In remembrance of David Bowie, who passed away earlier this week, we celebrate what Bowie has done for music and fashion. Bowie's influence transcends. David Bowie war ein britischer Musiker, Sänger, Produzent und Schauspieler. In seiner annähernd 50 Jahre dauernden Karriere war er mit 26 Studioalben einer der einflussreichsten Musiker der Rock- und Popmusik und mit rund Millionen verkauften. Pünktlich zum Geburtstag von Davie Bowie kommt die limitierte Vinyl heraus. Darüber hinaus gibt es aber noch ein anderes großes Event.
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Without the oblivion that drugs had brought, he was now in a healthy enough mental condition to want to make friends. The final piece in what Bowie called his " triptych ", Lodger , eschewed the minimalist, ambient nature of the other two, making a partial return to the drum- and guitar-based rock and pop of his pre-Berlin era.
The result was a complex mixture of new wave and world music , in places incorporating Hijaz non-Western scales.
Some tracks were composed using Eno and Peter Schmidt 's Oblique Strategies cards: "Boys Keep Swinging" entailed band members swapping instruments, "Move On" used the chords from Bowie's early composition "All the Young Dudes" played backwards, and "Red Money" took backing tracks from "Sister Midnight", a piece previously composed with Iggy Pop.
Ahead of its release, RCA's Mel Ilberman stated, "It would be fair to call it Bowie's Sergeant Pepper Scary Monsters and Super Creeps produced the number-one hit " Ashes to Ashes ", featuring the textural work of guitar-synthesist Chuck Hammer and revisiting the character of Major Tom from "Space Oddity".
The song gave international exposure to the underground New Romantic movement when Bowie visited the London club "Blitz"—the main New Romantic hangout—to recruit several of the regulars including Steve Strange of the band Visage to act in the accompanying video, renowned as one of the most innovative of all time.
The album's hard rock edge included conspicuous guitar contributions from Robert Fripp , Chuck Hammer , and Pete Townshend. Bowie paired with Queen in for a one-off single release, " Under Pressure ".
The duet was a hit, becoming Bowie's third UK number-one single. Coinciding with its transmission, a five-track EP of songs from the play, recorded earlier in Berlin, was released as David Bowie in Bertolt Brecht's Baal.
In March , the month before Paul Schrader 's film Cat People came out, Bowie's title song, " Cat People Putting Out Fire ", was released as a single, becoming a minor US hit and entering the UK Top Bowie reached his peak of popularity and commercial success in with Let's Dance.
Its three singles became Top 20 hits in both countries, where its title track reached number one. Let's Dance was followed by the Serious Moonlight Tour , during which Bowie was accompanied by guitarist Earl Slick and backing vocalists Frank and George Simms.
The world tour lasted six months and was extremely popular. Tonight , another dance-oriented album, found Bowie collaborating with Tina Turner and, once again, Iggy Pop.
It included a number of cover songs, among them the Beach Boys hit " God Only Knows ". The album bore the transatlantic Top 10 hit " Blue Jean ", itself the inspiration for a short film that won Bowie a Grammy Award for Best Short Form Music Video , Jazzin' for Blue Jean.
Bowie performed at Wembley Stadium in for Live Aid , a multi-venue benefit concert for Ethiopian famine relief.
The same year, Bowie worked with the Pat Metheny Group to record " This Is Not America " for the soundtrack of The Falcon and the Snowman.
Released as a single, the song became a Top 40 hit in the UK and US. Bowie was given a role in the film Absolute Beginners. It was poorly received by critics, but Bowie's theme song , also named " Absolute Beginners ", rose to No.
He also appeared as Jareth , the Goblin King, in the Jim Henson film Labyrinth , for which he worked with composer Trevor Jones and wrote five original songs.
Peaking at No. Bowie later described it as his "nadir", calling it "an awful album". Bowie's backing band included Peter Frampton on lead guitar.
Contemporary critics maligned the tour as overproduced, saying it pandered to the current stadium rock trends in its special effects and dancing,  although in later years critics acknowledged the tour's strengths and influence on concert tours by other artists, such as Britney Spears , Madonna , and U2.
Bowie shelved his solo career in , retreating to the relative anonymity of band membership for the first time since the early s.
A hard-rocking quartet, Tin Machine came into being after Bowie began to work experimentally with guitarist Reeves Gabrels.
