Hear This: A Gothic classic inspired Kate Bush’s debut single, and launched her career In Hear This , A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week: some great songs with prominent literary references. Kate Bush, “Wuthering Heights” (1978) Seeing as we live in the golden age of Kate Bush-influenced singer-songwriter-producers (see: this year’s releases by Joanna Newsom, Julia Holt..
Two of the most creative minds the British rock and roll world has ever produced, and they sound amazing together. It's unfortunate there is no good video of this performance.
Sarah Brightman & Andrea Bocelli - Time to say Goodbye 2013
I have T-Rex - Children of The Revolution non-stop in my head from that darn Fiat TV advertisement currently running ...and what is worse I remember it being a mind numbing ear worm in 1972 - But you won't fool the children of the revolution, No you won't fool the children of the revolution.
Harry's 2nd number from his wonderful BBC television special from 1971. "Gotta Get Up" is the opening number from his smash album from that same year, "Nilsson Schmilsson," and was one of many songs he wrote about starting a new day after a late night, a subject which he apparently knew a lot about.