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"Heroes" 40th anniversary picture disc

on July 19, 2017

 

“We can be Heroes, for ever and ever, What d'you say?”

 

Many of you will have already worked out that "Heroes" will be the next limited edition 40th-anniversary 7" picture disc. It will be issued on 22nd September 2017 via Parlophone.

 

Originally released in the UK on 23rd September 1977, "Heroes" was the first single to be taken from the album of the same name, the second of the so-called ‘Berlin Trilogy’ of albums.

 

"Heroes" was recorded in English, French and German and has over the past forty years become an inspirational anthem.

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A NEW CAREER IN A NEW TOWN (1977 – 1982)

on July 12, 2017

“THERE’S OLD WAVE. THERE’S NEW WAVE. AND THERE’S DAVID BOWIE...”

 

DAVID BOWIE - ‘A NEW CAREER IN A NEW TOWN (1977 – 1982)’

 

THE THIRD IN A SERIES OF DAVID BOWIE BOX SETS - RELEASED 29th SEPTEMBER 2017

 

CD, DIGITAL* AND AUDIOPHILE VINYL BOX SETS EXCLUSIVELY FEATURE ‘LODGER’ (TONY VISCONTI 2017 MIX)

 

‘BEAUTY AND THE BEAST’ (EXTENDED VERSION) AVAILABLE NOW AS AN INSTANT GRAT TRACK - PREVOUSLY UNAVAILABLE ON DIGITAL / CD: BuyANCIANT

 

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Parlophone Records are proud to announce DAVID BOWIE ‘A NEW CAREER IN A NEW TOWN (1977 – 1982)’, the third in a series of box sets spanning

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Happy 1st birthday to Stenton David Jones

on July 10, 2017

 

“Soon you'll grow so take a chance, With a couple of Kooks, Hung up on romancing” - The little lad’s grandad for the little lad’s dad, 1971.

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Bowie’s ★ album wins at the SBSAA 2017

on July 09, 2017

 

“I will see you in the sky, Tonight”

 

David Bowie received a posthumous award for his ★ album in the Pop Music category at the Melvyn Bragg-hosted South Bank Sky Arts Awards (SBSAA) 2017, at The Savoy Hotel in London tonight (Sunday).

 

Iggy Pop paid tribute to his long-time friend and collaborator in a pre-recorded video message from his home in the United States. Iggy reminisced about how he and David would watch The South Bank Show together in the late ‘70s.

 

Here’s an exclusive transcript of what he said:

 

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“Hi, I’m Iggy Pop

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The night Bowie introduced Lou Reed to Britain

on July 08, 2017

 

“I could make it all worthwhile as a rock & roll star”

 

As David Bowie pointed out during Meltdown 2002 at The Royal Festival Hall (RFH) when he brought The Dandy Warhols onstage to join him for White Light/White Heat, July 8th 1972 is the day that he performed as the headline act for a Friends of the Earth/Save the Whale Benefit Concert at the RFH.

 

Bowie was referring to the show that introduced Lou Reed to the British stage (45 years ago), when Lou joined Bowie and The Spiders for White Light/White Heat, Sweet Jane and Waiting For The Man, all written by Lou himself and recorded with

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