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Van svake pameti je napisati ovo na metal forumu.

dejvid bouvi r.i.p.     Odakle ti pare da pijes viski ?? ja kod mene u Kaludjerici jedva izickam za merak ispred radnje ...

Postoji jedan zanimljiva rečenica koju sam pročitao pre nedelju dana, "If your favorite band wasn't influenced by David Bowie in some way, shape or form then, odds are, your favorite band sucks."  

dejvid bouvi

r.i.p.

 

"I'm not a prophet or a stone aged man, just a mortal with potential of a superman. I'm living on."

 

R.I.P. David Bowie

 

I par reči za kraj:

 

Blackstar album je bio poslednji pozdrav od ovoga sveta, ceo život je sumirao kroz tu ploču, poslednja pesma najbolje govori o tome.

 

David Bowie kao ličnost je prestao da postoji još odavno, u njegovih 5 najpopularnijih godina stvaralaštva, ali njegova muzika je zato večna, i to ga čini ikonom, a ikone ne umiru, one postaju legende i gore poput vatre koju je Prometej doneo ljudima, večno i zastrašujuće.

 

Ne verujem da će se muzičar poput David Bowie ikada pojaviti za naših života, ali svakako neka pokušaju i izađu Bledom i mršavom vojvodi na crtu.

 

Otišao sam da caru odam poštu sa par viskija.

 

Ne vredi ostaju samo vidre i žohari, džekovi odlaze brzinom svetlosti. :cry:

 

Odakle ti pare da pijes viski ??

ja kod mene u Kaludjerici jedva izickam za merak ispred radnje ...

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From Bowie's Facebook page, his complete list of 100 books:

"Interviews With Francis Bacon" by David Sylvester

"Billy Liar" by Keith Waterhouse

"Room at the Top" by John Braine

"On Having No Head" by Douglass Harding

"Kafka was the Rage" by Anatole Broyard

"A Clockwork Orange" by Anthony Burgess

"City of Night" by John Rechy

"The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao" by Junot Diaz

"Madame Bovary" by Gustave Flaubert

"The Iliad" by Homer

"As I Lay Dying" by William Faulkner

"Tadanori Yokoo" by Tadanori Yokoo

"Berlin Alexanderplatz" by Alfred Döblin

"Inside the Whale and Other Essays" by George Orwell

"Mr. Norris Changes Trains" by Christopher Isherwood

"Halls Dictionary of Subjects and Symbols in Art" by James A. Hall

"David Bomberg" by Richard Cork

"Blast" by Wyndham Lewis

"Passing" by Nella Larson

"Beyond The Brillo Box" by Arthur C. Danto

"The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind" by Julian Jaynes

"In Bluebeard’s Castle" by George Steiner

"Hawksmoor" by Peter Ackroyd

"The Divided Self" by R. D. Laing

"The Stranger" by Albert Camus

"Infants of the Spring" by Wallace Thurman

"The Quest for Christa T" by Christa Wolf

"The Songlines" by Bruce Chatwin

"Nights at the Circus" by Angela Carter

"The Master and Margarita" by Mikhail Bulgakov

"The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" by Muriel Spark

"Lolita" by Vladimir Nabokov

"Herzog" by Saul Bellow

"Puckoon" by Spike Milligan

"Black Boy" by Richard Wright

"The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald

"The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With the Sea" by Yukio Mishima

"Darkness at Noon" by Arthur Koestler

"The Waste Land" by T.S. Elliot

"McTeague" by Frank Norris

"Money" by Martin Amis

"The Outsider" by Colin Wilson

"Strange People" by Frank Edwards

"English Journey" by J.B. Priestley

"A Confederacy of Dunces" by John Kennedy Toole

"The Day of the Locust" by Nathanael West

"1984" by George Orwell

"The Life and Times of Little Richard" by Charles White

"Awopbopaloobop Alopbamboom: The Golden Age of Rock" by Nik Cohn

"Mystery Train" by Greil Marcus

"Beano" (comic, ’50s)

"Raw" (comic, ’80s)

"White Noise" by Don DeLillo

"Sweet Soul Music: Rhythm and Blues and the Southern Dream of Freedom" by Peter Guralnick

"Silence: Lectures and Writing" by John Cage

"Writers at Work: The Paris Review Interviews" edited by Malcolm Cowley

"The Sound of the City: The Rise of Rock and Roll" by Charlie Gillete

"Octobriana And The Russian Underground" by Peter Sadecky

"The Street" by Ann Petry

"Wonder Boys" by Michael Chabon

"Last Exit To Brooklyn" By Hubert Selby Jr.

