50 Words for Snow

Revealed 


It’s just past midnight and it feels like Christmas! 
All the reviews read unanimous,
Kate’s ten studio album, 50 Words For Snow, is her latest masterpiece.


A formidable tour de force, Kate releases not only one, but a second album in one year! Director’s Cut revisited a patchwork of old songs revamped to suit her taste as fully finished work… In its footsteps follows a mystical album, fresh from her world. For your pleasure: Kate’s home site: Fish People

It is a seasonal hymn to joy, as much as Aerial in its very own right.


It is currently downloading in ” my little black box” (iPod’s) iTunes… It is already imprinted in my heart. And if you want to give it a first listen before you order it, 
please visit: 50 Words For Snow 

Thank you, Kate, for a wonderful
album. Wild Man was a magical hors d’oeuvre!


With all the very best wishes, Kate & The Fish People! 

With grateful, very grateful thanks for the photographs,
they are wonderful!
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2 Comments

Filed under geopoetics, poetry, review, snow, spirit, winter, writing, Yuletide

2 responses to “50 Words for Snow

  1. Thank You Nat on reading the word Snow my memories raced back to last years terrible winter & I sit here shivering.I am so pleased to read that your photographs have brought you such success & truly appreciate the gift that you have given to us by sharing Kate's new album. x

  2. Oh, goodness, Mel, those wonderful photographs are NOT mine – I hope I have not misled you! I merely credited their author my own way with the words, "Grateful, very grateful thanks". Have "borrowed" them from Ms Bush for the purpose of this post. Yes, the word "Snow" may resurrect some dark memories, however, Kate's turned the concept in a fabulous way! This new album is magical. Enjoy 🙂 x

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