’s been rumored that Kate Bush would be releasing a new album this year, and that’s sort of true: The singer this spring will issue ‘Director’s Cut,’ a collection that revisits tracks from 1989’s ‘The Sensual World’ and 1993’s ‘The Red Shoes,’ according to Mojo magazine.
Kate Bush is set to reissue four key albums — 1982’s ‘The Dreaming,’ 1985’s ‘Hounds of Love,’ 1989’s ‘The Sensual World’ and 1993’s ‘The Red Shoes’ — later this year as rumors continue to swirl that she plans to release brand-new material in 2011 as well.
Today we commemorate the 52nd birthday of the incomparable Kate Bush with what’s arguably her most indelible song: ‘Running Up That Hill,’ performed with David Gilmour at 1987’s ‘Secret Policeman’s Third Ball.’
Tonight’s episode of ‘Dark Wave’ mixed in some rare(ish) appearances by My Bloody Valentine, KMFDM and My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult with lesser-aired tracks from big names like Love and Rockets, The Cure, Kate Bush and Depeche Mode.