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Happy Birthday David Bowie and WAWN?

on January 08, 2014

 

“As long as there's you”
 
 
Many happy returns of the day to David Bowie on his 67th birthday.
 
And what an incredible year he’s had since the unveiling of Where Are We Now? and the announcement of The Next Day on DavidBowie.com one year ago today. 
 
We’ll be doing a round-up of that year shortly, but in the meantime we’re sure you’ll want to join us and thousands of other Bowie fans in wishing our man all the very best, over on David Bowie's Worldwide Birthday Celebration FB event page.
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Birthday message and party details from German Bowie fans

on January 07, 2014

 

“They got a message to the action man”

 

The community of loyal fans that make up the German Bowie fansite, davidbowie.de, has been in touch with a personal message for David Bowie on his 67th birthday, along with details of their annual Bowie party in Berlin. Over to the folk at davidbowie.de

 

“Inspired by the YOU-booklet of the EXTRA edition and in a flush of creativity ;-) WE, members of the German fansite www.davidbowie.de, designed a CD booklet for David's birthday and the annual birthday party in Berlin.

With our good wishes and blessing for the Next Year, we created 42 words in

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Ziggy Farewell vinyl 45 contest – enter now

on January 06, 2014

“You got your head all tangled up”

OK, if you’ve been following this over the past few days you’ll know that this is your chance to win a specially pressed single-sided vinyl 45 of David Bowie’s Farewell Speech/Rock ’N’ Roll Suicide.

This unique pressing was created for this exclusive DavidBowie.com contest, which we originally announced in 2013, and David very kindly offered to sign copies just for us.

2013 was the 40th anniversary of Ziggy and The Spiders final show on the evening of July 3rd 1973, at Hammersmith Odeon in London, as captured on Ziggy Stardust The Motion Picture

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Ziggy Farewell vinyl 45 – Final question

on January 05, 2014

 

“I ran to the street, looking for information”

 

As you know by now, we have a handful of signed, specially pressed single-sided vinyl 45s of David Bowie’s Farwell Speech/Rock ’N’ Roll Suicide to give away here on DavidBowie.com.

Today we’re asking the last of three questions on the theme of three and here it is…

 

Not including the intro music of the Wendy Carlos interpretation of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Ode To Joy, from the Clockwork Orange soundtrack, what was the third actual Bowie song played by Ziggy and The Spiders on the evening of July 3rd 1973, as captured on Ziggy Stardust

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Ziggy Farewell vinyl 45 - Question two

on January 04, 2014

 

“Battle cries and champagne”

 

As mentioned yesterday, we have a handful of signed, specially pressed single-sided vinyl 45s of David Bowie’s Farwell Speech/Rock ’N’ Roll Suicide to give away here on DavidBowie.com.

Today we’re asking the second of three questions on the theme of three over three days. You don’t need to do anything just yet, aside from ponder the questions until further instructed.

On to question number two…

 

The title track of Aladdin Sane was listed with three dates in brackets after the title. What were those three dates?

 

Stay tuned for the remaining question

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