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Kate Bush


Crossover Prog

3.33 | 159 ratings

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3 stars "Lionheart" is Kate Bush's sophomore, but not sophomoric album. The songs, in general, are a bit lighter than those on "The Kick Inside", but there is still enough substance for this prog fan. In particular, "Don't Put Your Foot On The Heartbrake", a nice mid-tempo rocker, has some of the sexy screams Ms. Bush used well on her next few albums, as well as a hint of some of the darkness that was to come later as well. "In The Warm Room", a come hither sexy song, is a favorite when I'm lonely. And "Kashka From Baghdad" and "Coffee Homeground" are also harbingers of the use of sound effects and non-traditional musical styles Bush would explore on the next few albums.

Not great, but nod bad either.

Evolver | 3/5 |


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