Kate Bush releases her eighth album : ‘Aerial’ featuring ‘King of the Mountain’ (2005)

Kate Bush’s ‘Aerial’ is her eighth studio album (and her first in 12 years) released on November 7, 2005 by Emi.

Track Listing : 1.King Of The Mountain (Kate Bush) – 04:53 . 2.P (Kate Bush) – 06:09 . 3.Bertie (Kate Bush) – 04:18 . 4.Mrs. Bartolozzi (Kate Bush) – 05:58 . 5.How To Be Invisible (Kate Bush) – 05:32 . 6.Joanni (Kate Bush) – 04:56 . 7.A Coral Room (Kate Bush) – 06:12 . 8.Prelude (Kate Bush) – 01:26 . 9.Prologue (Kate Bush) – 05:42 . 10.An Architect’S Dream (Kate Bush) – 04:50 . 11.The Painter’S Link (Kate Bush) – 01:35 . 12.Sunset (Kate Bush) – 05:58 . 13.Aerial Tal (Kate Bush) – 01:01 . 14.Somewhere In Between (Kate Bush) – 05:00 . 15.Nocturn (Kate Bush) – 08:34 . 16.Aerial (Kate Bush) – 07:52

Musicians : Kate Bush – Vocals, Piano And Keyboards . Peter Erskine – Drums . Stuart Elliott – Drums . Steve Sanger – Drums . Eberhard Weber – Bass . John Giblin – Bass . Del Palmer – Bass . Bosco D’Oliveira – Percussion . Dan Mcintosh – Electric And Acoustic Guitars . Gary Brooker – Hammond Organ . Rolf Harris – Didgeridoo . Michael Wood – Male Vocal On (7) . Chris Hall – Accordion . Richard Campbell – Viols . Susan Pell – Viols . Eligio Quinteiro – Renaissance Guitar . Robin Jeffrey – Renaissance Percussion . Rolf Harris – As The Painter . Albert “Bertie” Mcintosh – As The Sun. Michael Kamen – Conductor . London Metropolitan Orchestra – Orchestra

Production : Produced By Kate Bush . Del Palmer – Engineer, Mixing . James Guthrie – Mastering . Simon Rhodes – Engineer . Chris Bolster – Assistant Engineer . James Guthrie – Mastering

Package : Trevor Leighton – Portraits . James Southall – Paintings

Recorded 1996–2005.

Released On November 7, 2005 By Emi.

Package : Jon McCafferty – Photography, Artwork, Design . JJ.M. Stipe – Photography, Artwork, Design . Frank Olinsky – Design . Jem Cohen – Photography . Michael Tighe – Photography

Video Director(s) : Matt Mahurin for “Orange Crush”

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The Guardian
Aerial sounds like an album made in isolation. On the down side, that means some of it seems dated. You can’t help feeling she might have thought twice about the lumpy funk of Joanni and the preponderance of fretless bass if she got out a bit more. But, on the plus side, it also means Aerial is literally incomparable. […]

The Telegraph
Fifty per cent perfect, thenand fifty per cent abysmal, Aerial is not so much a curate’s egg as a cardinal’s omelette. […]

PopMatters
Instead, Aerial shows that Kate Bush has been doing the same thing as the rest of us: just going about life, building on personal lessons a little bit each day. Even if Aerial doesn’t set the world on fire, it’s good to hear Kate Bush againand to hear a record that sounds so organic and grounded. […]

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