David Bowie - The Next Day album flac
- Album: The Next Day
- FLAC: 1670 mb | MP3: 1891 mb
- Released: 2013
- Style: Art Rock
- Rating: 4.9/5
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Music video by David Bowie performing The Next Day. (c) 2013 ISO Records, under exclusive license to Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment.
The Next Day is the 24th studio album by David Bowie.
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The Next Day is David Bowie’s 24th studio album, marking his first new material in near a decade. It was recorded by Bowie and producer Tony Visconti in secret sessions over two years in New York City – where Bowie had lived since 1992 – and thus when announced, on January 8, 2013 (Bowie’s 66th birthday), came as a surprise to the press and fandom who had thought the singer had retired. The Next Day was released in March 2013 to critical acclaim and topped charts worldwide (including Bowie’s native UK; in the US, it was behind Bon Jovi’s What About Now). The Next Day Q&A. Speaking to The Guardian following the album’s release, Visconti said: The album is eclectic, it’s got five really blistering rock tracks. The rest is really mid-tempo, mysterious and evocative. He’s been obsessed with medieval English history, which, believe it or not, makes great material for a rock song.
Longtime producer Tony Visconti says Bowie may do a single concert to celebrate new LP. By. Andy Greene. Tony Visconti has been producing David Bowie‘s albums since Space Oddity in 1969. They’ve worked together on many of Bowie’s greatest triumphs, including Heroes, Young Americans and Scary Monsters. After a long break, they joined forces again in the early 2000s for Heathen and Reality. Two years ago, he started working with Bowie on his long-awaited new album, The Next Day. Rolling Stone spoke to Visconti about the pair’s secret sessions, how medieval English history inspired some of the songs and why it’s unlikely that Bowie will tour – though a single show remains possible
The Next Day’ is a very brilliant rock record. It’s intelligent, memorable and even a little provocative. Given the dearth of true talent working in the medium of rock at present, there’s every chance you’ll hear your favourite guitar solo of the year on this LP – not to mention the deepest lyrics, the best chord changes or the most catchy choruses (more on those in a minute). That His Davidness can trounce the meagre competition around him in 2013 is no surprise. He’s buried his imitators in every decade he’s worked in, from Slade to Suede . Should we be surprised that David Bowie’s made an excellent album? In hindsight, probably not. We just weren’t expecting quite such a rich return from our absentee hero. The Next Day’ is a treasure. Terrible cover though.
The Next Day (оригинал David Bowie). Другой день (перевод Dan UndeaD из Northrend). Do not cry" she begs of him goodbye yeah. Не плачь" – а она умоляет его не уходить. All that day she thinks of his love yeah. И весь этот день думает только о его любви. They whip him through the streets and alleys there.
My first true musical hero. Close behind comes the raw brutality of Iggy Pop and the drugged-up street cool of Lou Reed; my other two main idols in music. The Next Day’ is a strong opener and throws you straight into the album, almost like a sped-up version of ‘It’s No Game (Part 1)’ from Scary Monsters with Bowie giving a sharp, poisonous vocal delivery. So we kick off with a foot-stomper, the best move really considering this is Bowie’s first album in 10 years.
A Reality Tour is a live album by David Bowie that was released on 25 January 2010. The album features 22 and 23 November 2003 performances in Dublin during his concert tour A Reality Tour. This is an audio version of the concert video of the same name, except that it adds three bonus tracks.
The Next Day. David Bowie’s excellent new album is a return to his high ’70s form without being a retread. The Next Day is indeed a great album. But the hosannas are a bit surprising, given the limp reaction to Bowie’s previous two rock albums, Heathen and Reality, which were also produced by Visconti. The albums had strong moments but went largely unnoticed. We wanted artifice, camp, fantastical stories, and soaring anthems. Earnestness and candor are boring; we craved a grander illusion, one that Bowie is so expert at architecting.
David Bowie's eagerly awaited new album is thought-provoking, strange and filled with great songs. What The Next Day has that perhaps Lodger didn't is something more prosaic. Whatever else he's been doing, clearly at least some of the last decade has been spent carefully crafting inarguable tunes.