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8 thoughts on “ Art Decade - David Bowie - Low (CD, Album)

  1. The pun of the title -- 'art decayed' -- reflects David Bowie's own concern with his artistic inspiration needing some rejuicing, as could be seen on another song from the Low album, "Sound and Vision.".
  2. There are a couple of lines by David Bowie about Lucio Battisti that you can find floating around online. One comes from Gianfranco Salvatore’s book L’Arcobaleno - “My favourite singer by a long way is Lucio Battisti.” And in he apparently declared that Lou Reed and Lucio Battisti were his two favourite singers and that he would have loved to collaborate with the latter .
  3. Low, an Album by David Bowie. Released in on RCA (catalog no. CPL; Vinyl LP). Genres: Art Rock.
  4. Sep 27,  · First CD release of 'Low', originally released on RCA AYL in January, Originally came in jewel case with "Patents pending M64TI" words on back tray case. TMK(S) Registered ® RCA Corporation/5(40).
  5. Definitely a departure from Bowie's early work as he was struggling with addiction and working exclusively in West Berlin. Bowie embraced a lot of the new age jazz scene and brought out his saxophone on a few tracks including the pop-tingling 'Sound and Vision'.Carlos Alomar and Brian Eno heavily influenced the compositions and Low represents Bowie as the ever-struggling artist .
  6. DAVID BOWIE - Low Album Lyrics; 1. A New Career In A New Town: 2. Always Crashing In The Same Car: 3. Always Crashing In The Same Car - Remastered Version: 4. Art Decade: 5. Be My Wife: 6. Be My Wife - Remastered Version: 7. Breaking Glass: 8. Breaking Glass - Remastered Version: 9. Some Are: Sound and Vision: Sound and.
  7. Producer – David Bowie, Tony Visconti Notes Promo for the first CD release of 'Low', originally released in (original long out of print German pressing).
  8. "Art Decade" is an instrumental by English singer-songwriter David Bowie, released on his album Low. The song is named for a street Bowie had encountered in West Berlin, whose name was a pun on the art deco style. In fact, the song itself is, like the rest of the songs on the b-side of Low, a portrait piece of a certain location, in this case, West Berlin. Recounting his .

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