Live at Hammersmith Odeon (Kate Bush album)

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Live at Hammersmith Odeon
Live album by
Released3 January 1994
Recorded13 May 1979
GenreAlternative rock, art rock, pop rock
LabelEMI on Picture Music International
ProducerKate Bush
Kate Bush chronology
The Red Shoes
Live at Hammersmith Odeon
Live at Hammersmith Odeon
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Video by
Recorded13 May 1979
GenreAlternative rock, art rock, pop rock
Length53 Minutes
LabelEMI on Picture Music International
DirectorKeith "Keef" MacMillan
ProducerKate Bush
Kate Bush chronology
Live at Hammersmith Odeon
The Single File

Live at Hammersmith Odeon is a 1994 live album by the British singer Kate Bush. It is a re-release of a video recording of the 1979 The Tour of Life, first released on home video in 1981, complete with a CD version of the video.[1]

The video and CD contain twelve songs from the tour, consisting mainly of songs from The Kick Inside and Lionheart with a new song "Violin"; which would subsequently appear on Bush's third studio album Never for Ever in 1980.

In September 1979, Bush released an EP of four tracks recorded at the final dates of her only major tour, called On Stage, which reached No. 10 in the UK singles chart.[2] The EP includes a performance of "L'Amour Looks Something Like You" which was cut from the abridged live album.

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Track listing[edit]

All tracks are written by Kate Bush.

2."Them Heavy People"4:02
4."Strange Phenomena"3:26
5."Hammer Horror"4:26
6."Don't Push Your Foot on the Heartbrake"4:00
8."Feel It"3:14
10."James and the Cold Gun"8:44
11."Oh England My Lionheart"3:23
12."Wuthering Heights"4:50



The following list is taken from the tour programme. Additional personnel may be involved.


Film crew[edit]

  • Kate Bush - producer, choreography
  • Keith McMillan - director
  • Richard Dellow, Barrie Dodd, Jim McCutcheon, Mike Morgan, Ron Tufnell - cinematographers
  • John Henshall - lighting
  • Joe French - unit production manager
  • Sarah King - production assistant
  • Sandy Field - title design


  1. ^ "Live at Hammersmith Odeon - Box Set".
  2. ^ "KATE BUSH │ Artist │ Official Charts". Retrieved 29 March 2014.
  3. ^ Dillard, Brian J.. Review: Kate Bush: Live at Hammersmith Odeon. AllMusic. Retrieved on 2010-07-26.