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Reminder - Two Hours To Berlin Broadcast

on February 08, 2003

If I did casually mention tonight...

I'm sure none of those that can watch it have forgotten the Sat 1 broadcast of David's 22nd September 2002 performance at the Max Schemling Halle in Berlin in a couple of hours. But here's a reminder just in case.

If the preview tape I have is at all accurate then the broadcast, that commences at midnight (CET), consists of the following tracks:

01 Cactus
02 Slip Away
03 I'm Afraid of Americans
04 5.15 The Angels Have Gone
05 I've Been Waiting For You
06 "Heroes"
07 Heathen
08 Rebel Rebel
09 Survive
10 Alabama Song
11 Afraid
12 Everyone Says 'Hi'
13 Hallo Spaceboy


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Fun In Chinatown, Plus Tibet Plans In Latest Journal

on February 07, 2003

"Shakey threw a party that lasted all night..." David Bowie and Ray Davies backstage
at last years Tibet concert. Picture taken with a particularly slow shutter speed by TV.

I'm just the slave of a burning Ray...

It seems this journal writing malarkey is becoming a bit of a habit for DB. In today's instalment you can read about David's Kinky plans for The Tibet Show, and his fun with Lexi at last Sunday's Chinese New Year parade.

Click on the image above if you fancy it.

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Db Posts Yet Another Journal Entry

on February 06, 2003

David Bowie in upbeat mood just the other day.

So I've been writing just for you...

David has posted a short but charmingly sweet journal entry today, one that gives us an insight into the way the new songs are taking shape. Much more I can not say. Click here or on the image above to take you to his latest instalment.

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Uncut Ziggy Special Out Today

on February 05, 2003

It's happening now, Not tomorrow...

The Uncut magazine special focusing on the Ziggy/Aladdin Sane era that we told you about last month, (01/09/03 NEWS: UNCUT ZIGGY SPECIAL CD TRACKLISTING) has slipped out a day earlier than advertised. Not that anyone is complaining of course.

The 21-page special includes a free 18-track CD of Bowie cover versions that has changed slightly from the provisional listing we gave you last month. But more of that in a moment.

Apart from the 21-page feature that starts on page 42, a beautiful Sukita portrait of Ziggy graces the front cover (see above) and there