May 19, Kate Bush / Director’s Cut / Review. This week sees the release of Kate Bush’s new album Director’s Cut. Six years on from ’s Aerial, this album revisits tracks from ’s The Sensual World and ’s The Red Shoes. Kate – seemingly unhappy with the ‘sound’ of some of these original tracks – has gone back to the multi. May 18, M ost glory-days retreads come about by way of laziness, with over-the-hill artists finding sneaky ways to gussy up and repackage old material, usually for ignoble or desperate reasons.
Kate Bush’s Director’s Cut arrives with different goals in mind. It revisits tracks from ’s The Sensual World and ’s The Red Shoes not to leech off their success, but 3/5. Director's Cut is Kate's 9th studio album and was released on on Kate's own label Fish People.
On Directors Cut Kate revisits a selection of tracks from her albums The Sensual World and The Red Shoes. Kate has re-recorded some elements whilst keeping the best musical performances of each song - making it something of a director's. Bush has not toured sincean artistic quirk that has some bearing on Director's Cut. One further reason the reclusive year-old mum-of-one is a rare nightingale among starlings is that she is a fully paid-up geek – inhabiter of her own home studio, early adopter of all sorts of recording technology, and au fait with the intimidating.
May 16, Then, nothing before Aerial, a double album issued in It's taken six more years to get The Director's Cut, an album whose material isn't new, though its presentation is.
Four of this set's 11 tracks first appeared on The Sensual World, while the other seven come from The Red Shoes. Bush 's reasons for re-recording these songs is a mystery.