Title: David Bowie DVD Collection
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The Platinum Collection is a compilation album by David Bowie, released in 2005. The period from 1969 to 1987 is summarised over three discs. The first disc is the same as the compilation The Best of David Bowie 1969/1974, which was released in 1997, and the second disc is the same as the 1998 compilation The Best of David Bowie 1974/1979.
Bowie was my very first rock star crush and the first album I ever bought was Hunky Dory. I was in 4th grade, 1982. I have been in love with him and his music ever since. Ответить Показать 4 ответа Уведомить меня 8 Helpful.
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей David Bowie. The 1969 original versions were released on Philips and titled "David Bowie" while the concurrent North American (US and Canada) releases on Mercury had a strap line "Man of Words/Man of Music" at the top of the album. Although Mercury still cataloged it as "David Bowie" it was commonly called by the strap line and when RCA repackaged and re-released it in 1972, they erroneously referred to this advertising title
Bowie The Video Collection is a video album by David Bowie, released in 1993. It included most official music videos made by Bowie between 1972 and 1990. All tracks were written by David Bowie, except where noted, and include the year the video was originally made. This is a personal David Bowie site listing all the music CD and Bootlegs in my collection and everything here is for reference only.
Loving The Alien (1983 - 1988). Welcome To The Blackout. The Platinum Collection.
David Bowie is the self-titled debut studio album by English musician David Bowie, released on 1 June 1967, on Deram Records. Its content bears little overt resemblance to the type of music that later made him famous, such as the folk rock of "Space Oddity" or the glam rock of The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.
DVD 1. Ashes to Ashes (Bowie) 2. Fashion (Bowie) 3. Under Pressure (Bowie, Deacon, May, Mercury, Taylor) 4. Drowned Girl (Brecht, Weill) 5. Let's Dance (Bowie) 6. China Girl (Bowie, Pop) 7. Modern Love (Bowie) 8. Cat People (Putting out Fire) (Bowie, Moroder) 9. Blue Jean (Bowie) 10. Loving the Alien (Bowie) 1. Now about album ( yes, it includes this perfect song). It's one of lates Bowie compilation, and as it stated on the cover, the songs came from his neo-period, it is from 1980 till 1987. This Bowie period is often criticized from very different points of attack. In one I am agree - there are not too many prog-songs, even for Bowie, who in genuine isn't prog singer/musician. But if you like Bowie, and if you are interested in that his period - it's golden album ! Yes, music there has strong pop-apeal, but from other hand, you can hear all Bowie genius in full there.
The World of David Bowie.