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How profound Nevada.
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, BELGIUM - Thursday, May 31, 2001 at 20:23:16 (EDT)
The French punk-jazz trompetist Jac Berrocal, twenty years after having recorded "Rock 'n' Roll Station" with Vince Taylor, released a free jazz version of Warszawa in a crazy CD published in the IN SITU French Label, called "La nuit est au courant". Listen to it... For further information please contact me.
Sandrine (leoncie@club-internet.fr) (Posted from IP:
Paris, France - Thursday, May 31, 2001 at 18:09:07 (EDT)
EXACT;Y Alys - he SHOULD support the SNP and he DEFINATELY should have long hair !!! but I don't hate him :-) We have good ole Shhir Sean to campaign for us - and one of Runrig LOL. AS for NK - I just don't like her at all - dont know why - she just seems a bit icy !!
Jeaj (Posted from IP:
only 7 days to go ...., SCOTLAND - Thursday, May 31, 2001 at 16:21:33 (EDT)
Bowie is the Dilettante-Dabbler, the Elegant Trifler who Plays with Toys. He is the Ad-Mirer mired in ads. A Lover of Concepts and favored/flavored conceits. His Superficial Interest masks his Deep Engagement! For one who Engages in the Pursuit of Toys as a Pastime must always meet with the Trickster at the Crossroads... The Player is a Card! The Card--the Wild Joker. The Toy is the Dis-Carded Lover of every Telltale Player. The Player a Tracker/Tracer of Vestiges, Shadow-Relics, Effigy-Facsimiles, ransacks the future for rumors of the novel past, raids the present for scandals and the bygone mementoes of truth. Toy is the novel notion, the sensational vision, the mis-informed favorite. Toy is the Privileged Fraud who postpones Induction into the world of the Rigidly Real! "I don't want to know the Real Deal--the less we know the better we feel..." The Toy is the Wisest of Fools!
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, May 31, 2001 at 10:46:51 (EDT)
Hello! Anyone knows the time, in Europe, of the Bowie chat on 4th June? Thanks very much in advance
Moonlight (littlevampyr@sapo.pt) (Posted from IP:
Portugal - Wednesday, May 30, 2001 at 03:11:02 (EDT)
Hello! Can someone tell the time, in Europe, of the Bowie chat on the 4th June? Thanks! Be happy,
Isabel (saille@net.sapo.pt) (Posted from IP:
Lisboa, Portugal - Wednesday, May 30, 2001 at 03:05:59 (EDT)
Does he? That bastard... he should be supporting the SNP! ;) (not to mention that he ought to have long hair too!)
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB CANADA - Tuesday, May 29, 2001 at 11:48:15 (EDT)
Alys, you forget Jeaj doesn't like ol' Ewan because he supports Labour ;-)
Bew (Posted from IP:
Oslo, Norway - Tuesday, May 29, 2001 at 07:33:16 (EDT)
Por favor, que alguien me envie una buena foto del anillo de boda de D.B Gracias por vuestra pag. sin duda es la mejor que he visto sobre D.B.
susana (susana@davidbowie.zzn.com) (Posted from IP:
españa - Monday, May 28, 2001 at 19:18:55 (EDT)
Why's that Jeaj?? I ought to also mention that I'm seeing it for Ewan McGregor too *droool* ;)
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB CANADA - Monday, May 28, 2001 at 12:28:07 (EDT)
josie (josie3@start.com) (Posted from IP:
brisbane, QL Australia - Monday, May 28, 2001 at 04:39:47 (EDT)
Alys - we probably won't get it here for ages - but I don't know if I can bear to watch a film with Nicole Kidman in it anyway !!!!
Jeaj (Posted from IP:
on the campaign trail...., SCOTLAND - Sunday, May 27, 2001 at 20:27:39 (EDT)
Has anyone here seen Moulin Rouge yet? I know it isn't on general release in theatres yet.. but still? I won tix to see a preview here in Calgary on Wed. and I'm wondering if it's going to be as good as all the reviews say...
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB CANADA - Sunday, May 27, 2001 at 14:23:21 (EDT)
In the current issue of Entertainment Weekly, with the "Pearl Harbor" cover, in the film section, Bowie is this week's featured "winner," complete with a little caricature depicting him in knights' and can can dancers' clothing. It cites him for his "golden oldies"--EW, not me--figuring prominently in the two current hit movies. There's also a reference to his interest in Neu in an article about the German group in the music section, as well as a good review for the new Eno album.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Saturday, May 26, 2001 at 22:27:57 (EDT)
I love David Bowie, and I think this is a great site!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anna (Posted from IP:
Holland - Saturday, May 26, 2001 at 10:56:07 (EDT)
Sweetie darlings, BIGBruddah and Kali !! So nice of you to write!! We are fine and oh yes, we DID indulge in a quart of Molotov Widows and we have to say - thank you BIGBruddah for the recipe. It was indeed enjoyable!. Not since our last trip to Morocco (which you remember well) have we been so, what's the word...(?)...obliterated!!! Thanks again for writing. Have a lovely weekend. Ta ta!! Hello to our Mr. David Bowie. Sweetie ..WRITE!!
