Kashka From Baghdad - Kate Bush - Lionheart

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  • <cite class="fn">Arashizahn </cite>
    Kate got the idea for the song while she was watching TV. She explained in a BBC Radio 1 interview: "That actually came from a very strange American detective series that I caught a couple of years ago, and there was a musical theme that they kept putting in.
  • <cite class="fn">Kegrel </cite>
    So does ‘Oh England My Lionheart’ with its beautiful harpsichord a highlight, and the sensual ‘Kashka from Baghdad’ with its exploration of the mysteries of homosexual passion. What really makes Lionheart an improvement (if marginal) on The Kick Inside is Kate’s first two genuine masterpieces or near-masterpieces/5(90).
  • <cite class="fn">Sharisar </cite>
    As a result of this pressure to put more product on the shelves, Kate Bush’s sophomore album, Lionheart, was released in late , and given the fact she had three years to put together her debut, chances are that it was always going to pale in comparison/5(90).
  • <cite class="fn">Dijinn </cite>
    Lionheart is, however, a successful and confident follow-up that doesn't just repeat the formula of the fantastic debut, while still remaining similar enough to likely please those who enjoy it. And while far from being the most ambitious record that Kate Bush would ever make, it does have a nice amount of variety to keep the 37 minutes /5(90).
  • <cite class="fn">Dalmaran </cite>
    Kate Bush performing 'Kashka From Baghdad' live on Ask Aspel, BBC (UK), Song written by Kate Bush, dating back to It was released on Kate's second album Lionheart.
  • <cite class="fn">Shaktizahn </cite>
    Kate Bush. Catherine "Kate" Bush (born 30 July ) is an English singer-songwriter, musician and record producer. Her eclectic musical style and idiosyncratic vocal style have made her one of the United Kingdom's most successful solo female performers of the past 30 years.
  • <cite class="fn">Vosida </cite>
    A long time ago I too wondered whether or not "Kashka from Baghdad" is about two male lovers or a more traditional affair. I thought that the name "Kashka" is a female name, so my predilection was in favor of a heterosexual affair. I don't know why I thought the name Kashka is a female name -- it just sounded female to me.
  • <cite class="fn">Gulrajas </cite>
    Bush Kate Lionheart Kashka From Baghdad Kashka from Baghdad lives in sin they say, With another man, But no-one knows who. Old friends never call there, Some wonder if life's inside at all, If there's life inside at all. But we know the lady who rents the room, She catches them calling a la lune. Chorus At night they're seen, Laughing, loving, They know the way.
  • <cite class="fn">Dainris </cite>
    Kashka from Baghdad lives in sin they say With another man But no-one knows who Old friends never call there Some wonder if life's inside at all If there's life inside at all But we know the lady who rents the room She catches them calling à la lune [Chorus:] At night they're seen Laughing, loving They know the way To be happy They never go for walks Maybe it's because the moon's not bright 4/5(2).

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