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PositiveXPosted at 2018-11-17 01:37:12(3 wks ago) (Introduce Yourself / Listened to Bowie mainly in 1970s - looking for newer tunes too)


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I listened to my older borother's and sister's albums .  
And kind of lost touch after the 1980s .  
Then got Tin Machine also .  
Am looking for soundboards by Bowie  
and the others here .

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paperdragonPosted at 2018-11-17 06:33:26(3 wks ago) (Introduce Yourself / Listened to Bowie mainly in 1970s - looking for newer tunes too)
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...and then my mind split open.
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40compassesPosted at 2018-11-19 21:31:55(3 wks ago) (Introduce Yourself / Listened to Bowie mainly in 1970s - looking for newer tunes too)


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Stick with the 70s man.

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steve23yhPosted at 2018-11-20 13:34:04(3 wks ago) (Introduce Yourself / Listened to Bowie mainly in 1970s - looking for newer tunes too)
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There's already a thread that might help you: https://www.bowiestation.com/forums.php?action=viewtopic&topicid=17



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GwonamLordPosted at 2018-11-20 16:16:12(3 wks ago) (Introduce Yourself / Listened to Bowie mainly in 1970s - looking for newer tunes too)


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40compasses wrote:

Stick with the 70s man.

and miss out on some of his best work (like the 1995-2004 tours)?

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40compassesPosted at 2018-11-20 22:22:38(3 wks ago) (Introduce Yourself / Listened to Bowie mainly in 1970s - looking for newer tunes too)


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GwonamLord wrote:

40compasses wrote:

Stick with the 70s man.

and miss out on some of his best work (like the 1995-2004 tours)?

'72, '74, '76' '78. That's all I'll ever need....

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GwonamLordPosted at 2018-11-20 22:43:47(3 wks ago) (Introduce Yourself / Listened to Bowie mainly in 1970s - looking for newer tunes too)


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40compasses wrote:

GwonamLord wrote:

40compasses wrote:

Stick with the 70s man.

and miss out on some of his best work (like the 1995-2004 tours)?

'72, '74, '76' '78. That's all I'll ever need....

good for YOU, but most of us don't share that view.

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DanthecoatPosted at 2018-11-24 10:00:21(2 wks ago) (Introduce Yourself / Listened to Bowie mainly in 1970s - looking for newer tunes too)


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That's the thing with the Bowster, he was so diverse that his music spanned generations as well as genres so there's something for everyone. In my opinion i loved the early 70's Ziggy, Aladdin but started to wain a little at Diamond Dogs especially after pin ups :( Liked a few from Young Americans and a few from each album after that. Wasn't a lover of Scary Monsters though i did love the singles but around that time i fell in love with Low. Wasn't really keen on anything (especially hated anything from the outside/Drum and Bass period though loved I'm afraid of Americans) until Hours which i still think is a massively underrated album. Then drifted off again until his death and now have been loving Heathen. just moved onto reality and its growing on me but i still haven't listened to The Next Day and i've only spun Blackstar twice as its still a bit too sad for me.

Oh and Station to Station is Blowing me away and how he got away with a 6 track LP back in the day makes the man even more of a GOD to me LOl

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paperdragonPosted at 2018-11-25 20:43:44(2 wks ago) (Introduce Yourself / Listened to Bowie mainly in 1970s - looking for newer tunes too)
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40compasses wrote:

GwonamLord wrote:

40compasses wrote:

Stick with the 70s man.

and miss out on some of his best work (like the 1995-2004 tours)?

'72, '74, '76' '78. That's all I'll ever need....

The 70s were phenomenal, but I also need everything he did right up until the day he left us, and truth be told, I need even more than that.



...and then my mind split open.
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