Patsy and Edina (Posted from IP:
London/west, United Kingdom - Friday, May 25, 2001 at 14:10:45 (EDT)
Pats & Eddie -- you MUST try that Molotov Widow concoction! It's fantastic! =;->
Kali (Posted from IP:
Still Recovering from Stockholm '98, USA - Friday, May 25, 2001 at 00:50:34 (EDT)
Cheers, Pats 'n Eddie. Did'ya ever try out that Molotovthingie? Do I ever have bizarre umbrellas in my drinks?
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, BOSOM - Thursday, May 24, 2001 at 20:25:53 (EDT)
Sweeties its birthday greetings to Mr. Bob Dylan - sweetie darling many happy returns of this day and congrats for your Academy Award win - lovely little song - "Things have changed" - sweetie, things have changed but Pats and I are both voting Labour again because our Mr. Tony Blair is a sweetie - what with wife and kids and all- ta ta . We love our Mr. David Bowie and would surely vote for him if given an opportunity. Ta Ta!!
Patsy and Edina (Posted from IP:
London/west, United Kingdom - Thursday, May 24, 2001 at 17:22:47 (EDT)
I think Dylan's birthday may be a good thing for Bowie, oddly, because public radio keeps playing "Song for Bob Dylan," and while it's a given that the two of them are staples of classic heritage rock whatever-they're-calling-it-this-week radio, SfBD never got any US airplay until Americana stations began loosening up a couple of years ago, specifically WXPN in Philly and WFUV in NYC, and I'm sure many others I've never heard. Bowie's admiration takes people by surprise, as does the song. I don't know if I can make a connection (nor that it matters), but the guy on line ahead of me at HMV at lunch had a copy each of "Hunky Dory" and "Blonde on Blonde" in his hands. I hope Bowie wins Academy Awards and Golden Globes when he's in 60th year too. Even before.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, May 24, 2001 at 15:42:40 (EDT)
It's ok Alys ! I was out campaigning last night and will be again tonight so I feel a lot better now !! :-) FFFRRREEEEEEEEEDOMMMMMMMM !!
Jeaj (Posted from IP:
SCOTLAND - Wednesday, May 23, 2001 at 05:39:30 (EDT)
Jeaj.... go sit down, let me pour you a Morgan's... then you'll be feeling better! hehe
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
I'd vote SNP, IF I lived in Scotland! - Wednesday, May 23, 2001 at 03:48:11 (EDT)
No - I think I maybe need to lie down !! :-) VOTE SNP ! there ya go - I feel better already (to quote Lestat !)
Jeaj (Posted from IP:
SCOTLAND - Tuesday, May 22, 2001 at 18:01:35 (EDT)
Jeaj... I am truly shocked!! Are you feeling okay??? ;)
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB CANADA - Tuesday, May 22, 2001 at 14:18:00 (EDT)
BTW - its only 2 weeks til election day and I've not mentioned a thing - aren't you impressed !
Jeaj (Posted from IP:
Scotland - Tuesday, May 22, 2001 at 05:11:03 (EDT)
Hehehe - no Kali - home is the best country in the world that you'll be visiting shortly :-) I went to a foreign land where they all speak with a strange accent !
Jeaj (Posted from IP:
SCOTLAND - Tuesday, May 22, 2001 at 05:10:04 (EDT)
Jeaj!!! You went home to London? That's GREAT! :-)
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Monday, May 21, 2001 at 22:23:57 (EDT)
Hey Kali - guess where I've just been ! the place you're NOT gonae be visiting this time !!! :P hehehe - looking forward to seeing you in August !!
Jeaj (Posted from IP:
SCOTLAND - Monday, May 21, 2001 at 06:53:42 (EDT)
Hej BigBRUDDAH....still no word from the little one with the big nose!
