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David Bowie - The Next Day album download

David Bowie - The Next Day album download
Performer: David Bowie
Title: The Next Day
Country: Europe
Genre: Rock / Pop
Style:Pop Rock
Released: 2016
MP3 album szie: 1846 mb
FLAC album size: 1439 mb

The Next Day is David Bowie’s 24th studio album, marking his first new material in near a decade. It was recorded by Bowie and producer Tony Visconti in secret sessions over two years in New York City – where Bowie had lived since 1992 – and thus when announced, on January 8, 2013 (Bowie’s 66th birthday), came as a surprise to the press and fandom who had thought the singer had retired. The Next Day was released in March 2013 to critical acclaim and topped charts worldwide (including Bowie’s native UK; in the US, it was behind Bon Jovi’s What About Now). The Next Day Q&A. Speaking to The Guardian following the album’s release, Visconti said: The album is eclectic, it’s got five really blistering rock tracks. The rest is really mid-tempo, mysterious and evocative. He’s been obsessed with medieval English history, which, believe it or not, makes great material for a rock song.

Nobody really expected anything from David Bowie at this point, let alone his best album in 30 years. After virtually disappearing following the release and aborted tour in support of 2003’s underwhelming ‘Reality,’ even the rock ‘n’ roll changeling’s biggest fans figured he was finished. He was rarely seen in public, and there certainly were no rumors swirling about a new record or anything like that. So when Bowie announced on his 66th birthday that his 24th album, ‘The Next Day,’ was all ready to go, it was both surprising and thrilling. Short answer: He’s David Bowie. And he stages his big comeback on ‘The Next Day’ by slipping in and out of the 14 songs like he can’t decide if he liked his Berlin Trilogy or ‘Scary Monsters’ periods better. The Next Day’ isn’t perfect. It’s a little too long, and some of the songs lack direction and focus.

My first true musical hero. Close behind comes the raw brutality of Iggy Pop and the drugged-up street cool of Lou Reed; my other two main idols in music. The Next Day’ is a strong opener and throws you straight into the album, almost like a sped-up version of ‘It’s No Game (Part 1)’ from Scary Monsters with Bowie giving a sharp, poisonous vocal delivery. So we kick off with a foot-stomper, the best move really considering this is Bowie’s first album in 10 years.

Longtime producer Tony Visconti says Bowie may do a single concert to celebrate new LP. By. Andy Greene. Tony Visconti has been producing David Bowie‘s albums since Space Oddity in 1969. They’ve worked together on many of Bowie’s greatest triumphs, including Heroes, Young Americans and Scary Monsters. After a long break, they joined forces again in the early 2000s for Heathen and Reality. Two years ago, he started working with Bowie on his long-awaited new album, The Next Day. Rolling Stone spoke to Visconti about the pair’s secret sessions, how medieval English history inspired some of the songs and why it’s unlikely that Bowie will tour – though a single show remains possible

The Next Day (оригинал David Bowie). Другой день (перевод Dan UndeaD из Northrend). Do not cry" she begs of him goodbye yeah. Не плачь" – а она умоляет его не уходить. All that day she thinks of his love yeah. И весь этот день думает только о его любви. They whip him through the streets and alleys there.

The album found Bowie in a contemplative mood, finally finding peace by twisting up his own past in a way that did service to his accomplishments without overtly repeating them. The following year's Reality pulled off a similar trick, and it seemed like David Bowie was settling into a respectable late-career renaissance. And then, on June 25, 2004, he collapsed backstage after a show in Germany, and had to undergo emergency heart surgery. On several levels, David Bowie's 24th studio album is a cunning act of sleight of hand. On The Next Day, he hasn't only come to terms with his past- he's making his old material work for his new material. For Bowie, the always-savvy son of a public relations man, it's good for business and good for art. The "Heroes"-erasing cover is an admission, a boast, and a provocation ("how dare he!") all at once.