The line-up was completed by Tony and Hunt Sales , whom Bowie had known since the late s for their contribution, on bass and drums respectively, to Iggy Pop's album Lust for Life.
Although he intended Tin Machine to operate as a democracy, Bowie dominated, both in songwriting and in decision-making. Tin Machine's first world tour was a commercial success, but there was growing reluctance—among fans and critics alike—to accept Bowie's presentation as merely a band member.
In October , a decade after his divorce from Angie, Bowie and Somali -born supermodel Iman were introduced by a mutual friend.
Bowie recalled, "I was naming the children the night we met Tin Machine II ' s arrival was marked by a widely publicised and ill-timed conflict over the cover art: after production had begun, the new record label, Victory , deemed the depiction of four ancient nude Kouroi statues, judged by Bowie to be "in exquisite taste", to be "a show of wrong, obscene images", requiring air-brushing and patching to render the figures sexless.
On 20 April , Bowie appeared at The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert , following the Queen singer's death the previous year. As well as performing "Heroes" and "All the Young Dudes", he was joined on "Under Pressure" by Annie Lennox , who took Mercury's vocal part; during his appearance, Bowie knelt and recited the Lord's Prayer at Wembley Stadium.
Intending to move to Los Angeles, they flew in to search for a suitable property, but found themselves confined to their hotel, under curfew: the Los Angeles riots began the day they arrived.
They settled in New York instead. In , Bowie released his first solo offering since his Tin Machine departure, the soul, jazz, and hip-hop influenced Black Tie White Noise.
Making prominent use of electronic instruments, the album, which reunited Bowie with Let's Dance producer Nile Rodgers , confirmed Bowie's return to popularity, hitting the number-one spot on the UK charts and spawning three Top 40 hits, including the Top 10 single " Jump They Say ".
Only the title track had been used in the television adaptation, although some of his themes for it were also present on the album.
The album was a critical success but received a low-key release and only made No. Reuniting Bowie with Eno, the quasi- industrial Outside was originally conceived as the first volume in a non-linear narrative of art and murder.
Featuring characters from a short story written by Bowie, the album achieved UK and US chart success, and yielded three Top 40 UK singles. Visiting cities in Europe and North America between September and February , the tour saw the return of Gabrels as Bowie's guitarist.
Bowie was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on 17 January Bowie's song " I'm Afraid of Americans " from the Paul Verhoeven film Showgirls was re-recorded for the album, and remixed by Trent Reznor for a single release.
The heavy rotation of the accompanying video, also featuring Trent Reznor , contributed to the song's week stay in the US Billboard Hot Reznor also executive produced the Lost Highway soundtrack which begins and ends with different mixes of Bowie's Outside song " I'm Deranged ".
Although the track was edited out of the final cut, it was later re-recorded and released as "Safe" on the B-side of Bowie's single " Everyone Says 'Hi' ".
Bowie, with Reeves Gabrels, created the soundtrack for Omikron: The Nomad Soul , a computer game in which he and Iman also voiced characters based on their likenesses.
Released the same year and containing re-recorded tracks from Omikron , his album Hours featured a song with lyrics by the winner of his "Cyber Song Contest" Internet competition, Alex Grant.
Bowie and Visconti continued their collaboration, producing a new album of completely original songs instead: the result of the sessions was the album Heathen.
On 25 June , Bowie made his second appearance at the Glastonbury Festival in England, playing 30 years after his first. Taking place in Europe and North America, the tour opened at London's annual Meltdown festival, for which Bowie was that year appointed artistic director.
Among the acts he selected for the festival were Philip Glass , Television , and the Dandy Warhols. As well as songs from the new album, the tour featured material from Bowie's Low era.
On 13 June, Bowie headlined the last night of the Isle of Wight Festival , his final live show in the UK. Originally thought to be a pinched nerve in his shoulder, the pain was later diagnosed as an acutely blocked coronary artery , requiring an emergency angioplasty in Hamburg.
The remaining 14 dates of the tour were cancelled. In the years following his recuperation from the heart attack, Bowie reduced his musical output, making only one-off appearances on stage and in the studio.
He sang in a duet of his song " Changes " with Butterfly Boucher for the animated film Shrek 2. Bowie was awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award on 8 February The event was recorded, and a selection of songs on which he had contributed joint vocals were subsequently released.
