David Bowie - Changes Two - Greatest Hits
Condition is VG++, few light scuffs (listen to our copy)
Cover: ringwear, cornerwear, edgewear
Inner discography sleeve split both sides
Oh! You Pretty Things
Ashes To Ashes
Sound and Vision
Wild Is The WInd
John I'm Only Dancing
With songs the quality of "Aladdin Sane" and "Oh You Pretty Things" onboard, there should be little room for rubbish. As with Changes one, RCA appealed to collectors via the inclusion of one non-LP cut, in this case the 1975-era remake of "John, I'm Only Dancing" — long legendary as an outtake, a single had finally appeared in 1979. Further attention was garnered after "Wild Is the Wind" was lifted as a single. With Bowie agreeing to cut a very striking promotional video to accompany it, this most un-Top 30-like ballad reached number 24 in the U.K.
The following year, he released "Station to Station," containing some of the material he had written for the soundtrack to this film (which was not used). As his drug problem heightened, his behaviour became more erratic. Reports of his insanity started to appear, and he continued to waste away physically. He fled back to Europe, finally settling in Berlin, where he changed musical direction again and recorded three of the most influential albums of all time, an electronic trilogy with Brian Eno "Low, Heroes and Lodger." Towards the end of the 1970s, he finally kicked his drug habit, and recorded the album many of his fans consider his best, the Japanese-influenced "Scary Monsters." Around this time, he played the Elephant Man on Broadway, to considerable acclaim.
The next few years saw something of a drop-off in his musical output as his acting career flourished, culminating in his acclaimed performance in Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence (1983). In 1983, he recorded "Let's Dance," an album which proved an unexpected massive commercial success, and produced his second number 1 hit single in the US.
David Bowie - Starman
David Bowie - Ashes to Ashes
DAVID BOWIE - 1984
David Bowie brings Soul Love to the United States with a live broadcast from New York during 1974.
David Bowie - Wild is the Wind
It's a very dangerous song, can make you very addictive to it.
I heard it for the first time many years ago and until now, everytime I hear a note or two of this wonderful song I can't take it out of my head for days!
No complaint, I love it.
David Bowie - Sound and Vision
I think "Low" is my all-time fave Bowie album. Very exploratory .
David Bowie - Fashion
This a David Bowie and Robert Fripp track. Fanstastic
David Bowie - Aladdin Sane
David Bowie - Oh You Pretty Things
I love how he's sitting on the piano stool, just all chilled and sprawled out and relaxed. And I love his gorgeous smiles. And the sweet little nuances in his voice
DAVID BOWIE - 1984
I love LOVE this performance! Bowie is just mezmorizing