There was a fairly immediate, unanimous verdict that everything about David Bowie‘s abrupt return to music at the start of last year with ‘The Next Day‘ was pretty much untouchable. Short shrift given to anyone who thought otherwise.
But Andrew Loog Oldham, the manager who shaped The Rolling Stones into the creative force now so fondly remembered, has broken ranks to give a far more withering verdict on Bowie’s comeback.
Despite only releasing two new songs this year via the medium of his career retrospective ‘Nothing Has Changed‘, David Bowie will compete for the Artist Of The Year prize at the inaugural BBC Music Awards later this week.
David Bowie is heading for the Top 10 on the UK Album Chart with his career-spanning compilation ‘Nothing Has Changed‘.
The video for David Bowie‘s ‘Sue (Or In a Season Of Crime)‘ has been premiered over on Muzu and can be seen below.
The artwork for ‘Nothing Has Changed‘ – a comprehensive new compilation which looks back on five decades of David Bowie‘s music, as well containing a brand new track entitled ‘Sue (Or In a Season Of Crime)’ – has had its artwork revealed.
50 years of recorded music, starting in 1964 when he was working under the banner Davie Jones With The King Bees, will be celebrated by David Bowie later this year.
The legendary David Bowie has teased ‘more music soon’ in the wake of his 2013 comeback which was as abrupt as it was successful.
The 2014 T In The Park festival kicks off today (July 11th), and its organiser Geoff Ellis has been discussing who would be his dream headliners in the future.
Tongues have been set wagging on the possibility of a new David Bowie album being in the works, despite the legendary songwriter’s own tongue appearing to be firmly in his cheek during a congratulatory message to his label boss last night (April 24th).
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