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David Bowie


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4 stars In 1976 David Bowie was reborned and self-renamed as "The Thin White Duke".

Station to Station a shameless mainstream release, is probably one of Bowie's most passionate works. This album's most notable attribute is Bowie's dexterity as songwriter and vocal/actor performer.

This work is rich in variety yet it is quiet lineal, like an unfashionable/retro styling , moving along very focused & straight forward music compositions (Rock, Funk, Krautrock, Art rock, Blue-eyed soul, etc.). The list of tracks sound like a future "greatest hits" , which they actually turned out to be.

Another turning point in a vast discography full of ups and downs. Its flawless song disposition as its "un-conceptual" concept and heart felt lyricism sure add up to conform one of Bowie´s most famous albums and a very enticing one.

To hold on to, in your "not all that Prog" Rock collection.

****4 PA stars.

admireArt | 4/5 |


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