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Category: DVD

Before the Dawn to be filmed for DVD/Album sales surge

Inevitably, Kate has arranged for her new live show Before the Dawn, to be filmed with the intention of producing a DVD of the production. This will be done at the performances on 16th and 17th September. Some ticket holders for those shows have been notified by the venue that their seats have been moved in order to accommodate the cameras and other equipment.

Meanwhile the explosion of publicity around the live shows, which we already knew had propelled all of Kate’s albums back into the charts, has produced a sales surge on Amazon averaging 2,813%. This however conceals an 8,000% increase in sales of The Red Shoes, and a 5,000% increase in sales of Hounds of Love.

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Unofficial Kate Bush DVD – a quick note

We’ve been receiving a few emails from people who have purchased the 100% unofficial DVD released recently, called “Kate Bush: A Life of Surprises”. Basically those contacting us want to let fans know that if you have already previously purchased the two unofficial DVDs from the same company, called “Kate Bush: Under Review” (2006) and “Hounds of Love: Under Review” (2009), this 2 x DVD set is a re-package of those two discs. Just in case you weren’t aware.

An official message from EMI regarding an upcoming DVD release

Kate Bush: Under Review

Kate Bush and EMI wish to draw attention to the notice which appears on the reverse of this DVD which is notably absent from all of the advertising material, namely that: “This DVD is not authorised by Kate Bush, her management or any record or publishing companies associated with the release or ownership of Kate Bush’s music” Kate Bush and EMI wish it to be known that she does not, in any way, support or endorse the release of the DVD.

The Secret Policeman’s Third Ball on DVD

Secret Policeman's Third BallNewsbits: Michael Leitz sends this link for the new Australian DVD release of The Secret Policeman’s Third Ball. From the blurb: “Kate Bush teams up with the man who discovered her, Pink Floyd’s Dave Gilmour to perform “Running Up that Hill”, the legendary Bob Geldof takes the stage for “This is the World Calling”, Dire Straits’ Mark Knopfler and the late Chet Atkins play a haunting instrumental rendition of John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’. Peter Gabriel is joined by the entire cast for ‘Biko’. A superb musical journey on DVD that captures the true heart and soul of a decade.” (Thanks Michael)…

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