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Nine out of Ten for NHC in Classic Rock Mag

on December 08, 2014

 

“Classic Rock ’n’ roll star, Just watch me now“

 

The January 2015 issue of Classic Rock magazine has a two-page, nine out of ten review of Nothing Has Changed - The Very Best Of Bowie. (An album which still resides in the UK Top 40)

The review is by David Quantick and here’s an excerpt:

 

“But the real fun lies in the triple CD, the one with the very forbidding, more recent photo of Bowie looking through a glass darkly.

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Young Americans is next 40th Anniversary Picture Disc

on December 07, 2014

 

“One damn song that can make me, break down and cry”

 

As you’ve no doubt already worked out, the next limited David Bowie 7" picture disc will be the 40th anniversary edition of Young Americans.

Originally issued in the UK on February 21st 1975, this 40th anniversary disc of Young Americans is scheduled to be released 40 years and 2 days on from that date.

Young Americans was the lead single from the album of the same name, and it gave Bowie another Top 20 45 in the UK.

The A-Side of this 40th anniversary edition features Tony Visconti’s 2007 Young Americans single mix, which makes its

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Bowie nominated in first BBC Music Awards

on December 07, 2014

 

“Battle For Britain“

 

The BBC has revealed the shortlist for British Artist of the Year in the inaugural BBC Music Awards.

The winners, as voted for by a BBC Music panel as well as leading music journalists, will be announced at the event being held at London’s Earl’s Court on Thursday December 11.

The shortlist was selected from the most played British artists of the year on BBC radio.

 

The nominees (in alphabetical order) for British Artist of the Year are:

 

David Bowie

Ed Sheeran

Elbow

Jungle

Royal Blood

Sam Smith

 

Hosted by Chris Evans and Fearne Cotton, the awards show will take

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Dick Cavett Show broadcast 40 years ago today

on December 05, 2014

 

“Gee my life’s a funny thing“

 

Taped in New York for ABC TV, David Bowie’s appearance on The Dick Cavett Show was first broadcast on December 5th 1974.

Following Cavett’s introduction to a very appreciative audience, Bowie performed 1984 and Young Americans. This was followed by the interview, which, if you’ve never seen it, is not going to be done justice by trying to describe it here. The show ended with a performance of Footstompin'. Can You Hear Me was also taped but not broadcast.

It’s a wonderful bit of TV and a much-loved snapshot of a transitional period for Bowie (wasn't every

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Nothing Has Changed online trailer part three

on December 02, 2014

 

“The third and the last are telling it all“

 

Parlophone have posted the third and final trailer in a series of shorts they created for Nothing Has Changed.

Go here to view part 3, which, as you’ve probably guessed, represents CD3 of the NHC 3 disc set.

 

Go here for part 1.

Go here for part 2.

 

Order the Top Ten Album, Nothing Has Changed, here:

3CD http://smarturl.it/BowieNHC3CD

2CD http://smarturl.it/BowieNHC2CD

Digital http://smarturl.it/BowieNHC3digital

Vinyl: http://smarturl.it/BowieNHCLP

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