ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, DEC. 6, 1985
By Steve Newton
When Kate Bush was 15 years old, she thought it would be nice if she could get some of her songs published. There was a friend of her family who knew someone that was looking for talent to encourage and produce. That someone came and heard Kate’s songs, and was intrigued enough to put up the money needed to master a few demo tapes. Those masters were what got the career of Kate Bush rolling…right up to her highly acclaimed new album, Hounds of Love.
“He was really responsible for me getting my recording contract with EMI in the first place,” says Kate, who called the Straight from Toronto recently. That contract…
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