David Bowie - The World Of David Bowie download album
Complete your David Bowie collection. Of the four tracks not on the 1967 album, one of the outtakes is in stereo, the other three tracks are mono recordings electronically processed to provide a stereo effect.
The World of David Bowie is an album by David Bowie, released in 1970. It contains material from his first album David Bowie, as well as previously unreleased songs. The track listing was chosen by Bowie himself. The sleeve photo is by Ian Dickson. All songs written by David Bowie. Tracks 1, 3, and 6 on side two were previously unreleased. Side one. "Uncle Arthur" - 2:07. Love You till Tuesday" - 3:09. There Is a Happy Land" - 3:11. Little Bombardier" - 3:24. Sell Me a Coat" - 2:58.
The World of David Bowie.
David Bowie, vocals, guitar John McLaughlin, guitar (on Side 2, Tracks 1 and 3) Herbie Flowers, bass Tony Visconti - bass, background vocals Barry Morgan or Andy White, drums Steve Peregrin-Took, pixiephone. LP-DAVID BOWIE-THE MAN WHO SOLD THE WORLD -LP- Parlophone. The Man Who Sold The World - David Bowie - RCA Victor LSP-4816. The World Of David Bowie Decca Records.
The Man Who Sold The World (2015 Remastered Version). Авторы текста и музыки. WMG (от лица компании "PLG UK Catalog"); Sony ATV Publishing, BMG Rights Management, União Brasileira de Compositores, ARESA, CMRRA, SOLAR Music Rights Management, Abramus Digital, ASCAP, EMI Music Publishing" и другие авторские общества (7).
David Bowie’s sheer plurality makes for one of the most eclectic and distinguished bodies of work in all of rock: glam superstar, soul boy, acoustic folkie, electronic avatar, art-rock pioneer, mainstream pop king. That he departed this world on such a high, with 2016’s stunning Blackstar, has only compounded his reputation. It also means that choosing his finest album-only tracks has become even more challengin. 0) Girl Loves Me (Blackstar, 2016). Taken from the heaviest album that Bowie ever made, the opening track of The Man Who Sold The World is an epic showcase for his songwriting ambition and the extraordinary guitar-playing of Mick Ronson. Its sudden shifts and loose tempos place it in prog territory too, Sabbath-ish noise eliding into acoustic passages before re-emerging as convulsive boogie-blues.
When David Bowie became a superstar in the early '70s, some of the fans who were converted by Hunky Dory or Ziggy Stardust decided to check out collections of his pre-Space Oddity output of the '60s. One of those collections was The World of David Bowie, a 14-song LP that Decca released in the .
David Bowie’s Hunky Dory LP (his first for RCA), was released on this day in the UK in 1971. The album had already been released in the USA at this point, as had the attendant single, Changes. It eventually peaked at incredible when one considers how precious a recording the majority of Bowie fans (and indeed, rock fans in general), consider Hunky Dory to be today. Bowie performed "The Man Who Sold the World," "TVC 15" and Boys Keep Swinging, with extraordinary guest appearances from Klaus Nomi and Joey Arias. The show was hosted by the actor Martin Sheen.
The discography of English singer David Bowie (1947–2016) included 27 studio albums, 11 live albums, 51 compilation albums, eight extended plays (EPs), 128 singles, including five UK number-one singles, and four soundtracks. Bowie also released 14 video albums and 72 music videos. Bowie's debut release was the 1964 single "Liza Jane" by Davie Jones & the King Bees. He released two more singles in 1965 under the names of The Manish Boys and Davy Jones & the Lower Third.
You like David Bowie? His early work was a little too jazzy for my taste, but when Hunky Dory came out in '71, I think he really came into the mainstream, commercially and artistically. The whole album has a clear, crisp sound, and a new sheen of consummate professionalism that really gives the songs a big boost. He's been compared to Freddie Mercury and Alice Cooper, but I think Bowie had a far more flamboyant, androgynous sense of style. David Bowie in rare form. This album is a true heavyweight amongst the all of the low card fighters. There is no other imagination that can carry through your meaningless existence but David Bowie. Why so low? The title track is one of his best songs.
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|A2||Love You Till Tuesday||3:08|
|A3||There Is A Happy Land (Where Only Children Go)||3:05|
|A5||Sell Me A Coat||2:57|
|A6||Silly Boy Blue||3:47|
|A7||The London Boys||3:19|
|B3||Let Me Sleep Beside You||3:23|
|B4||Come And Buy My Toys||2:07|
|B5||She's Got Medals||2:23|
|B6||In The Heat Of The Morning
Producer – Tony Visconti
|B7||The Laughing Gnome||3:22|
- Producer – Mike Vernon (tracks: A1 to B5, B7)
- Written-By – David Bowie
Made in Holland
This 1973 reissue replaces "When I Live My Dream" with "The Laughing Gnome"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: STEMRA
|SPA 58, SPA58, SPA.58||David Bowie||The World Of David Bowie (LP, Comp)||Decca, Decca, Decca||SPA 58, SPA58, SPA.58||UK||1970|
|SPA 58||David Bowie||The World Of David Bowie (LP, Comp, RE)||Decca||SPA 58||UK||1973|
|L20P 1053||David Bowie||Bowie (LP, Comp, Rei)||London Records||L20P 1053||Japan||1982|
|SPA 58, SPA58, SPA.58||David Bowie||The World Of David Bowie (LP, Comp)||Decca, Decca, Decca||SPA 58, SPA58, SPA.58||UK||Unknown|
|L18P 1268||David Bowie||Bowie (LP, Comp)||London Records||L18P 1268||Japan||1988|