Time to go running up that hill from the hounds of love under the big sky while mother stands for comfort as we’re cloudbusting, daddy. It’s Hounds of Love, Kate Bush’s best-selling fifth album, and the work that many consider her masterpiece! Hounds of Love was the first of Kate’s albums to be recorded in her home studio among her family and friends and away from the prying eyes of the record company. This convivial atmosphere comes through in these songs, many of which are held up as classics in the Kate Bush canon (Running Up That Hill, Cloudbusting, the title track).
To discuss this wildly popular album with Cecilee is Zoey from New York, a familiar voice on the show! They discuss the way Hounds of Love was recorded. The singles. Ranking their favorite songs. And also a deep delve into speculating why Hounds of Love is considered Kate’s best album by so many. It’s all here, then next week, we get to go running up that hill to make a deal with God!
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