“Incredibly, unique, experimental”: Everything Entertainment

At Everything Entertainment Central Tim David adds a 4/5 review of 50 Words for Snow:

These tracks are epic. The shortest one is only just less than 7 minutes long. This makes this 7-track album run into the hour territory of most full albums, meaning this L.P. stand next to the rest in quantity. In terms of quality however it stands apart in it’s own incredibly, unique experimental league … a concise, cohesive classic feeling album that brings Bush back into the mainstream music world in which she belongs.”

About Peter

My Kate CV: Kate fan since 1978. Saw Tour of Life at the London Palladium 1979. Went to first KBC Convention 1980. Founded Homeground with Dave 1982. Worked on 1985, 1990, and 1994 Kate Bush Conventions, and the 1986 Video Party with Dave, Lisa of KBC and Krys. Appeared in videos for The Big Sky and Experiment IV. Wrote Introduction, Chronology and Discography for EMI Music Publishing's 1987 "Kate Bush Complete". Wrote the sleeve note for the remastered 1998 reissue of "Hounds of Love". Invited to write sleeve notes for other reissues which never happened. My other CV: born 1955 in Bermondsey London, educated at Galleywall Primary, Walworth Comprehensive, and London School of Economics BSc(Econ)(Hon) 1976. Currently an Officer of the Crown Court determining legal costs in crminal cases. Met Krys in 1982 through Homeground, we were engaged on Glastonbury Tor on Kate's birthday in 1983, and married in November 1984.
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5 Responses to “Incredibly, unique, experimental”: Everything Entertainment

  1. giulio says:

    😉 😉 😉

  2. Julie Tovey says:

    Peter, It should be… in its own incredibly… not… it stands apart in it’s own incredibly…

    Sorry to be a pedant, but that its/ it’s thing really annoys me.

    Kind regards 🙂

  3. Rod says:

    Again there’s this high upon high experienced by the reviewers; “The album begins with the beautiful fall of a song called ‘Snowflake’, before getting operatic, strange and even more sublime with ‘Lake Tahoe’ which is as deep and decedent as the place itself,…”. And since we know that Kate Bush’s songs reward repeated listening over time, this experience can only become more intense. That’s more intense than reaching the sublime and I suspect the sublime here is meant in the poetic sense of Romanticism. I think this album can’t fail to blow our minds.

  4. reading all the reviews makes me so much more restless… and then when the lyrics came up. time for dreaming. in a snow covered world. =^.^=

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