Released as the sole single from Kate Bush’s 2005 album Aerial, King of the Mountain is an art rock song which describes Kate’s wondering if the late Elvis Presley is still alive someplace. Written in F major, and nearly 10 years before most other tracks, it follows a chord progression of F-Ab-Bb-Eb in the verses and choruses with an alternative Ab-Eb-F in the refrain. The song was Kate Bush’s 2005 surprise return after a hiatus of 12 years.
Kate Bush's eighth studio album, Aerial, was released on double CD and vinyl in November 2005. The album single "King of the Mountain", had its premiere on BBC Radio 2 two months prior. The single entered the UK Downloads Chart at number six, and would become Bush's ng single ever in the UK, peaking at number. four on the full chart. Aerial entered the UK albums chart at number three, and the US chart at number 4. .Aerial, as on Hounds of Love (1985), is divided into two sections, each with its own theme and mood.
Aerial is the eighth studio album by the English singer-songwriter and musician Kate Bush, released in 2005, twelve years after her 1993 album The Red Shoes. It is her only double album to date. Aerial is Bush's first double album, and was released after a twelve-year absence from the music industry during which Bush devoted her time to family and the raising of her son, Bertie.
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King of the Mountain" is a song by British singer-songwriter Kate Bush. Taken from her album Aerial, it was released in 2005 and is the album's only single. The song was written and produced by Bush. The track was left off the Spillane album as it didn't fit with the sound of the rest of the record and before the 2005 release, Bush's version of "Sexual Healing" had only been heard publicly once, at the 1994 Kate Bush fan club convention in the Hippodrome, London. Upon its release, the single was an immediate success by entering the UK charts at No. 4, thus becoming Bush's first top ten single in nearly 20 years (since "Don't Give Up", her duet with Peter Gabriel, reached No. 9 in 1986)
King Of The Mountain' is taken from the forthcoming double album 'Aerial' 'King Of The Mountain' Published by Kate Bush trading as Noble and Brite.
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