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Hunky Dory, David Bowie - Bowie, then twenty-four, arrived at the Hunky Dory cover shoot with a Marlene Dietrich photo book: a perfect metaphor for this album's visionary blend of gay camp, flashy rock guitar and saloon-piano balladry. Bowie marked the polar ends of his artistic ambitions in tribute songs to Bob Dylan and Andy Warhol; in songs such as "Oh! You Pretty Things" and "Changes," he shows that he is already his own man, with a new sound that seems just as modern today as it was…

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from Offbeat Bride

Non-sappy father/daughter dance songs

.David Bowie -DVD The Greatest Hits from 1972 -1999 awesome.A late happy Birthday from me 08.01.1947 - 08.01.2016<3

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Readers' Poll: The 10 Best David Bowie Songs

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David Bowie quoted in the Breakfast Club. Actually the beginning of my quotes obsession. I printed it out and hung it on my dorm room wall freshman year. Ah memories :)

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