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David Bowie - Bowie From Station To Station album download
Performer: David Bowie
Title: Bowie From Station To Station
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FLAC size: 1433 mb | MP3 size: 1764 mb | WMA size: 1231 mb
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Station to Station is the 10th studio album by English musician David Bowie, released by RCA Records in 1976. Commonly regarded as one of his most significant works, Station to Station was the vehicle for his performance persona, the Thin White Duke. The album was recorded after he completed shooting Nicolas Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth, and the cover artwork featured a still from the movie

Before performing Station to Station‘s melancholy Word on a Wing, he added that the song was unwittingl. signal of distress; I’m sure that it was a call for help. And yet, according to guitarist Carlos Alomar, when Bowie and the band hit Cherokee Studios to make a new album in the fall of 1975, all of the havoc was left at the door. When we were in work mode, it was always about the work, he says. If it was fueled by coke or by whatever, David was always able to manage the decision-making.

Released: January1976 Label: RCA Producers: David Bowie, Harry Maslin. Station to Station was another album that had the original sleeve withdrawn just before release in the US and the UK. The withdrawn-by-Bowie colour version even went as far as being illustrated in RCA pre-release promotional material and some copies of the printed slick even made it to record stores in the UK for display purposes

About Station to Station. David Bowie was painfully and intimately aware of the tension between the desire to experience deep feelings and the desire to attain cold safety–frequently by being an alien, outside, and aloof. A canon is an accepted group of works, usually referring to works of a high quality (eg, the canon of Western literature includes the works of Dante, Shakespeare, Mark Twain, et. The song was written at a time when Bowie was artistically, intellectually, and spiritually turning away from America and back to his European roots–he’s returning to the European canon and the greatest hits of European thought and culture.

Station to Station was recorded while Bowie was in the grip of cocaine. While this is not shocking for anyone who followed the music industry in the ’70s and ’80s, what is shocking is how good of an album was produced by Bowie in that state. When an album only has six songs, things get a little easier, especially when all six are out-and-out gems.

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During the sessions for Station To Station, Bowie was heavily dependent on drugs, especially cocaine, and recalls almost nothing of the production. I have only flashes of making it," a saner Bowie said much later. I have serious problems about that year or two. I can't remember how I felt; I have no emotional geography.