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20 pages of Bowie plus 24-page photo special in Classic Rock

 
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June 23, 2018

20 pages of Bowie plus 24-page photo special in Classic Rock

“At the centre of it all, at the centre of it all”

The new issue of Classic Rock magazine (#251, Summer 2018), has fifty pages of Bowie-related content, including the cover, a full-page advert for next week’s Welcome To The Blackout release, thirteen pages dedicated to "BOWIE: His Greatest Songs" and a separate 24-page Bowie photo supplement, confusingly called "BOWIE BACKSTAGE", containing 26 classic Bowie photographs, of which, just 5 are actually backstage.

The magazine also has a 4-page article on the criminally underrated Pin Ups album with recollections of the recording sessions from Mike Garson, not to mention a 6-page Mott The Hoople retrospective, though we just did.

The "BOWIE: His Greatest Songs" feature has a chronologically listed 58 songs chosen by a similar number of rock luminaries. The selections inspired us to create a Spotify playlist of over four and a half hours.

Binge listen here.

The songs start at The London Boys and end with Lazarus, with some wonderful contributions from various rock persons. Here’s a bit of what Dave Matthews had to say regarding Blackstar:

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    “The song and the album are both unbelievable. I find it almost infuriating that somebody could be such an unrelenting artist. Staring at one’s own mortality and calmly producing something of that magnitude – also doing it in secret! – is barely conceivable. I mean, put yourself in the place of his band. When they find out that he was there singing and making that music, knowing his time was dwindling…Good grief, what kind of a human being could do that?”

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We'll leave you with the list of songs, including our minor tweaks:

01 - The London Boys

02 - When I’m Five

03 - Space Oddity

04 - The Width Of A Circle

05 - Saviour Machine

06 - All The Madmen

07 - The Bewlay Brothers

08 - Life On Mars?

09 - Changes

10 - Queen Bitch

11 - Starman

12 - Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide

13 - Ziggy Stardust

14 - Moonage Daydream

15 - Hang On To Yourself

16 - Five Years

17 - Suffragette City

18 - All The Young Dudes (We’ve selected the Bowie/Mott hybrid for those who have never heard it)

19 - The Jean Genie

20 - John, I’m Only Dancing (Aladdin Sane session version as it’s sandwiched between two Aladdin Sane tracks)

21 - Drive-In Saturday

22 - Rebel Rebel

23 - Diamond Dogs

24 - 1984

25 - Fame

26 - Young Americans

27 - Stay

28 - Sound And Vision

29 - Breaking Glass

30 - Lust For Life (Iggy Pop)

31 - "Heroes"

32 - V-2 Schneider

33 - Boys Keep Swinging

34 - DJ

35 - Fashion

36 - Ashes To Ashes

37 - Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)

38 - Under Pressure (with Queen)

39 - Modern Love

40 - Let’s Dance

41 - China Girl

42 - Loving The Alien

43 - Absolute Beginners

44 - Under The God (Tin Machine)

45 - Some Are

46 - You Belong in Rock ‘N’ Roll (Not on Spotify. We have selected another Tin Machine track instead. I Can’t Read. A song Bowie liked enough to revisit for the soundtrack of The Ice Storm in 1997)

47 - The Buddha Of Suburbia

48 - The Hearts Filthy Lesson

49 - No Control

50 - Hallo Spaceboy

51 - I’m Afraid Of Americans

52 - The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell

53 - Thursday’s Child

54 - Slip Away

55 - New Killer Star

56 - Where Are We Now?

57 - Blackstar

58 - Lazarus

#BestOfBowie #ClassicRockMagazine

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