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Starman as Jazzman

With the usual hype beginning to emerge people seem to forget that Bowie had such a deep sense of musical discrimination, allowing his musicians to get on with it, one of the most notable cases being that of jazz musician Mike Garson ( 250 more words


From the archives: David Bowie - 1. Outside - originally published in "JAM Entertainment"

It has been 20 years since I first reviewed David Bowie’s 1. Outside, which first saw official release on Sept. 25, 1995 in the U.K. 1,456 more words


From the Archives: David Bowie's Heathen and Reality reissues on the way; Read my original review of Reality-

While we’re sharing old David Bowie reviews along with reissue news, it’s only been a few years since we mentioned that Bowie’s brilliant 2002 album  1,034 more words


Author of Bowie's Piano Man: "This is a book about creativity and finding artistic and developmental meaning in life"

Even though it totaled over 15,000 words and was spread out across five parts, one of the most popular posts on this blog remains an archival piece on pianist… 923 more words


Beer Me: Winners at the 2015 Okanagan Fest-of-Ale

I was honoured to be one of eight judges at the 20th Okanagan Fest-of-Ale in Penticton last weekend. It was my first time at the event — as a visitor or a judge — and it’s definitely one I’ll add to my calendar.  322 more words