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David Bowie and Blackstar: The reclusive rock god is still a star man

Approaching his 70th year, David Bowie has made the most extreme album of his career

Andy Gill | Tuesday 22 December 2015

David Bowie is not like other men. There are those eyes, for starters: so like an alien, he was an obvious choice to play the lead in The Man Who Fell to Earth from the first moment he transfixed director Nicolas Roeg with that asymmetrical stare. Less flippantly, there's the way he's treated pop music as a platform for role-playing, in terms of both music and character. Traditionally, pop stars located the source of their appeal early on, and stuck rigidly to it. Only when a gifted few challenged this showbiz assumption did the notion of progress, of career development, shift from the purely commercial towards something more artistically intriguing.

And none was more intriguing than Bowie, the first star to wield androgyny with such shameless sexual provocation that he not only created a new genre, but helped overturn generations of antediluvian attitudes. He then darted off on different artistic and theatrical tangents at a dizzying pace that challenged his fanbase to keep up with him as he developed and discarded the series of personae through which he seemed to channel his creativity...

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MessagePosté le: Mer 23 Déc - 09:41 (2015)    Sujet du message: US and German Rolling Stone ★ feature Répondre en citant





22 DECEMBER 2015

US and German Rolling Stone ★ feature

“And tomorrows of rich surprise”

The current issue (December 17-31, 2015) of Rolling Stone magazine in the US, has a two-page feature by Andy Greene titled: Bowie’s Newest Surprise, which is subtitled: “Secret meetings, jazz musicians and lots of Kendrik Lamar: Inside the sessions for Bowie’s adventurous new LP, Blackstar”.
Rolling Stone Deutschland has translated Andy’s piece for its German audience and put Bowie on the cover for good measure. (The US cover has characters from a film about an interplanetary war among the stars that seems a bit far-fetched.)
There is also a four star review of ★ by Markus Schneider in the German issue and elsewhere in the mag there’s an appreciation of other albums in the Bowie canon that Rolling Stone Deutschland considers ground-breaking along with ★, such as Low, Lodger, The Buddha Of Suburbia, Outside and Earthling.

#RollingStoneBowie #Blackstar #Imablackstar #RSUS #RSDE

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MessagePosté le: Mer 23 Déc - 09:49 (2015)    Sujet du message: David Bowie's Blackstar - exclusive first review: A Bowie desperate to break with the past Répondre en citant


David Bowie's Blackstar - exclusive first review: A Bowie desperate to break with the past

Bowie’s back – again – but his forthcoming album takes him in a strange new direction

Andy Gill | Tuesday 22 December 2015

Usually, singers become more mainstream as they age, their catalogue more likely to be expanded via the Great American Songbook than personal inspiration. But on his 69th birthday early in January, David Bowie releases the most extreme album of his entire career: Blackstar is as far as he's strayed from pop.

On “Girl Loves Me”, the brooding horn shadings offer ominous accompaniment to Bowie's quirky delivery of a cipher-song incorporating elements of the Nadsat vocabulary of A Clockwork Orange and the gay code-language polari, while the 10-minute title track sketches an execution ritual amid a miasmic, Middle-Eastern wash of strings and scrabbling sax...

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Blackstar
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Blackstar | David Bowie | ISO/Columbia

BY DAVID FRICKE | December 23, 2015

The arty, unsettling 'Blackstar' is Bowie's best anti-pop masterpiece since the Seventies

Three years ago, with little warning, David Bowie ended a decade-long break from studio releases with The Next Day. The second album he's released since that unexpected return to the limelight is an even greater surprise: one of the most aggressively experimental records the singer has ever made. Produced with longtime collaborator Tony Visconti and cut with a small combo of New York-based jazz musicians whose sound is wreathed in arctic electronics, Blackstar is a ricochet of textural eccentricity and pictorial-shrapnel writing. It's confounding on first impact: the firm swing and giddy vulgarity of " 'Tis a Pity She Was a Whore"; Bowie's croons and groans, like a doo-wop Kraftwerk, in the sexual dystopia of "Girl Loves Me"; the spare beaten-spirit soul of "Dollar Days." But the mounting effect is wickedly compelling. This album represents Bowie's most fulfilling spin away from glam-legend pop charm since 1977's Low. Blackstar is that strange, and that good.

The longest reach is up front, in the episodic, ceremonial noir of the title track. Bowie's gauzy vocal prayer and wordless spectral harmonies hover over a drum-loop seizure; saxophonist Donny McCaslin laces the stutter and chill like Andy Mackay in early-Seventies Roxy Music. The song drops to a blues-ballad stroll, but it is an eerie calm with unsettling allusions to violent sacrifice, especially given recent events. (No who or why is specified, but McCaslin has said the song is "about ISIS.") "Something happened on the day he died/Spirit rose a meter, then stepped aside," Bowie sings with what sounds like numbed grace. "Somebody else took his place and bravely cried: I'm a blackstar." His use of an ideogram for the album's title makes sense here – there is no light at the end of this tale.

