Kate Bush - 50 Words For Snow
- Performer: Kate Bush
- Title: 50 Words For Snow
- Genre: Rock
- Country: UK & Europe
- Record source: CD, Album, Digibook
- Released: 21 Nov 2011
- Style: Alternative Rock, Acoustic, Pop Rock
- Label: Fish People
- Cat#: FPCD007, 5099972986622
- MP3 album: 2168 mb
- FLAC album: 1499 mb
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 169
Bass – John GiblinBells – Del PalmerDrums – Steve GaddGuitar – Dan McIntoshKeyboards, Backing Vocals – KateVocals [Featured] – Andy Fairweather Low
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Bass – John GiblinDrums – Steve GaddGuitar – Dan McIntoshKeyboards – KateVoice [Prof. Joseph Yupik] – Stephen Fry
Bass – Del PalmerDrums – Steve GaddGuitar – Dan McIntoshLead Vocals – Albert McIntoshVocals [Chorus], Piano, Bass – Kate
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Bass – John GiblinDrums – Steve GaddGuitar – Dan McIntoshPiano, Keyboards – KateVocals [Featured] – Elton John
Piano – Kate
Bass – Danny ThompsonDrums – Steve GaddGuitar – Dan McIntoshPiano – Kate
Drums – Steve GaddPiano – KateVocals [Featured] – Michael Wood, Stefan Roberts
- Arranged By [Orchestration] – Jonathan Tunick
- Artwork [Key Sculptor] – Ogura Takahiro
- Artwork [Model Making By] – Robert Allsop & Associates
- Artwork [Mould Technicians] – Anne Cartwright, Chris Jack , Fred Roisin, John Eldred Tooby, Max Payne , Simon Warren, Tamzine Hanks
- Concept By [Visual Concepts & Direction] – Kate
- Conductor – Jonathan Tunick
- Design [Album] – Kate, Peacock
- Illustration [Images Created By] – Robert Allsop
- Mastered By – Doug Sax, James Guthrie
- Mastered By [Assistant] – Eric Boulanger
- Mixed By [Additional Assistant] – Jim Jones , Kris Burton, Patrick Phillips, Robert Houston
- Mixed By [Assistant] – Stanley Gabriel
- Other [Costume] – Hazel Pethig
- Other [Model For 'among Angels'] – Mirek Holak
- Other [On Set Snow Stand-by] – Victoria Burton
- Photography By – Trevor Leighton
- Photography By [Assisted By] – Michaela Letang, Ollie Warren
- Producer – Kate Bush
- Recorded By – Del Palmer
- Recorded By [Additional], Mixed By – Stephen W. Tayler
- Recorded By [Assistant Orchestral Sessions] – Chris Bolster, John Barrett
- Recorded By [Orchestral Sessions] – Simon Rhodes
- Written-By, Producer – Kate
Official release date according to Kate Bush website is 21 November 2011 though copies were available prior to this date. Also, actual release dates vary from country to country.
18 page Digibook with hardback cover.
"Credits" on page 17 of booklet:
Track 2: With special thanks to James
Track 3: Special thanks to Joel for his guitar
(regarding mixing credits): Many thanks to Del Palmer for his input
Published by Noble & Brite Ltd.
Orchestral sessions recorded at Abbey Road Studios
Elton John appears courtesy of Mercury Records Ltd.
Many thanks to: Mark Thompson, Jim Jones, Ian Sylvester, George Gilbert, Colette Barber, Leigh Tunick, David Hage, Isobel Griffiths, Gary Briley, Jackie & Gill, John McCarthy, Michael Wood & Deane Cameron
Special thanks to: Dan & Bertie, Hazel Pethig, James Guthrie, Stuart Crouch, Keith Peacock, Murray Chalmers, Geoff Jukes, Russell Roberts, Brad Gelfond, Pat Savage, Matthieu Lauriot Prevost, Barney Wragg, Remi Butler
Intergalactic thanks to Marc Okrand: linguist, scholar & creator of the Klingon language - qatiho'
Very special thanks to David Munns
On back-sleeve & disc circumference:
℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Noble & Brite Ltd.
