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Monday, 1 September 2014

'Spellbinding' Kate Bush 8 Albums In The Top 40

Well if there is one person who can do it and show a comeback after 35 year, Kate Bush has been back on stage with new fans and failthful followers.

For 8 albums in the top 40 that is certainly relaunching a career boost. After being back on stage last week....the people have remembered and remembering who is this woman.

Kate name is working it's magic on the world right now..

Historic: Kate Bush, pictured on stage last week, has become the first woman in history to have eight albums in the Official Albums Chart at the same time - with two appearing in the top 10

Historic: Kate Bush, pictured on stage last week, has become the first woman in history to have eight albums in the Official Albums Chart at the same time - with two appearing in the top 10

The lady who has a voice shows, age does not matter - to get up on stage and deliver can be done whatever age, we are many who were most slender in our youth....something happens later on. Vanity is not a lasting foundation to build a woman of character.

Triumphant: The achievement comes following Kate Bush's return to the stage after 35 years, pictured, which went down a storm with critics and fans alike, who hailed her performance as 'spellbinding'

The lady gets up on stage and delivers her unique voice and a stage performance that people pay to see...far from being a fashion icon and yet she has been an influence in her own way .

What people do not realise they can easily be spellbound.

Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God) featured in the Olympic Stadium - Listen to the lyrics. -The song was the first single from Kate's 1985 album Hounds of Love and released in the UK on 5 August 1985.



Kate sings 'If only I could I would make a deal with God and get him to swap our places.....You dont want to hurt me, but see how deep the bullet lies I am aware I am tearing you asunder'

"Running Up That Hill" entered the UK chart at number 9 and eventually peaked at number 3. The single also reached the top 30 in the United States.

Back in 1978, Bush became the first female artist in history to score a UK number one on the Official Singles Chart with a self-penned song - Wuthering Heights went on to top the chart for four weeks, becoming the first of Bush's 26 top 40 hits.


'Official Charts Company chief executive, Martin Talbot, said: 'Her new live shows have created a huge stir, but for them to help push her catalogue to make such a significant sales impact is further evidence of the love that the British public have for her music, from generation to generation.'

Meanwhile, Brighton rock duo Royal Blood top this week's album chart with their self-titled album, scoring the UK's fastest selling British rock debut in three years.'

One of the most profound messsages, Kate Bush and Peter Gabriel



Recording artists are artists, and stage artists in the theatre act out perhaps own process or important messages to know that reach the people in some way. Drama and theatre is is not without interection, somentimes conflict, tradegy, loss, love, healing and hope - with lessons to learn. And to the end of th day we are here for a time...not everyone respects life or the right to live in peace.

The 'spellbinding' Kate Bush has been highlighted by the media.....There are people casting spells cause to injury and hurt people, to cause suffering and loss- bad luck, to bring divide and discord, even to spellbind people to stay with them and adore..There are spells being made to bind people in marriage.

We do not know Kate Bush's Truth. She knows what is going on.

Peace be with you
Pauline Maria

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