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MessagePosté le: Ven 10 Mai - 08:17 (2013)    Sujet du message: BBC Two shines the spotlight on David Bowie Répondre en citant



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Saturday 25 May

BBC TWO

David Bowie – Five Years

David Bowie - Five Years is an intimate portrait of five key years in David Bowie’s career.

Featuring a wealth of previously unseen archive, this film looks at how Bowie continually evolved: from Ziggy Stardust to the Soul Star of Young Americans, to the ‘Thin White Duke’. It explores his regeneration in Berlin with the critically acclaimed album Heroes, his triumph with Scary Monsters and his global success with Let’s Dance.

With interviews with all his closest collaborators, David Bowie - Five Years presents a unique account of why Bowie has become an ‘icon of our times’.

Produced and directed by Francis Whately

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MessagePosté le: Sam 18 Mai - 14:57 (2013)    Sujet du message: BBC Two shines the spotlight on David Bowie Répondre en citant

dans une semaine ... la bande annonce ne dévoile rien de vraiment inédit ...


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MessagePosté le: Sam 18 Mai - 18:27 (2013)    Sujet du message: BBC Two shines the spotlight on David Bowie Répondre en citant

Je ne crois pas qu'il y aura des trucs inédits... Surtout pour les vieux de la vieille...
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MessagePosté le: Dim 19 Mai - 07:14 (2013)    Sujet du message: BBC Two shines the spotlight on David Bowie Répondre en citant

il y aura des images inédites , je ne pense que Nicolas Pegg raconte des salades ou alors la BBC aurait refait un ultime montage.
Mick rock a forcement des chutes de tournages de video comme celle de Life on mars qui sont dans la bande annonce.
il a tourné d'autres videos.


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MessagePosté le: Dim 19 Mai - 08:25 (2013)    Sujet du message: BBC Two shines the spotlight on David Bowie Répondre en citant


Il y a quand même ce concert de Ziggy en noir et blanc dont parle l'article du Telegraph que j'ai posté il y a quelques jours !




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MessagePosté le: Dim 19 Mai - 08:42 (2013)    Sujet du message: BBC Two shines the spotlight on David Bowie Répondre en citant

Pour la petite histoire, le Telegraph s'est fait taper sur les doigts par la Beeb et a remplacé les photos !
Mais, trop tard, Luna était passé par là ! Very Happy


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MessagePosté le: Dim 19 Mai - 12:55 (2013)    Sujet du message: First Look - David Bowie: Five Years Répondre en citant





First Look - David Bowie: Five Years

There are many delights on offer in David Bowie – Five Years, the BBC’s terrific new documentary focussing on five critical periods in Bowie’s career. Here’s a longhaired Bowie, sporting a natty fedora, at Andy Warhol’s Factory in 1971, miming being disembowelled. And here he is on The Dick Cavett Show in 1974, wearing a dark blue shirt, tartan tie and brown trousers, twirling a cane while he performs “Footstompin”, a cut that eventually became “Fame”. Elsewhere, you'll find Tony Visconti reminiscing about the day he explained to Bowie and Brian Eno how his new Eventide H910 Harmonizer “fucks with the fabric of time.” Meanwhile, here’s Carlos Alomar's revelation that he found the clean, happy and well-adjusted Bowie of Let’s Dance to be “a little odd”.

David Bowie – Five Years covers the artist's most fertile creative period – 1971 – 1983 – which it breaks down into sections (1971 – 1972; 1974 – 1975; 1976 – 1977; 1979 – 1980; 1982 – 1983), each one comprising a mix of archive footage and new interviews with musicians and commentators, all essentially ‘narrated’ by Bowie himself edited from contemporaneous interview clips.

The gang’s all here – Ziggy, the Thin White Duke, Major Tom – along with such luminous co-conspirators as Eno, Robert Fripp, Ken Scott, Woody Woodmansey, Carlos Alomar, Dennis Davis, Nic Roeg and Earl Slick. The question is, what are we getting here that’s new? Considering these chapters in Bowie’s career have already been extensively documented, what can David Bowie – Five Years bring that we don’t already know, what fresh insight does it offer? How does this contribute to the sum total of Bowieness in the universe – which after the kerfuffle earlier this year is already approaching critical mass?

