Well, luckily he’s not singing it. But, it’s a rather odd video nonetheless. Personally, I don’t get it. But, I’m not privy to Brit politics. If someone would like to explain it, I’d appreciate it.
My friends Jeni-Q and Cristin put together their Top 20 Bowie songs over at Jeni-Q’s place. That seemed rather simple enough. So, I thought I’d do it myself. First off, here’s theirs. For Jeni it was: Five Years Cygnet Committee … Continue reading
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David Bowie and death seem to go hand in hand for a long time. From the tragedy of his brother, his association with John Lennon, Marc Bolan, Klaus Nomi, Freddie Mercury, and of course, Mick Ronson. Unfortunately, it just doesn’t … Continue reading
Before I get started, start the mood music: I will be mentioning a common theme among Bowie songs as I delve into his lyrics more. From about 1971 until 1976 or so, Aleister Crowley is a recurring theme with Bowie’s … Continue reading
Got an email from a fellow in London, England, who discussed some aspects of this blog. One of the things he mentioned is how much he enjoys Quicksand. Now, that struck a nerve with me because Quicksand is one of … Continue reading
Rick Wakeman is arguably the most gifted keyboardist to ever grace rock. His breakthrough came in 1973 with The Six Wives of Henry VIII. However, in 1969 he was still pretty much unknown, not having joined Yes for the first … Continue reading