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Kate Bush hopes we liked 'Running Up That Hill'
But it seems that piano player Kate Bush still has time to think about whether we enjoyed hearing a new version of one of her tracks when it was used at a much-viewed event recently.
"I hope you all enjoyed the remix of Running Up That Hill this evening at the Olympics Closing Ceremony," the Hounds of Love crooner has told visitors to her website.
"They certainly put on a brilliant show," the songstress added.
Kate Bush's many LPs include The Kick Inside – her first, and home to singles such as Wuthering Heights. The swiftly-released follow-up was called Lionheart, and was home to singles such as Wow.
Among her subsequent LPs were Hounds of Love (the record that contained the original version of Running Up That Hill) and her most recent, 50 Words For Snow, which emerged just last year.
Published by KT.Posted on 14 Aug 2012 12:46 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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