David Bowie - Absolute Beginners download album
Absolute Beginners" is a song written and recorded by David Bowie. Released on 3 March 1986, it was the theme song to the 1986 film of the same name (itself an adaptation of the book Absolute Beginners). Although the film was not a commercial success, the song reached No. 2 on the UK Singles Chart. It also reached the top ten on the main singles charts in eight other countries, becoming his last single to achieve that. It was less successful in the US, peaking at No. 53 on the Billboard Hot 100.
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Absolute Beginners (Full Length Version) (12", Maxi). VINX 110. David Bowie. Absolute Beginners (12"). Absolute Beginners (12", Promo).
Absolute Beginners Lyrics. I've nothing much to offer There's nothing much to take I'm an absolute beginner And I'm absolutely sane As long as we're together The rest can go to hell I absolutely love you But we're absolute beginners With eyes completely open But nervous all the same. If our love song Could fly over mountains Could laugh at the ocean Just like the films There's no reason To feel all the hard times To lay down the hard lines It's absolutely true.
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Absolute Beginners (Single Version). Album: Absolute Beginners - EP, 2007. I Do not own this song david bowie does. Has been played on. United Kingdom 10. QMR Classic Gold 80.
Album: Absolute Beginners Soundtrack (1986). Charted: 2 53. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. This song is about love that is still in embryonic state. It was written for the 1986 film, Absolute Beginners. Bowie was in the movie, which is a musical based on a book by Colin MacInnes. The book is set in London in the late '50s and deal with the youth culture that would eventually become the Mod movement. The musical starred Patsy Kensit and was directed by Julien Temple, who had previously directed The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle - a mockumentary starring The Sex Pistols.
David Bowie releases Nothing Has Changed today, a collection of hits spanning his illustrious career (and, believe it or not, his 46th compilation album!). While hardened Bowie fans aren’t going to find anything new on the compilation (apart from his jazzy new track Sue (Or In A Season of Crime)), it’s a (slightly overwhelming) goldmine of material for newcomers to the great man’s music. Compilation albums are only the beginning, though. Once you’ve finished with Nothing Has Changed, what should you (as a Bowie newbie) move onto next? Hunky Dory. The one everyone has heard, and for good reason. Bowie’s classic glam rock opera about an alien and his band is an absolute classic, with 11 tracks of pure glam rock gold. You’ve probably heard most of the hits already, but it’s worth sitting back and enjoying the album in one go. It’s one of the best concept albums of all time.
|A||Absolute Beginners (Full Length Version)||7:43|
|B||Absolute Beginners (Dub Mix)||5:22|
- Mastered At – Tape One
- Pressed By – EMI Records
- Backing Vocals – Janet Armstrong
- Baritone Saxophone – Andy Mackintosh*, Don Weller, Gordon Murphy
- Bass – Matthew Seligman
- Design, Art Direction – Tracy Drew
- Drums – Neil Conti
- Guitar – Kevin Armstrong
- Keyboards – Steve Nieve
- Keyboards [Extra] – Rick Wakeman
- Lacquer Cut By – BilBo
- Percussion – Luis Jardim
- Photography By – Starr*, Davies*
- Photography By [Back Cover] – Roger Mayne
- Producer – Clive Langer/Alan Winstanley*, David Bowie
- Saxophone [Solo] – Don Weller
- Tenor Saxophone – Gary Barnacle, Paul Weimer*, Willie Garnett
- Vocals, Written-By – David Bowie
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5012980083862
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out, side A, stamped. Var. 1): VS 83812 A-2U-1-1
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out, side B, stamped. Var. 1): VS 83812 B-1U-1-1
- Matrix / Runout (A&B-side run-outs, etched): BILBO TAPE ONE
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out, side A, stamped. Var. 2): VS 83812 A-1U-1-1
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out, side B, stamped. Var. 2): VS 83812 B-1U-1-1-11
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): VS 83812 A-2U-1-1
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): VS 83812 B-2U-1-1
|VS 838, VS. 838||David Bowie||Absolute Beginners (7", Single)||Virgin, Virgin||VS 838, VS. 838||UK||1986|
|VS 838-12||David Bowie||Absolute Beginners (12", Maxi)||Virgin||VS 838-12||Australia||1986|
|7PRO-9627||David Bowie||Absolute Beginners (7", Single, Promo)||EMI America||7PRO-9627||US||1986|
|VSS 838||David Bowie||Absolute Beginners (7", Single, Ltd, Pic)||Virgin||VSS 838||UK||1986|
|S-75130||David Bowie||Absolute Beginners (12", Single)||EMI America||S-75130||Canada||1986|