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17. Earthling

Earthing” is David Bowie’s 23rd studio album and was originally released on 3rd February 1997.

After releasing the epic “1. Outside” album in 1995, the original idea had been to release a new album each year up until the new millennium, continuing the concept of Nathan Adler and the “art crimes”, finally solving who the horrid murderer was with album number 5. 1,554 more words

Ed Sykes 'Whiplashed' single - reviews and news round-up

Some nice reviews in for ‘Whiplashed’ the forthcoming Ed Sykes single released on 8th June:

“Summoning the glam rock’n’roll 70s spirit of Bowie, Mott and the Stones, ‘Whiplashed’ includes a guest contribution from The Pretty Things’ Jon Povey, while a cover of ‘Ziggy Stardust’ on the b-side features Bowie’s longtime pianist Mike Garson” 101 more words

News: ‘Whiplashed’ - like a rock ‘n’ roll time capsule, debut single from Ed Sykes ‘Whiplashed’ b/w ‘Ziggy Stardust’ (featuring legendary Bowie pianist Mike Garson)

Released: Maniac Squat Records 8th June 2018

Cat no: MSL2018V008

‘Whiplashed’ is the long-awaited debut solo single from Bury St Edmunds singer, song-writer and producer, … 944 more words

19. Pin Ups

Pin Ups” is David Bowie’s 7th studio album and was originally released on 19th October 1973.

On 3rd July 1973, David Bowie famously killed off Ziggy Stardust and declared he would never tour again. 2,032 more words


22. Reality

Reality” is David Bowie’s 26th studio album and was originally released on 16 September 2003.

The quality of album is beginning to really jump up here with “Reality”, the album that looked for many a long year to be the last Bowie might ever record. 1,769 more words


26. The Buddha of Suburbia

The Buddha of Suburbia” is David Bowie’s 21st studio album (although it’s officially classed as a soundtrack) and was originally released on 8 November 1993. 1,492 more words


Music Park: Celebrating David Bowie @ The Fillmore Silver Spring -- 2/10/18

Mike Garson regales the audience with a tale of David Bowie at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Feb. 10, 2018. (Photo by Jason Nicholson)

Imagine if David Bowie, alive and healthy today, were to hit the road for a tour. 985 more words

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