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Saying It With Snowflakes: Short interview in the Wall Street Journal

Short interview and album review by Jim Fusilli in the Wall Street Journal:

When you consider that Kate Bush has gone as long as a dozen years between albums, the appearance of “Director’s Cut” earlier this year and “50 Words for Snow” (Anti) this week is a bonanza. Both discs remind us that Ms. Bush is rarely less than very interesting and often quite superb …”

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    Harry Horton

    Hopefully as the winter goes along Kate Bush’s 50 words for snow will continue as a highly creative work that stays out in the public eye. THe wintry visuals of the animations are novel in itself and appears Kate Bush is expanding her creative arms in many directions, such as interviews, visuals of animation and the like. In anycase some more internet media accounts on kate Bush:

    “18 – avery fine age for kate Bush, Michael Owen, Shelagh Delaney, and Pat Cummings” Wednesday 23 November 2011) – Daily Telegraph.
    “Keep kate Bush weird! In a new album her voice still rings out…” Capital New York
    “”Outkast! Big Boi: “I want to work with Kate Bush” NME.
    “Listen Up: Notable albums by Kate Bush and James Durbin” USA Today.

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