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By David Renshaw, December 9, 2014 15:03

Andrew Loog Oldham on David Bowie's new material: 'Old people make old music'

Andrew Loog Oldham, The Rolling Stones' former manager, has compared David Bowie's new material to "the worst of Scott Walker..."

...He was similarly critical of Bowie. While not naming the specific song he had heard, the iconic musician did not escape Oldham's ire. "I just heard the new Bowie single; he seems to be cloning the worst of Scott Walker. As I’ve said old people make old music."

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By David Renshaw, December 9, 2014 15:03

Andrew Loog Oldham on David Bowie's new material: 'Old people make old music'

Andrew Loog Oldham, The Rolling Stones' former manager, has compared David Bowie's new material to "the worst of Scott Walker..."

...He was similarly critical of Bowie. While not naming the specific song he had heard, the iconic musician did not escape Oldham's ire. "I just heard the new Bowie single; he seems to be cloning the worst of Scott Walker. As I’ve said old people make old music."

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BOWIE LIVE 2015

A project from Independent Study class where we basically made up briefs to design. This one is a project for an imaginary David Bowie comeback concert in 2015.

Each part of the body is from iconic images of David Bowie to show his diversity but they're all united in one body to reflect the way he had reinvented himself through out the years but still remain true to his music.

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By David Renshaw , December 12, 2014 11:21

Chris Martin says Bowie turned down Coldplay guest spot because song 'wasn't one of my best'

Frontman reveals story at inaugural BBC Music Awards

Chris Martin has revealed that he once asked David Bowie to record vocals for a Coldplay song but was rejected by the singer.

Martin made the revelation during last night's BBC Music Awards, a ceremony where Bowie was nominated for British Artist Of The Year and Coldplay performed live.

In a video compiling a number of artists praising Bowie, including George Ezra, Take That and Olly Murs, Martin first spoke about his return to music in 2013. "When 'Where Are We Now?' came out I was staggered, and also annoyed," he said. "Like, 'Come on, it's not fair.' He's already got all these amazing songs and then this instant classic."

Martin then discussed the time he tried to get Bowie to record vocals for a song he had written. "One time i sent him a song to ask him to sing on it. He called me and said, 'It's not one of your best.' He's got very high standards and I appreciate that. It inspires the rest of us to keep our standards high."

Pharrell was the big winner at the first ever BBC Music Awards, which took place tonight (December 11) at London's Earls Court. Williams took home two of the ceremony's four awards, despite not being present. Ed Sheeran and Catfish & The Bottlemen collected the other two awards on the night.

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Stoic icon: Bowie remains making consistently good music since he started 50 years ago


13 Dec 2014 ǀ Weekend Review

Still hunky dory after fifty years

Looking for a stocking filler for the Bowie aficionado in your life so they’ll be belting out ‘Heroes’ after a few sherries on Christmas Day? Don’t worry, it won’t involve a sozzled rendition of ‘ The Laughing Gnome’, as David Bowie’s latest collection Nothing Has Changed conveniently compiles half a century’s output from one of the most enduring game changers in popular culture.

Frequently cited as music’s ultimate chameleon, there’s still a lot more to the star — who launched a thousand alter egos — than meets than eye. Offering a glimpse behind the masks and copious make-up, Bowie once confessed Ziggy Stardust and all his multifarious guises were just different forms of exorcising madness to preserve his own sanity.

The Bowie the world came to know and love rose to prominence from 1971 to 1973 under the tutelage of Tony DeFries, a manager who wanted to make Bowie a proper star with an aura along the lines of James Dean or Marlon Brando. Defries belonged to the old school of flashy and ostentatious management. His publicity stunts became the stuff of legend, once flying US journalists first class to London to watch a performance of Ziggy Stardust followed by an audience with Bowie still dressed in full-on rock fantasy regalia.

When DeFries calculated that Bowie made approximately £1,000 per hour from performing, he attempted to charge any hacks asking for an interview a similar fee.

Born David Jones in Brixton, London, his family had a complicated history with mental illness. David’s half brother Terry Burns broke out of a psychiatric hospital in Surrey in January 1985, walked to the local train station and lay down on the tracks directly in front of an oncoming express train. Bowie stayed away from the funeral as he feared a media circus, but was still inevitably pilloried in the press. The 1983 single ‘Jump They Say’, which is included on Nothing Has Changed, was written about Terry’s death and Bowie’s own fears of leaping into the unknown.

Still a masterful media manipulator, conventional public appearances since suffering a heart attack in 2005 are as rare as hen’s teeth. Bowie was scheduled to headline the Oxegen music festival in Punchestown that summer, but The Darkness became the eleventh hour headliners by default.

