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MessagePosté le: Mar 9 Aoû - 11:20 (2016)    Sujet du message: Say hello to The Gouster Répondre en citant

Very  Somebody Up There Likes Me

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MessagePosté le: Mar 9 Aoû - 14:22 (2016)    Sujet du message: Say hello to The Gouster Répondre en citant

I m divine est fabuleux...avec la voix de Bowie dessus, cela aurait bien collé sur l'album. Quand je pesne qu'ils ont laissé tomber After Today...jamais compris.

Pour les ventes du coffret Five Years, je connais pas les chiffres, mais la mort de Bowie en janvier a permis d'écouler les stocks grâce aux achats sous le coup de l'émotion légitime de nombreux fans qui hésitaient à sauter le pas. Il reste encore des exemplaires en boutique (voir eBay).

Malheureusement pour Parlophone, ce genre d'événement marketing ne sert qu'une fois et pour cause.


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MessagePosté le: Dim 14 Aoû - 16:45 (2016)    Sujet du message: Say hello to The Gouster Répondre en citant





14 AUGUST 2016

Who Can I Be Now? album focus

“Try and wake up tomorrow...”

In the run up to the release, we’ll be running a week by week album focus for the LPs contained within the upcoming David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) box set.

We’ll kick off with Diamond Dogs tomorrow.

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15 AUGUST 2016

WCIBN? Album Focus: Diamond Dogs - Day 1

“Diamond Dogs rule, OK...”

In the run up to the release of the David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) box set, we’ll be running a week by week album focus for the LPs contained within it.
We’re starting with Diamond Dogs today and what better way to kick off proceedings than having a listen to this 1974 masterpiece.

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16 AUGUST 2016

WCIBN? Album Focus: Diamond Dogs - Day 2

“Bow-wow, woof woof, bow-wow, wow”

In the run up to the release of the David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) box set, we’re running a week by week album focus for the LPs contained within it.
This week we’re looking at Diamond Dogs and today we’re specifically looking at the version of the sleeve that some didn’t want us to see at all.
One of the plaudits received for last year’s Five Years box set was the attention to detail in the reproduction of the album covers. Generally the UK versions were the starting point, but sometimes the American versions of the sleeves had something slightly more desirable going for them.
Diamond Dogs is a case in point, as it was the US version of this particular sleeve which was withdrawn on account of the immodest prominence of the hounds doo dah.
Pictured here are the original sleeve (top) and the new Parlophone reproduction, which favours the same image as the original of the uncensored pooch, before the offending part was airbrushed out.
The sleeve art was created by Guy Peellaert, based on photographs by Terry O'Neill of Bowie’s top half and the lower half of an unnamed canine.
More on this story over the coming days, meanwhile don’t forget the Who Can I Be Now? playlist here.

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17 AUGUST 2016

WCIBN? Album Focus: Diamond Dogs - Day 3

“Hunt you to the ground they will, mannequins with kill appeal”

In the run up to the release of the David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) box set, we’re running a week by week album focus for the LPs contained within it.

This week we’re looking at Diamond Dogs and today we’re picking up from yesterday, with a look at another artwork created for the album by Guy Peellaert.

The artwork we’re talking about was apparently produced originally for the inner gatefold of the sleeve. In the event a photomontage of a cityscape by Leee Black Childers was used instead.

Once again the painting Peellaert produced was based on photographs by Terry O'Neill of Bowie and a leaping dog, the iconic shot in our montage is from the same session.

The Peellaert image was reproduced as a limited edition poster by Mainman and sold through the Bowie fanclub in the mid 70s, along with the more familiar cover art, which was even more heavily censored than the actual sleeve.

The other inset picture in our montage is of Peellaert presenting Bowie with the first version of the artwork, soon after completion.

Meanwhile don’t forget you can listen to Diamond Dogs via the Who Can I Be Now? playlist here.

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18 AUGUST 2016

WCIBN? Album Focus: Diamond Dogs - Day 4

“You like me, and I like it all”

As you know by now, In the run up to the release of the David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) box set, we’re running a weekly album focus, with this week’s album being Diamond Dogs.

Today we’ve made a montage of a handful of the music press adverts, Including the UK Rebel Rebel 45, UK Diamond Dogs single and the American advert for 1984. The other two are both US adverts for the album.

Though Rebel Rebel was a top five hit in the UK, the Diamond Dogs single didn’t worry the Top 20 and 1984 in America was met with similar indifference from record buyers.

