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TLMT Podcast Ep. 37 – Top 5 David Bowie albums

Stephen White / October 23, 2015

This week Steve is all alone and decides to take a detour with a top 5 special that counts down his favorite David Bowie albums of all time.

The Last Mixed Tape episode 37: On this week’s episode Steve presents a special show dedicated to rock legend David Bowie, and his favorite albums from his back catalog whilst also sneaking in a quick Twin Peaks and Labyrinth reference in here and there. No review countdown this week, the list is a surprise!

If you have your own favorite Bowie record or have suggestions to what artist should be featured next comment below and let me know.

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FORTY YEARS AFTER "HEROES", WE DISCOVER THE DOOMED COUPLE WASN’T SO DOOMED AFTER ALL, THOSE DECLARATIONS OF LOVE WEREN’T AS FUTILE AS WE THOUGHT, AND THERE ARE INDEED HEROES TO BE FOUND.


BY CHRIS GERARD
2 November 2015

As Long as There's Fire
David Bowie's 'Heroes' to 'The Next Day'

David Bowie has amassed a musical catalog of staggering importance and diversity over his five-decade career. After a health scare abruptly halted the tour in support of his 2003 album Reality, Bowie glided quietly out of the public eye, leaving fans mystified and uneasy. Nobody really thought another album was in the cards, but the man himself had other ideas.

On 8 January 2013, his 66th birthday, he dropped a bombshell. Without even a whisper of warning, the video for “Where Are We Now?” appeared on his website, along with news that The Next Day was imminent. It was a comeback beyond all expectations. Produced with longtime collaborator Tony Visconti, The Next Day ties the disparate threads of Bowie’s past into a tight, harrowing knot. It’s an album soaked in blood and dread, but never with surrender. It’s a piercing indictment of humanity as seen through the lens of Bowie’s own musical legacy...

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MessagePosté le: Mer 4 Nov - 19:43 (2015)    Sujet du message: Ten Interesting Facts and Figures about David Bowie You Might Not Know Répondre en citant


Brit Music: Ten Interesting Facts and Figures about David Bowie You Might Not Know

November 3, 2015 By John Rabon

David Bowie, Ziggy Stardust, Goblin King, the Sovereign. The man born David Robert Jones in 1947 has had many names (though, to be fair, that last one was from The Venture Brothers cartoon). Since his debut as a musician in 1962 at the age of fifteen, Bowie has changed his identity like the rest of us change our clothes. Yet, throughout his career, Bowie has managed to remain timeless. He has branched out as many of his contemporaries have into different styles and even different mediums. So what don’t you know about a man with so many roles he may as well be a real-life changeling?...

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by Alex Q. Arbuckle

David Bowie's dress: A powerful step forward for androgyny

One of Ziggy Stardust's first fashion forays.

In 1971, a photographer for the Daily Mirror visited musician David Bowie at his home in Haddon Hall, an English Edwardian mansion that had been converted to apartments.

Bowie greeted the photographer in a floral-patterned dress created by celebrity designer Michael Fish, who was responsible for many of the flamboyant fashions of the 1960s. He wore the dress on the cover art of the British release of The Man Who Sold the World, his third studio album, which was written and rehearsed at Haddon Hall...

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45 Years Ago: David Bowie Becomes David Bowie on ‘The Man Who Sold the World’
By James Stafford November 4, 2015 3:58 PM

Where does David Bowie begin?

Jan. 8, 1947, is a reasonable but wrong assumption; after all, that’s the birth date of David Robert Jones, not David Bowie. We could go for 1962, when, at age 15, he formed the Konrads, or 1964 when he released “Liza Jane.”

Maybe 1965 would be the best place to plant the flag. That’s the year that Jones adopted the name “David Bowie” to eliminate confusion with Davy Jones, the diminutive Monkees singer. We can’t forget meeting Lindsay Kemp in 1967, a key influence (perhaps the key influence) in Bowie’s metamorphosis from just another musician into an image-conscious performer.

Important landmarks one and all, as was the success of 1969’s “Space Oddity,” but these were all preliminaries. In November 1970, David Bowie as we know him fell to Earth. That’s the day his third album, The Man Who Sold the World, was released in the U.S. — his native U.K. had to wait an additional four months for the record...

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Shooting Starman: How photographer Myriam Santos got to work with her idol David Bowie

Jon Dekel | November 11, 2015 2:43 PM ET

In Pretty & Flawed, her current exhibit at Toronto’s Analogue Gallery, veteran rock photographer Myriam Santos displays highlights from her 15-year career shooting everyone from a naked Dave Navarro to a gun-toting Elijah Wood. But for the woman behind the lens, no subject could possibly mean more than David Bowie. After decades of worship, Santos eventually got to shoot her idol, even collaborating on a book, David Bowie Live in New York, in 2012. Below she recalls her initial meeting with the musical chameleon.

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David Bowie rock’n’roll animal

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Un chanteur, un peintre, du chien, des gonades. Ou comment le verso de la pochette d’un classique des seventies rend fou les collectionneurs de disques.

Le disque

Huitième album studio de Bowie, Diamond Dogs, publié en 1974, est un disque de transition dans la discographie de la star excentrique, qui dit adieu au glam rock. Le chanteur s’était d’abord attelé à la création d’une comédie musicale inspirée par le 1984 d’Orwell. Suite au refus des ayants droit de l’écrivain, trois titres déjà écrits, We Are the Dead, Big Brother et 1984, atterrissent en deuxième face du disque. Le thème central de Diamond Dogs reste néanmoins l’évocation d’une société post-apocalyptique fascisante...

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