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David Bowie
Space Oddity / The Man Who Sold The World
Hard Rock, Soft Rock
5 099964 695105
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2Saviour Machine
3Don't Sit Down
4The Supermen
5Letter To Hermione
6Memory Of A Free Festival
7Cygnet Committee
8Running Gun Blues
9After All
10The Man Who Sold The World
11She Shook Me Cold
12An Occasional Dream
13Black Country Rock
14All The Madmen
15The Width Of A Circle
16God Knows I'm Good
17Space Oddity
18Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud
19Unwashed And Somewhat Slightly Dazed


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NL 37727David Bowie Space Oddity / The Man Who Sold The World ‎(LP, Album + LP, Album + Comp)RCANL 37727France1983
NK 37 727David Bowie Space Oddity / The Man Who Sold The World ‎(Cass, Comp)RCANK 37 727FranceUnknown


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The Man Who Sold the World is the third studio album by English rock singer-songwriter David Bowie. It was originally released by Mercury Records in the United States in November 1970, and in April 1971, with different artwork, in the United Kingdom. The album was reissued by RCA Records in 1972 used a black-and-white picture of Ziggy Stardust as the artwork, but subsequent reissues since 1990 have used the original UK cover as the official artwork. Текст песни: We passed upon the stair, we spoke of was and when Although I wasn't there, he said I was his friend. Текст песни: We passed upon the stair, We spoke of was and when Although I wasn't there, He said I was his : David Bowie. Song: The Man Who Sold The World. Who knows not me We never lost control You're face to face With the man who sold. 50 видео Воспроизвести. Working with guitarist Mick Ronson and producer Tony Visconti for the second time Bowie developed a tight, twisted heavy guitar rock that appears simple on the surface but sounds more gnarled upon each listen. The mix is off-center, with the fuzz-bass dominating the compressed, razor-thin guitars and Bowie's strangled, affected voice. Узнавайте о релизах, читайте рецензии, изучайте сведения об участниках альбомов песни и прочая информация о David Bowie - The Man Who Sold The. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей David April 1971, it was released in the UK on the Mercury label with a striking photography by Keef Keith MacMillan of David wearing a dress. Mercury released The Man Who Sold the World with yet another cover in Germany. Commonly known as the round cover, this version is the rarest of the three Mercury releases. RCA reissued the album worldwide along with Space Oddity in1972 with a black and white Ziggy-era cover shot taken by Brian Ward. Scroll the images to view all four version of the album. The Width of a Circle. The Man Who Sold the World is a song written by English singer-songwriter David Bowie. The title track of Bowie's third studio album of the same name, it was released in November 1970 in the US and in April 1971 in the UK by Mercury Records. Produced by Tony Visconti, it was recorded at Trident and Advision Studios in London in May 1970, towards the end of the album's sessions Bowie recorded his vocal on the final day of mixing for the album, reflecting his generally dismissive attitude during the. Due to the success of albums like The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars and Aladdin Sane, David Bowie began re-releasing some music made from 1971 and earlier. This included albums and singles, like Space Oddity, The Laughing Gnome , and of course, Life on Mars. This single also included another Bowie hit, The Man Who Sold the World , from the album of the same name. Similarly to Life on Mars , this song wasnt released as a single prior to the release of its album, however, was included as a B-side for the 1973 re-release of the single, Space Oddity. So if its much too hazyYou can leave my friend and me with fond adieu, sings David Bowie in The Man Who Sold The World, thus supplying a most cogent critique of his own recent work - Bowies music offers an experience that is as intriguing as it is chilling, but only to the listener sufficiently together to withstand its schizophrenia. Bowie deals throughout this second album in oblique and fragmented images that are almost impenetrable separately but which convey with effectiveness an ironic and bitter sense of the world when considered together. His unhappy relationship with the world is traced to his inability to perceive it