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50 Words for Snow album for sale by Kate Bush was released Nov 21, 2011 on the Anti label. Kate Bush's 50 Words for Snow follows Director's Cut, a dramatically reworked collection of catalog material, by six months. 50 Words for Snow songs This set is all new, her first such venture since 2005's Aerial. 50 Words for Snow album for sale The are only seven songs here, but the album clocks in at an hour. Despite the length of the songs, and perhaps because of them, it is easily the most spacious, sparsely recorded offering in her catalog. 50 Words for Snow CD music contains a single disc with 7 songs. ...See Full Description
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If the ghost of Buddy Holly truly did influenced Bob Dylan's Time out of Mind album, then I suspect the ghost of Laura Nyro may have been lurking around Kate's remote estate providing subtle inspiration.
By faust8577 (Lorraine, Que. Canada)
||It is her soul speaking|
She never fails to make me feel such a place in my heart that no other female singer can ignite.
By yvobonnie1959 (Sedona, Arizona, USA)
||a new master piece !!!|
You have to listen this album a couple of time - and really listen the music, the voice, the arrangement ... it's just magnificent ... It's not "A usual Christmas" album - but an album about snow, wind, snowflake, 2 lovers meeting together etc ... it's a haunting album who brings you elsewhere - like "The Sky oh Honey" in Aerial ... Wonderful - THANKS KATE !!!
By franakm (Geneva - Switzerland)
kate is atmospheric,50 words for snow with stephen fry is brilliant so is snowed at wheeler street and among angels.
By cje1969 (chris,western australia)
And boring as well.
By dcrewprod (Seattle)
heard this album?
50 Words for Snow songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||8616804|
|Release Date||Nov 21, 2011|
|Engineer||Del Palmer; Simon Rhodes; Stephen W. Tayler|
|Recording Time||65 minutes|
|Personnel||Elton John, Andy Fairweather-Low, Michael Wood, Stefan Roberts|