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What are YOUR Favourite Bowie Songs of All Time?

Mojo just published “David Bowie’s 100 Greatest Songs”. I’m somewhat disappointed with it, so I’ve compiled my very own playlist! Hope you enjoy it; and why not compile and share your Bowie playlist TODAY? 39 more words

Sound And Vision

Inspiration: Ziggy Stardust

I think it’s time we talked about David Bowie.

Specifically Ziggy-Stardust-era David Bowie.

Specifically his knit onesies (jumpsuits?).

Have you seen these?  And if, so did you realize they were knit? 159 more words


Bowie Symposium

Presentation files and some reactions from the Twitter-verse for my talk, Tin Can Blues: Moonage, Earthrise & Bowie, at the Stardom and Celebrity of David Bowie… 652 more words

The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars

There are a few accolades that this album is worthy of:

1. One of the best albums of ’72, a great year as it featured a couple of magna opera in the form of contributions from people as renowned (posthumously in Drake’s case) as Lou Reed, Nick Drake and the Rolling Stones as well as three noteworthy MPB albums, which are always at quite a high standard, one of which ( 481 more words


Odyssey to 2001: Top 5 Space Tunes

As voted by you, my fellow earthlings, the next year in my time travels will be the official start of our current millennium.

The year 2001. 167 more words

The theatricality of David Bowie

Pour beaucoup, David Bowie c’est (à tort) « le chanteur aux yeux verrons ». Pour d’autres, c’est « l’Anglais à l’éclair rouge sur le visage qui chante Heroes », ou bien le compagnon de débauche du Velvet Underground de Lou Reed/Andy Warhol et d’Iggy Pop (pendant leurs époques newyorkaises et berlinoises communes et respectives). 1,298 more words


David Bowie Holy S(hroud)yndrome

How i cried and sighed deeply at la Philarmonie de Paris: David Bowie IS, the retrospective has ended today. David Bowie Is comes from V&A, passing through a clever theater documentary, which worm out money of the unlucky guys who couldn’t have visited in London. 941 more words