KaliMiddleBruddah (Posted from IP:
USA - Saturday, May 19, 2001 at 20:52:46 (EDT)
I think an interesting way of measuring the greatness of an act is how much pure shite you can take from said act and still lurv it to nuts. Comparing The Beatles to David Bowie this way is painful to anybody who has thought himself an ardent fan/defender of both. I mean just looking at a photo of McCartney now... or hearing about the "Wings revival" (talk about necromancy), makes one want to stripmine old pukinggrounds to get some more to fountainpuke with. Even though the thin white occasionally deranged one put out that brick called "Tonight" I know I'll always be ready to buy him a truckload of "Stollie" or "Molotov." Cheers all!
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, Belgium - Saturday, May 19, 2001 at 15:27:44 (EDT)
Hola, creo que esta es la mejor página de Bowie que he visto nunca! La he descubierto hace un par de semanas y no puedo pasar ni un día sin visitarla. Como todos vosotros estoy "enamorado" de Bowie. Me gustaría que alguno de vosotros me comentara si David Bowie ha hecho alguna vez algo con Peter Murphy (cantante de los Bauhaus). Peter Murphy también me gusta muchísimo!. Como se que muchos de vosotros vivís en el Reino Unido, me gustaría mucho que me comentarais si sabeis si ellos dos se conocen. Los Bauhaus grabaron Ziggy Stardus en uno de sus discos. Bueno un saludo a todos y espero que alguien me comente algo. Chao!!
Germán (gersaan@terra.es) (Posted from IP:
Alicante, España - Saturday, May 19, 2001 at 07:51:33 (EDT)
i feel that the beetles have become so homongenized. They are yuppy baby boomer music. it's a little much...i much prefer Syd's floyd to Sgt. Peppers. floyd seems much more pure...
niteflite (Posted from IP:
nyc, USA - Friday, May 18, 2001 at 17:41:24 (EDT)
As you might be able to tell from my post, I don't have any patience left for McCartney's solo career. Hall of fame? Sheesh. His solo and Wings music is dismal, the exact stuff that Bowie counteracted with vigor in the 70s. I'm with Lou and KMSV and all the other detractors of Sgt. Pepper, a wonky concept album if ever there was one. But if I can't have Revolver, then I don't need my stereo system. :-)
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Friday, May 18, 2001 at 13:24:11 (EDT)
Ack! Bowie fans today have it so easy, the whippersnappers! I remember before the internet, if I wanted to visit another fan I'd have to put on my cardboard shoes and walk up hill both ways just to say hello. Tee hee. Re: Sgt. Pepper's, I tend to side with Lou Reed on this (and here I go paraphrasing again...) "I hate Sgt Pepper. What was it all about? I mean, For The Benefit Of Mr Kite? What the hell was THAT all about." I tell you Rancell, the older I get, the more I hate the Beatles and the more I love just about anything else.
KMSV (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, May 18, 2001 at 11:52:28 (EDT)
Anybody heard of this book, "RADICAL E: From GE to Enron, Lessons On How to Rule the Web," by Joel Kurtzman and Glenn Rifkin? I just got a press release touting a feature on it in the new Business Week, and the thing says that Bowie and his Internet venture is a featured case study.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Friday, May 18, 2001 at 11:03:40 (EDT)
KM, I think that the difference between the Beatles and everybody else is that they managed to stop the world and make everybody pay attention to them, regardless of interest in the music. Arguably, Bowie's influence at least in the UK runs deeper, music-wise. But the accounts of what happened all around the world when Sgt. Pepper was released is a measure of the Beatles' power. And doesn't every band's fans, on the Internet at least, think they're the most intense? Some of those massive caravans following the Dead from show to show in the 70s and 80s, for months and months, was as hardcore as anyone has ever gotten IMHO. They didn't even have showers. I think that KMSV thinks Bowie fans are the mostest. ;-)
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Friday, May 18, 2001 at 11:03:06 (EDT)
Hey Rancell, who do you think are more "rabid," Bowie fans or Beatle fans? I'm just curious. Granted there are obviously more Beatle fans (strength in numbers?), but we Bowie fans seem to place more into our rock god... I'm just going from what friends who are Beatle fans do here, so I could be way off base.
KMSV (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, May 18, 2001 at 08:17:49 (EDT)
Sweeties ... another birthday announcement ...Our Mr. Trent Reznor is 37 years old today. (Sweet young thing!!). Many happy returns of this day sweetie darling. Luv ya! - Pats refuses to type anything today. Ta ta!!
