Kate Bush 50 Words for Snow
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AlexTM510
January 21st 2012


1419 Comments


i was waiting for it to snow in this NY so i can finally listen to this thing properly

NightProwler
February 5th 2012


6915 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Excellent record.

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Ire
February 5th 2012


41858 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

yeah it's really good

Ire
February 5th 2012


41858 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

thats dum

Ire
February 5th 2012


41858 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

well you listen to btbam and phil collins so

lobby
February 5th 2012


1251 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

dont mention btbam, kate bush will be disappoint

Tyrael
February 5th 2012


21003 Comments


btbam trashes hard fuck all of u

Tyrael
February 5th 2012


21003 Comments


whatever

I know I'm on my own on this anyway

Ire
February 5th 2012


41858 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

i feel so betrayed tyraelxi

Ire
February 14th 2012


41858 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

i want it to snow

Ire
February 14th 2012


41858 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

it didnt snow but it was cold and rainy and it was amazing

KILL
February 14th 2012


74086 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Provide examples of various intangible assets. Why are research and development costs expensed as incurred rather than capitalized? Why are some intangible assets amortized and others are not?

Ire
February 14th 2012


41858 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

agreed this album is so good

Funeralopolis
February 14th 2012


12833 Comments


goodwill is the only intangible asset I know of.

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Island
February 14th 2012


577 Comments


kate bush can shove it dammit

Funeralopolis
February 14th 2012


12833 Comments


Island is so bluntly an aggressor, I haven't seen you post one positive message.

Ire
February 14th 2012


41858 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

fuck u

Island
February 14th 2012


577 Comments


i invited people for strabucks but only darth ordered anything

nice guys finish last

tmage
March 5th 2012


14 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"she hasn't exactly gone post-rock, but this album shares with Spirit of Eden and Laughing Stock a subtle maverick spirit"



From The Dreaming (the first album she recorded in her private studio on HER schedule) and on subsequent albums she has been willing (if not enthusiastically eager) to tinker, to mess with the formula and do things that go against convention; usually the result is unexpected and inspired genius (Hounds of Love). Sometimes they don't work (in fact that happens once on every other album she's produced) but even her failiures are fascinating in their audacity (Stephen Fry making up nonsense words for 8 minutes is silly, but it's a brilliant sort of daftness and you have to admire her confidence and total lack of fear of failure when those moments happen).



Another risk she took was bringing in one of the few musicians whose talents could potentially upstage her - not Elton John but Steve Gadd, one of a very small number of drummer who could legitimately claim to be the best in the world (which is why I'm singling him out - even though had some notable guests on her albums (Prince, Clapton, Gilmour et al), she's never worked with someone of his skill and reputation. Fortunately Doctor Gadd has been a sideman and his restrained, gentle percussion provides the perfect accent to the music (Misty for example).



The few missteps she made don't drag the album down too much for me and it's a solid 4/5

Ire
March 5th 2012


41858 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

From The Dreaming (the first album she recorded in her private studio on HER schedule)




The Dreaming was recorded at Abbey Road.



Another risk she took was bringing in one of the few musicians whose talents could potentially upstage her - not Elton John but Steve Gadd, one of a very small number of drummer who could legitimately claim to be the best in the world (which is why I'm singling him out - even though had some notable guests on her albums (Prince, Clapton, Gilmour et al), she's never worked with someone of his skill and reputation.




She's worked with so many veteran folk and jazz musicians though. Take a look at Eberhard Weber for example



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