Biography

The famous British singer and songwriter Kate Bush was born in 1958 in Bexleyheath. She has been interested in music since her very childhood and spent several hours a day playing the piano. Pretty soon she achieved wonderful results, and when Bush was eleven years old, she composed her very first song. In 1972 the young singer recorded several demo-tapes at her house; however the record companies did not pay the attention to them because of the low quality of record. Later Kate met Pink Floyd’s guitarist David Gilmour and he offered her help. He was very interested in her music and suggested recording some songs. Thereby in 1975 Kate recorded The Man With The Child In His Eyes, The Saxophone Song and Maybe. This time her talent was noticed and the singer signed the contract with EMI.

Kate’s debut album The Kick Inside was released in 1978. The record turned out to be very strong and the composition Wuthering Heights became the real international hit in no time. The second studio work appeared in the same year: Lionheart (1978) was well received by the listeners and its quality was as good as the quality of The Kick Inside. Thereby soon that record was certified Platinum. Lionheart was followed by one of Kate’s most successful albums Never For Ever. It was issued in 1980 and it included the famous song Babooshka, which became the singer’s first song released in USSR.

The fourth studio work titled The Dreaming was issued in 1982 and many musical experts agree that it is Kate’s best album. The singer produced The Dreaming by herself and as the result she got the very strong record with a variety of presented styles. It was followed by Hounds Of Love (1985), which was recorded in Kate’s own studio. Bush managed to please her fans again: Hounds Of Love was well received and its success was proved by its first place in the British Chart. The first compilation album The Whole Story was released in 1986 and it included Kate’s best composition.

Studio Albums

Kate Bush, 50 Words For Snow mp350 Words For Snow
Kate Bush's new album, 50 Words For Snow, possesses a powerful enchantment and strikes with the scale of the extraordinary singer's creative thinking
2011
  • Ambient Pop
  • Dream Pop
  • Chamber Pop
Kate Bush, Director's Cut (Collectors Edition) mp3Director's Cut (Collectors Edition)
Kate Bush's vocals have become more sultry and mature, with new slightly vulnerable notes to it, that add grace to the marvelous album Director’s Cut
2011
    Kate Bush, Aerial mp3Aerial
    Previous Bush's albums have been filled with songs in which the extraordinary happened. Aerial is packed with songs that make commonplace events sound extraordinary. It is a deeply personal album, and a welcome return from pop music true icon
    2005
      Kate Bush, Hounds of Love mp3Hounds of Love
      1997
      • Baroque Pop
      • Synth Pop
      Kate Bush, The Red Shoes mp3The Red Shoes
      1993
      • Art Rock
      Kate Bush, The Dreaming mp3The Dreaming
      1982
      • Art Rock
      Kate Bush, The Kick Inside mp3The Kick Inside
      1978
      • Baroque Pop
      • Piano Rock

      Singles

      Kate Bush, Eat The Music mp3Eat The Music
      1993
      • Indie Pop

      Compilation albums

      Kate Bush, The Whole Story mp3The Whole Story
      1986
      • Synth Pop

      Lives

      Kate Bush, Before The Dawn mp3Before The Dawn
      2016
      • Ambient Pop
      • Art Rock
      • Indie Pop
      Kate Bush, Live at Hammersmith Odeon mp3Live at Hammersmith Odeon
      1994
      • Indie Pop
      • Piano Rock