Patsy and Edina (Posted from IP:
London/west, United Kingdom - Thursday, May 17, 2001 at 18:08:39 (EDT)
And the Moulin Rouge sdtk. at No. 5. :-)
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, May 17, 2001 at 15:39:19 (EDT)
KM, I bet you knew whodunit in "Usual Suspects" in the first reel. I'd recommend the director's cut if you haven't seen it, the one in which all the cast members talk over the movie explaining what they were doing. I saw it on a borrowed VHS ages ago, but I assume it's gotten official release and is out on DVD. VH-1 pays lip service to Bowie as a "heritage" rock act, no doubt. His Storytellers was the series highlight. But as videos like SWWM thru "Thursday's Child" proved, he's got no place in modern-day rotation on VH-1, at least in the U.S. In the commercial now running touting the greatest performers, which is a montage of dozens of instantly recognizable faces from a variety of VH-1 performance events over the past 10 years, there's no Bowie face, not Storytellers, not GQ, not the Fashion Awards, not a thing. The network treats Van Morrison, Neil Young, Al Green, Patti Smith, pretty much all the 70s peers and punks and new wavers the same way. We love them, they're our music, they're your music, this is My VH-1 ... but we play Sugar Ray. In fact, Mr. Ray is the host of the shocking video week. And if that isn't enough, the Wings compilation debuted at No. 2.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, May 17, 2001 at 15:38:39 (EDT)
Michael Jackson, bah! Gee, I hope everyone here has seen the Usual Suspects. ROTFL. Personally I lost the last shred of hope for VH-1 with that Top 100 viddies of all time coming right on the heels of Pink Floyd in the Top 10 Hard Rock acts ever. BTW, Bowie was funny last night on the Biography of Frampton on A&E. It's on again tonight, I think if you missed it. I didn't know Frampton was such a regular Joe Schmoe. Very cool.
KMSV (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, May 17, 2001 at 11:54:10 (EDT)
Awww, it was going to be everywhere today, and it is. The mystery still remains as to which Bowie fans will be giving the fascist salute back to him. :-) BTW: How about the Michael Jackson accusations at No. 2? Notorious, sure, but what was shocking about that? He had been carrying Webster around for years.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, May 17, 2001 at 09:58:40 (EDT)
Rancell, you're giving it all away! I was in such suspense, too... Reminds me of the time my friend jumps up and says "Kevin Spacey is Kaiser Soze!" when three of the other people watching hadn't seen the video yet. ;)
KMSV (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, May 17, 2001 at 08:19:33 (EDT)
Though Bowie didn't rate a mention in VH1's 100 Greatest Videos recently, never fear, it's still sweeps month, so next week we get the debut of '100 Most Shocking Moments In Rock & Roll.' It starts Monday at 10pm ET/PT counting down from 100 to 81. You'll have to wait until Thursday, 5/24, fittingly the day of Dylan's 60th birthday, for #37. That segment is titled "David Bowie's fascist flirtation." That's gotta be a VCR keeper, don't you think? The #1 most shocking moment is John Lennon's murder.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Wednesday, May 16, 2001 at 21:41:06 (EDT)
Jeaj, there's a difference between forgetting and neglecting ;). Regrettably guilty of the latter, though. When I get online on a more regular basis again, you'll be the first to know. :)
Bew (mr-ness@frisurf.no) (Posted from IP:
Oslo, Norway - Wednesday, May 16, 2001 at 08:37:55 (EDT)
just a quick note to say thanks for all the great bowie images i really needed some. soon as i get a break from uni i'm coming back to have a good look at your site. thanks thanks thanks.
jenna (Posted from IP:
melb., australia - Wednesday, May 16, 2001 at 08:10:59 (EDT)
Very best wishes for a wonderous birthday for our Mr. Brian Eno ... today sweety ... Happy 53rd to you with many, many happy returns of this day. Here's Pats. happy birday sweets - i can/t tyte with this nails Ta ta!!
Patsy and Edina (Posted from IP:
London/west, UK - Tuesday, May 15, 2001 at 16:53:06 (EDT)
I would say Happy Birthday Bew but you've forgotten who I am anyway
Jeaj (Posted from IP:
Scotland - Saturday, May 12, 2001 at 19:25:30 (EDT)
Happy Birthday Bew!!! xoxoxoxoxoxoxo
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB CANADA - Saturday, May 12, 2001 at 14:58:10 (EDT)
I Love this Site it has been an Invaluable source of Information and is My Favourite site Thank You for all the hard work you put into it And Best wishes and Good Luck for the Future
Mark (markisolar"yahoo.com) (Posted from IP:
England - Saturday, May 12, 2001 at 09:50:28 (EDT)
mattie boy...happy freakin' birthday!!!! now go out there and do some roo rooting damage! :-) xoxox
patti (pattibowie@home.com) (Posted from IP:
- Wednesday, May 09, 2001 at 02:10:28 (EDT)
Happy Birthday Matt!!! xoxoxoxoxo
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB CANADA - Tuesday, May 08, 2001 at 14:33:56 (EDT)
unknown (Posted from IP:
London, England - Monday, May 07, 2001 at 14:53:01 (EDT)
Are your lyrics for OUTSIDE correct? I think the second line is 'yes today' not yesterday, so it reads 'NOW, NOT TOMMOROW YES TODAY NOT TOMMOROW ...'
