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The Kick Inside




The Kick Inside

 · Kate Bush's first album, The Kick Inside, released when the singer/songwriter was only 19 years old (but featuring some songs written at 15 and recorded at 16), is her most unabashedly romantic, the sound of an impressionable and highly precocious teenager spreading her wings for the first time/10(K).

 · “The Kick Inside” is the final track and the song that gives title to Kate Bush’s debut album. This is about a brother and sister who fall desperately in love with each other.

This kicking here inside, makes me leave you behind. No more under the quilt to keep you warm. Your sister I was born, you must lose me like an arrow shot into the killer storm." This song was inspired by an old traditional English-Scottish song titled "Lucy Wan." When Kate heard the tune, she was intrigued by the idea of writing an unusual.

 · The Kick Inside: Directed by Mat King. With Bryan Brown, Phoebe Tonkin, Sam Reid, Ryan Corr. Gwen's unnatural pregnancy escalates rapidly as Max's growing paranoia puts her life in danger, while Sam's attempt to help Tina makes him the lead suspect in Griffo's murder.

'The Kick Inside' is Kate Bush's debut album, released by EMI Records on 17 February The album was produced by David Gilmour's friend and associate, Andrew Powell and features 13 tracks. The album was recorded between June and August , with all the songs written and composed by Kate.


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  1. The Kick Inside. PREVIEW 13 SONGS, 43 MINUTES. RELEASED FEBRU ℗ THE COPYRIGHT IN THIS SOUND RECORDING IS OWNED BY PARLOPHONE RECORDS LTD. Also available in the iTunes Store Other Versions.

  2. OK so the "The Kick Inside" is perhaps not Kate Bush's best album but when it was released it was mould-breaking. Bush was no shy teenager singing someone else's cutesy pop songs; no here was the real deal, a young woman who already knew what she wanted, wasn't sacred to /5().

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