Very late to the game on this, but here's a cheeky contribution to the Kate Bush challenge :D
Kate Bush, Glen Miller Orchestra. Precious. The Devil gives me everything, except for what I need.
A male-vox take on an old classic. "Safety and danger are threaded through the song, via both a thoughtful lyric and a compulsive cello-driven melody. Even more startling, but hardly surprising, is the ease with which Bush was able to capture the moment when a child first realizes that adults are fallible." - Amy Hanson [more inside]
Kate Bush Remix #3. This one by request. [more inside]
This is an unplugged version of Kate Bush's Wuthering Heights that we recorded for a project at school. The arrangement was a joint effort, and I'm singing it. I got a terrible cold days before we were due for the studio, and thus this is not as good as it could have been. [more inside]
I guess I'm sort of a sucker for remixing ol' Kate. But it's hard to resist when her voice sounds good, and so many of her songs have stripped down arrangements that lend themselves well to sampling.