As the years passed by, unsubstantiated rumours grew about his ill-health. Then, completely out of the blue, on Bowie’s 66th birthday on January 8, 2013, a new song entitled ‘Where Are We Now?’ appeared on YouTube and iTunes overnight.
Despite the sudden frenzy surrounding the surprise release and the subsequent album The Next Day, Bowie made no media appearances. Producer Tony Visconti did a little promotion for the album and even accepted one interviewer’s suggestion that he was Bowie’s “voice on earth”. Incidentally, the same illustrious producer and long-term Bowie stalwart turned down the opportunity to work on his breakthrough track ‘Space Oddity’, considering it “a cheap shot” and “a gimmick to cash in on the moon landings.”

When Bowie won a BRIT Award last year, he sent Kate Moss along to dutifully collect his gong as his “representative on earth.” In an era of relentless social media chatter, Bowie defines and refines being an enigma.

One of the most entertaining interviews languishing in the YouTube vaults is a wonderfully illuminating Newsnight interview. In it, the famously curmudgeonly host Jeremy Paxman tackles the illustrious rock icon rather than disembowelling a politician for sport. Paxman enquires:

“On a personal level, you don’t do drugs anymore and you don’t drink? Not even a glass of wine?” “No, it would kill me,” Bowie responds. “What do you mean it would kill you?” Paxman retorts.

“I’m an alcoholic, so it would be the kiss of death for me to start drinking again,” Bowie answers. “My relationships with my friends and family has been so good for so many years now, I would not do anything to destroy that again.”

In the absence of any juicy new anecdotes about Bowie’s infamous phase as an androgynous bi-sexual cocaine addict, Nothing Has Changed is an extremely absorbing collection that joins the dots between his later career with a smattering of greatest hits. It actually achieves the considerable feat of offering a comprehensive overview of an artist who is hard to get to grips with, lifting its title from a lyric from the 2002 track ‘Sunday’; “It’s the beginning of an end, and nothing has changed. Everything has changed.’’

“I’m always amazed that people take what I say seriously,” Bowie once reflected. “I don’t even take what I am seriously.”

Take him seriously or not, it is impossible not to be amused by his insight into the creative temperament. “All us dysfunctional people feel it’s important for more than three people to know our opinion and that’s why we’re in this music biz,” Bowie once said. “All the painters, all the anything else — it’s where all the nut cases go when they haven’t been locked up. They go into the arts. Because nobody in their right mind needs to tell hundreds or thousands of people what they believe.”

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An ambulance outside Pink Floyd’s 1975 gig when a stand collapsed


13 Dec 2014 ǀ The Independent ǀ ADAM SHERWIN

Earls Court closes its doors to rock stars, boats – and elephants

Totemic venue stages its last gig tonight to make way for luxury flats

It has housed the world’s largest water chute, welcomed the Empire of India exhibition and hosted David Bowie with the most disastrous concert of his career.

Now the bulldozers are set to move in on Earls Court as the famous exhibition centre is destroyed to make way for a controversial £8bn redevelopment which will replace the west London entertainment hub with luxury flats.

Tonight’s concert by indie band Bombay Bicycle Club will be the last occasion that the cavernous 42,000sq m main hall will resound to a packed audience of music fans. Under the housing scheme, which residents fear will tear the heart out of a bustling community, Earls Court will be transformed into 77-acre “super village”.

Backed by London Mayor Boris Johnson and designed by architect Sir Terry Farrell it will offer 7,500 new homes, offices and shops. Penthouses with floor-to-ceiling windows and roof terraces are already being sold with prices beginning at £1.5m.Apublic library, a new high street and a park are also promised under the plans, which have sparked a “Save Earls Court” petition.

None of the promised amenities will replace the art deco centre which, economically and culturally, defines the area, the Save Earls Court campaign argues.

“At a stroke, we will lose a unique facility that has hosted concerts from the Stones, Bowie, Madonna and Michael Jackson via George Michael and Pink Floyd to opera on an epic-scale and popular consumer shows such as the Ideal Home Show, the Royal Tournament and the Olympics,” the Earl’s Court Area Action Group said.

Originally opened in 1887 and rebuilt in 1937, Earls Court welcomes 1.5 million visitors a year, who contribute £258m to the economy of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and the Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.
While newer purpose-built halls such as the O2 Arena in Greenwich and the ExCeL Exhibition Centre in Docklands, have lured the music fans and car and boat enthusiasts who would once gather at Earls Court, the venue has a history of hosting weird and wonderful events which may never be repeated.

