Kate Bush – The Dreaming (1982)

The Dreaming is the fourth studio album by singer, composer, and performance artist Kate Bush, released on September 13, 1982, on EMI.

Tracklist:
A1. “Sat in Your Lap” (3:29)
A2. “There Goes a Tenner” (3:24)
A3. “Pull Out the Pin” (5:26)
A4. “Suspended in Gaffa” (3:54)
A5. “Leave It Open” (3:20)
B1. “The Dreaming” (4:41)
B2. “Night of the Swallow” (5:22)
B3. “All the Love” (4:29)
B4. “Houdini” (3:48)
B5. “Get Out of My House” (5:25)

Credits:
Kate Bush – vocals, piano, Fairlight CMI synthesizer (1, 2, 5–10), Yamaha CS-80 (2), strings (4)
Paddy Bush – sticks (1), mandolins and strings (4), bullroarer (6)
Geoff Downes – Fairlight CMI trumpet section (1)
Jimmy Bain – bass guitar (1, 5, 10)
Del Palmer – bass guitar (2, 4, 8), fretless and 8 string bass (7)
Preston Heyman – drums (1, 3, 5, 10), sticks (1)
Stuart Elliott – drums (2, 4, 6–9), sticks (4), percussion (8)
Dave Lawson – Synclavier (2, 4)
Brian Bath – electric guitar (3)
Danny Thompson – string bass (3)
Ian Bairnson – acoustic guitar (5)
Alan Murphy – electric guitar (5, 10)
Rolf Harris – digeridoo (6)[a]
Liam O’Flynn – penny whistle and uilleann pipes (7)
Seán Keane – fiddle (7)
Dónal Lunny – bouzouki (7)
Eberhard Weber – double bass (9)

Paddy Bush, Ian Bairnson, Stewart Arnold and Gary Hurst – backing vocals (1)
Paddy Bush – backing vocals (6, 10)
David Gilmour – backing vocals (3)
Percy Edwards – animals (6)
Gosfield Goers – crowd (6)
Richard Thornton – choirboy (8)
Gordon Farrell – “Houdini” (9)
Del Palmer – “Rosabel Believe” (9)
Paul Hardiman – “Eeyore” (10)
Esmail Sheikh – drum talk (10)

Kate Bush – producer
Paul Hardiman – recording engineer at Advision and Odyssey Studios, all mixes at Advision Studios
Teri Reed, David Taylor – assistant engineers
David Taylor – mixing assistant
Haydn Bendall – engineer at Abbey Road Studios
Danny Dawson and John Barrett – assistant engineers
Hugh Padgham and Nick Launay – engineer at Townhouse Studios
George Chambers, Howard Gray and Nick Cook – assistant engineers
Peter Wooliscroft – digital editing
Ian Cooper – mastering engineer

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