A Reality Tour is a live album by David Bowie that was released on 25 January 2010. The album features 22 and 23 November 2003 performances in Dublin during his concert tour A Reality Tour. This is an audio version of the concert video of the same name, except that it adds three bonus tracks.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Next Day
Arranged By [String Arrangement] – David Bowie, Tony ViscontiBass – Gail Ann DorseyDrums – Zachary AlfordGuitar – David Torn, Gerry LeonardStrings – Anja Wood, Antoine Silverman, Hiroko Taguchi, Maxim MostonWritten-By, Vocals, Guitar – David Bowie
3:26
A2 Dirty Boys
Baritone Saxophone – Steve ElsonBass – Tony LevinDrums – Zachary AlfordGuitar – Earl Slick, Gerry Leonard, Tony ViscontiWritten-By, Vocals – David Bowie
2:58
A3 The Stars (Are Out Tonight)
Acoustic Guitar, Arranged By [String Arrangement] – David Bowie, Tony ViscontiBacking Vocals – Gail Ann Dorsey, Janice PendarvisBaritone Saxophone, Contrabass Clarinet – Steve ElsonBass – Gail Ann DorseyDrums – Zachary AlfordGuitar – David Torn, Gerry LeonardRecorder – Tony ViscontiStrings – Anja Wood, Antoine Silverman, Hiroko Taguchi, Maxim MostonWritten-By, Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – David Bowie
3:57
A4 Love Is Lost
Bass – Gail Ann DorseyDrums – Zachary AlfordGuitar – Gerry LeonardWritten-By, Vocals, Keyboards – David Bowie
3:57
A5 Where Are We Now?
Bass – Tony LevinDrums – Zachary AlfordGuitar – Gerry LeonardPiano – Henry HeyStrings – Tony ViscontiWritten-By, Vocals, Keyboards – David Bowie
4:09
A6 Valentine’s Day
Bass – Tony ViscontiDrums – Sterling CampbellGuitar – Earl SlickWritten-By, Vocals – David Bowie
3:02
A7 If You Can See Me
Backing Vocals – Gail Ann DorseyBass – Tony LevinDrums, Percussion – Zachary AlfordGuitar – David Torn, Gerry LeonardWritten-By, Vocals, Keyboards – David Bowie
3:12
A8 I’d Rather Be High
Bass – Tony LevinDrums – Zachary AlfordGuitar – Gerry LeonardWritten-By, Vocals – David Bowie
3:44
B1 Boss Of Me
Backing Vocals – Gail Ann Dorsey, Janice PendarvisBaritone Saxophone – Steve ElsonBass – Tony LevinDrums – Zachary AlfordGuitar – Gerry LeonardRecorder – Tony ViscontiVocals – David BowieWritten-By – David Bowie, Gerry Leonard
4:09
B2 Dancing Out In Space
Bass – Gail Ann DorseyDrums – Zachary AlfordGuitar – David Torn, Gerry LeonardWritten-By, Vocals, Keyboards – David Bowie
3:21
B3 How Does The Grass Grow?
Bass, Backing Vocals – Gail Ann DorseyDrums – Zachary AlfordGuitar – David Torn, Gerry LeonardVocals, Keyboards – David BowieWritten-By – David Bowie, Jerry Lordan
4:34
B4 (You Will) Set The World On Fire
Backing Vocals – Gail Ann Dorsey, Janice PendarvisBass – Tony ViscontiDrums, Tambourine – Sterling CampbellGuitar – Earl Slick, Gerry LeonardWritten-By, Vocals – David Bowie
3:32
B5 You Feel So Lonely You Could Die
Backing Vocals – Gail Ann Dorsey, Janice PendarvisBass – Gail Ann DorseyDrums – Zachary AlfordGuitar – David Torn, Gerry LeonardGuitar, Arranged By [Strings Arrangement] – Tony ViscontiPiano – Henry HeyStrings – Anja Wood, Antoine Silverman, Hiroko Taguchi, Maxim MostonWritten-By, Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – David Bowie
4:37
Bonus Tracks
B6 Plan
Drums – Zachary AlfordWritten-By, Keyboards, Guitar, Percussion – David Bowie
2:02
B7 I'll Take You There
Backing Vocals – Janice PendarvisBass, Backing Vocals – Gail Ann DorseyDrums – Zachary AlfordGuitar – David Torn, Gerry Leonard, Tony ViscontiPercussion – Alex AlexanderVocals, Keyboards, Acoustic Guitar – David BowieWritten-By – David Bowie, Gerry Leonard
2:41
B7 God Bless The Girl
Acoustic Guitar – Morgan ViscontiBacking Vocals – Gail Ann Dorsey, Janice PendarvisBass – Tony LevinDrums – Zachary AlfordElectric Guitar – Gerry LeonardPercussion – Alex AlexanderPiano – Henry HeyVocals, Keyboards – David BowieWritten-By – David Bowie
4:11

Credits

  • Engineer – Mario McNulty
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Brian Thorn, Kabir Hermon
  • Mastered By – Dave McNair
  • Mixed By, Engineer – Tony Visconti
  • Photography By – Jimmy King
  • Photography By [Portrait Of David Bowie On "Heroes"] – Sukita*
  • Producer – David Bowie, Tony Visconti

Notes

Unofficial cassette of the album with 3 bonus tracks, this tape version does not include "Heat" as the original tracklist.
Track A8 ends with a similar intro of "Boss of me".
The Case is a standard type with a black back and transparent front, The shell is transparent clear with a red foil inside on both sides. A paper picture label is present only on side A., contains a folded card insert
Dolby B. Special 2016 Edition.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
88765 46186 2 David Bowie The Next Day ‎(CD, Album, Dig) ISO Records, Columbia 88765 46186 2 Europe 2013
88765 46192 2 David Bowie The Next Day ‎(CD, Album, Dlx, Dig) ISO Records, Columbia, Sony Music 88765 46192 2 Europe 2013
8876 546192-2 David Bowie The Next Day ‎(CD, Album, Dig) ISO Records, Columbia, Sony Music 8876 546192-2 Argentina 2013
88765 46186 2 David Bowie The Next Day ‎(CD, Album, Dig) ISO Records, Columbia 88765 46186 2 Europe 2013
88765462462 David Bowie The Next Day ‎(CD, Album) ISO Records, Columbia 88765462462 Australia 2013