Aerial

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Last seen on: –LA Times Crossword 29 May 21, Saturday
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Aerial is a 2005 album by the English singer-songwriter and musician Kate Bush, released twelve years after her 1993 album The Red Shoes. It is her eighth album, and her only double album to date.

Aerial is Bush’s first double album, and was released after a twelve-year absence from the music industry during which Bush devoted her time to family and the raising of her son, Bertie. The anticipation leading up to the album’s release was immense, with press articles devoted to Bush being printed months, even years before. Like Bush’s previous album, The Red Shoes, Aerial does not feature a cover photograph of Bush, but rather one that is emblematic of the album’s celebration of sky, sea, and birdsong. The cover image, which seems to show a mountain range at sunset reflected on the sea is in fact a waveform of a blackbird song superimposed over a glowing photograph.

Aerial is one of Bush’s most critically acclaimed albums. Musically, the album is a multi-layered work, incorporating elements of folk, Renaissance, classical, reggae, flamenco, and rock. As with 1985’s Hounds of Love, the album is divided into two thematically distinct collections. The first disc, subtitled A Sea of Honey, features a set of unrelated songs including the hit single “King of the Mountain”, a Renaissance-style ode to her son “Bertie”, performed with period instruments, and “Joanni”, based on the story of Joan of Arc. In the song ” π {\displaystyle \pi } “, Bush sings the number to its 78th decimal place, then from its 101st to its 137th decimal place. The piano and vocal piece “A Coral Room”, dealing with the loss of Bush’s mother and the passage of time, was hailed by critics as “stunning” in its simplicity, “profoundly moving” and as “one of the most beautiful” pieces Bush has ever recorded.

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