b/w Wuthering Heights

Them Heavy People  

b/w Man With The Child In His Eyes

Moving (Japan) Seiko promo front


Moving (Japan) Seiko promo rear


Moving (Japan) Seiko promo (1st pressing) center gatefold

(1st pressing center gatefold)

Moving (Japan) Seiko promo (2nd pressing) center gatefold

(2nd pressing center gatefold)

Country: Japan
Label/Number: EMI PRP 1046/1047
Release date: June, 1978
Chronology: An extremely rare, promo only two disc set, packaged in a custom gatefold sleeve.
Cover photos by Gered Mankowitz
Moving Lyrics
What it's about: Kate's tribute to her mime instructor, Lindsay Kemp.
Running time: 3:00
Wuthering Heights Lyrics
What it's about: Kate's nod to Emily Bronte's classic romance novel. (More specifically, the ending, where Cathy comes back as a spirit to claim Heathcliff's soul.)
Running time: 4:26
Them Heavy People Lyrics
What it's about: Religion, and the teachings of Jesus, Gurdjieff, or whomever one believes in, are vehicles that enable us to unleash the powers we hold inside ourselves.
Running time: 3:05
The Man With The Child In His Eyes Lyrics
What it's about: A young girl fantasizes about an aging Peter Pan-like character who still retains his childlike innocence. It's one of Kate's earliest works; she began writing it at the age of 14.
Running time: 2:37 (LP mix)
This is one of the rarest 7" vinyl singles in existence.  There are two pressings.  The first, allegedly limited to only 25 copies, features Kate on a motorcycle on the inside right.  Scan courtesy of Dwight.
A second pressing of 200 followed. It's easily distinguishable from the first -- the motorcycle pic was replaced by song lyrics.  Both versions are shown above.
This single set was produced when Kate took her first promotional tour of Japan in June, 1978. While there, EMI issued it as part of a series of advertisements for Seiko watches, Kate's only commercial product endorsement to date.
For commercial release, EMI split the gatefold and issued the discs as two separate singles. The cover images were retained, but they were issued as picture inserts (instead of regular pocket-type sleeves).

Go to: 7" Single Index 7" Pictorial Chronology