And now he is a puppet dancer...
Andrew Horn's ?non-fiction film?,
As I said in that earlier news piece, I'm sure everybody is aware of Klaus Nomi and Joey Arias' extraordinary contribution to David's appearance on Saturday Night Live On December 19, 1979.
David performed three songs on the show: The Man Who Sold The World, Boys Keep Swinging (from which, the behind-the-scenes shot, above) and TVC15, which remain among the most bizarre television performances broadcast anywhere, ever.
I've not seen the DVD yet, so I'm not sure just how much of the SNL performance is represented...I have a nasty feeling it's not very much at all. However, regardless of the Bowie content, if the little chap to David's left in the screen grab below intrigued you during aforementioned performances to the point of wanting more, then DVD Features:
~ Available Audio Tracks: English (Dolby Digital 2.0) Click on either of the pictures above to reach
~ Commentary by The Director
~ Deleted scenes
~ Behind the scenes interviews
~ 3 full length musical numbers
~ Mini-tour of the East Village
~ Two exclusive audio tracks featuring remixes of 'Total Eclipse'
~ Theatrical trailer
~ Interviews with songwriters Kristian Hoffman, Lou Chrisitie, and other artists
~ Full performance of "The Cold Song" and "After the Fall"
~ SNL performance David Bowie and Klaus Nomi from December 15, 1979
~ How to bake the Klaus Nomi lime tart
~ Fan club mail bag
~ Available Audio Tracks: English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
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