However, the album itself reached #1 in the UK and #5 in the US. The UK position won’t have been hampered by Chris Charlesworth’s full-page Melody Maker review, from which, this excerpt:

    “The overall effect from the album is that Bowie is more concerned with good production than ever before – and that he’s consciously writing songs suitable for his upcoming stage show.
    At least half the tracks on this set are bound to be firm stage favourites, especially if he can recreate the recorded sound.
    David has produced another really good record.”

See if you’re in agreement with Mr Charlesworth by having another listen to Diamond Dogs via the Who Can I Be Now? playlist here.

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21 AUGUST 2016

WCIBN? Album Focus: Diamond Dogs - Day 5

“It's safe in the city, to love in a doorway”

Ahead of the release of the David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) box set, we’re running a weekly album focus. Today is the last day of Diamond Dogs before we look at David Live tomorrow, the record of the tour that took Diamond Dogs on the road.

Despite the Diamond Dogs cover still depicting Bowie with the Ziggy look he was about to shed, one of the things that was striking about the album at the time was its incredibly fresh and new sound, unlike anything else around in 1974.

This intention is borne out by Tony Visconti’s Diamond Dogs liner notes in the new box set, from where, this excerpt:

    “‘Diamond Dogs’ was probably David’s most radical album to date. It was very different from anything he’d done, it was the first self-produced album too. He played almost all the guitar on the album except for the ‘Rebel Rebel’ riff. Between us we conjured up sounds no one had ever heard or used before. It was the beginning of many new recording adventures I shared with my old friend, lasting until the present day.” - Tony Visconti (May 2016)

If you need reminding of some of those sounds Tony’s referring to, check out Future Legend, Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing (reprise), Big Brother and Chant Of The Ever Circling Skeletal Family, via the Who Can I Be Now? playlist here.

Another thing about the release of Diamond Dogs, was the creation of the Bowie logo. Probably the best known of all Bowie logos and one that endures today.

Pre-order Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) here.

FOOTNOTE: As you no doubt know, the picture of David and Tony in Trident Studio is from May 1971. Three years ahead of the release of Diamond Dogs.

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22 AUGUST 2016

WCIBN? Album Focus: David Live

“And he was alright, the band was all together...”

In celebration of the upcoming David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) box set, we’re continuing our album focus on the next title in the box: David Live.

As previously mentioned, David Live is the document of The Year Of The Diamond Dogs Tour of Canada and North America in 1974.

It was the first official live Bowie album and it was preceded by the single Knock On Wood, which was taken from it.

Check it out now on Spotify.

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25 AUGUST 2016

WCIBN? Album Focus: David Live - Day 2

“Turn to the left, Turn to the right”

We continue our delve into the David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) box set this week with David Live.

The first official live Bowie album, David Live, is the document of The Year Of The Diamond Dogs Tour of Canada and North America in 1974.

The album was compiled from shows at the Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, in July and was released in October that year. Our montage shows the rather grainy original sleeve with a reversed image that really didn't do the Dagmar photo justice. The other cover is the 2016 version with picture restored to its rightful quality and orientation.

The Who Can I Be Now? box includes both the David Live original mix, remastered double album (2 CD), and the David Live 2005 mix, remastered triple vinyl album (2 CD).

Before the Diamond Dogs tour morphed into the Philly Dogs tour later in the year, the show had a particularly theatrical bent, with a lavish stage production which some thought might overshadow Bowie’s actual performance. In the event, they needn’t have worried. Bowie’s stagecraft and experience won through, as evidenced by this excerpt from a Rolling Stone review by Richard Cromalin...

    “The props were spectacular and effective. But the real moments, the screams and the hysterical assaults of the stage, were powered by Bowie himself and his mercurial parade of personalities - the empty, pretty-boy movie star, the playful, lascivious bar crawler singing the legend of "The Jean Genie," and especially the unadorned, spontaneous David Bowie-as-entertainer with his audience in the palm of his hand.”

Listen to some of that magic captured on David Live.

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26 AUGUST 2016

WCIBN? Album Focus: David Live - Day 3

“Like that sailor leaves, come back again”

For today’s look at David Live (from the upcoming David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) we’re revisiting a part of Tony Visconti's sleeve notes from the revitalised 2005 issue of the album. Over to Tony...

    “After all was said and done David and I were reunited on Diamond Dogs as a mixing project. I also contributed a string arrangement to “1984,” a track on that album. The following album was still about mixing (and a little overdubbing). I was asked to mix multi-track tapes for a live album recorded at the Tower Theater in Philadelphia.

