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Kate Bush discusses Hounds of Love track by track in 1992

With many new music lovers discovering Kate Bush (welcome, welcome, you have a gem of a catalogue ahead of you), I thought it would be great to hear Kate talk about her 1985 album “Hounds of Love”. In the radio interview below, Kate discusses some of the albums’ influences and origins alongside insights from the recording sessions. It makes a lovely addition to the album, allowing the listener into Kate Bush’s world.

The beauty of Kate Bush is that each album has its own unique feel and sound. If you’ve come for the 80’s but now cool again synth-drenched poppier tones only, you might best enjoy Never For Ever or The Red Shoes as your next stops on the tour. If you enjoy the darker world, The Dreaming is your next stop. Prefer more cinematic music? Go for Aerial. If you prefer the girl at the piano then The Sensual World, The Kick Inside and Lionheart. It is always exciting to discover a new artist with a whole back catalogue to digest – I hope you enjoy.

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