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Bowie Chooses Winner Of Songwriting Contest
MTV announces that David Bowie has selected a winner for his online-sponsored songwriting contest, as Alex Grant has been chosen to fly to New York City and participate in the sessions as Bowie records Grant's winning lyrics for "What's Really Happening."
http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1426398/19990122/story.jhtml
Poems for Bowienet
Setlists, reviews, and photos from recent Bowie concerts, and poems by members of Bowienet.
http://poemsforbowienet.com/
Melissa's David Bowie Page
A selection of Bowie pictures, mainly from his appearance in the movie 'Labyrinth'. Also a small discography.
http://www.angelfire.com/yt/melw/
The Glam Genome Project
Bowie "bedtime stories," Bowie addiction test, history of glam.
http://www.geocities.com/glamsters/
Space Oddity
US-based David Bowie tribute show.
http://www.spaceodditylive.com/
Jack Feeny reviews: David Bowie
Detailed reviews of the albums.
http://jackfeeny.tripod.com/bowie.htm
David Bowie and the Occult
Analysis of occult keywords in his lyrics.
http://www.cyberlink.ch/~koenig/bowie.htm
Amazon offers Music From A Farther Room (Audio CD),27 July, 2004
rock music |  David Bowie  | rock and roll music List price $18.98
Good music, but not the advertized music / 2
I bought this CD after hearing Lucia Micarelli's incredibly compelling version of "To Love You More". You can hear the song at her website, luciamicarelli.com. However, the snippet of music above called "To Love You More" is *not* that song, and sadly it's what got stuck on the CD.
Song "China Girl"
I could escape this feeling with my China Girl
I feel a wreck without my little China Girl
I hear her heart beating loud as thunder
Saw they stars crashing

I'm a mess without my little China Girl
Wake up mornings where's my little China Girl
I hear her heart's beating loud as thunder
Saw they stars crashing down

I feel a-tragic like I'm Marlon Brando
When I look at my China Girl
I could pretend that nothing really meant too much
When I look at my China Girl

I stumble into town just like a sacred cow
Visions of swastikas in my head
Plans for everyone
It's in the whites of my eyes

My little China Girl
You shouldn't mess with me
I'll ruin everything you are
I'll give you television
I'll give you eyes of blue
I'll give you men who want to rule the world

And when I get excited
My little China Girl says
Oh baby just you shut your mouth
She says ... sh-sh-shhh


David Bowie: David Live / Stage: Pitchfork Review
[Rykodisc; 1974 / 1978; r: EMI; 2005] Rating: 7.7 / 7.9 - Review by: Michael Idov.
http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/record-reviews/b/bowie_david/david-live-stage.shtml
NME.COM - Reviews - Bowie, David : Stage
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http://www.nme.com/reviews/david-bowie/7647
David Bowie - Latest news, reviews and interviews
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BBC - Classic Rock/Pop Review - David Bowie, David Live / Stage
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/classicpop/reviews/davidbowie_live_stage.shtml
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'Friend and Foe' (Penn State Collegian)
There's something to be said for the ambition that experimental rock bands have. Look at artists like Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie and Sonic Youth -- artists that took the status quo of rock and pushed it in new directions, creating a new status quo.
Pomp and circumstance (The Plain Dealer)
- The Beatles, "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (1967): An orchestra revs up for "A Day in the Life," to staggering effect. - The Who, "Tommy" (1969): Not the first rock opera, but the most famous.
Photos: Danny and the Nightmares (Daniel Johnston) [Dallas, TX; 02/18/07] (Pi...
Under his Danny and the Nightmares guise, indie legend Daniel Johnston treated show-goers at Dallas' Granada Theater last Sunday to new material, "an amazing cover" of Wings' "Band on the Run", and "a beautiful rendition" of "True Love Will Find You in the End", according to reader Callan Cotten, who provided these classy black-and-white photos of the event.
Critic's pick (San Jose Mercury News)
Francisco Ordaz Sal Hernndez of JaguaresCRITIC'SPICK MUSIC Rock without borders Mexico's Jaguares aren't quite U2 in terms of world popularity but aren't far from it in terms of talent. The band, fronted by singer Saul Hernandez and guitarist Cesar Lopez (``Vampiro''), evokes that same hard-edged, swirling anthemic rock. The beautiful, thoughtful lyrics can easily get you chanting along to ...
Danity Kane launches Celebrity Night (Denver Post)
Editor's note: Kat Valentine is taking maternity leave. Freelance writer Kathleen St.
Guilty Pleasures -- Twin Bridges Inn (Yakima Herald-Republic)
Guilty Pleasures wholeheartedly apologizes for the absence of self-involved ramblings the past two weeks.
Weekend hot picks: Burning down the house (Asheville Citizen-Times)
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday for Montreal alt-rock sensations Arcade Fire, playing May 2 at Wolfe Auditorium. And while fans can buy only four tickets at $32 each (either through Ticketmaster.
02-23-07 EUR ALL ON ONE PAGE (Eurweb)
DREAMWORKS APOLOGIZES TO MOTOWN FOR ?DREAMGIRLS?: Studio takes out ad underscoring film as ?work of fiction.? *Dreamworks studios has finally responded to criticism of its film ?Dreamgirls? and its perceived negative portrayal of events based on the story of Berry Gordy?s Motown record label.
'Glastonbury' - MOVIE REVIEW - Los Angeles Times - calendarlive.com (Calendar...
Julien Temple offers a crowd-centric overview of England?s rural fair. This small town in Somerset is dominated by a mystical hill ? Glastonbury Tor ? rumored to possess the kind of paranormal qualities that produce legends and make you want to whistle the theme from "The X-Files."
CD reviews for December 1, 2006: "The Outsider," DJ Shadow; "Future Sex/Love ...
Published Dec 01, 2006 - 11:19:06 CST. The demise of Tower Records is an ominous harbinger for the music industry. As the digital world increases, brick-and-mortar stores continue to crumble. And after watching this local institution fall, I worry about the future of music.

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