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David Bowie

Post 1

Bluebottle

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David Bowie

Post 2

Sho - with added slapping hand

Considering that I didn't listen to all his music constantly, it is amazing how it turns out, above all other things, to be the second soundtrack to my life (after The Beatles)

I was completely unaware that he'd been ill (or about the rather public heart attack) because I prefer not to "know" my heroes (in case they turn out to be eejits). So I had been wondering if he'd tour again.

Sadly not
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David Bowie

Post 3

Bluebottle

No, I didn't know that he was ill either. I was fortunate enough to see him live over a decade ago, as well as musically he was in 'Labyrinth', which was one of my favourite films as a child.

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David Bowie

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Sho - with added slapping hand

I've never seen that. It will probably be on TV any day now smiley - sadface

I did see Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence though, and The Hunger. The former made me cry buckets, the latter made me cringe.


David Bowie

Post 5

Bluebottle

It'll probably be on soon, it's usually on around Easter or Bank Holidays.

David Bowie is very memorable, not only his performance but also his hair and trousers. I wrote about it here: A87790567 'Labyrinth' - The Film

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