    This project started after we chose Electric Lady Studios in New York just to listen to what was on the multi-tracks. We loved the spirit of the concerts, the performances were lively and the vibe was right. But there were some technical problems, which were no reflection on the engineer, Keith Harwood.

    Anything can happen during a live recording and it usually does. There is no luxury of a take two. We would have to make this album a mixture of both nights. The drums were sounding good, but the bass was very thin sounding. The percussionist’s microphones had picked up everyone else’s instruments and the backing singers and horn players were often sporadically off microphone due to excitement, I guess. But David’s vocals sounded wonderful, which was reason enough to make this project work.

    It was obvious that some things needed fixing. There was too much instrument spillage on their mix and their blend could’ve been better (they were ‘locked’ on one audio track, so rebalancing was impossible). Geoffrey and Gui sang their original parts in a few hours, but we used as much as the original vocals as possible. Some of the horn parts were also re-recorded because of technical difficulties.

    I have been asked if David’s voice had been overdubbed in some cases, because it didn’t always match up with bootlegs of the Tower show. We did not fix David’s lead vocals, so those bootlegs must be from an alternate night. DAVID LIVE is David – live!” - Tony Visconti April, 2004.


Aside from the wonderful DAGMAR photograph, we’ve used the credit page from the original The Year Of The Diamond Dogs tour programme today. Interesting to note how close it is to the David Live tracklisting, apart from the absence of the two cover versions: Knock On Wood and Here Today Gone Tomorrow.

Listen to David Live here.

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28 AUGUST 2016

WCIBN? Album Focus: David Live - Day 4

“Well, ain’t that poster love?”

For our final look at David Live (from the upcoming David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) we’ve reproduced a few Diamond Dog tour items.

Clockwise from top left are the following:

    Diamond Dogs tour programme #1 (with the legend ALIVE instead of BOWIE)
    Diamond Dogs tour programme #2 (there were three variations in total)
    Madison Square Garden programme/sheet
    Madison Square Garden poster
    Diamond Dogs press advert with tour dates
    Diamond Dogs Record/Tour Coming Soon poster

As previously mentioned, David Live was recorded at the Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, in July, 1974.

After the Madison Square Garden shows the following week, the tour was paused while David recorded The Gouster/Young Americans. More of which, very soon.

Listen to David Live here.

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30 AUGUST 2016

WCIBN? Album Focus: Gouster/YA

“All right, You want the young American”

This week we’re focusing on The Gouster and Young Americans from the upcoming David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) box set.

We’ve lumped them together because, in a nutshell, The Gouster is the previously unreleased album (a kind of Young Americans v1), on its way to being the final version of Young Americans, which was actually released in March 1975.

To kick us off, and in an attempt to try and make things less confusing, we’ve posted the tracklisting for each album below...

    The Gouster tracklisting:

    1 John, I’m Only Dancing (Again)
    2 Somebody Up There Likes Me
    3 It’s Gonna Be Me
    4 Who Can I Be Now?
    5 Can You Hear Me?
    6 Young Americans
    7 Right

    Songs exclusive to The Gouster:

    John, I’m Only Dancing (Again)
    It’s Gonna Be Me
    Who Can I Be Now?

    Young Americans tracklisting:

    1 Young Americans
    2 Win
    3 Fascination
    4 Right
    5 Somebody Up There Likes Me
    6 Across The Universe (Lennon/McCartney)
    7 Can You Hear Me?
    8 Fame (Bowie/Alomar/Lennon)

    Songs exclusive to Young Americans:

    Win
    Fascination
    Across The Universe (Lennon/McCartney)
    Fame (Bowie/Alomar/Lennon)

The cover photographs for both albums (and the main exclusive picture here), were all taken by Eric Stephen Jacobs.

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EXCLU - Découvrez un extrait du prochain coffret Bowie

Par Gaudéric Grauby-Vermeil Publié le mercredi 31 août 2016 à 10h00

A l'occasion de la sortie du prochain coffret David Bowie, "Who can I be now ?", [Re] découvrez "TVC15" remixé par Harry Maslin.

►►► ÉCOUTEZ TCV15 DE DAVID BOWIE HARRY MASLIN REMIX 2010

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31 AUGUST 2016

Ecoutez en exclusivité sur France Inter une version rare de ‘TVC15’ remixée par Harry Maslin en 2010 et extraite du coffret ‘Who Can I Be Now (1974-1976)’
https://www.franceinter.fr/musique/exclu-decouvrez-un-extrait-du-prochain-coffret-bowie

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