Beginning Sunday, January 8th, on what would have been David Bowie’s 70th birthday, and culminating Tuesday, January 10th on the one-year anniversary of his passing, KEXP DJs John Richards, Cheryl Waters, Stevie Zoom, Larry Rose and Evie Cooke will share rare songs, and we’ll hear from those who knew Bowie best, including producers and friends Brian Eno, Tony Visconti and Nile Rodgers, as well as, Robert Smith of the Cure, Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor and even the former Thin White Duke himself. Clips from these interviews will be featured on the KEXP Blog, alongside videos, news, and a list of Bowie-related events around Seattle.
Odd timing, this and the other tracks on the EP have been out for about a month or so as they're on the Lazarus soundtrack. Great song though!
Lazarus was great, absolutely demented with a pretty obscure storyline (you need to know TMWFTE fairly well to get whats going on) but totally satisfying and Michael C Hall nails it. They should film it cos in a couple of weeks its gone forever.
Hope they sort the tube strikes today or getting home from Brixton tonight is going to be a nightmare
I saw the documentary yesterday. I havent been very into bowie through the years, but I feel sad to not be born earlier. All the best music surely was made in the past. I enjoyed it, and of course ended up in tears... I think today will be a Bowie day on the stereo.