© 2011 Noble & Brite Ltd. Made in the E.U.
- Barcode: 5099972986622
- Matrix / Runout: FPCD007 50673
- Mastering SID Code (Variant 1 & 2): IFPI L213
- Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 3720
- Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 3705
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Noble & Brite Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Noble & Brite Ltd.
- Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
- Published By – Noble & Brite Ltd.
50 Words For Snow. Kate Bush. FUGA Aggregation, WMG от лица компании AntiEpitaph LatinAutor - SonyATV, LatinAutor, BMI - Broadcast Music Words for Snow is the tenth studio album by English singer-songwriter Kate Bush. It is the second album released on her own label, Fish People. It was Bush's first all-new studio album since Aerial 2005. A single, Wild Man, was released as a download. 50 Words for Snow was released on 21 November 2011, Kate Bush's second album of that year, after Director's Cut. The album consists of seven songs set against a background of falling snow and has a running time of 65 minutes. The songs Lake. 50 Words for Snow - Kate Bush. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 50 Words For Snow will be Kate's 10th studio album on her own label Fish People and released on 21 November 2011. 50 Words For Snow will feature seven brand new tracks set against a background of falling snow. The total running time is 65 minutes and the album will be released in the following formats: - Digital Album - Standard CD in a case-bound book - Two-disc Vinyl. ORDER 50 Words For Snow HERE. 50 Words for Snow. Released October 10, 2011. 50 Words for Snow Tracklist. Her second release of 2011, 50 Words for Snow is the 10th studio album by singer-songwriter, musician and record producer Kate Bush. Marking the first time since 1978 that Bush has released 2 albums in a single year, it harks back to her solo piano roots whilst also features Bush embarking on an experimental journey with song structure. Recorded right after her re-production of The Sensual World and The Red Shoes, the album explores storytelling over a longer period of time and features both of Bushs longest songs, both with a running time over 10 minutes. Songs in album 50 Words For Snow 2011. Kate Bush - Snowflake. Kate Bush - Lake Tahoe. Kate Bush - Misty. Kate Bush Fairweather Low - Wild Man. Kate Bush John - Snowed In At Wheeler Street. Kate Bush Fry - 50 Words For Snow. Kate Bush - Among Angels. Other albums by Kate Bush, Andy Fairweather Low. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2011 Digibook CD от 50 Words For Snow на Bush's second album of original material in the last 17 years is haunting and gorgeous. Like so much of her best music, it's filled with deep story-songs that have the effect of putting one in the kind of treasured, child-like space- not so much innocent as open to imagination- that never gets old. 50 Words for Snow is teeming with classic Bush-ian characterizations and stories- fantasies, personifications, ghosts, mysteries, angels, immortals. As quoted in Graeme Thomson's thorough, thoughtful recent biography Under the Ivy, she explained her attraction to such songwriting: are just like a little story: you are in a situation, you are this character. Kate Bush's 50 Words for Snow follows Director's Cut, a dramatically reworked collection of catalog material, by six months. This set is all new, her first such venture since 2005's Aerial. 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. Its most prominent sounds are Bush's voice, her acoustic piano, and Steve Gadd's gorgeous drumming - though other instruments appear as do some minimal classical orchestrations. 50 Words For Snow is Kate Bushs finest moment, a pinnacle in a career of pinnacles. A concept album is usually a plodding and desperate affair but Kate Bush has created something that shapeshifts all the time. Built around the idea of snow this moves its themes around so brilliantly that you are never saddled with an obvious theme. The songs may use snow as their spine and metaphor but like snow they have a mystery and elusiveness like the emotions that they are describing. Theres a weird notion of genius in pop music, its usually the preserve of some bearded middle aged man who has been