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The Song Of Solomon - Kate Bush - The Red Shoes (Cassette, Album)



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Posted 24.11.2019 by Sagore in category "Classic Rock

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  1. By Guran on
    General CommentThis is the song from the film, 'The Line, The Cross And The Curve' which Kate actually starred ptereremakawsimuttipebiriser.xyzinfo the film, the red shoes are a pair of shoes that the main character who is a dancer uses for her big performances. I'm not sure what Kate's role is as i haven't actually seen the film (But would like to) but that's where it came from and that's why she's going on about shoes.
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  2. By Samukree on
    She said "Just take off my red shoes Put them on and your dream'll come true" With no words, with no song You can dance the dream, with your body on And this curve, is your smile (Yeah woo, yeah woo woo) And this cross, is your heart (Yeah woo, yeah woo woo) And this line, is .
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  3. By Nekinos on
    May 06,  · The Red Shoes is the closest Bush has gotten to a "live band" sound on an album since Never for Ever, moving away from the experimental and unnatural sonics of The Dreaming, Hounds of Love, and The Sensual World. While this may seem like a step backward, it allows herself to explore a different way of producing music/5(74).
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  4. By Zulkim on
    The Red Shoes Kate Bush. Released November 2, The Song of Solomon Lyrics. K 6. Lily Album Credits. Artwork Peacock.
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  5. By Dosida on
    The Red Shoes Wikipedia article Album by Kate Bush. Rubberband Girl And So Is Love Eat the Music Moments of Pleasure The Song of Solomon Lily The Red Shoes Top of the City Constellation of the Heart Big Stripey Lie Why Should I Love You? You're the One External links Amazon: buy The Red Shoes ptereremakawsimuttipebiriser.xyzinfo: search for Kate Bush • The Red Shoes iTunes: buy The Red Shoes AllMusic: The Red Shoes.
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  6. By Bagal on
    Aug 24,  · OK, this album isn't one of her strongest moments because she's totally devoted to her red shoes, but it's here to remind us that Kate Bush has already gained a 63%(3).
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  7. By Faegul on
    Song written by Kate Bush. Originally released on her seventh album The Red Shoes. Versions. There are two versions of 'The Song Of Solomon': the album version from , and the version from Bush's album Director's Cut in Cover versions 'Song Of Solomon' was covered by Göteborgs Symfoniker and Hunterchild. Credits ().
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  8. By Kazramuro on
    The album is a continuation of Bush 's multi-layered and multiple musical pursuits and interests. If not her strongest work -- a number of songs sound okay without being particularly stellar, especially given Bush 's past heights -- Red Shoes is still an enjoyable listen with a number of diversions.4/
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  9. By Dut on
    “The Song of Solomon” is the fifth track from Kate Bush’s The Red Shoes. It takes its title from one of the scrolls of the Writings, the last section of the Tanakh, or Hebrew Bible. Alternatively.
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