Have you ever heard this year that David Bowie passed away? Believe me! Most newspapers, magazines and on TV heard about his passing as well as his fans online!
Well, This Scratch Studio is a Tribute to the legendary British rock musician, singer, and movie actor that made pop culture a reality from the 70s up until now!
David Bowie also did some acting on movies during the 80s and 90s and now returning to his music career when he retired from acting.
I heard there are many unreleased songs of David Bowie waiting to be released. You might find out once the record company of David Bowie releases them! I don’t count that there are a few sources about some of the songs being unreleased as demo recordings.
For all of you younger Scratchers out there who do not know about David Bowie I suggest reading up on him, for the older Scratchers, Well, you may already know him!
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R.I.P. David Bowie
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also David bowie real name was David Robert Jones was born in Brixton on January 8, 1947. At age thirteen, inspired by the jazz of the London West End, he picked up the saxophone and called up Ronnie Ross for lessons. Early bands he played with – The Kon-Rads, The King Bees, the Mannish Boys and the Lower Third –provided him with an introduction into the showy world of pop and mod, and by 1966 he was David Bowie, with long hair and aspirations of stardom rustling about his head. Kenneth Pitt signed on as his manager, and his career began with a handful of mostly forgotten singles but a head full of ideas. It was not until 1969 that the splash onto the charts would begin, with the legendary Space Oddity (which peaked at No. 5 in the UK). Amidst his musical wanderings in the late 60s, he experimented with mixed media, cinema, mime, Tibetan Buddhism, acting and love. The album, originally titled David Bowie then subsequently Man of Words, Man of Music, pays homage to all the influences of the London artistic scene. It shows the early song-writing talent that was yet to yield some of rock-n-roll’s finest work, even if it would take the rest of the world a few years to catch up with him.