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Monday, Nov. 28, 2011

50 Words for Snow (Anti-)

Although her videos were popular in the '80s, Kate Bush never grew beyond cult status in the United States. Yet her example inspired the next generation of venturesome women in rock—Tori Amos and Björk are among those who looked to her as a model...
Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Director's Cut (Fish People)

It's always been a temptation and/or dilemma for an artist: Should I continue to rework my painting, sculpture or poem until it's perfect? Can perfection ever be reached? And how would we know? With technology making it easy for musicians to reach inside their old work, Kate Bush revisited tracks from...
09.13.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By David Luhrssen
Amnesty International put itself at the forefront of popular culture in the �70s when�years before Live AID�it inaugurated a series of �Secret Policeman�s Balls� to call attention to oppression in nations all over the world. The wonderful effect of Amnesty�s efforts was to show-up the Stalinists of the Left for the fools and hypocrites they were, those apologists for the East Bloc and the Berlin...