late night listening

Geopoetical rhythms


Over the winter, late nights have unveiled magic. Magic of Northern Lights, listening to night, turn of the tide, gale, gusts or breeze…


I love the sounds of earthly moments that take you away from the consistent bombardment of a “noisy” world in its many forms. Tonight, the wind has dropped and I imagine rainfall between The Minch and the island. 


And then, music comes through the hut. Piano and voice. Kate Bush’s music plays late tonight too. I was in the middle of “Misty” when I interrupted that wonderful song for a rare interview with Kate. And what an interview! 


Please click here for a moment of joy, punctuated with Kate’s giggles and humanity.


Some great insight into her world.
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