Complete your David Bowie collection. It is a fairly good AUDIENCE recording.
Look up here, man, I'm in danger I've got nothing left to lose I'm so high, it makes my brain whirl Dropped my cell phone down below Ain't that just like me? By the time I got to New York I was living like a king There I used up all my money I was looking for your ass. This way or no way You know I'll be free Just like that bluebird Now, ain't that just like me? Oh, I'll be free Just like that bluebird Oh, I'll be free Ain't that just like me? . The video and its accompanying album were released on Bowie’s birthday (8th January), just days before his untimely death from liver cancer. It is a supremely artistic, supremely Bowie statement: a condensation of the human narrative, birth, death, into a single song and, like the Biblical parable of Lazarus (see bottom of this annotation) death pervades in life, as life pervades in death.
Bowie's 1970 album The Man Who Sold the World was his first with his classic band, the Spiders from Mars, who helped steer his sound from folk-tinged to forward-thinking rock & roll. This Lovecraft-ian science fiction song - with a title inspired by Robert A. Heinlein's novella The Man Who Sold the Moon - is evidently about an encounter with a doppelgänger - perhaps Bowie's past self . David Bowie was seemingly in danger of being a one-hit wonder by 1971. Space Oddity" was two long years in the past, and music had changed dramatically. Bowie remained cocky, though, and on the lead single from Hunky Dory, he even unloaded a warning on his rivals.
David Bowie is the second studio album by the English musician David Bowie, released under that title by Philips in the UK, and as Man of Words/Man of Music by Mercury in the US, on 14 November 1969. It was reissued in 1972 by RCA Records as Space Oddity (the title of the opening track, which had reached No. 5 in the UK Singles Chart). Space Oddity was the name used for CD releases of the album in 1984, 1990 and 1999, but it reverted to the original, eponymous title for 2009 and 2015 reissues.
David Bowie used the haunting lyrics of his swansong album to say goodbye to his fans following a secret 18-month battle with cancer. The 69-year-old singer, who died yesterday, penned seven cryptic tracks for his latest album Blackstar which hinted at the terminal nature of his condition. Perhaps the most moving track on the record is Lazarus, which became posthumously poignant today as he told fans: 'Look up here, I'm in heaven. Look up here, man, I'm in danger. I've got nothing left to lose. I'm so high it makes my brain whirl. Blackstar CDs are also selling for five times their value on the site. The album, which is on the 'new and trending' list on HMV, has also sold out on its online shop.
album: "Space Oddity (aka David Bowie & Man Of Words, Man Of Music)" (1969). Space Oddity Unwashed And Somewhat Slightly Dazed Letter To Hermione Cygnet Committee Janine An Occasional Dream Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud God Knows I'm Good Memory Of A Free Festival Conversation Piece. album: "The Man Who Sold The World" (1970). Five Years Soul Love Moonage Daydream Starman It Ain't Easy Lady Stardust Star Hang On To Yourself Ziggy Stardust Suffragette City Rock 'N' Roll Suicide John, I'm Only Dancing Velvet Goldmine Holy Holy Amsterdam Round And Round Sweet Head[2002 Reissue.
Album: Outside (1995). Translations: Croatian, Greek, Turkish Requests: Hungarian. Funny how secrets travel on. I'd start to believe if I were to bleed. I'm deranged down down down. So cruise me babe cruise me babe beyond. And the rain sets in. It's the angel-man. Cruise me, cruise me, cruise me, baby. The clutch of life and the fist of love.
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|5||New Killer Stars|
|7||All The Young Dudes|
|10||Station To Station|
|11||The Man Who Sold The World|
|13||The Lonliest Guy|
|15||Ashes To Ashes|
|17||I'm Afraid Of Americans|
|19||Life On Mars|
|HUR-01||David Bowie||Man, I'm In Danger (2xLP, Ltd, Unofficial, Col)||Not On Label (David Bowie)||HUR-01||2017|