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This is the first ever in-depth study of Kate Bush's life and career.
Under the Ivy features over 70 unique and revealing new interviews with those who have viewed from up close both the public artist and the private woman - old school friends, early band mates, long-term studio collaborators, former managers, producers, musicians, video directors, dance instructors and record company executives.
Under the Ivy undertakes a full analysis of Bush's art. From her pre-teen forays into poetry, through scores of unreleased songs. Every crucial aspect of her music is discussed from her ground-breaking series of albums to her solo live tour. Her pioneering forays into dance, video, film and performance.
Combining a wealth of new research with rigorous critical scrutiny, Under the Ivy offers a string of fresh insights and perspectives on her unusual upbringing in South London, the blossoming of her talent, her enduring influences and unique working methods, her rejection of live performance, her pioneering use of the studio, her key relationships and her gradual retreat into a semi-mythical privacy.
About the Author
Graeme Thomson is the author of biographies of Willie Nelson and Elvis Costello and a regular contributor to The Guardian, Observer, the New Statesman, The Word and The Herald.
"...an exhaustive and engaging account of Bush's career." - Metro "Thomson's book sheds a light on the woman behind the inspiration of many a modern-day chanteuse." - NME "Thomson's descriptive language is gorgeous." - The Word "[A] compelling examination of her music" - Mojo
|Introduction - ôYou Never Understood Me. You Never Really Tried.ö||p. 1|
|All The Love||p. 9|
|Somewhere In Between||p. 28|
|Room For The Life||p. 56|
|Pull Out The Pin||p. 82|
|Rocket's Tail||p. 107|
|The Tour Of Life||p. 122|
|Into The Dreaming||p. 176|
|A Deal With God||p. 197|
|ôPut Your Feet Down, Child. You're All Grown Up Nowö||p. 232|
|An Architect's Dream||p. 262|
|How To Be Invisible||p. 281|
|Epilogue - Under The Ivy||p. 308|
|Notes & Sources||p. 316|
|Selective Bibliography||p. 325|
|Selective Discography||p. 326|
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Number Of Pages: 384
Published: 1st August 2010
Dimensions (cm): 24.2 x 16.5 x 3.4
Weight (kg): 0.78