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8 thoughts on “ Song For Bob Dylan - David Bowie - Hunky Dory (CD, Album)

  1. Oh, hear this Robert Zimmerman I wrote a song for you About a strange young man called Dylan With a voice like sand and glue Some words of truthful vengeance they could pin us to the floor Brought a few more people on and put the fear in a whole .
  2. 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. Hunky Dory (Remastered) David Bowie Rock · For all the ambition, mysticism and theatre, Hunky Dory is cloaked in brilliantly straightforward tunes that make it difficult to resist “Changes”’ command that we “turn and face the strange”. SONG TIME Changes. 1. PREVIEW Oh! You Pretty Things Song for Bob Dylan. 9.
  4. Hunky Dory contains some of Bowie’s greatest songs. “Changes” and “Life On Mars?”, “Oh! You Pretty Things” are almost too well-known now; but to hear the scale of Bowie’s ambition.
  5. General CommentI think considering this song follows the song "Andy Warhol" on the album "Hunky Dory," released one year after Edie Sedgwick's death, I see some refences to Warhol's Factory years and the involvement both Edie and Dylan had in it in those days. When the chorus goes "Here she comes again/ the same old painted lady/ from the brow of a superbrain" I think is a reference to.
  6. One of the semi-sketches on Hunky Dory, “Song For Bob Dylan” offers David Bowie the opportunity to engage with a towering music icon (and partial inspiration): Bob Dylan.
  7. May 04,  · Music Sports Gaming David Bowie - Hunky Dory (full album) nordicsmoking; 10 videos; David Bowie - Song For Bob Dylan by Ziggy's Stardust. David Bowie - Queen Bitch.
  8. Jul 03,  · Bowie’s fourth album (and possibly his best) “Hunky Dory” came in and contained the track “Song For Bob Dylan”. Dylan wrote in “Chronicles”: “I found myself stuck in Woodstock, vulnerable and with a family to protect.

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