Kate Bush - Wow FLAC album
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Wow" is a song by English singer Kate Bush. Originally released on her second album Lionheart in 1978, it was issued as the album's second single in March 1979. It was a top 20 hit in the UK. "'Wow' is about the music business," she told her KBC fan club magazine in 1979. Not just rock music but show business in general. It was sparked off when I sat down to try to write a Pink Floyd song – something spacey.
Lionheart is the second studio album by the English singer-songwriter Kate Bush. It was released in November 1978, just nine months after Bush's successful debut album The Kick Inside. Lionheart reached no. 6 on the UK Albums Chart (her only album not to make the top 5) and has been certified Platinum by the BPI. The first single taken from the album, "Hammer Horror", missed the UK Top 40. However, the follow-up single, "Wow", was released on the back of Bush's UK tour and became a UK Top 20 hit.
Wow is the second single from Kate’s 1978 album Lionheart. We're all alone on the stage tonight We've been told we're not afraid of you We know all our lines so well, uh-huh We've said them so many times Time and time again Line and line again. Ooh, yeah, you're amazing! We think you're incredible You say we're fantastic But still we don't head the bill. Wow! Wow! Wow! Wow! Wow! Wow! Unbelievable!
If you google images for Kate Bush Lyrics Wow, I came across a scan of what looked like the back of the single cover, and the word is clearly Vaseline. Rj from Cleveland, [email protected] those of you who deny the line is "hitting the vaseline," watch the embedded video. kate actually pats her rump while singing it. yes, it is "vaseline," and yes, it does mean "that. Tony from Cleveland, OhI don't think 'Wow' has anything to do with homosexuality. The album Lionheart was full of references to British pop culture at the time. I believe the song was a homage to a comedian named Mark Arden. Mark Arden starred in TV and radio as well as on stage so he was very versatile. He was well known for starring in an award winning comedy called 'The Wow Show' which is what I think the title is referring to. Mark Arden also played Roland 'Vaseline' Cartwright in the show London's Burning.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Kate Bush - Wow - Official Music Video - Version 1. Official music video for the single "Wow" written by British singer Kate Bush. Wow" was the second single to be released from Kate Bush's second album. Kate Bush - Fullhouse. Another great song from the "Lionheart" album. It was also used as the b-side of the "Wow" single. Lyrics: Driving back in her car. Watching the wipers Squashing. And you can download the.
Song written by Kate Bush. Originally released on her second album Lionheart, it was issued as the album's second single on 9 March 1979. According to Kate, the song was about the music business and show business in general. Wow' was released as a 7" single in various territories. The Canadian single featured a unique sleeve and was pressed on transparent yellow vinyl. When a video compilation was released in 1986 for the compilation album The Whole Story, a new video was made of "Wow", featuring a montage of Bush performing live in concert. Kate Bush made a guest appearance on the TV Special ABBA in Switzerland, where she performed this song in April 1979. The music paper Sounds seemed a little underwhelmed by 'Wow': "I hear this mediocre chanteuse crooning her way through this silly song.
|Them Heavy People||4:02|
|Don't Push Your Foot On The Heartbreak||3:53|
|James And The Cold Gun||8:43|
|On England My Linearity||3:22|
|GDR CD 9213||Kate Bush||Wow (CD, Unofficial)||Great Dane Records||GDR CD 9213||Italy||1992|
|GDR CD 9213||Kate Bush||Wow (CDr, Unofficial)||Great Dane Records||GDR CD 9213||Unknown|