Raising the bar dramatically for female singer-songwriters upon the release of her 1978 debut, the 19 year old Kate Bush broke new ground both artistically and commercially. Throughout the decade that followed, a series of hauntingly enigmatic albums delighted her millions of fans making Kate one of the most iconic artists of the era. And while her once prolific work rate has now slowed somewhat, her work remains as strong as ever and her influence on those who have followed is perhaps more visible now than at any time previously, as Kate’s extraordinary music inspires a new generation of fans.
Kate Bush – The Document is a two-disc set celebrating her astounding career to date and the unique body of work she has created along the way. Including a 75 minute documentary DVD (previously released as ‘Kate Bush- Under Review’) which examines her life and musical output thus far and features rare footage and contributions from those who have worked closely with her, and a CD that contains over an hour’s worth of in-depth interviews with the girl herself ( previously released as ‘Kate Bush-The Classic Interviews’) recorded at various points across her career. Completed in deluxe slipcase packaging, this set will prove an essential addition to any Kate Bush collection and a cost-effective method of obtaining these two items in new format and packaging.
THIS SET IS NOT AUTHORISED BY KATE BUSH