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(cracked actor)
09/08/05 07:36 AM
Re: Fashion Rocks new [re: diamondogz74]  

It is on Channel four at some point, but someone I know is recording it, when he has it on his site I will let you all know, in the meantime you can download the interview from the serious moonlight videos there.

Mist. Enter the site and click on downloads.

Dignity is valuable, but our lives are valuable too.

09/08/05 07:48 AM
Re: Fashion Rocks new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

In reply to:

but someone I know is recording it, when he has it on his site I will let you all know

In reply to:

can download the interview from the serious moonlight videos there

Wonderful thanks Alan.

London Bye Ta-Ta...

(big brother)
09/08/05 01:24 PM
Re: Fashion Rocks new [re: diamondogz74]  



09/08/05 01:46 PM
Re: Fashion Rocks new [re: Claude]  

Thank you so much Claude

I'm really excited at the prospect of Bowie performing again after what seems like an eternity.

London Bye Ta-Ta...

(stealing for that one good rush)
09/09/05 02:33 AM
Re: Fashion Rocks new [re: diamondogz74]  

Just got back form the show and an afterparty with a ton of Bnetters. It was a lame show overall, but that's to be expected from any multi-artist extravaganza coming out of the states these days. there was very little rocking, and even less fashion. Anyway, after suffering through Destiny's Child and Joss Stone and Rob Thomas, Bowie came on. First he did an amazing version of Life on Mars? with just him and Mike Garson. Absolutely stunning. Then there were some other artists and I was bored. Then Arcade Fire and Bowie performed Five Years and it was wonderful to hear the classic with the new instrumentation brought by AF's various constituants (mainly the violins and cello.) I thought that would be it, but then they did the AF song Wake Up with Bowie singing lead. It was the highlight of the night and definitely the song that rocked the most. I feel bad for AF, though. In what I think is their first US television performance, they don't even sing their own song--one of the most established artists around does it instead. I hope they get the recognition they deserve from it, though. After that it was pretty much crap. I hung around to see Billy Idol, but he was a major disappointment. It's worth watching on tv, but I'd advise taping it and fastforwarding through everything but Bowie, Duran Duran, Gwen Stefani, and maybe Shakira, if only t osee her shake her sexy thang. I will have it recorded and on DVD (assuming all goes well with the recording) if anyone can't see it and wants to.

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(the voyeur)
09/09/05 06:24 AM
Re: Fashion Rocks new [re: dukewhite]  

<<life on mars? Garson and Bowie duet>>


<<5 years>>

Who was singing?

<<first US television>>

USA network TV. AF also do Letterman next(?) week. They did some minor american music news show, plus some MuchMusic thing that would have been seen in american homes.


One of the very few things that made the VMAs worthwhile.


09/09/05 07:55 AM
Oliver Twist new [re: bowiefanpeter]  

I am over the moon that Bowie is back, not only back but back in FULL BOWIE swing, he decides to enter into Oliver Twist character for "Life On Mars?" this is the BOWIE i've been wanting for some time, not the reality, but the surreal where he belongs

You better look out below!

David Bowie returned to the concert stage this evening for the Fashion Rocks show at Radio City Music Hall in New York, and he stole the show with trademark cool and unmatched passion.

First up, Alicia Keys introduced our man for an emotionally charged rendition of Life On Mars?. His voice sounded stronger than ever and he looked strangely surreal, but nevertheless stunning with a blackened right eye and a bandaged left hand.

David was dressed in a charcoal grey suit by new American designer, Thom Browne, with matching grey tie and white shirt and a stars n stripes lapel pin. (see detail below, all pix kindly supplied by Kevin Mazur of WireImage.com) The overall strangeness of David's appearance was completed with trousers that don't go quite all the way down...you know, Oliver Twist length.

Mike Garson accompanied DB for this sublime performance of Life On Mars?, which echoed the similarly brilliant version the pair performed at the Yahoo Internet Music Awards in July 2000. David and Mike left the stage to thunderous applause and a standing ovation, leaving no doubt that Bowie was back in tremendous style.

London Bye Ta-Ta...

09/09/05 08:39 AM
Uncanny similarity [re: diamondogz74]  

I'm sorry I ate your fish!

09/09/05 08:45 AM
Re: Uncanny similarity [re: Emil]  

Except that one is a burnt out fag

Just look at Bowie's magnificence...

My hair will change this afternoon

London Bye Ta-Ta...

(cracked actor)
09/09/05 08:46 AM
Re: Uncanny similarity [re: diamondogz74]  

I really don't think Gwen's 'do' will suit you Anthony, although, please show results.

Dignity is valuable, but our lives are valuable too.

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