No 1 Singles This Day In 1968 – 1972 – 1978

Top singles from the past…

11 March 2021

Artist: Otis Redding
September 9, 1941 – December 10, 1967
Song: (Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay
No 1: on the US Soul Charts this day in 1968 – 53 years ago

Otis Redding: Discography

Artist: Harry Nilsson
June 15, 1941 – January 15, 1994
Song: Without You
No 1: in the UK this day in 1972 – 49 years ago

Harry Nilsson: Discography

Artist: Kate Bush
Song: Wuthering Heights. – debut single
No 1: in the UK this day in 1978 – 43 years ago

Kate Bush: Discography

KATE BUSH Released Double Album ‘AERIAL’ 15 Years Ago Today

7 November 2020

Album: AERIAL – 8th LP
Released: 7 November 2005 – 15 years ago

The Guardian: “Aerial sounds like an album made in isolation. On the down side, that means some of it seems dated. You can’t help feeling she might have thought twice about the lumpy funk of Joanni and the preponderance of fretless bass if she got out a bit more. But, on the plus side, it also means Aerial is literally incomparable… Daring to walk the line between the sublime and the demented is the point of Kate Bush’s entire oeuvre. On Aerial she achieves far, far more of the former than the latter.” Full review here. Score: 5/5.

Kate Bush: “Obviously I try to make the best music that I can, but after about two years of making an album, you start to worry: ‘Is it going to come out all right? Is it all going to sound churned out?'”

Full album…

KATE BUSH: Facebook

‘HOUNDS OF LOVE’ LP By KATE BUSH Released 35 Years Ago

17 September 2020

Artist: Kate Bush
Album: Hounds Of Love – her fifth LP

Released: 16 September 1985 – 35 years ago
Score: #1 in the UK and The Netherlands, #30 in the USA

Pitchfork review: “With her self-produced fifth album, Kate Bush became a total auteur, embracing the possibilities of digital sampling synthesizers and creating a perfect marriage of technique and exploration. She became the most musically serious and yet outwardly whimsical star of her time. She held onto her bucolic childhood and sustained her family’s support, feeding the wonder that’s never left her. Her subsequent records couldn’t surpass Hounds of Love’s perfect marriage of technique and exploration, but never has she made a false one.” Full review here. Score: 10/10.

“I wasn’t an easy, happy-go-lucky girl because I used to think about everything so much, and I think I probably still do.”Kate Bush

Singles: Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God / Cloudbusting / Hounds Of Love / The Big Sky

– RUNNING UP THAT HILL (A Deal With God) –




Full album…

KATE BUSH: Facebook