Miles o'Hare (Miles.ohare@tinyworld.co.uk) (Posted from IP:
Newcastle, England - Monday, May 07, 2001 at 10:17:48 (EDT)
It may be against Ian Hunter's instincts to be gracious toward Bowie, but tonight has been a really special night on WFUV, streaming at www.wfuv.org. Tune in now if you can, 90.7 FM in NYC. Ian is guesting on Vin Scelsa's "Idiots Delight" show, and he just finished re-telling the ATYDs story. It was really wonderful to hear yet again. Ian said that Mott was over and broken up. Pete, the Mott bass player, had called Bowie to ask for work, knowing that Bowie was forming a band. Ian said Bowie was very angry with Pete, and said Mott shouldn't break up. Bowie sent them--Hunter didn't say in what form--"Suffragette City," and Ian said the band liked it, but it didn't work. Radio was against Mott, he said, and they couldn't get a hit, and they didn't need a great song, they needed a "classic song. Like 'You Really Got Me.'" He said that Tony DeFries invited the band to what Ian called DeFries's publishing company, and Bowie was there, and he sat on the floor and played ATYDs on an acoustic guitar. Hunter said he had two thoughts immediately. First, he said he thought that he could sing the song. He noted that he wasn't a good singer at the time, and he thought he could get through it. Then, he said, he "just got a chill." He said he knew that song was it. Not a "decent song or a good song" but a classic. He said everyone in the room knew it. Hunter said it still was, and then he played it on acoustic guitar, accompanied by James Maestro, the former Bongo. Hell, I got a chill. After it was over, Scelsa did his usual fawning thing (he said he had goosebumps later), and Ian repeated that the song was a classic. Scelsa asked the conversation ender: Have you talked to Bowie recently? Ian said "No, no," followed by the deadly silence where Scelsa thought he was gonna get elaboration, but during which us Bowie fans knew that the Bowie part of the show was over. Scelsa, indefatigable, noted that Jill Sobule does a great version of the song, and Maestro agreed. Hunter had never heard of her. Anyway, the shows are archived at one of the fan sites listed at the WFUV page under Vin's listing if you want to hear it, though they don't go up too timely. You may want to hear Ian's versions of ATYDs, "All the Way to Memphis," "I Wish I was Your Mother," Michael Picasso (for Mick and dedicated to Susie and Lisa, Mick's wife and daughter) and a couple of new songs from "Rant," just out, including a song called "Dead Man Walking." Ian, BTW, did the same thing last week at www.ianhunter.com, where he answered a new batch of questions. One was loaded, asking about Ian's relationship with David Bowie since the Ronson tribute, to which Mr. Hunter gave a one word reply: "Nonexistent." I love 'em both, but even if you if you believe the worst about Bowie's professional relationships, you gotta figure that it's time for Ian to get over it and get his facts straight. As I type this, the interview continues, and is scheduled to go for a little while longer.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Saturday, May 05, 2001 at 22:45:09 (EDT)
Hallo - I've seen every Bowie tour in Chicago since 1978 and I am looking for any video from any Chicago show. I have just moved to the Denver area and if there are any fellow Bowie fans around here, let's talk
Jimi Burke (DrJimiB@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
Longmont, Co USA - Saturday, May 05, 2001 at 15:21:13 (EDT)
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - Wednesday, May 02, 2001 at 16:18:51 (EDT)
Oh, and a second Roxy Music show was just added this week at the MSG theater, for 7/24; I believe the on-sale is Monday morning, 5/7.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Wednesday, May 02, 2001 at 12:52:28 (EDT)
K-Rock is now saying Green Day will play at the tribute show, which, given radio's reliability, probably means GD will be in Cali. With the cat now well out of the bag, one of the two sections of seating have sold out. In fact, there was a rumor that GD was supposed to play at a tribute show organized by Mitch Leigh of the Rattlers (aka Joey's brother) last night at CBGBs, but I don't know if that came off. The Cramps? Maybe. Metallica? Again, I wouldn't invade the rainy day fund to get to the show, but right now, it's possible. Here's the official site for the show, containing yesterday's press release: http://www.mrli.com/joeys50thbirthday/index.html.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Tuesday, May 01, 2001 at 16:09:32 (EDT)
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