The ultimate review and critical analysis of the music and career of Kate Bush...
Kate Bush - Under Review is a 75-minute film reviewing the music and career of one of the world's most influential performers, singers and songwriters - arguably the most unique female artist ever.
Features include: Kate's musical performances revisited and reassessed by a team of esteemed experts; commentary, criticism and insight from radio DJ Paul Gambaccini, musician and producer (who worked on several albums with Kate) Morris Pert, writer and journalist (author of She Bop: The Definitive Encyclopaedia Of Women In Rock) Lucy O'Brien, Mojo and Q journalist Phil Sutcliffe, and Uncut Magazine's Contributing Editor Nigel Williamson; as well as new reviews of Kate Bush classics including, "Wuthering Heights," "Wow," "Army Dreamers," "Running Up That Hill," "Cloudbusting," "This Woman's Work," "King Of The Mountain" and more.
This is not just the only documentary DVD about Kate Bush and her music available, it is the most insightful and entertaining commentary on Kate Bush yet to emerge.
This 90-minute film reviews the music and career of one of the worlds most influential performers, singers and songwriters; arguably the most unique female artist ever. It includes rare musical performances never available before on DVD. It also includes obscure footage, rare interviews and photographs of and with Kate Bush from all periods of her astonishing career. The film features: rarely seen promo films; interviews with Kate and with colleagues, producers, musicians and friends; TV clips; location shots and a host of other features.