Bowie was chosen to curate the High Line Festival, selecting musicians and artists for the Manhattan event, including electronic pop duo AIR , surrealist photographer Claude Cahun , and English comedian Ricky Gervais.
In late March , Toy , Bowie's previously unreleased album from , was leaked onto the internet, containing material used for Heathen and most of its single B-sides, as well as unheard new versions of his early back catalogue.
On 8 January , his 66th birthday, his website announced a new album, to be titled The Next Day and scheduled for release 8 March for Australia, 12 March for the United States, and 11 March for the rest of the world.
The announcement was accompanied by the immediate release of a single, " Where Are We Now? A music video for "Where Are We Now?
A second video, "The Stars Are Out Tonight ", was released 25 February. Directed by Floria Sigismondi , it stars Bowie and Tilda Swinton as a married couple.
According to The Times , Bowie ruled out ever giving an interview again. The album featured rare tracks and old material from his catalogue in addition to a new song titled " Sue Or in a Season of Crime ".
In August , it was announced that Bowie was writing songs for a Broadway musical based on the SpongeBob SquarePants cartoon series.
His last public appearance was at opening night of the production. Blackstar was released on 8 January , Bowie's 69th birthday, and was met with critical acclaim.
In September a box set was released covering Bowie's mids soul period, including The Gouster , a previously unreleased album.
At the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on 12 February , Bowie won all five nominated awards: Best Rock Performance ; Best Alternative Music Album ; Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical ; Best Recording Package ; and Best Rock Song.
They were Bowie's first Grammy wins in musical categories. While always primarily a musician, Bowie took acting roles throughout his career, appearing in over 30 movies, television shows and theatrical productions.
Bowie's acting career was "productively selective," largely eschewing starring roles for cameos and supporting parts. The beginnings of Bowie's acting career predate his commercial breakthrough as a musician.
Studying avant-garde theatre and mime under Lindsay Kemp, he was given the role of Cloud in Kemp's theatrical production Pierrot in Turquoise later made into the television film The Looking Glass Murders.
In , Bowie earned acclaim for his first major film role, portraying Thomas Jerome Newton, an alien from a dying planet, in The Man Who Fell to Earth , directed by Nicolas Roeg.
Bowie played Joseph Merrick in the Broadway theatre production The Elephant Man , which he undertook wearing no stage make-up, and which earned high praise for his expressive performance.
He played the part times between and Its soundtrack album, Christiane F. Lawrence , based on Laurens van der Post 's novel The Seed and the Sower , Bowie played Major Jack Celliers, a prisoner of war in a Japanese internment camp.
To promote the single " Blue Jean " Bowie filmed the 21 minute short film Jazzin' for Blue Jean with director Julien Temple , and played the dual roles of romantic protagonist Vic and arrogant rock star Screaming Lord Byron.
In , Bowie reteamed with director John Landis for an episode of the HBO sitcom Dream On  and played a disgruntled restaurant employee opposite Rosanna Arquette in The Linguini Incident.
The prequel to the television series was poorly received at the time of its release, but has since been critically reevaluated.
Despite having several episodes which focus on vampires and Bowie's involvement, the show had no plot connection to the film of the same name.
In Mr. Rice's Secret , Bowie played the title role as the neighbour of a terminally ill year-old. Nolan later claimed that Bowie was his only preference to play Tesla, and that he personally appealed to Bowie to take the role after he initially passed.
In a interview with Consequence of Sound , director Denis Villeneuve revealed his intention to cast Bowie in Blade Runner as the lead villain, Niander Wallace, but when news broke of Bowie's death in January of the same year, Villeneuve was forced to look for talent with similar "rock star" qualities.
He eventually cast actor and lead singer of Thirty Seconds to Mars , Jared Leto. Talking about the casting process, Villeneuve said: "Our first thought [for the character] had been David Bowie, who had influenced Blade Runner in many ways.
When we learned the sad news, we looked around for someone like that. He [Bowie] embodied the Blade Runner spirit. His character was portrayed via archival footage.
At Bowie's request, Lynch overdubbed Bowie's original dialogue with a different actor's voice, as Bowie was unhappy with his Cajun accent in the original movie.
Bowie was also a painter and artist. He moved to Switzerland in , purchasing a chalet in the hills to the north of Lake Geneva.
