Kate Bush ‎– Cathy's Home Demos

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Blue Moon Records ‎– BMCD-008
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CD, Unofficial Release
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Tracklist

1 Babooshka 2:04
2 Kashka From Baghdad 2:00
3 Coming Up 2:30
4 Oh, To Be In Love 1:50
5 Playing Canasta 3:10
6 Snow 4:00
7 Ferry Me Over 2:30
8 Lionhearts 3:04
9 Violin 2:22
10 The Craft Of Love 2:02
11 Queen Eddie 2:55
12 In My Garden 2:30
13 Frightened Eyes 2:10
14 Never The Less 3:15
15 Goodnight Baby 2:55
16 So Soft 3:50
17 I Don't See Why I Shouldn't 2:50
18 Babooshka 2:50
19 The Kick Inside 3:46
20 Hammer Horror 2:46
21 A Rose Growing Old 2:58
22 Keep Me Waiting 2:55
23 Davy 3:10
24 Disbelieving Angel 2:15
25 Don't Push Your Foot On The Heart Brake 2:51
26 Kite 2:47
27 L'Amour Looks Something Like You 2:12
28 Strange Phenomena 2:44
29 Really Gets Me Going 3:14

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Notes

Tracks 1 to 24 are home demos recorded in 1974. <br> Tracks 25 to 29 are studio out-takes with the Kate Bush band recorded in 1975.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TGP-CD-093 Kate Bush Home Demos(CD, Unofficial) The Genuine Pig Records TGP-CD-093 Italy 1994 Sell This Version

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pas.maison

pas.maison

August 23, 2015
One for the hardcore diehard fans only. The sound quality is appalling - Really Gets Me Going is so distorted that even I can't listen to it. Mainly this is, one would surmise, a several-generations-removed copy of the demos she sent out on cassette tape as a teenager in the early 1970s. So if you're what we fanatics call "A Whole Story type," forget it. But is you are a fan - one of those who saw Before The Dawn or wanted to desperately - this album (or some version of those tapes) is sheer bliss. Here she is, a girl, singing at the piano in the family farmhouse in Kent. Under the flaws of re-re-re-recording, the voice is there. All the songs are lovely, and some are superb. In My Garden is breath-taking. Oddly, the collection is reminiscent of some of 50 Words For Snow - as if she had circled around her long, wonderful career to end up back in this gorgeous, uncluttered simplicity. There's even a track called Snow. All the seeds are here. If she had released an album every 2 years and toured each one, this would be a curio merely. But the scarcity of her work makes it an essential.