I know am near alone in thinking this, but I really do and truly enjoy The Red Shoes.
Honestly I think some of Aerial sounded more dated at its release. The Red Shoes just sounds of its time.Absolutely one of my favourites. Yes, some of the production sounds a little "dated", but it's littered with fantastic songs.
I mean, the great thing is there isn’t a bad Kate Bush album.
I completely disagree! Some of the songs were taken to a higher level for meI do think that Director's Cut is objectively bad. Sorry!
I completely disagree! Some of the songs were taken to a higher level for me
Yes, it does sound very 1993 in places and perhaps more "pop" for Kate, but that's part of it's charm for me. And So Is Love, is my favourite Kate Bush song ever.Absolutely one of my favourites. Yes, some of the production sounds a little "dated", but it's littered with fantastic songs.
Off the top of my head: And So Is Love, Deeper Understanding, moments of pleasure, This Woman's Work...
I liked it instantly too, it does feel more accessible too which not gonna lie, can be a plus. Only wish the 2018 remaster, was't so quiet.The Red Shoes is probably some of her most accessible music too. I liked it instantly. The production has dated of course but I still return to that record lots and enjoy it so much every time.
LOVE Lilly!Oh I listened to 'The Red Shoes' for the first time in a while over the weekend, "Lily" is always such an exciting listen for me. Could do without the long intro talk, but the chorus is one of her genius moments on that album, and I like the double vocals on it. "Top of the City" will always be a gem too, one of her most overlooked songs.