In the new environment, his cocaine use decreased and he found time for other pursuits outside his musical career. When on tour, he took to sketching in a notebook, and photographing scenes for later reference.
Visiting galleries in Geneva and the Brücke Museum in Berlin, Bowie became, in the words of biographer Christopher Sandford, "a prolific producer and collector of contemporary art.
In , during an interview with Michael Kimmelman for The New York Times , he said "Art was, seriously, the only thing I'd ever wanted to own.
After his death, his family decided to sell most of the collection because they "didn't have the space" to store it. Vuonna Bowie julkaisi albumin Heathen.
Hän soitti levyllä useampia instrumentteja kuin levyillään pitkään aikaan. Albumi oli edeltäjiään tummasävyisempi ja heijasti Bowien tuntoja omasta vanhenemisestaan.
Levy sai hyvät arvostelut ja menestyi melko hyvin. Bowien seuraava studiolevy Reality sai kriitikoilta pääosin myönteisen vastaanoton.
Vuonna Bowie joutui kesken kiertueensa sydänleikkaukseen valtimotukoksen seurauksena. Bowie julkaisi viimeiseksi jääneen albuminsa Blackstar vuotispäivänään vuonna , kaksi päivää ennen kuolemaansa.
Bowie oli kiinnitetty näyttelijäksi Twin Peaks -televisiosarjan uusioversioon , mutta hän ehti kuolla ennen kuvauksien alkua.
Bowie esiintyi Suomessa viidesti. Ensimmäinen kerta oli vuonna Messukeskuksen UKK-hallissa. Bowie esiintyi A Reality Tourillaan kahdesti Suomessa, ensin lokakuussa Hartwall-areenalla Helsingissä ja toisen kerran kesäkuussa Provinssirockissa Seinäjoella.
Bowien kuoleman jälkeen vuonna julkaistaan häneltä kaksi uutta levyä. Is It Any Wonder? Ensimmäinen, The Man Who Sold The World , julkaistiin 8. Muiden julkaistavien laulujen nimiä ei ole vielä paljastettu.
Toinen julkaistava EP-levy, ChangesNowBowie on yhdeksän kappaletta sisältävä livetallenne. Se julkistetaan rajattuna CD- ja LP-painoksena Bowien ensirakkaus oli tanssijatar Hermione Farthingale, jonka kanssa hän asui yhdessä vuonna Pari sai Duncan Zowie Haywood Jones -nimisen pojan vuonna Avioliitto alkoi rakoilla luvun puoliväliin mennessä ja päättyi eroon Zowie-pojan huoltajuus jäi David Bowielle.
Zowie tunnetaan nykyisin elokuvaohjaaja Duncan Jonesina. Bowie seurusteli ennen toista avioliittoaan muun muassa näyttelijä Susan Sarandonin kanssa vuonna Vuonna Bowie avioitui somalialaisen huippumallin Iman Abdulmajidin kanssa.
Vuonna syntyi Bowien ja Imanin tytär Alexandria Zahra. Ain't there one damn song that can make me break down and cry? Is it nice in your snow storm, freezing your brain?
Dutchdean January 7, Report. This section is a mess, too many vinyl compilations listed. They are not albums! For example 'Rock Concert' from Please can we sort this out THE BOWIE VINYL FACTORY - or - how Death increases fame - and profit for all except the performer [specifically vinyl here.
It was totally understandable the year of Bowie's death, though still awesome in its extent. He's obviously one of our greatest artists and performers.
And in the capitalist world, the reaction is More Product. Only the well-pocketed with a shed-load of storage can possibly keep up.
Of course there was Black Star and its singles. Then presses and continual represses of important and recent albums. Lazarus the stage production and the complete Man Who Fell to Earth.
The expensive and quirky 7" picture discs, unplayed by most? Of course there is the completist's dream the 'five' year box sets. Wonderful items, though perhaps a bit of a tease for those who already have all the albums.
Then other items, some of which are great to listen to. Bowie at the Beeb is a quality production and has some truly alternative takes.
And other items, some of them 'rare', some simply odd: anthologies, live sets, collaborations, some 'strictly limited'.
And some not even worth having? I wouldn't know - I don't have that big shed. Now we have the swirly vinyl ltd edition!!!
