The Kate Bush Fan Podcast Minisode 1: Coffee Homeground

In the first of our shorter “minisode” podcasts we (randomly) throw the spotlight on one particular song – this time it’s Coffee Homeground! Seán discusses the tracks origins, it’s distinctive Brechtian feel, the possible influence of a very creepy short story by Roald Dahl and he also looks at how the song was realised on the live stage by Kate back in 1979.

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Coffee Homeground

About Seán

Seán Twomey has been running the Kate Bush News & Information site since January 1998.
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2 Responses to The Kate Bush Fan Podcast Minisode 1: Coffee Homeground

  1. Keith DeWeese says:

    Reminds me of Dahl’s “The Landlady.” Not familiar with all of Dahl’s short stories, but “The Landlady” is the one that ties to “Coffee Homeground,” the most, for me.

  2. Eric Lundy says:

    I have LOVED listening to all podcast episodes. SO very enjoyable – thank you!
    When can we hear more?!?

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