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No Plan EP physical release due

on February 06, 2017

 

“I’m lost in streams of sound”

 

~ DAVID BOWIE NO PLAN EP PHYSICAL RELEASE

~ AVAILABLE ON CD - FEBRUARY 24

~ BLACK VINYL 12" - APRIL 21

~ LIMITED EDITION MADE-TO-ORDER DIE-CUT WHITE VINYL 12" WITH EXCLUSIVE ARTWORK LITHOGRAPH - MAY 26

 

~ PRE-ORDERS FOR ALL VERSIONS LIVE NOW: http://smarturl.it/DavidBowieNoPlanEP

 

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Featuring the three final David Bowie studio recordings made during the sessions for his 28th and final album, ★, the No Plan EP is now being made available as a CD and two special vinyl versions.

 

Previously released as the No Plan digital EP (and

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Last chance to hear Remembering David Bowie

on February 05, 2017

 

“Give it to me one more time!”

 

Following on from our reminder that you have a few days left to listen to Marc Riley’s superb BBC Radio 6 Music show with Geoff MacCormack (including Bowie’s last ever radio interview), you only have today to have a final listen to the Mary Anne Hobbs programme, Remembering David Bowie.

 

The three hour show was broadcast back on January 8th and the special guests include poet and novelist Lavinia Greenlaw, who re-visits a poem that she wrote on the day of David’s passing. If you're reading this after Sunday (Feb 5), here’s a permalink to Lavinia’s poem.

 

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Marc Riley’s DB Deep Cut Of The Day

on February 04, 2017

 

“It's all I ever wanted”

 

As you are no doubt well aware, Marc Riley has long flown the Bowie flag very high at the BBC over the years. His loyalty was rewarded directly many times via interviews and even a radio session in October 1999 for the show that Marc co-hosted with Mark Radcliffe. The pair also introduced Bowie onstage a couple of times. Marc also had the last ever radio interview with DB.

 

Now Marc has kindly supplied us with his DBDCOTD, and, as one might suspect, it wasn’t an easy choice for a fan raised on a diet of all things Bowie since 1972, as he explains...

 

 

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Earthling released 20 years ago today

on February 03, 2017

 

“My, my, the time do fly”

 

David Bowie’s 1997 album Earthling was released in the UK on February 3rd 1997, with the usual worldwide regional variations, note earlier French release date in our graphic.

 

The album produced a run of superb singles (most of them accompanied by some of Bowie’s best ever videos), in the shape of Telling Lies, Little Wonder, Dead Man Walking, I'm Afraid of Americans and Seven Years In Tibet.

 

Produced by David Bowie, Reeves Gabrels and Mark Plati, Earthling reached #6 on the UK album chart and entered the top ten in several other countries.

 

The band

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Ziggy’s first show 45 years ago tonight

on January 29, 2017

 

“If you think we're gonna make it, you better hang on to yourself”

 

Today is the 45th anniversary of the very first Ziggy Stardust gig, which took the form of a warm up show at Aylesbury Friars, Borough Assembly Hall, on January 29th, 1972.

 

Billed by the club as THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PERSON IN THE WORLD, Bowie gave the Friars audience an exciting taster of the phenomenon that would shortly sweep the UK and ultimately the civilised world.

 

The original poster from the gig in our montage is considered one of the holy grails for Bowie memorabilia collectors.

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