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David Bowie - Station To Station


Label: RCA Victor
Catalog#: CPL1-1327
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Vinyl: VG++
Has inner sleeve: VG++
Cover: VG+ has ring wear (see photo)

Country: Canada Issue
Released: 1976
Genre: Rock
Style: New Wave, Classic Rock, Glam

Credits: Arranged By - David Bowie
Bass - George Murray
Drums - Dennis Davis
Guitar - Carlos Alomar , Earl Slick
Piano - Roy Bittan
Producer - David Bowie , Harry Maslin
Vocals - Warren Peace
Written-By - D. Bowie (tracks: A1 to B2)
Notes: Dynaflex. Stereo.

1976 RCA Records.
Made in Canada by RCA Limited from master recordings. Owned or controlled by RCA Records.

Side A Runouts: CPL1-1327 A / TXD
Side B Runouts: CPL1-1327 B / TXD


Tracklist:


A1 Station To Station (10:08)
A2 Golden Years (4:03)
A3 Word On A Wing (6:00)


B1 TVC 15 (5:29)
B2 Stay (6:08)
B3 Wild Is The Wind (5:58)

The European Cannon is here
The mid-1970's were a stressful time for David Bowie. His marriage to the obnoxious Angela Bowie was disintegrating, he had become a top-notch coke freak, and was convinced that practitioners of black magic were out to get him. He had laid his Ziggy Stardust persona to rest, in favor of a white-boy soul man character, which was not as well-received as he had hoped. While his "Young Americans" album was a bold step in a new direction, it did not receive the kind of adoration that Bowie had become accustomed to. Somehow, while fighting with dictatorial manager Tony Defries, sorcerers, and the homosexual image he had created for himself, David managed to come up with an absolutely brilliant album that retains the disco-funk of "Americans", but pushes it into a whole new direction. The persona that dominates this album is that of the Thin White Duke, an aristocratic European fellow who likes to cruise around in limos, binged out on cocaine, his head swimming in fascist paranoid fantasies (someone once told me that "Station To Station"-era Bowie was one of the people Pink Floyd based "The Wall" on. I cannot verify this but it seems plausible). So self-absorbed was David during this era that he actually made his band play behind a backdrop during concerts, so that he could be the one and only center of the audience's attention. The songs themselves are the antithesis of the shallow yet groovy preceding album; the hooks are there, but not as contrived sounding. The title track starts off slow and menacing, then builds to a disco crescendo that could take the Bee Gees on anyday. "Stay" is fast and funky, "Word On A Wing" is very heartfelt and seeminly religious, "Golden Years" (the closest thing to a hit here) is a doo-woppy dance tune that Dave supposedly wrote about Angela (who was also the inspiration behind the Rolling Stones' "Angie"). "TVC 15" seems to be the favorite of most, dealing as it does with a carnivorous television. And finally, "Wild Is The Wind", while not written by Bowie, has to be one of his most heartfelt performances. This album was the transition into a more experimental phase of Bowie's career, and I strongly recommend it.



David Bowie - Golden Years & Interview on Soul Train 1975




David Bowie - Word On a Wing + Stay - 1976 Rehearsal




David Bowie - TVC15

The Thin White Duke, is my favorite look
for Bowie.
Live at the Empire Pool, Wembley, London 8th May 1976





David Bowie - Golden Years
with many pictures of david bowie and a few video clips in there to. Done for David bowie birthday!!! (1-8-1947)





David Bowie -- Golden years 1975
Interview Russell Harty Show

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