While Kate Bush has never managed to find major success in the United States, she has created quite a legend for herself in her home country of England. Still, there are legions of die-hard fans in the . Kate runs through some of her best songs, and even without the benefit of her stunningly visual stage show, the music remains fresh and exciting
91306 appears on the VHS label. MADE IN CANADA Total running time: 53 minutes approx.
Live at Hammersmith Odeon is the first live album by the British singer Kate Bush. It is a recording of her first of only two concert tours, The Tour of Life from 1979, first released on home video in 1981. The video of The Tour of Life was re-released in 1994 as a boxed set that included a CD version of the performance. The twelve song live album is heavily abridged. The complete show consisted on twenty-four songs. In September 1979, Bush released an EP of four tracks recorded at the final dates of her only major tour, called On Stage, which reached in the UK singles chart. The EP includes a performance of "L'Amour Looks Something Like You" which was cut from the abridged live album. The complete show consisted of twenty-four songs
Live at Hammersmith Odeon (Kate Bush album). Redirected from Kate Bush: Live at the Hammersmith Odeon). Live at Hammersmith Odeon is the first live album by the British singer Kate Bush.
Kate Bush released a video and record EP of her concerts at the Odeon from her first tour in 1979. Duran Duran recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon on 16 November 1982 and released Live at Hammersmith '82!. Depeche Mode made one of its first concert videos for a Danish television at the Hammersmith on 25 October 1982. The album also included tracks that were later recorded (also at the Hammersmith Odeon) on 23 and 24 June 1980. In the Still of the Night album and DVD set. The albums 461 Ocean Boulevard and Slowhand of the guitarist Eric Clapton were reissued in double cd deluxe format accompanied with a live album recorded at the venue, depicting tours of 1974 and 1976. Frank Zappa also recorded parts of his 1979 album, Sheik Yerbouti, at the venue. The complete show consisted of twenty-four songs. The complete show consisted of twenty-four songs