#HitsByYears – 1978

I barely hear one of her songs on the radio anymore. But that doesn’t change the fact that we all know many of her songs. Most of all, due to her specific voice and music style.

Wuthering Heights – Kate Bush

Feel free to add or mention in the comments your favorite song of 1978 and the memory that connects you with it.

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Your right Ericka, it is a rare occurrence to hear her on the airwaves. We will have to invest in a worldwide radio frequency that will only do us 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s cool dudes. Keep us in music heaven for a century or two ❀️ πŸ™πŸ½ πŸ¦‹ πŸ˜‚ 🀣

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Haha, I like that one radio station in the US which I always listen to in the care when visiting my beloved California. That radio station only plays songs of the 70s and 80s. Awesome!

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I’m afraid I live with a choice of three radio stations…opera, a station that is lost in chatter and the one I listen to that gives a little burst of modern, some oldies and will get excited occasionally with someone I like.
I’ll never forget a program I once heard where they played, and apparently they do this with different bands, people etc, an hours long recording of their lives. How they got together, the songs they created, where they played as they got more well known. And throughout it all they would play those complete songs as they came to when they were created. Even to the point on the ideas of how they came about. It was fantastic to listen to. One particular one was Pink Floyd, it was amazing how they produced The Great Gig In The Sky on their album Dark Side Of The Moon. Clare Torry sang the vocals and not a work was spoken. But the power in her voice was amazing πŸ˜€ ❀️ πŸ™πŸ½ πŸ¦‹

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That’s actually cool! I have to say that when I listen to the radio it is in the car when I drive to work or at home in the background or while cooking. I hear the songs, I swing to them, I sing to them but I barely listen to any documentary (except in the car when I cannot leave the room… lol).

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An earlier comment ran into problems accessing your Blog … so, at the risk of duplication, I’ll try again!

Just have to admire her physical fluidity and her rather “different” vocals, but she was very experimental in her music. I loved (and still love) her duet with Peter Gabriel in “Don’t Give Up.” πŸ™‚

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I have to check but since this comment came through regularly, I don’t think you ended up in the spam folder.
Oh, yes, that duet is beautiful and I like it a lot too. Her way of singing, her voice and her style were very unique. That difference made her songs so special.

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