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Another Track On The Poughkeepsie Media Player

on August 31, 2003

"Is that Blammo up there? No, it's the Goodyear Blimp!"

Remember it's true, dignity is valuable...

We've posted another audio clip on the Poughkeepsie media player... Click on the image above, or go here, to have a listen to this most moving Bowie song.

The track should be live now, but if the Labour Day gremlin strikes again and you can find no addition to the player, then just stick the first track from Lodger on your hi-fi, while playing the in-between track audience noise from David Live or the BBC Radio Theatre CD, or some such thing.

That should give you the general idea for the time

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More Reality Rehearsal Footage For Members

on August 31, 2003

But I never wave bye bye... *

BowieNet members are in for another special treat today, with the release of more footage from the BowieNet rehearsal studio spy-on-the-wall. This stuff gets better and better ...certainly in terms of its comedic value at least... watch out for that big ending!

This latest footage really is priceless stuff and I think you'll all agree that it's a privilege to be able to get a glimpse of David Bowie at work and play like this.

For non-BowieNet members, I've again pasted anagrams of the three songs in this week's video-montage below, so that you can work out

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Get A Free Copy Of Sunday Times Cd Rom

on August 31, 2003

We all go through it, The Sunday Times...

After much TV and radio fanfare, The Sunday Times CD-Rom, The Month, is with us. More than anything, it's a visual feast for Bowie fans, with images such as the above Frank Ockenfels shot (grabbed from the CD-Rom) gracing both the front of the Culture magazine and the CD-Rom envelope itself.

There is some sound and vision on the CD-Rom that has not yet been made available to BowieNetters, and the aforementioned Culture magazine has four pages of editorial that includes pieces by Robert Sandall and Mark Edwards, which you can read online by clicking on

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