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"Power weird by mystics taught..." DB flies in to the Budweiser Centre in Loveland.
I'm going down to the rhythm of Loveland...
A Reality Tour reached the Loveland in Denver last night, and I have no more to say about the show than that, as BowieNetters mego and zigbot have said it better than I could anyway. First I'll give you the setlist, and obviously you won't forget to go and check out Erik's absolutely superb shots from the show in the Virtual Ticket section.
Keep scrolling after the setlist for aforementioned reviews, which are really rather good, and both give a great insight in to
The very charming Peter Smit has mailed me to let you all know about the latest issue of The Voyeur, which, if you're a subscriber, should be plopping on to your doormat any time now. The magazine is jam-packed with lots of great live pictures from David's A Reality Tour, including contributions from a couple of BowieNetters. Here's the blurb:
This week International David Bowie Fanclub 'The Voyeur' issued the new Voyeur magazine. Like always 'The Voyeur' is filled with great stories and beautiful photographs.
We could steal The Times, just for one day... (Well, they started it!)
The Times here in the UK today has published a large piece regarding David Bowie, mash-ups, and the whole concept of bedroom DJs. Entitled: Just steal my greatest hits, says Bowie By Adam Sherwin, it's an interesting piece which you can view online by clicking on the image above. The BBC has already picked up on the item and The Times has also published a related item today entitled: Mash-up music will not beat new tunes by David Sinclair.
The latter starts with the line: ?IF YOU can?t beat them, join them?