Music by Schoenberg, Mauersberger, Schütz, Hassler, Gjeilo, and Mahler Angels intermediaries between the visible and the invisible world arent always easily heard and seen. But when musical settings of texts give them expression and sound, they are there: in history and in the present, in war and in peace. Making this heard requires a high level of artistic skill, a solid sense of style, fine distinction and shaping of sound, as well as a sincere intensity in singing.
Anthology is the 24th album by Australian singer songwriter, Kate Ceberano. The album is a three-disc, 53-track greatest hits collection spanning her 30 year career and features all of her hits as well as rarities, live tracks, special projects, and duets with John Farnham, Ronan Keating, Paul Kelly, Wendy Matthews and David Campbell.
he album is a continuation of Bush's multi-layered and multiple musical pursuits and interests. If not her strongest work – a number of songs sound okay without being particularly stellar, especially given Bush's past heights – Red Shoes is still an enjoyable listen with a number of diversions…
Excellent addition to any rock music collection.
In general I don't like compilations, but this one gives a good idea of Kate's work up to 1986. I would have added just Hammer Horror but all the most impolrtant songs are present.
"Wuthering Heights" is the song that made her famouos in 1978. It was produced by David Gilmour and it has been remastered for this disc. I have the impression that the final solo is played by Sir David, but I can't be sure. The album sheet says that only vocals are new, but I think the guitar part has been re-recorder as well.