Jun 152011
 

Kate Bush’s 1985 pop classic Hounds of Love offers the most accessible entry point to the artist’s eclectic discography. It contains crowd-pleasers like “Running up that Hill” and “Hounds of Love,” while at the same time offering a taste of some of her more experimental pieces in the second half (known as “The Ninth Wave”). Now, the entire album is being honored by L.A.  songwriter railcars. Continue reading »