It is, essentially, all about the detail. Here, in unseen black and white footage from 1972, is Angie Bowie at an early and poorly attended Ziggy show, pressed right up against the front of the stage, screaming at her husband during “Suffragette City” like she was at a Beatles gig. Later, Spiders From Mars drummer Woody Woodmansey recalls, “It’s funny, but he would eat breakfast as a superstar.” I guess fame is what connects these individual glimpses into Bowie’s career. Hearing Woodmansey’s comment reminds me of the line in Bowie’s diary from 1975, an extract of which is on display in the V&A exhibition, where Bowie describes "Fame" as “my first co-write with Lennon, a Beatle, about my future.” Interviewed in this documentary about the Let’s Dance period from seven years later, Nile Rodgers admits “I was charged with the responsibility” of giving him hits.

What does this say about Bowie? That he’s had intractable belief in his success all along, to such a degree that it dictated the manner in which he ate his Weetabix? That he deliberately sacrificed the mystery and distance that made him so exceptional in the Seventies in order to achieve global superstardom in the early Eighties? “We’re out of characters now, just into suits,” he says in an interview around Let’s Dance, basically foreshadowing the rest of his career throughout the Nineties and early Noughties. “The suit will change form tour to tour but the bloke inside it is generally much the same.”

You might think the Let’s Dance album – and the Scary Monsters period that preceded it – would be the fresher stories included here. They’re certainly less raked over than Ziggy or the Berlin years. Yet they clock up the shortest running times in the film – 11 minutes is devoted to Scary Monsters and 15 for Let’s Dance. (In comparison, Ziggy comes in at 20, Young Americans at 22 and Heroes at 19 minutes.) I suspect much of this has to do with who the producers have available to talk.

Certainly, the Young Americans and Heroes sections benefit from the extensive input of Alomar, Davis, Slick, Visconti, Eno and Fripp. Alomar and Davis are especially good value, recounting how they arrived one day in the studio to find Eno had set up a blackboard with charts on it – “like elementary school,” says Davis with disbelief. The 1974 – 1975 and 1976 – 1977 years also contain the meatiest part of the narrative: Bowie’s American sojourn, his cocaine addiction and eventual recuperation in Berlin. In one interview here, Bowie claims to have been “very, very worried” after coming “close several times to overdose… It was like being in a car going towards the edge of a cliff. I had almost resigned myself to the fact I’m going over the edge and I’m not going to be able to stop.”

The footage is brilliant, whether you’ve seen it before or not. Personally, I loved the beautiful black and white footage from the Young Americans tour rehearsals, with Bowie leading Luther Vandross and his backing singers through a terrific version of “Right”. And then there’s the Penelopes. From 1973’s “Life On Mars?” video right up to a press conference convened at Claridge’s a decade later to announce his signing to EMI, those teeth also are surely worth a documentary in their own right.

David Bowie - Five Years screens on BBC Two on May 25

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MessagePosté le: Dim 19 Mai - 19:30 (2013)    Sujet du message: BBC Two shines the spotlight on David Bowie Répondre en citant



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MessagePosté le: Mar 21 Mai - 12:44 (2013)    Sujet du message: BBC Two shines the spotlight on David Bowie Répondre en citant

Nicolas Pegg vient de transmettre cette info et le lien ci-dessous vers la bbc => ww.illustrated-db-discography.nl/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&p=17949#p17949
source BBC => http://www.bbc.co.uk/ariel/22571447


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 23 Mai - 08:32 (2013)    Sujet du message: BBC Two shines the spotlight on David Bowie Répondre en citant

...The Soul Tour rehearsal footage is sensational, and for hardcore Bowie fans it is bound to be one of the highlights of the documentary. I was blown away when I first saw it.

I thought you might be interested in a bit of background on this footage. It was unearthed in an obscure corner of the BBC vaults by Miriam Walsh, the show's archive researcher. Miriam's work on the documentary has been outstanding - she's one of the best archivists in the business, and many of the rare treats in the programme are there only because of her tireless detective work and dogged persistence.

When working on a project like this, you occasionally stumble across something which forces you to revise what you thought you knew - and the unseen 1974 footage is a case in point. It consists of some quite extensive outtakes shot during the making of the Cracked Actor documentary, and the accompanying evidence confirms that the shots of Bowie taking his backing singers through the vocals for 'Right' were filmed during rehearsals for the tour and not, as many had always assumed, during the Young Americans album sessions some weeks earlier. In the event, as you know, the song 'Right' was never actually performed on the tour, a fact which makes the rehearsal footage all the more interesting. As you'll see in the documentary, 'Right' is a song whose vocal complexities remain fresh in the memories of the backing singers!...


Nicholas Pegg – BWW – 22/05/13


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