RM Music Feature – Kate Bush: 50 Words for Snow

An album about snow may not be your cup of tea, but when delivered by British rock empress Kate Bush it’s definitely worth a listen.  Ms. Bush makes her long awaited return with her new album, “50 Words for Snow.” Thanks to RebelMom reader Sujata Berry for the heads up on this stunning new release.

“50 Words for Snow” – Kate Bush - Reader Pick!

“Taking notions that look entirely daft on paper and rendering them into astonishing music is very much Bush’s signature move.” – Alex Petridis – Guardian.co.uk

50 Words for Snow - Kate Bush

“It has been years since Kate Bush put out a cd and the wait was worth it.  ”50 words for Snow” is a classic Kate Bush concept album that compels one to listen to the whole set of songs in one go.  And then repeat and repeat again.  It’s a magical set, where the songs evoke winter – the best parts of it.    Kate’s voice has changed, slightly deeper but still resonant and full of range that she’s famous for.  It’s the perfect album to listen to while snuggled up on a couch watching the snow fall outside.” – Sujata Berry from Toronto, Canada – RebelMom Reader

Kate Bush Interview on BBC

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