Music: All-Time Kate Bush video favorites

A selection of our all-time video favorites by Kate Bush available online:

Click on the images below for the links (multimedia)

Babooshka                                                                Wuthering heights
link to YouTube Video link to YouTube Video

link to YouTube Video link to YouTube Video

Running up that hill                                                   The Man with the Child in his Eyes

Two more videos that need to be mentioned: Pete Gabriel & Kate Bush: Don’t Give Up and the hugging version

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