|2||Ashes To Ashes||3:35|
|BOW6, BOW 6, PB 9575||David Bowie||Ashes To Ashes (7", Single, Pus)||RCA, RCA, RCA||BOW6, BOW 6, PB 9575||UK||1980|
|PB-9575||David Bowie||Ashes To Ashes (7", Single)||RCA Victor||PB-9575||Portugal||1980|
|PB 9575||David Bowie||Ashes To Ashes (7", Single)||RCA||PB 9575||Belgium||1980|
|PB-12078||David Bowie||Ashes To Ashes (7", Single)||RCA||PB-12078||Canada||1980|
|PB 9575||David Bowie||Ashes To Ashes (7", Single)||RCA, RCA Victor||PB 9575||France||1980|
3 different covers available.
This is the version with Bowie holding shoe waist high and looking ahead.
Other versions available are:
Ashes To Ashes, Bowie holding the shoe to his ear
Ashes To Ashes, Bowie holding shoe chest high and looking down
Some copies includes insert of stamp images.
Track A: from the forthcoming album "Scary Monsters" BOW LP 2
Track B: from the album "Lodger" BOW LP 1
Bewley Bros. Music/Fleur Music
A: ℗ 1980 RCA Corporation
B: ℗ 1979 RCA Corporation
Sleeve © 1980 RCA Ltd.
Manufactured by RCA Ltd. England from Master Recordings of RCA Corp.
Track durations not listed on the release.
Ashes to Ashes is a song written and recorded by English singer-songwriter David Bowie. It was the lead single from the 1980 album Scary Monsters and Super Creeps and became Bowie's second UK No. 1 single. It is also known for its innovative video, directed by Bowie and David Mallet, which at the time was the most expensive music video ever made. The lyrics revisit Bowie's Major Tom character from 1969's Space Oddity in a darker theme, which he referenced once again in 1995 with Hallo Spaceboy. Ashes To Ashes - David Bowie. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Текст песни: Do you remember a guy thats been In such an early song Ive heard a rumour from ground control Oh no, dont say its Tribute To David Bowie Vol 1 - Ashes To Ashes. Ashes to Ashes is a 1980 song by English musician David Bowie. It was released as a single from his fourteenth studio album, Scary Monsters and Super Creeps, on 8 August 1980. Do you remember a guy that's been. In such an early song I've heard a rumour from Ground Control. Oh no, don't say it's true. They got a message from the action man: I'm happy, hope you're happy, too. I've loved all I've needed love. Sordid details following. The shrieking of nothing is killing just. by David Bowie. Album: Scary Monsters 1980. Charted: 1. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . I consider Ashes to ashes like an echo to other songs and people here noticed that too. When I watched ashes to ashes video I didn't understand it was a reference to Hiroshima but why not it made me think to Ixtoc 1 and the big catastrophe with petrol 1979-1980 south texas. Black sea etc. David Bowie - Ashes To Ashes 1980. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Art Rock New Wave. David Bowie. Songs in album David Bowie - Ashes To Ashes 1980. David Bowie - Ashes To Ashes Single Version. David Bowie - Move On. Total votes: 6. Other albums by David Bowie. Psychedelic Folk Baroque pop. David Bowie Rarities & Oddities. Classic Rock. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Bowie is constantly recycling, revisiting, indulging and imitating rather than creating, in the authors estimation. But that was always Bowies strength. He had this ability to invent by imitation and assimilation. Some of his best work resulted from recycling. Listen to New Angels Of Promise , which the author correctly points out, recycles from Sons of the Silent Age. Hopefully well hear more Bowie in the future, and hopefully Chris OLeary will be willing to provide these insights on that as well. Thanks f. Ashes to Ashes is a single by David Bowie, released in 1980. It made 1 in the UK and was the first cut from the Scary Monsters album, also a 1 hit. As well as its musical qualities, it is noted for its innovative video, directed by Bowie and David Mallet. The lyrics revisit Bowie's Major Tom character from Space Oddity, which he referenced once again in 1996 with Hallo Spaceboy. Bowie has said that with Ashes to Ashes he was, wrapping up the seventies really for myself, and that seemed a good enough epitaph for it. View wiki