The Hounds - We've Got Love album
Hounds of Love is the fifth studio album by English singer-songwriter and musician Kate Bush, released by EMI Records on 16 September 1985. It was a commercial success and marked a return to the public eye for Bush after the relatively poor sales of her previous album, 1982's The Dreaming. The album's lead single, "Running Up That Hill", became one of Bush's biggest hits. The album's first side produced three further successful singles, "Cloudbusting", "Hounds of Love", and "The Big Sky".
We've Got Tonight is the fourteenth studio album by Kenny Rogers, released in 1983. It is also his last with Liberty Records before moving to RCA Nashville. The title cut, a duet with Sheena Easton, was the debut single and became one of Rogers' signature hits, soaring to on the country charts and on the Adult Contemporary chart, reaching on the Hot 100 chart.
Kate Bush's strongest album to date also marked her breakthrough into the American charts, and yielded a set of dazzling videos as well as an enviable body of hits, spearheaded by "Running Up That Hill," her biggest single since "Wuthering Heights. Strangely enough, Hounds of Love was no less complicated in its structure, imagery, and extra-musical references (even lifting a line of dialogue from Jacques Tourneur's Curse of the Demon for the intro of the title song) than The Dreaming, which had been roundly criticized for being too ambitious and complex.
We've Got Love Lyrics. We done pain and sorrow We done been through change We done had way better days, yes sir But I seen tomorrow I ain't see no rain Cause our sun's gonna shine again, yes it is. I been thinking ‘bout it Ain’t no way around it We got something that the world Just can't explain It was the one thing That makes it always work out It's cause we got love, love, love, love, love If we got nothin' else We got love It's cause we got love, love, love, love, love At least. that's something, yes We got love
Lyrics to "The Hounds Of Winter" song by Sting: Mercury falling I rise from my bed, Collect my thoughts together I have to hold my head It seems th. .I still see her face As beautiful as day It's easy to remember Remember my love that way All I hear is that lonesome sound The Hounds of Winter They follow me down. I still see her face As beautiful as day It's easy to remember Remember my love that way All I hear is that lonesome sound The Hounds of Winter They follow me down
Hounds of Love saw Bush reining in the kookier aspects of The Dreaming, channelling them into epic electro-pop that tackled big issues of life and death and God with gripping drama and intensity. Running Up That Hill" was one of the great singles of the '80s; "Cloudbusting" was string-driven, magically pretty; "Jig of Life" showed that Bush is one of the few pop artists who can flirt with Celtic mysticism without sounding twee or trite. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). That album had a few good songs, but it was like another point on a graph skewered by a line descending slightly but steadily down. However, Kate Bush needed that experimentation, and perhaps even failure, to create what is probably her masterpiece, Hounds of Love.
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|A||We've Got Love
Written-By – P.A. Russell
|B||She's Gone Now
Written-By – Mike Parlor
- Lead Guitar – Mike Parlor
- Lead Vocals – Mike Parlor
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped side A): 5669
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped side B): 5672
- Rights Society: GEMA