Here’s a bootleg that nobody needs, except maybe me.
Bowie’s pre-fame recordings have been repackaged many times, so why bother with this one?
Art about art is often a bit too self-referential, like the Escher drawing of a hand drawing a hand that is drawing the hand that is…you get the picture.
Here’s an RCA cash-in compilation of Bowie favorites…or are they?
His was a career known for new beginnings, and David Bowie’s 1993 album Black Tie White Noise is no exception. The record’s house-inspired sound hasn’t aged as well as Bowie’s classic albums, […]
Or maybe they are love songs, who am I to judge? The point is that things aren’t always as they appear.
“Never Let Me Down” might be the most inappropriately titled song/album in the David Bowie discography.
Here’s a great Bowie disc for the completist in your life.
For my money, “Modern Love” is the greatest hit of Bowie’s eighties pop era.
All songs (well, most) tell a story, but story songs are really something special.