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    • ISBN:9780751562750
    • Publication date:22 Oct 2015

Kate

Inside the Rainbow

By John Carder Bush

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A unique collection of rare and unseen photographs of Kate Bush, taken by her brother, the photographer and writer John Carder Bush

A MUST-HAVE COLLECTION OF RARE AND UNSEEN PHOTOGRAPHS OF KATE BUSH.

WITH ESSAYS BY HER BROTHER, JOHN CARDER BUSH, ABOUT KATE'S LIFE AND CAREER.

Stunning and unique images from throughout Kate Bush's career including:

Outtakes from classic album shoots and never-before-seen photographs from The Dreaming and Hounds of Love sessions

Rare candid studio shots and behind-the-scenes stills from video sets, including 'Army Dreamers' and 'Running Up that Hill'

Includes original essays from Kate's brother:

From Cathy to Kate: Describes in vibrant detail their shared childhood and the whirlwind days of Kate's career

Chasing the Shot: A vivid evocation of John's experience of photographing his sister

'For me, each of these images forms part of a golden thread that shoots through the visual tapestry of Kate's remarkable career. Storytelling has always been the heartbeat of Kate's body of work, and it has been a privilege to capture these photographic illustrations that accompany those magical tales' John Carder Bush

Biographical Notes

John Carder Bush is a respected photographer and writer. His sister is the composer and musician Kate Bush, and John's poetry narration and backing vocals have been used on several of her albums. He headed the Kate Bush management team for twenty years and since her early childhood, and throughout her career, John has photographed Kate both candidly and professionally. His images have appeared on iconic album, single and magazine covers worldwide.

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  • ISBN: 9780751559903
  • Publication date: 22 Oct 2015
  • Page count: 288
  • Imprint: Sphere
Long-term Kate watchers will lose precious hours here, absorbing John Carder Bush's memories and thoughts... In the absence of an autobiography, Inside the Rainbow might be as close as anyone gets to the real Kate Bush — Mojo
Hachette Audio

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