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David Bowie - Fame - Right - Funk Disco Rock - 7" 45
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David Bowie - Fame



Label: RCA Victor

Catalog#: PB-10320

Format: Vinyl, 7", Single
record VG++
label has 2 inches writing


Country: Canada

Released: 1975

Genre: Funk / Soul, Rock

Style: Funk




Tracklist


A Fame
Written-By – Alomar, Bowie, Lennon
3:30



B Right
Written-By – Bowie
4:13



Credits

Arranged By – David Bowie
Producer, Mixed By – Harry Maslin, Tony Visconti


Matrix Number (Label Side A): PB-10320-A
Matrix Number (Label Side B): PB-10320-B




David Bowie - Fame

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Fame" was inspired by a guitar riff written by Carlos Alomar the title was from John Lennon, and was hurriedly engineered by Bowie with Lennon contributing in the studio. Lennon was given a co-writing credit due to the lyrics being inspired by conversations he had with Bowie on the subject, and because Bowie acknowledged that Lennon singing "Fame!" over Alomar's guitar riff was the catalyst for the song. Lennon's voice was heard at the ending of the song, repeating the word: "FAME, FAME, FAME", from a fast track to a slow track of his voice, as it started from a high voice, culminating in his regular voice, and ending in a lower deep voice, before Bowie finished the song with the words: "Fame, What's your name, what's your name, what's your name, what's your name, what's your name




David Bowie - Fame

Soul and Funk, wrapped up all in this Rock Beat... which is, David Bowie

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 12 July, 2011.

 
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