It's a key edition for the hard-to-find-on-vinyl Outside complete - not 'excerpts'. For me Outside is a key Bowie album. It is great to have the full version available on vinyl again - I hope the sound production does the music justice.
Less key are the other swrirlies - and three swirly options for each album!!! Fine, yes, it's fun, but kind of totally mad since these albums weren't being sold by the pick-up truck before death.
It does make you wonder what the message is. And let's not get all gloomy - it really isn't worth it, far worse things are happening.
My comment throughout this mania not aimed at sellers is think when you collect. In my opinion, real fans should be looking at the older items and perhaps even when Bowie was less popular.
There are some great items out there at cheap prices. Listen to it, choose carefully and enjoy it.
Don't buy because it is Bowie. Buy it because you love Bowie. Sometimes when these current 'ltd editions' are issued they are not that limted at all a ten thousand press run is not going to be a valuable collector's piece, unless it is Black Star.
It is incredible the Bowie mania is still continuing and being harvested. It won't continue. Those who bought because of the mania not the sound will eventually turn away and then prices will stabilise.
Another Star will die and Bowie will be only appreciated by his fans perhaps a growing number? Outside marked the reconnection of Bowie and Brian Eno, who had not worked with each other since the late s, on Bowie's " Berlin Trilogy ".
They met at Bowie's wedding to Iman Abdulmajid in , where they each played pieces of their own music at the wedding reception and delighted at the "ebb and flow" of couples on the dance floor.
At that point, Bowie knew "we were both interested in nibbling at the periphery of the mainstream rather than jumping in.
We sent each other long manifestoes about what was missing in music and what we should be doing. We decided to really experiment and go into the studio with not even a gnat of an idea.
Late in , Q magazine asked Bowie to write a diary for 10 days, to be later published in the magazine, but Bowie, fearful his diary would be boring " Bowie said "Rather than 10 days, it became 15 years in his life!
David Bowie in on his fascination with things "outside" the mainstream . As a result, unlike for some of Bowie's previous albums,  not a single song, save for " Strangers When We Meet ", was written prior to the band going into the studio.
Instead, Bowie wrote many songs alongside the band in improvised sessions. In , while talking to the press about the album, Bowie said "What Brian did, which was really useful, is he provided everybody with flash cards at the beginning of the day.
On each one, a character was written, like 'You are the disgruntled member of a South African rock band. Play the notes that were suppressed. Because that set the tone for the day, the music would take on all those obscure areas.
The "random cutups" from the Adler story that are part of the album's lyrics and liner notes were written by Bowie, who typed them into his Mac computer and then ran a custom program called the Verbasizer.
The Verbasizer was a program written by Gracenote co-founder Ty Roberts,  the program would cut up and reassemble Bowie's words electronically, much like he had done with paper, scissors and glue back in the s.
He would then look at the lyrics while the band played a song and decide "whether I was going to sing, do a dialogue, or become a character.
I would improvise with the band, really fast on my feet, getting from one line to another and seeing what worked.
At nearly 75 minutes, the album is one of Bowie's longest. When it was released, Bowie knew that could be a problem.
He said, "as soon as I released that I thought, 'It's much too fucking long. It's gonna die. I really should have made it two CDs.
The liner notes feature a short story by Bowie titled "The diary of Nathan Adler or the art-ritual murder of Baby Grace Blue: A non-linear Gothic Drama Hyper-cycle.
In this future, murder and mutilation of bodies had become a new underground art craze. The main character, Nathan Adler, was in the business of deciding what of this was legally acceptable as art and what was, in a word, trash.
The album is filled with references to characters and their lives as he investigates the complicated events leading up to the murder of a fourteen-year-old girl.
One is led to assume that Bowie's main character, Nathan Adler, works for the British government due to several references to the cities of London and Oxford , but in the liner notes these are revealed to be, at least in some cases, London, Ontario , and Oxford, New Jersey , indicating that the entire story may take place in North America—or, indeed, that the distinction between the two places has become blurred and indistinguishable.
Bowie would claim that the album has "strong smatterings of Diamond Dogs The idea of this post-apocalyptic situation is there, somehow. You can kind of feel it.
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But Bowie led the way in contextualizing pop through LGBT identity. The Hunky Dory song "Queen Bitch" is sung in gay vernacular "She's so swishy in her satin and tat!
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