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Jessica Lange covers Life On Mars on AHS

on October 08, 2014

 

“It's the freakiest show”

 

We just had an excited communication from DavidBowie.com forum admin, Annie Darling, whose three favourite things just happen to be David Bowie, Jessica Lange and American Horror Story.

So imagine her (and our) delight when the just broadcast season premiere of American Horror Story: Freak Show, featured Jessica Lange’s Character, Elsa Mars, singing Life On Mars while she channelled the original Bowie video of same.

Here’s a bit from Annie for those who don’t know their American Horror Story stuff...

 

Each season is a different theme.

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Bowie features in NME this week and next

on October 08, 2014

 

“Well, I might stretch it till Wednesday”

 

Yesterday we told you about the three-page Bowie feature in today’s issue of NME, (Issue dated October 11th), regarding the upcoming releases of the Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) single and the Nothing Has Changed best of compilation album.

The popular music weekly has contributions from Tony Visconti talking about the session that spawned Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime), and designer Jonathan Barnbrook explaining the rationale behind the images selected for the three different sleeves for Nothing Has Changed.

NME also give the verdict on their

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NHC sleeve reveal and press release

on October 07, 2014

 

“The mirror will watch over you”

 

It is with much pleasure that we can reveal the three different Jonathan Barnbrook designed sleeves for the upcoming Nothing Has Changed – The Very Best of Bowie compilation.

The 3CD Deluxe Edition/Digital Download features a Jimmy King photograph from 2013, while the 2CD Edition/Digital Download has a 1975 Steve Schapiro picture.

Finally, the Double Vinyl features a Mick Rock shot of Bowie at his Haddon Hall home in Beckenham in 1972. Scroll the images here to see the different versions of the sleeve.

Nothing Has Changed – The Very Best of Bowie is

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TV talks about Bowie’s Jazz in the NME

on October 07, 2014

 

“I am the best jazz you’ve ever heard”

 

As we promised last month, this week’s NME (Issue dated October 11th, street date October 8th) has a three-page Bowie feature regarding the upcoming releases of the Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) single and the Nothing Has Changed best of compilation album.

They’ve already previewed a two-page spread online wherein Tony Visconti talks about recording this Summer in New York with the Maria Schneider Orchestra on the Bowie/Visconti produced forthcoming single.

Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) features Donny McCaslin as soloist on tenor saxophone and Ryan

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