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Kate Bush - The Line, The Cross & The Curve album flac

  • Performer: Kate Bush
  • Album: The Line, The Cross & The Curve
  • FLAC: 1692 mb | MP3: 1377 mb
  • Released: 1994
  • Country: US
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 166
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Kate Bush - The Line, The Cross & The Curve album flac

Tracklist

1 Rubberband Girl
2 And So Is Love
3 The Red Shoes
4 Lily
5 The Red Shoes (Instrumental)
6 Moments Of Pleasure
7 Eat The Music
8 The Red Shoes

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Columbia Records
  • Duplicated By – Sony Music Studios

Notes

RT/ 42:30

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (W.O.): 27443R

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MLV 50118 Kate Bush The Line, The Cross & The Curve ‎(Laserdisc, NTSC) Columbia Music Video MLV 50118 US 1993
7243 4911853 9 Kate Bush The Line, The Cross & The Curve ‎(VHS, PAL, SECAM, Dol) Picture Music international 7243 4911853 9 UK 1994
PLMPA 00901 Kate Bush The Line, The Cross & The Curve ‎(Laserdisc, 12", PAL) Pioneer PLMPA 00901 Europe 1994
TOLW-3198 Kate Bush The Line, The Cross & The Curve ‎(Laserdisc, 12", S/Sided, NTSC, Tra) Picture Music international TOLW-3198 Japan 1994
none Kate Bush The Line, The Cross & The Curve ‎(DVDr, DVD-V, Unofficial, NTSC) Not On Label (Kate Bush) none Spain Unknown

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The Line, the Cross and the Curve is a 1993 British musical short film directed by and starring singer Kate Bush, co-starring Miranda Richardson and choreographer Lindsay Kemp, who had served as dance mentor to Bush early in her career. This short film is essentially an extended music video featuring songs from Bush's 1993 album, The Red Shoes, which in turn was inspired by the classic movie musical-fantasy The Red Shoes.

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Every time I watch this short film companion to The Red Shoes I wonder if Kate was hitting the water bong again as I believe I read once that she was a fan of the herb back in the day. This is one strange video. It has the ability to actually make the viewer feel weird while watching it, it's hard to describe but it makes you feel uneasy and unsettled. While not perfect I really enjoy watching this as it does bring the music of The Red Shoes to life and it's nice to see Kate in front of the camera again.

The cursed shoes dance beautifully, but endlessly. The Line, the Cross & the Curve Quotes. There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.

Kate Bush circa 'The Line, the Cross and the Curve,' 1993. The album begins with the sound of whale song and goes on to include contributions by progressive rock greats such as David Gilmour of Pink Floyd and Stuart Elliott of the Alan Parsons Project.

Produced by Kate Bush. The Red Shoes Lyrics. Oh, she move like the Diva do I said, "I'd love to dance like you" She said, "Just take off my red shoes Put them on and your dream'll come true. With no words, with no song You can dance the dream with your body on And this curve, is your smile And this cross, is your heart And this line, is your path  . The Red Shoes assumes the role of title track from Kate Bush’s 1993 album, the last released before her 12 year hiatus. It is a spin on the classical fairy tale authored by Hans Christian Andersen (originally titled De røde sko) in which a young girl becomes controlled and forced to dance by a pair of red leather shoes.

Kate Bush saw the future. Two decades before Lemonade, the British pop auteur wrote, directed, and starred in the first-ever visual album, 1993’s The Line, The Cross, & The Curve. Long before anyone had ever swiped right, her late-’80s song Deeper Understanding detailed the erotic pull of technology. For her debut tour in 1979, she helped invent the headset mic, which allowed her to move onstage with the same freedom as her distinctive high-register vocals.