Given that the original was heart-rending enough to soundtrack a charity.
May 12, If Director's Cut really was a new album, if you were hearing these songs for the first time, then it probably would be considered among Kate Bush's Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. May 19, Bush is less show-offy on Director's Cut than any of her pre-hiatus albums.
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For a woman known for her range, and her fearlessness at using / May 19, Kate Bush / Director’s Cut / Review. By Paul Sinclair. Comments. 8. This week sees the release of Kate Bush’s new album Director’s Cut. Six years on from ’s Aerial, this album revisits tracks from ’s The Sensual World and ’s The Red Shoes.
Kate – seemingly unhappy with the ‘sound’ of some of these original tracks – has gone back to the multi-tracks and removed.
Kate Bush Director's Cut Review. Album. Released When Deeper Understanding emerged as the first evidence of Kate Bush’s new album of revisions, the instant reaction was surprise tinged. May 14, Director's Cut finds Bush satisfying her own internal urge to mend rather than make do. And while most of us may find such obsessive revisionism baffling, it still makes for a beguiling stumpcutting.barted Reading Time: 3 mins.
May 18, Kate Bush’s Director’s Cut arrives with different goals in mind. It revisits tracks from ’s The Sensual World and ’s The Red Shoes not to leech off their success, but ostensibly to fix them. In line with a noted career-long fixation on perfectionism and sonic fidelity, Bush has decided that the 11 compositions here were in need of a complete overhaul, scaling back their glossy electronics in 3/5.
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May 31, Metacritic Music Reviews, Director's Cut by Kate Bush, The British artist reworked and rerecorded some of her songs from 's The Sensual World and 's The Red Shoes albums%(22). May 15, Director's Cut, an Album by Kate Bush.
Released on Fish People (catalog no. FPCD; CD). Genres: Art Pop. Rated # in the best albums of Featured peformers: Kate Bush (vocals), Del Palmer (recording engineer, editing), Stephen W. Tayler (assistant engineer), Andrew Boland (assistant engineer), Chris Bolster (assistant engineer), Haydn Bendall (assistant engineer), /5(29).
May 16, The experience of The Director's Cut, encountering all this familiar material in its new dressing, is more than occasionally unsettling, but simultaneously, it is deeply engaging and satisfying/10.