Entrepreneur John Robinson Whitley first introduced an amusement park to the wasteland between two train stations, staging Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show and erecting a giant, 300ft wheel in 1895, a precursor to the London Eye. The GreatWheel helped bring visitors to the accompanying Empire of India exhibition. The wheel was followed by the 70ft water chute constructed by Captain Paul Boyton, who flooded the arena in 1893. The ride was considered to be the biggest of its kind on either side of the Atlantic

With its Motor, Boat and Ideal Home exhibitions, Earls Court gave aspirant post-war consumers a design for future living. The Daily Mail Boys’ and Girls’ exhibition, which opened in December 1962, featured a model of a Telstar satellite and aimed to satisfy its youthful audience’s interest in sports, technology, cars, pop music and fashion. Celebrities made appearances to view the largest model railway in the world.

Advances in amplification made Earls Court a natural venue forthe newbreed of Seventies’ arena rock stars. Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Elton John and Queen played huge concerts but not every show went to plan. David Bowie was forced to quit the stage during a 1973 Ziggy Stardust concert described as a “fiasco” by NME. Fans were trampled in a stampede to see the poorly positioned stage and the sound was said to be awful.

A Pink Floyd concert in 1994 almost ended in tragedy when a temporary stand seating 1,200 people collapsed, injuring 90 people. A furious David Gilmour, the Pink Floyd leader, said fans could have been killed. Floyd and Bowie declined to pay tribute to Earls Court, which has continued to attract artists such as Arctic Monkeys and Arcade Fire.

The 17,000sq m Earls Court Two, constructed in 1991 at a cost of £100m due to a need to increase space, marked the venue’s peak.The BritAwards, held at the venue between 2000 to 2010, and producing some of longest toilet cubicle queues ever, upped sticks to the O2 Arena, signifying a shift to East London’s glitzy new venue.

A 1948 Olympic venue for boxing, gymnastics, weightlifting and wrestling, the successful return of the Games in 2012 for volleyball provided an Indian summer for an Earls Court venue which was in the process of being parcelled up to developers Capital and Counties.

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‘Minions’ Trailer Features Queen, David Bowie and Jimi Hendrix
by Jeff Giles December 11, 2014 10:16 AM

You know the Minions — those little yellow, gibberish-spewing creatures from the ‘Despicable Me’ movies — are good at making people laugh. Turns out they have pretty good taste in music, too.

We’re saying this not just because the ‘Despicable Me 2′ soundtrack helped fuel the success of Pharrell Williams‘ massive hit single ‘Happy’ (although that’s plenty impressive in its own right), but because the trailer for the little guys’ upcoming spinoff adventure boasts a pair of rock classics — and since the main storyline appears to take place in the late ’60s, we can probably expect a lot more where that came from.

In the above clip, you can hear Queen and David Bowie‘s ‘Under Pressure’ in the opening moments, when the Minions are pictured strolling out of the primordial ooze and setting about their life’s mission — doing their best to serve the biggest, baddest villain around. (Don’t worry, they’re not very good at it.) Their misguided efforts eventually leave them without a leader, which is when three brave Minions named Stuart, Kevin and Bob set out to find a new purpose for their tribe — and end up in New York City, where they meet civilization to the strains of Jimi Hendrix‘s ‘Foxey Lady.’

Promising 90-odd minutes of wacky, colorful adventures and “a soundtrack of hit music from the ’60s that still permeates our culture today,” ‘Minions’ is due in U.S. theaters July 10, 2015.

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NPR Music's Favorite Songs Of 2014
December 10, 2014 6:33 AM ET

We made you a mixtape. A really long mixtape. In the past, we've kept this list, of our favorite songs of the year, to 100 songs. A nice, round, semi-arbitrary number that always meant leaving out dozens of our favorites.

Not this year. Instead, we turned our tidy list of songs into a massive, party-starting player in which you can actually listen to every single one of the 302 songs we loved this year, from every genre we cover. You'll find a 19-minute doom-metal epic and a few two-minute punk explosions. Classic-sounding R&B and Vine-inspiring hip-hop. Ecstatic choruses and devastating harmonies. Beats from around the world and unwavering political folk from here at home and plenty more that blurred the boundaries.

You can scan the complete list of songs below, but to get the full experience click the launch link below to hear them all. You can sort by genre or select a playlist created by members of NPR Music's staff and our member station partners, or just hit shuffle and listen until you find a new favorite of your own.

    David Bowie, "Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)"

    Borrowing a bit of Scott Walker's macabre majesty, Bowie gets epic post-industrial jazz courtesy of the Maria Schneider Orchestra.

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David Bowie is - nombre de visiteurs :

- Victoria and Albert Museum, Londres (du 23/03/13 au 11/08/13) : 311 000
- Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto (du 15/09/13 au 27/11/13) : 146 000
- Museu da Imagem e do Som, São Paulo (du 31/01/14 au 20/04/14) : 80 000
- Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin (du 20/05/14 au 24/08/14) : 150 000
- Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (du 23/09/14 au 04/01/15) : 193 000


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