01. Lazarus (6:22)
Now this is a teaser– thx nodata.
Don’t really like this tune but really like the other two that are making the rounds.
67 yo and still kicking, all the power 2 u DB.
Dollar Days really stands out
some people just dont know when their time is up. in bowie’s case his time was up in the early 80s, i have no idea why hes stuck around for decades of irrelevancy
David Bowie is one of the greatest acts to come out of Britain. Chaplin, The Beatles, He is on par with both, his music never became soft and past the eighties it grew more experimental and strange, but never uninteresting, While Paul stomps around with a group of twenty year olds playing old songs, Bowie was forever in revolution, moving forward, Unless you are either Paul or John, or Charlie, you really can’t criticize this man at any level. We will never see anything like Bowie or The Beatles or Chaplin ever again. Appreciate what we have.
youthful, energetic, rebellious, but above all anachronistic music for the nostalgic-laden who just can’t get enough. Die! Die! Die!
Tora! Tora! Tora!
“Fashion, turn to the left, fashion, turn to the right. We got the goon squad and we’re coming to town, beep beep.”