The album includes a dynamic honing of Bowie's 2014 single "Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)" with less brass and more malevolent programming; the title song from his current off-Broadway musical production, Lazarus (that's Bowie firing those grunting blasts of guitar); and a blunt honesty at the finish. Bowie turns 69 on January 8th, the day Blackstar comes out. In "I Can't Give Everything Away," he states his case for the dignity of distance – his refusal to tour (so far) and engage with the media circus – against guitarist Ben Monder's lacerating soprano-fuzz guitar, a sly evocation of Robert Fripp's iconic soloing in 1977's "Heroes." "This is all I ever meant/That's the message that I sent," Bowie sings in a voice largely free of effects – clear, elegant and emphatic. This is a rock star who gives when he's ready – and still gives to extremes.

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27 DECEMBER 2015

★ is Mail on Sunday Album Of The Week

“We were born upside down”

The Mail on Sunday has made ★ Album Of The Week in the EVENT magazine supplement.
Here are a few edited excerpts from the full-page review by Tim de Lisle...

    “At some point in the past 20 years, rock turned upside down. Young singers discovered that it was hip to be square, and the task of delivering the shock of the new fell into the hands of the old. The boldest single released by a big name in 2015 comes from a gentleman who qualified for his pension in 2012.”

    “The David Bowie song Blackstar is very long, very dark and very strange, lasting ten minutes, feeling both contemporary and medieval. This is a proper Bowie single. It has reached four million people via a powerful video, which adds a blind prophet to the great gallery of his iconography.”

    “Donny McCaslin’s dexterity suits Bowie’s voice, which switches as adroitly as ever from intimacy to melodrama, sorrow to anger, desperation to grandeur. His long break from touring since 2004 seems to have kept his voice fresh.”

    “Lazarus, the new single and title track of the musical, is six minutes of slow-burning magic.”

    “Bowie has something granted to only a few stars in the whole firmament: a licence to be bad. And he uses it, most of the time, to be very good.”

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27 DECEMBER 2015

★ Bowie profile in The Sunday Times

“Born the wrong way round”

The Sunday Times has a half page profile of Bowie, including mentions of Lazarus the stage presentation and some quotations from an as yet unpublished review of the ★ album by Dan Cairns. Here are some excerpts from the piece.

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    “Now comes Blackstar, an extraordinary new album, to be released in early January, to coincide with Bowie’s 69th birthday.

    At a time when most people are slowing down, the Thin White Duke is having a surge of creative energy. Blackstar signifies yet another dramatic turn in Bowie’s output. Bleak and disturbing, the title track’s video is not for the delicate of disposition: eyes bound by bandages, Bowie wails into a blasted landscape, swirling with juddering human bodies and images of crucifixion. On the ground is what looks like the body of an astronaut, but when the helmet is lifted there is only a skull inside.

    Dan Cairns, The Sunday Times’s pop music critic, says “His approach to making music is that of an actor immersing himself in a role. He’s been reading a lot of history books and that’s coming out in his fascination with demagogues, the tyrant behind the smile. The result is another masterclass in experimentation and reinvention. Working with young musicians has fired him up. Some of the songs are staggeringly beautiful, vocally he hasn’t sounded this strong for decades.””

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The full Dan Cairns review of the ★ album will appear in the paper’s Culture section next Sunday.
Meanwhile, you can read the profile of David Bowie here.

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MessagePosté le: Lun 28 Déc - 12:01 (2015)    Sujet du message: David Bowie's New Album Répondre en citant


La FNAC aussi sort son édition spéciale en vinyle transparent (24€99) :

Edition exclusive FNAC Vinyl transparent : 2 ans après The Next Day, David Bowie offrira son 28e album studio « Blackstar » le jour de son 69éme anniversaire ! Pour concevoir ce nouveau disque, David Bowie s'est enfermé au studio Magic Shop à New York, en compagnie de musiciens jazz locaux. Une réunion qui a mené, d'après le Times, à la conception d'un des albums les plus «étranges» du Thin White Duke, le surnom de David Bowie. Le journal britannique décrit ainsi l'album comme une «longue jam-session de jazz mélangée à des sections rythmiques puissantes dignes des groupes allemands des années 1970 comme Can ou Kraftwerk». Une source citée dans l'article précise également que Blackstar contiendra «des chants grégoriens, une partie soul, des beats et bips électroniques et la voix si caractéristique de Bowie».

http://musique.fnac.com/a9268845/David-Bowie-Blackstar-Edition-speciale-Fnac-Vinyl-album#ficheResume



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La même édition que sur le site officiel?
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Je pense, oui.
La version Barnes & Noble pour les USA et la version FNAC pour la France.
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