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Kate Bush - Moving FLAC
Kate Bush
Pop Rock
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1553 mb


1Peter GabriëlAnother Day
Featuring [Uncredited] – Kate Bush
2Kate BushFeel It2:57
3Kate BushDecember Will Be Magic Again4:02
4Kate BushStrange Phenomena3:25
5Kate BushThe Wedding List4:45
6Peter GabriëlHere Comes The Flood
Featuring [Intro Only] [Uncredited] – Kate Bush
7Kate BushJames And The Cold Gun8:45
8Kate BushDon't Push Your Foot On The Heartbrake3:44
9Kate BushThe Man With The Child In His Eyes3:14
10Kate BushRan Tan Waltz2:51
11Kate BushThe Man With The Child In His Eyes3:15
12Kate BushHammer Horror4:24
13Kate BushViolin3:57
14Kate BushKite6:30
15Kate BushThem Heavy People4:02
16Kate BushDon't Push Your Foot On The Heartbrake3:59
17Kate BushEgypt4:56
18Kate BushWuthering Heights4:48
19Kate BushOh England My Lionheart3:23
20Kate BushWow4:05
21Kate BushMoving3:12
22Kate BushViolin3:32
23Kate BushThem Heavy People4:46
24Kate BushSymphony In Blue4:49


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RSR203RRKate Bush Moving ‎(2xLP, Unofficial, Red)KeriRSR203RRUnknown
RSR203Kate Bush Moving ‎(2xLP, Pic, Unofficial)Not On Label (Kate Bush)RSR203Unknown
RSR 203Kate Bush Moving ‎(LP, Pic, Unofficial)Not On LabelRSR 203Unknown


Glossy non-gatefold sleeve, with lyrics to "Moving" printed on front.

Sleeve rear:
May 1979, Hammersmith Odeon
December 28, 1979, TV Special
℗ Stereo Master Inc.

Apparently, Sides A & B are sourced from "Hammersmith Odeon" (good sound quality, stereo) and Sides C & D from "TV Special" (average quality, mono), both live performances.

Incorrect/incomplete track titles on the release:
A5 "Don't Push Your Food On The Heartbrake"
B3 "Oh, England My Lionheart"
C4 "O Here Comes The Flood"
C5 "Open Wide"
C6 "December"

No actual label appears. Generic KERI labels are used, with bogus data:
- "SACEM SDAM SACD SGDL" rights societies
- legal text in French - "Made In France"

A4a "Strange Phenomena" leads straight into A4b "Hammer Horror". The songs also appear as one track on the record.
B2a "Kite" opens with an 18-second 'walking by' intro.
B2a "Kite" leads straight into B2b "James And The Cold Gun". The songs also appear as one track on the record.
C2 "Symphony In Blue" opens with the "Gymnopedies" intro.
C5 "Ran Tan Waltz" appears to be the studio version, performed to a live audience.
C6 "December Will Be Magic Again" is the early arrangement (yet live).
C4 "Here Comes The Flood" includes an acapella introduction, featuring Bush (and others).
D4/D5 "The Man With The Child In His Eyes" appears twice on side D. After the first time, there are 4 seconds of "Don't Push Your Foot On The Heartbrake", before the second "The Man With The Child In His Eyes" appears.

No durations listed on the release.


  • Matrix / Runout: RSR-203-RR /A
  • Matrix / Runout: RSR-203-RR /B
  • Matrix / Runout: RSR-203-RR /C
  • Matrix / Runout: RSR-203-RR /D



Moving is a song written and recorded by English singer-songwriter Kate Bush for her debut album, The Kick Inside 1978. It was released as a single only in Japan on 6 February 1978 by EMI Music Japan reaching number 1. Written by Bush and produced by Andrew Powell, the song is a tribute to Lindsay Kemp, her mime teacher. Moving opens with a whale song sampled from Songs of the Humpback Whale, an LP including recordings of whale vocalizations made by Dr. Roger S. This was the opening track of her debut album The Kick Inside. It was also released as a single in Japan. Lyrics: Moving stranger, Does it really online to Kate Bush - Moving and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and Bush. Kate Bush. Released: Feb 1978. Official online home of Kate Bush and her label Fish People. Features official: news, images, videos, discography and news letter sign up. Moving is the lead track from Kate's first studio album The Kick Inside. The song was released as a single in Japan and reached number one in the Japanese chart. It was released in 1978 and the B-side was Wuthering Heights. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Kate Bush. The best Kate Bush album, or just as good as Hounds. My canadian pressing sounded very bassy so I got rid of it and eventually came across this one for about 1000 yen at a shop in Fukuoka, sounds much better. Ответить Уведомлять о новых ответах Helpful. Produced by Andrew Powell. Album The Kick Inside. Moving Lyrics. Moving stranger, does it really matter As long as you're not afraid to feel Touch me, hold me, how my open arms ache Try to fall for me. How I'm moved, how you move me With your beauty's potency You give me life, please don't let me go You crush the lily in my soul. Moving liquid, yes, you are just as water You flow around all that comes in your way Don't think it over, it always takes you over And sets your spirit dancing. Kate Bush: все альбомы, включая Selection from 'The Other Sides' , Love Song , Home for Christmas и другие. 2018 2018 Remaster. Love Song. Kate Bush, Hermann Allmers, Ira Gershwin, Hans Leip, Friedrich Hollaender, Cole Porter. Home for Christmas. 2014 сингл. Kate Bush is one of the best British singersongwriters of all time. This list of the best Kate Bush albums includes pictures of the album covers when available. The Kate Bush discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Kate Bush albums can be found at the top of the list. Bush is a singersongwriter who is generally more appreciated commercially in her native UK, though she's a longtime critical darling in the States. Bush has been honored as a Commander of the Order of the British Empire CBE. To make voting for your favorite records easier, we haven't included Kate Bush. by Kate Bush. Album: The Kick Inside 1978. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . songfacts . Kate thought that they were graceful and sang beautifully. Whale song is heard at the opening of the track, sampled from the 1970 nature album Songs of the Humpback Whale by Dr. While Wuthering Heights was the first single from Bush's debut album in the UK and most of the world, this song was the first released in Japan and reached 1 in that country. Oddly enough, it did not chart anywhere else. More songs from Kate Bush. More songs with animal noises in the mix. More songs that use samples