We recently published our selection of the most waited albums of 2013 (Click here to see the Liberation selection of the most awaited album of 2013) but we didn’t see this coming at all. A new album of the “White Duke” himself: Mr David Bowie is the best news we could have dreamed of to kick-off this very promising 2013!
David Bowie’s last studio album (Reality) was released exactly 10 years ago. The man that once said: “I don’t know where I’m going form here, but I promise it won’t be boring” has surprised us many time through his career and we couldn’t imagine a better return on the scene that this early year announcement! Early press releases reveal that the new album “The Next Day” should have a strong rock sound and should be released in March. We obviously can’t wait for it!
For the moment we can listen here to the new single:
While we wait for the album praying for a live tour as well (please please please!!) we have decided to review David Bowie’s 4 decades-long career (self titled debut album “David Bowie” was released in 1967!) by sharing a selection of out 10 favorite tunes picked from his 23 studio albums portfolio.
Click Here to listen to: The Liberation: David Bowie’s Top 10 songs
As usual, the task is not an easy one, therefore we expect reactions from Bowie’s fan all around the world.
What’s your favorite song of David Bowie? What did we miss in our list? Share it with us!!
“I’m not a prophet or a stone aged man, just a mortal with potential of a superman. I’m living on.”
– David Bowie –
Hey Hey, My My, the White Duke keeps (Rock&) rolling on…
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Most of the songs that appear on your top 10 list would be on my top 10 as well; in fact, I have created a discography on Squidoo (David Bowie: Lessons on the Creative Life) using 8 of the songs on your top 10 to explore Bowie’s approach to the creative process. Bowie continues to break new ground in his artistry.
Great Minds think alike!! What other songs did you add?
My list is a little shorter than yours, but the content on Bowie’s own insights into his creative processes is rather extensive. http://www.squidoo.com/david-bowie-s-lessons-for-theater The songs I included on my list are: Space Oddity; Oh, You Pretty Things; Life On Mars; Rebel, Rebel; The Man Who Sold The World; Quicksand; Changes; and Ashes to Ashes.
miss ‘Station to station’ and ‘Life on Mars?’
Life on Mars we have it! Station to Station almost made it!