Hoping this postcard reminds you of good times in the “Old North State”…yeah, the postcard looks better than that moniker sounds…
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David Bowie, aka David Jones, was a pioneer in music videos. He always had theatrical, artistic looking movies, almost. He even admitted to being a mime trapped in a man’s body!
I just thought I’d put together a little compilation of videos I though were very unique:
1969 – “Love You ‘Til Tuesday”
1969 – Space Oddity (Original Video)
1974 – “Life On Mars”
1977 – “Heroes” – and how many commercials use this song? Well, the toned-down, less angst-ridden version…
1979 “I Am A D.J. (I am what I play)
1980 – “Ashes To Ashes”
1983 – “China Girl” – As a teen, I remember a major controversy with this one. It was reviled for sounded misogynistic or racist – fetishization of Asian women, white supremacy, and mentions swastikas. Actually, it’s not glamorizing, it’s pointing out how racist people can be…just watch. Iggy Pop co-wrote this.
1984 – “Blue Jean”
1987 – “Day-In Day-Out” – another one loaded with controversy. This one was banned in the US. Just watch it…notice how it could’ve been filmed today.
1977 – “Heroes” from the Bing Crosby Merrie Olde Christmas Special
Bing Crosby & David Bowie – “The Little Drummer Boy (Peace On Earth)”
David Bowie Funny Moments – Part I, II, III
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