Kate Bush - Moving mp3 album
Moving" is a song written and recorded by English singer-songwriter Kate Bush for her debut album, The Kick Inside (1978). It was released as a single only in Japan on 6 February 1978 by EMI Music Japan reaching number 1. Written by Bush and produced by Andrew Powell, the song is a tribute to Lindsay Kemp, her mime teacher. Moving" opens with a whale song sampled from Songs of the Humpback Whale, an LP including recordings of whale vocalizations made by Dr. Roger S. Payne.
Watch the video for Moving from Kate Bush's The Kick Inside for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Moving stranger, Does it really matter, As long as you're not afraid to feel? Touch me, hold me. How my open arms ache! Try to fall for me. How I'. ead the full lyrics for Moving. Discuss these lyrics on MetroLyrics. Discover Best Songs of 2018 – Part 3.
Official online home of Kate Bush and her label Fish People. Moving" is the lead track from Kate's first studio album The Kick Inside. The song was released as a single in Japan and reached number one in the Japanese chart. It was released in 1978 and the B-side was "Wuthering Heights". Release date: 5th February, 1978.
Nom du groupe Kate Bush. Nom de l'album Moving. Type EP. Date de parution Juin 1978. Style MusicalPop Rock. Membres possèdant cet album1. 2. Wuthering Heights. Autres productions de Kate Bush.
Song written by Kate Bush, included on her debut album The Kick Inside. The song is a tribute to Lindsay Kemp, who was her mime teacher in the mid-Seventies. Soon after the release of The Kick Inside, Bush performed 'Moving' alongside with 'Them Heavy People' on 25 February 1978 on the BBC TV show Saturday Nights at the Mill. On 12 May, she took part in a Dutch special TV show dedicated to the opening of the Haunted Castle, the new attraction of the amusement park Efteling. She performed six songs in six videos filmed near the castle and across the park. At the beginning of the video for 'Moving', the camera shows a tombstone covered with leaves. Then, the wind blows the leaves and lets appear the name of Kate Bush
|A2||–Kate Bush||Them Heavy People|
|A4||–Kate Bush||Strange Phenomena|
|A5||–Kate Bush||Hammer Horror|
|A6||–Kate Bush||Don't Push Your Foot On The Heartbrake|
|B1||–Kate Bush||Feel It|
|B3||–Kate Bush||James And The Cold Gun|
|B4||–Kate Bush||Oh England My Lionheart|
|B5||–Kate Bush||Wuthering Heights|
|C2||–Kate Bush||Symphony In Blue|
|C3||–Kate Bush||Them Heavy People|
|C4||–Peter Gabriel||Here Comes The Flood|
|C5||–Kate Bush||Ran Tan Waltz|
|C6||–Kate Bush||December Will Be Magic Again|
|D1||–Kate Bush||The Wedding List|
|D2||–Peter Gabriel||Another Day|
|D4||–Kate Bush||The Man With The Child In His Eyes|
|D5||–Kate Bush||Don't Push Your Foot On The Heartbrake|
- Record Company – Stereo Master Ltd.
NotesAlso released on black vinyl: "Moving". Disc one seems to have been cut using the VHS tape of the Hammersmith gig as the sound quality is good (stereo); the second disc seems to have been sourced from an audio cassette recording of the 1979 TV special as the recording is in mono and of poor quality.
C4 is listed as "O Here Comes The Flood".
C5, listed as "Open Wide", is "Ran Tan Waltz" (B-side of "Babooshka" single).
C6, listed as "December", is "December Will Be Magic Again".
B4 is listed as "Oh, England My Lionheart".
Labels have "Keri" logo, back of sleeve lists "Stereo Master" company.
|RSR203RR||Kate Bush||Moving (2xLP, Mono, Unofficial)||Keri||RSR203RR||Unknown|
|RSR203||Kate Bush||Moving (2xLP, Pic, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Kate Bush)||RSR203||Unknown|