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 Post subject: Re: Mr David Bowie Requiescat in pace
PostPosted: Mon Dec 18, 2017 9:34 am 
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teresa wrote:

TTWD
Lord Byron
Will be Sadly Missed Stabbs and RoxySiren..
The irony is the next album Bowie put out after that quote (at his 50th) was the underwhelming Hours.

It gave me a bit of a chuckle revisiting these BF/Bowie memories, much of which was written as both Hours and the 1999 Roxy remasters were issued by Virgin.

http://stevepafford.com/record-collecto ... c-reviews/

http://stevepafford.com/record-collecto ... oxy-music/


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 Post subject: Re: Mr David Bowie Requiescat in pace
PostPosted: Mon Dec 18, 2017 8:26 pm 
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some interesting Bowie clippings from NME - circa '69 to '72

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 Post subject: Re: Mr David Bowie Requiescat in pace
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mid 70's clippings

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 Post subject: Re: Mr David Bowie Requiescat in pace
PostPosted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 1:25 pm 
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In memoriam

http://stevepafford.com/david-bowie-8-j ... uary-2016/


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 Post subject: Re: Mr David Bowie Requiescat in pace
PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 5:39 am 
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The Bowie and Roxy connections are forever solidified.

They toured together, or at least shared the bill at a few gigs.

Bowie's collaborations with Eno.

Tin Machine covering If There is Something.

Bowie and Phil appearing together with David Gilmour & Richard Wright.


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