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Changes inducted into GRAMMY Hall of Fame

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on July 23, 2017

 

“Oh, look out you rock 'n rollers”

 

At the tail end of last year, the GRAMMY Awards department announced that David Bowie’s Changes was being inducted into the GRAMMY Hall of Fame, 45 years after its release as a 45.

 

They’ve recently been in touch with a certificate and the award to mark that fact.

 

So congratulations to all those involved with the making of this classic track, which was originally to be heard on the Hunky Dory album.

 

But, of course, special mention must be made of Bowie himself, the man who wrote what is considered by many to be his signature song, and a good one word summation of the essence of his outlook.

 

 

FOOTNOTE: Pictured here with the certificate from the GRAMMY Hall of Fame, are the original 1972 US and UK press ads for the Changes single release.

 

 

#BowieChanges

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    23 July 2017
    Changes inducted into GRAMMY Hall of Fame

     

    “Oh, look out you rock 'n rollers”

     

    At the tail end of last year, the GRAMMY Awards department announced that David Bowie’s Changes was being inducted into the GRAMMY Hall of Fame, 45 years after its release as a 45.

     

    They’ve recently been in touch with a certificate and the award to mark that fact.

     

    So congratulations to all those involved with the making of this classic track, which was originally to be heard on the Hunky Dory album.

     

    But, of course, special mention must be made of Bowie himself, the man who wrote what is considered by many to be his signature song, and a good one word summation of the essence of his outlook.

     

     

    FOOTNOTE: Pictured here with the certificate from the GRAMMY Hall of Fame, are the original 1972 US and UK press ads for the Changes single release.

     

     

    #BowieChanges