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Saturday 15 December 2018
Concert IQ, Cultuurpodium Boerderij, Zoetermeer
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|Titel||Remastered - Part II|
|Genre||Progressive / Neoprog / RIO|
|Omschrijving||KATE BUSH’S STUDIO ALBUM CATALOGUE REMASTERED FOR
THE FIRST TIME. The albums have been remastered by
Kate and James Guthrie. The live album ‘Before The
Dawn’ is included in its original mastered form.
The box features:
50 WORDS FOR SNOW
BEFORE THE DAWN (ORIGINAL MASTERING)
THE OTHER SIDE 1
THE OTHER SIDE 2
IN OTHERS’ WORDS
Kate has removed the vocal contribution of
disgraced Australian entertainer Rolf Harris from
the newly remastered edition of 2005 album Aerial.
Harris played the role of ‘the painter’ on the
conceptual side two of Aerial, known as A Sky Of
Honey and contributed a spoken word section on ‘An
Architect’s Dream’ as well as actually singing on
‘The Painter’s Link’. On the 2018 remastered
edition, these parts are replaced by what sounds
very much like Kate’s son Bertie (Albert McIntosh),
who indeed took this role when Kate performed A Sky
Of Honey in its entirety, as part of 2014 live show
Before The Dawn.
Rolf Harris also features on Kate’s 1982 album The
Dreaming. He plays didgeridoo on the title track.
That performance appears to be intact on the 2018
There had been some debate as to whether Kate would
make any changes to the recording and having heard
the audio, we can confirm that it has definitely
happened. It also means that the tracks in question
will have been remixed, not just remastered and
indeed Bertie sings much more on ‘The Painter’s
Link’ than Rolf did, and the ending of that song
now sounds very different as it segues into Sunset,
with Kate’s vocals much more in the background than
there were before.
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