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Today is the 44th anniversary of David Bowie’s Low album. It was the first of the “Berlin Trilogy” that he did with Brian Eno and Tony Visconti after he and Iggy Pop moved to Berlin. This album is unlike anything else Bowie had done before and after it. There are a lot of orchestral instrumentals and I think the album is fantastic. I love listening to it. Bowie was a genius, plain and simple. Here’s a one-man show doing a cover of Side B/Track 1. Enjoy!

Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
Scorp out!

“Sula vie dilejo. Sula vie milejo. Cheli venco deho. Cheli venco deho. Malio. Helibo seyoman. Cheli venco raero. Malio. Malio.” – “Warszawa” (Bowie/Eno)