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Never For Ever
Folk Rock, Art Rock, Synth-pop
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Never for Ever is the third studio album by English singer-songwriter Kate Bush. Released in September 1980, it was Bush's first number 1 album and was also the first ever album by a British female solo artist to top the UK album chart, as well as being the first album by any female solo artist to enter the chart at number 1. It has since been certified Gold by the BPI. It features the UK Top 20 singles "Breathing", "Army Dreamers" and "Babooshka", the latter being one of Bush's biggest hits

Army Dreamers" is a 1980 song, the third and final single to be released from the album Never for Ever, by Kate Bush. It was a UK top 20 hit in October 1980. Army Dreamers" was released on 22 September 1980 and peaked at number 16 in the UK Singles Chart. The song is about the effects of war and about a mother who grieves for her young adult son, who was killed on military manoeuvres.

About Never for Ever. Never for Ever Q&A. Producers Jon Kelly & Kate Bush. Acoustic Guitar Alan Murphy & Brian Bath. Assistant Engineer John Barratt, John Barrett & Jon Jacobs.

Never for Ever entered the UK album chart on (week-ending) 20 September 1980 at N. It remained there for one week, staying on the top 75 for a total of 23 weeks. The album became Bush's first record to reach the top position in the UK album charts, also making her the first female British solo artist to achieve. Technically, Never for Ever is the first studio album (.

Kate Bush-Never For Ever-1980 - Delius (Song of Summer) 02:50. Kate Bush - (1980) - Never For Ever - 04 - All We Ever Look For 03:49. Kate Bush - Never For Ever, 1980 - 04. All We Ever Look For 03:49.

Never for Ever has Kate Bush sounding vocally stable and more confident, taking what she had put into her debut single "Wuthering Heights" from 1978 and administering those facets into most of the album's content. Never for Ever went to number one in the . on the strength of three singles that made her country's Top 20. Both "Breathing" and "Army Dreamers" went to number 16, while "Babooshka" was her first Top Five single since "Wuthering Heights. Bush's dramatics and theatrical approach to singing begin to solidify on Never.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Babooshka
Backing Vocals – Gary Hurst, Paddy BushBalalaika – Paddy BushDrums – Stuart ElliottElectric Bass – John GiblinElectric Guitar – Alan Murphy, Brian BathElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Max MiddletonSynthesizer [C.S.80] – Kate Bush
2 Delius (Song Of Summer)
Electric Guitar – Alan MurphyPercussion – Roland Percussion [Additional] – Preston HeymanPerformer [Delius], Sitar – Paddy BushVoice [Bass] – Ian Bairnson, Paddy Bush
3 Blow Away (For Bill)
Acoustic Guitar – Brian BathArranged By [String Arrangement] – Max MiddletonDrums – Preston HeymanElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Max MiddletonFretless Bass – Del PalmerPercussion – Preston HeymanStrings – The Martin Ford Orchestra*
4 All We Ever Look For
Acoustic Guitar – Alan Murphy, Brian BathBacking Vocals – Andrew Bryant, Gary Hurst, Paddy Bush, Preston HeymanKoto – Paddy BushSampler [Fairlight] – Duncan MackaySynthesizer [Yamaha CS80] – Kate BushTimpani – Morris Pert
5 Egypt
Backing Vocals – Paddy BushDrums – Preston HeymanElectric Bass – Del PalmerElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Max MiddletonPercussion – Preston HeymanPsaltery [Strumento De Porco] – Paddy BushSynthesizer [Mini-moog] – Max MiddletonSynthesizer [Prophet 5] – Mike Moran
6 The Wedding List
Arranged By [Strings Arrangement] – Max MiddletonBacking Vocals – Brian Bath, Paddy Bush, Preston HeymanBass – Del PalmerDrums – Preston HeymanElectric Guitar – Alan Murphy, Brian BathElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Max MiddletonHarmonica, Saw [Musical Saw] – Paddy BushPercussion – Preston HeymanStrings – Martin Ford Orchestra*
7 Violin
Drums – Preston HeymanElectric Bass – Del PalmerElectric Guitar – Alan Murphy, Brian BathPerformer [Banshee] – Paddy BushSoloist, Guitar – Alan MurphyViolin – Kevin Burke
8 The Infant Kiss
Arranged By [String Arrangement] – Adam Sceaping*, Jo Sceaping*Electric Guitar – Alan MurphyStrings [Lironi] – Jo Sceaping*Viol – Adam Sceaping*
9 Night Scented Stock 0:52
10 Army Dreamers
Acoustic Bass [Acoustic Bass Guitar] – Alan MurphyAcoustic Guitar – Brian BathBacking Vocals – Alan Murphy, Brian Bath, Paddy BushBodhrán [Bodhran] – Stuart ElliottElectric Guitar – Alan MurphyMandolin – Paddy BushSampler [Fairlight] – Duncan Mackay
11 Breathing
Backing Vocals – Roy HarperDrums – Stuart ElliottElectric Guitar – Alan Murphy, Brian BathElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Max MiddletonFretless Bass – John GiblinPercussion – Morris PertSynthesizer [Prophet] – Larry Fast

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Kate Bush Music Ltd.
  • Published By – EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
  • Made By – PDO, Germany


  • Arranged By, Written-By – Kate Bush
  • Art Direction – Kate Bush
  • Artwork [Co-ordination] – Paul Maxwell Ltd.
  • Cover [Back Cover Concept], Photography By – John Carder Bush
  • Cover [Front], Artwork [Centre] – Nick Price
  • Engineer – Jon Kelly
  • Engineer [Assistant At Abbey Road Studios] – John Barratt
  • Engineer [Assistant At Air Studios] – Jon Jacobs
  • Other [Costume Design] – Gini Hardy
  • Producer – Jon Kelly, Kate Bush
  • Typography [Lettering] – Carol Bennett
  • Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Piano, Harmony Vocals [Harmonies] – Kate Bush


CD in standard jewel case.

Silver CD with black text indicates a West German pressing that has had additional text in Hebrew applied during manufacture. 'Made in West Germany' has been overwritten on the CD.

This CD is a promotional issue featuring additional promotional text in Hebrew and supplied without back insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: CDP 7 46360 2 2896 816 01 ∗ MADE IN W. GERMANY BY PDO HANOVER
  • Label Code: LC 0542
  • Other (SPARS Code): AAD

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EMA 794 Kate Bush Never For Ever ‎(LP, Album, Gat) EMI EMA 794 UK 1980
32 404 6 Kate Bush Never For Ever ‎(LP, Album, Clu) EMI 32 404 6 Germany 1980
P-2980 Kate Bush Never For Ever ‎(Cass, Album) Premier Super P-2980 1980
4XT-6476 Kate Bush Never For Ever ‎(Cass, Album) Capitol Records 4XT-6476 Canada 1980
CP32-5276 Kate Bush Never For Ever ‎(CD, Album) EMI CP32-5276 Japan 1987