S05E12 – The Morning Fog

Are we really at the end of another album?

Yes we are!

Don’t worry; there are still b-sides and collaborations to come! (among many for this season: Under the Ivy! Burning Bridge! My Lagan Love! The Handsome Cabin Boy! The Seer! Don’t Give Up!)

But first: The Morning Fog.

After the nightmare that was the Ninth Wave, we come to the end of the story and of the album with a beautiful song about gratitude and rebirth. To conclude the final album track for this season, we have a fellow American Kate fan on the line, Elizabeth Anne from Pennsylvania, who has loved this song since she heard the album Hounds of Love as a child, thanks to her father.

In this week’s episode, Cecilee and Elizabeth talk about the instrumentation, how this song fits into the overall story of the Ninth Wave, how this song was performed live in the Before the Dawn shows, and their own personal stories and thoughts on this lovely little song!

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Song clips played:

The Morning Fog

The Morning Fog (Before the Dawn version)

Laurence Made Me Cry – The Morning Fog (Kate Bush Cover)

Kate Bush – The Morning Fog Instrumental Cover

And Dream of Sheep

Interviews:

Hounds of Love, Classic Albums, 1992