Kate Bush’s Remastered Catalog to be Released in November
When Kate Bush announced a UK “comeback” tour in 2014, it was met with such hysteria so as to confirm what we actually already knew: she is genuinely one of the most adored artists of her time. She’s also one of the most influential, with a legion of young female imitators – Bat For Lashes being probably the most notable of all.
Rumors abound of yet another tour – but in the meantime, Rhino will release very exquisitely packaged, remastered editions of her entire catalog this November. First up, vinyl and CD boxes of her first seven albums – The Kick Inside, Lionheart, Never For Ever, The Dreaming, Hounds Of Love, The Sensual World, The Red Shoes – will arrive on the 16th…followed by vinyl and CD boxes of her last three albums – Aerial, Director’s Cut, 50 Words For Snow – as well as a collection of 12″ mixes, two discs of rarities, and one composed entirely of cover versions (including Elton’s “Rocket Man” and Marvin’s “Sexual Healing.”)
And if that weren’t enough for all the Kate-o-philes on your holiday list, on December 6 Faber & Faber will deliver to bookshelves How to be Invisible, a collection of her lyrics specially selected by her.