Monday, November 14, 2011

Listen: Kate Bush, 50 Words for Snow

Posted By on Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 10:42 AM

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If you've ever fantasized about being snowed in with Kate Bush, here's your chance. NPR is now streaming her new album, 50 Words for Snow (Anti-), which drops Nov. 21.

It's beautiful and seductive wrist-slitting agony, per her usual, and her second release this year, following May's Director's Cut. Here's NPR's 50-word review on 50 Words:

Powdery fantasia. Contemplative. Winter matins. Playful. Opium reverie. Grounded. Ghost story. Sensual. Artistic recalibration. Unhurried. Drummer's holiday. Quiet. Ode to the white keys. Imaginative. Exploration of the lower register. Floating. Mother-son duet. Solitary. Snowed-in erotica. Collaborative. Joni Mitchell answer record. Inimitable. Supernatural space odyssey. What we'd expect from Kate Bush.

You know, the kinda shit "cool, quiet, real sensual type[s]" like Big Boi can appreciate.

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