Australian album stream now up

As we posted below, 50 Words for Snow is album of the week on ABC Radio National and the album stream is here

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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3 Responses to Australian album stream now up

  1. Neil Mayor says:

    Well heard the album about 3 times now and it definately gets under the skin as each track comes into focus like something familiar emerging from the fog.Stand out track for me is Among Angels which can compete with A Coral Room from Ariel for tear drop- inducing effectiveness. It’s as ellusive , delicate and simply beautful as a snowflake itself.

  2. Gio Willis says:

    This is perhaps Kate’s most ”difficult” album so far….. It lacks unity. there is not a single ”outstanding” track which may be considered commercial …. but at moments it is a masterpiece, a new concept of ideas I have not heard from anyone so far… I am sure that after an accurate listening , I will love it better and better….

  3. Neil says:

    The visual effects on ths site work really well letting the listener use their imagination whilst flashes of colour and shifting shapes complement the moods of the music

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