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keith a
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Re: Your Top Bowie tracks
Jan 09, 2010, 13:10
red paeony wrote:
We yankee's call that an Alabama Tuxedo!

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We call it Status Quo over here! ; )
dave clarkson
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Re: Your Top Bowie tracks
Jan 09, 2010, 13:14
Yeah I've heard the whole gig - used to have a copy of it on DVD but the sound waved in and out so couldn't get to grips with it. The version of Heroes is OK but still don't think any live version has ever captured the greatness of the album version.

Happy new year too!!

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dave clarkson
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Re: Your Top Bowie tracks
Jan 09, 2010, 13:17
It changed my life too. Well musically anyway!
It's a masterpiece.

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thesweetcheat
thesweetcheat
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Re: Your Top Bowie tracks
Jan 10, 2010, 19:25
Not gonna be anything that hasn't already been mentioned, but something like:

The Man Who Sold The World
Changes
Ziggy Stardust
Rock & Roll Suicide
Life On Mars?
The Jean Genie
Drive In Saturday
Station To Station
Breaking Glass
Sound And Vision
Warszawa (my favourite of the lot)
Weeping Wall
Some Are
All Saints
Joe The Lion
Sons of the Silent Age
Sense of Doubt
Neukoln
Yassassin (Long Live)
Ashes To Ashes

prefer Iggy's version of China Girl. Don't like anything off Young Americans.
zerkalo
zerkalo
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Re: Your Top Bowie tracks
Jan 10, 2010, 21:04
Space Oddity
She Shook Me Cold
Quicksand
Lady Stardust
The whole Aladdin Sane album especially title track, Cracked Actor and Lady Grinning Soul
Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing (reprise)
Right
Station to Station
Sound and Vision
Heroes
DJ
Ashes to Ashes
Lets Dance
Loving the Alien
Time Will Crawl
Jump They Say
The Hearts Filthy Lesson
Thursday's Child
Sunday
New Killer Star
dave clarkson
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Edited Jan 11, 2010, 00:45
Re: Your Top Bowie tracks
Jan 11, 2010, 00:44
Just had the Heroes album on in the car driving down the motorway with snow coming down. Good listening experience.....3 things that struck me listening to it again...

1, Think the title track has a real tension that builds up with the passion breaking through when he reaches the 'Standing by the Wall' line. You almost feel like throwing him a towel when the track is over.

2, V-2 Schnieder - very glam rock sounding and not thought about the song in that way previously.

3, Neukoln - Used to think it sounded like someone strangling a goose but it's the one that I always go back to and is possibly my favourite Bowie track.

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hedlite
hedlite
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Re: Your Top Bowie tracks
Jan 11, 2010, 01:37
john i'm only dancing
red paeony
red paeony
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Re: Your Top Bowie tracks
Jan 11, 2010, 03:18
Yes indeed, about the build up in "Heroes".

That whole album is ethereal driving music.

Hope you made it safely on your excursion Dave. Have a good week.

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mojojojo
mojojojo
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Re: Your Top Bowie tracks
Jan 11, 2010, 17:26
I didn't know that. Great track that.

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sakedelic
sakedelic
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Re: Your Top Bowie tracks
Jan 15, 2010, 03:08
Black Country Rock
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