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Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” is one of the biggest hits of the summer. It peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, just behind monster hits by Lizzo and Harry Styles.

Fans want to know if there’s going to be some attention when the nominations for the 65th Annual Grammy Awards are announced on November 15. Besides being a major hit, “Running Up That Hill” is the kind of record that Grammy voters often respond to—both classy and accessible.

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Bush first released the recording in 1985, so it would not qualify for Record of the Year, although it may have been a live or alternative recording. The Recording Academy’s current Grammy rulebook states: “A song … must have been released on a recording for the first time, or achieved prominence for the first time during the current eligibility year.”

How did this song fare with the Grammy voters in 1985? It was not even nominated, although it turned out to be quite late in the eligibility year (on August 5, 1985, less than two months before the eligibility year ended on September 30). It peaked at number 30 on the Hot 100 on November 30. It’s not bad, but it’s well below the level that a record typically requires to enroll in a marquee category.

All five of 1985’s nominees for Record of the Year were top 10 hits on the Hot 100; Three of them were No. 1 hits. Of that year’s five nominees for Best Pop Vocal Performance, four were women’s top five hits on the Hot 100. (Longtime Grammy favorite Linda Ronstadt rounded out the category lush LifeHer follow-up to her smash album What’s new,

Bush has never been a Grammy favorite. She has received just three nominations and has never won. Also, his only nomination was for recording. The other two were for music videos.

It was his sixth album to receive only one Grammy nomination out of his 10 studio albums. sensual world, which won the 1990 Award for Best Alternative Music Performance. In the first year of that category, Bush lost to Sinead O’Connor. i don’t want what i didn’t get,

Bush’s other two nominations were for music videos. “The Whole Story” was nominated for Best Concept Music Video (1987), but lost to Genesis’s “Land of Confusion”. “The Line, the Cross and the Curve” was nominated for Best Music Video, Long-Form (1995), but lost to Peter Gabriel. secret world live,

Bush and Gabriel had a “Don’t Give Up” collab on their 1986 album. So, which was an album of Contenders of the Year. Under current Grammy rules, Bush would be nominated as a featured artist on the album, but that was not the case then. Only those who received nominations when So Gabriel as artist and co-producer and Daniel Lanois as co-producer were in the running for album of the year.

The Recording Academy is far more liberal nowadays (perhaps to a fault). Grammys for Album of the Year are awarded to any and all major and featured artists, songwriters, producers, recording engineers, mixers and mastering engineers of new material. The Grammys draw the line on arrangers and songwriters of sampled or interpolated material, but even they qualify for the certificate.

The Success of “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” Could Help Move Stranger Things: Music from the Netflix Original Series, Season 4 For a Grammy nomination for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media. companion album to the second season of strange things Nominated in this category four years ago, but lost Greatest showman.

Stranger Things: Music from the Netflix Original Series, Season 4 To win in the category would be the second compilation soundtrack from a TV show, the following Boardwalk Empire: Volume 1, who won 10 years ago.

But even if the album wins, Bush is unlikely to win. Awards in this category usually go to the compilation producer and music supervisor. It goes to the artist only when the artist dominates the album, as Andra Dey did last year. United States vs Billie Holiday category won. with strange things, each of the album’s 16 tracks were recorded by a different artist. From the current rulebook: “Awards to key artists who have contributed significantly, and/or to the in-studio producers of most of the album’s tracks. In their absence, to the concept and musical direction of the album, and to the selection of artists, songs, and producers.” Rewards, as applicable, to the person(s) actively responsible.

At the rate she’s going, Bush could get a lifetime achievement award from the Recording Academy before winning a Grammy in competition. Which, to think about it, wouldn’t be a bad way to recognize this unique artist and his extraordinary, long-delayed hits.

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Reference from www.billboard.com

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