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Just One More Thing!

on June 21, 1999

Thanks to ZDTV for the great 3 part series on David and BowieNet.

In addition to the 3 video / streaming stories, don't miss Liam Mayclem's Online Diary: Meeting With Bowie. It's a look into Liam's personal experiences meeting Bowie and working on this 3 part series.

Here are links to all 3 stories: Use RealVideo player
Part One: David Bowie's Cyber Song Contest
Part Two: Bowie as Internet Service Provider
Part Three: Bowie the Web Visionary

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Today In Bowie History

on June 21, 1999

6 years ago today, June 22, 1973 - Life On Mars? / The Man Who Sold The World single was released.

Speaking of singles, here is a collection of singles called "FASHIONS 7" Picture Disc Collection" this collectors edition of picture discs (yes, that's right, on vinyl) was released by RCA in the UK, November of 1982. RCA only released a limited edition of 25,000.

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Special Announcement: Chat With Mark Plati

on June 20, 1999

Thursday, June 24th 8:00 p.m. EST, BowieNet is pleased to bring you a LIVE CHAT with Mark Plati, Producer and Engineer.

Plati is a producer, engineer and musician based in New York City. He has been a musician since the age of 11, studying bass with Duke Ellington's nephew in high school and a variety of instruments at Indiana University. He came to New York in 1987 and began working with dance music legend Arthur Baker as an engineer, synthesizer programmer and mixer.

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Paul Mcartney Painting

on June 18, 1999

Last months issue of People Magazine featured an article that took a look at what Paul McCartney was up to these days.

The story focused on McCartney's envolvment in painting, and featured this original McCartney painting entitled "Bowie Spewing" from Paul's collection.

Here is a quick bit about the piece:
Although entitled "Bowie spewing", this small painting was not planned as a portrait. As so often the case with McCartney, the subject emerged during the painting process.

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