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January 20, 2016 11:12 PM PST

Part two of my quietly impressionist tribute to Bowie and the legendary stardust he scattered all over the firmament. Once again, getting out of the way and letting David do the talking.


Fredi - Muukalainen (1973 Finnish cover of Bowie's "Starman")
David Bowie - The Drowned Girl (Brecht/Weill interpretation from Bowie's 1982 "Baal" EP)
Dagmar Krause - Surabaya Johnny (Brecht/Weill interpretation from Krause's 1986 "Supply and Demand" album)
Tori Amos - After All (David Bowie cover; outtake from Amos's "Strange Little Girls" album)
Paula E. Sheppard - Me and My Rhythm Box (from Slava Tsukerman's Bowie-ish 1982 druggie-alien-NYC-fashion cult movie "Liquid Sky")
David Bowie - I Took a Trip on a Gemini Spaceship (Legendary Stardust Cowboy cover from Bowie's 2002 "Heathen" album)
David Bowie - Girl Loves Me (from Bowie's 2016 "Blackstar" album)
David Sylvian & Ryuichi Sakamoto - Forbidden Colours (from soundtrack album of David Bowie's 1983 movie "Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence," also starring Sakamoto)
David Bowie - Rock 'n' Roll Suicide (from Bowie's 1972 album "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars"; coda is a nod to the English translation of Jacques Brel's "You're Not Alone [Jef]" for the American musical "Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris")
Elly Stone - You're Not Alone (Jef) (from "Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris" Original Cast Recording)
Walker Brothers - Nite Flights (original 1978 version of song Bowie covered on 1993's "Black Tie White Noise")
U2 - Zoo Station ("Zoo Station" can refer to either a railway station in Berlin or part of the German title of "Christiane F.," the 1981 movie Bowie contributed songs to)
David Bowie - African Night Flight (from Bowie's 1979 album "Lodger")
Zolar X - Space Age Love (Los Angeles glam rock band that dressed like space aliens and had its own invented language)
Mott the Hoople - Roll Away the Stone (RIP Terence Dale "Buffin" Griffin)
Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby - Another Drive-In Saturday (1970s Bowie/Mott tribute from their 2008 album "Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby")

January 13, 2016 09:05 PM PST

a quietly impressionist tribute to Bowie: originals, covers, remixes, style rips, references, etc. No talking just stardust.


David Bowie - Peter Catches the Wolf (from "David Bowie Narrates Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf")
Kate Bush - Moving (from "The Kick Inside"; written about Bush and Bowie's mime teacher Lindsay Kemp)
David Bowie - Breaking Glass ("Stage" version)
Hazel O'Connor - Eighth Day (from the Tony Visconti-produced soundtrack to her movie "Breaking Glass")
Nina Hagen - New York / N.Y. (German version; includes lyric that translates to "'Cause David Bowie's gonna be here tonight in New York")
David Bowie vs. 808 State - Sound + Vision ('Lectric Blue Mix)
Matthew Dear - Sound and Vision (Original Mix) (Bowie cover on Rapster Records)
Jobriath - Space Clown (from "Jobriath")
Lulu - Watch That Man (Bowie cover from "Heaven and Earth and the Stars")
David Bowie - Sorrow (from "Pin Ups"; covering The McCoys/The Merseys)
White Fence - She's Got Medals (Bowie cover from "The Lagniappe Sessions")
The Fall - Hard Life in Country (from "Fall in a Hole"; includes lyric "D. Bowie sound-alikes")
David Bowie - Rebel Rebel (Soulwax Edit) (from "50,000,000 Soulwax Fans Can't Be Wrong")
Chic - Chic Cheer (from "C'est Chic"; Nile Rodgers co-produced Bowie's "Let's Dance" LP)
Klaus Nomi - Falling in Love Again (from "Simple Man"; Nomi and Joey Arias performed with Bowie on "Saturday Night Live" in 1979)
David Bowie & Philip Glass - Heroes (Aphex Twin Remix) (from "26 Mixes for Cash"; Aphex Twin mixing Glass's orchestral version of "Heroes" with sampled Bowie vocals)

December 30, 2015 03:18 PM PST

Claire Thomas & Susan Vesey - Bright Waves
Mary Jane Leach - Green Mountain Madrigal
Morton Feldman - Chords (from "Three Voices for Joan La Barbara")
Ola Gjeilo - The Spheres (performers: Majorstua Kammerkor & Tore Erik Mohn)
Hubert Howe - 19-tone Clusters
Pauline Oliveros - Beautiful Soop

December 02, 2015 11:52 PM PST

Robert Wyatt - I'm a Believer
Roy Harper - Black Clouds
Dear Nora - Sarah, You're Not for Me
Pastels - Token Collecting
Lilys - There's No Such Thing as Black Orchids
Beth Sorrentino - Beautiful Dream (live 2014, Irene Trudel's show on WFMU)
Sugarplastic - Oh Leo
Pernice Brothers - Crestfallen
Goldie & the Gingerbreads - Walking in Different Circles
Tammy St. John - Dark Shadows and Empty Hallways
Chad Mitchell Trio - Dark Shadows and Empty Hallways
Walker Brothers - My Ship Is Comin' In
Joe Byrd & the Field Hippies - Moonsong - Pelog
Nellie McKay - Hungry Freaks, Daddy
Flesh Eaters - The Hammer Hits a Nail
Avengers - We Are the One

October 26, 2015 02:37 PM PDT
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Feelies - It's Only Life*
Woodentops - Plenty
Godley & Creme - Under Your Thumb
Michael Rother** - Dynamotron
Claire Hamill - Japanese Lullaby
Streetmark - Choral
Roxy Music - Eight Miles High
Blancmange - Disco-a-Bomb-Bomb
OMD - Genetic Engineering
Olga Bell - Incitation
Jessica Pratt - Moon Dude
R.E.M. - Dark Globe

*this record is 26, not 25 (sorry)
**I used the English pronunciation rather than the probable German one (sorry)

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