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Hello Earth! The Music of Kate Bush

Hello Earth! The Music of Kate Bush by Theo Bleckmann
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Theo Bleckmann

Label: Winter & Winter Records
Released: 2012
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Track Listing

Running Up That Hill; Suspended In Gaffa; And Dream Of Sheep; Under Ice; Violin; Hello Earth; Cloudbusting; All The Love; Saxophone Song; Army Dreamers; The Man With The Child In His Eyes; Watching You Without Me; Love And Anger; This Woman's Work.


Personnel

Theo Bleckmann
voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Theo Bleckmann: vocals, electronic voice processing, glockenspiel, toy piano, caxixi; Henry Hey: piano, Minimoog synthesizer, Fender Rhodes piano, prepared harpsichord, voice; Caleb Burhans: electric five string violin, electric guitar, voice; Skuli Sverrisson: electric bass, voice; John Hollenbeck: drums, percussion, crotales, voice.


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