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9 thoughts on “ Kooks - David Bowie - Hunky Dory (CD, Album) ”

  1. Editors’ Notes Embracing a coy blend of folk, pop, and cabaret, this album puts Bowie's talents as a singer/songwriter front and center. Each track draws us in with a catchy melody, like the jaunty piano on the music-hall inspired "Kooks" and the stripped-down guitar on the rocker "Song for Bob Dylan.".
  2. After the freakish hard rock of The Man Who Sold the World, David Bowie returned to singer/songwriter territory on Hunky Dory. Not only did the album boast more folky songs ("Song for Bob Dylan," "The Bewlay Brothers"), but he again flirted with Anthony Newley-esque dancehall music ("Kooks," "Fill Your Heart"), seemingly leaving heavy metal behind/
  3. David Bowie was released in the UK in both mono and stereo on 1 June It was issued in the U.S. in August , minus "We Are Hungry Men" and "Maid of Bond Street". The album and its associated singles were all commercial failures at the time, and Bowie did not release another record until 's David Bowie, two years tioprolicbookrili.missrucpotemadistnelmarkjongfactreti.infoinfo album's failure cost Bowie his record contract with Deram Genre: Baroque pop, music hall, psychedelic pop.
  4. Bowie refers to The Pretty Things, Bob Dylan, and Andy Warhol in the song titles and, in turn, a later band (The Kooks) and television show (Life On Mars) took their names from song titles on Hunky Dory. There are also historical references through the lyrics that mention Aleister Crowley, Winston Churchill, Heinrich Himmler, Juan Pujol, and.
  5. 23 hours ago · David Bowie ‎– Hunky Dory Label: Parlophone ‎– , Parlophone ‎– DB, Parlophone ‎– DB , Parlophone ‎– DBXL/5(K).
  6. Always ahead of the curve, David Bowie himself possibly foresaw the result of a hour poll of Bowie fans over on BOWIE KOOKS for their favourite Bowie studio album. He predicted it in his son's bedroom in by holding the Hunky Dory artwork in a moment captured by the magician of rock photography, Mick Rock.
  7. Download, Feature, Full Albums Tagged with: Biff Rose, Dana Gillespie, Danny Wilson, David Bowie, Dolly Spectra, Ian McCulloch, Keren Ann, Peter Noone, Replicants, Seal, Seu Jorge, Tiny Tim One Response to “Full Albums: David Bowie’s ‘Hunky Dory’”.
  8. Photography: Brian Ward Colouring: Terry Pastor of Main Artery Label: RCA Producers: Ken Scott, David Bowie 01 Changes ( Remastered Version) 02 Oh!
  9. Hunky Dory is David Bowie’s first classic album. It’s distinctive yet familiar simultaneously, featuring some of his most essential tracks, as well as a platter of lesser known gentle pop gems/5.

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