"A People’s History of the United States" by Howard Zinn

"The Age of American Unreason" by Susan Jacoby

"Metropolitan Life" by Fran Lebowitz

"The Coast of Utopia" by Tom Stoppard

"The Bridge" by Hart Crane

"All the Emperor’s Horses" by David Kidd

"Fingersmith" by Sarah Waters

"Earthly Powers" by Anthony Burgess

"The 42nd Parallel" by John Dos Passos

"Tales of Beatnik Glory" by Ed Saunders

"The Bird Artist" by Howard Norman

"Nowhere To Run: The Story Of Soul Music" by Gerri Hirshey

"Before The Deluge" by Otto Friedrich

"Sexual Personae: Art And Decadence From Nefertiti To Emily Dickinson" by Camille Paglia

"The American Way Of Death" by Jessica Mitford

"In Cold Blood" by Truman Capote

"Lady Chatterly’s Lover" by D.H. Lawrence

"Teenage" by Jon Savage

"Vile Bodies" by Evelyn Waugh

"The Hidden Persuaders" by Vance Packard

"The Fire Next Time" by James Baldwin

"Viz" (comic, early ’80s)

"Private Eye" (satirical magazine, ’60s – ’80s)

"Selected Poems by Frank O’Hara

"The Trial Of Henry Kissinger" by Christopher Hitchens

"Flaubert’s Parrot" by Julian Barnes

"Maldoror" by Comte de Lautréamont

"On the Road" by Jack Kerouac

"Mr. Wilson’s Cabinet of Wonders" by Lawrence Weschler

"Zanoni" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton

"Transcendental Magic, Its Doctine and Ritual" by Eliphas Lévi

"The Gnostic Gospels" by Elaine Pagels

"The Leopard" by Giusseppe Di Lampedusa

"Inferno" by Dante Alighieri

"A Grave For A Dolphin" by Alberto Denti di Pirajno

"The Insult" by Rupert Thomson

"In Between The Sheets" by Ian McEwan

"A People’s Tragedy" by Orlando Figes

"Journey Into The Whirlwind" by Eugenia Ginzburg

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''Bowie drank pomegranate juice which was the new thing in 2005''

 

Ma daj :haha:

 

Nadam se samo da nije pio neke lekove uz njega.

 

 

Nego, vidi ovaj trenutak:

 

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David Bowie uručuje diplomu Vladi Samardžiću, sunce li mu njegovo. :)

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Lazarus mi je ispala previše ravna, nije mi dovoljno melodična a nema ni neke ekstra promene koje bi me uvukle u priču.

Povlačim reč. Atmosfera je dobila na stravičnoj težini a tekst me je i više nego uveo u priču. Nadrealno.

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Meni je bila fantastična i dok je bio živ, i bila jedna od boljih na albumu. Za razliku od Blackstar, ona mi je i tad imala tu vrstu težine koju ima i sad (stihovi i reference su očiglednije nego u Blackstar).

Zasad mi je najslabija 'Tis a Pity She Was a Whore.

 

Ne mogu da opišem koliko mi je drago što sam izvrteo album ta tri dana pre nego što je umro, pa mu nisam pristupio sa tim saznanjem od početka.

 

Samo što sad ne mogu da gledam spotove pa da ih vidim u novom (crnom) svetlu.

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Inače, postoji još jedan spot, nisam siguran koja će pesma sa albuma da završi, ali verujem da će on baciti još svetla na celu situaciju.

 

A Bowieu još jednom svaka čast, uspeo je od cele ove situacije sa smrću da napravi umetničku instalaciju. Juče mu se u rodnom gradu Brixtonu skupila raja i pevala ujedinjeno Starman, mediji su 24 časa pričali o njegovoj smrti, albumu i predstavi, i sa one strane zna da dotakne ljude...

 

Fasciniran sam i činjenicom da je i na poslednjim fotografijama dobro izgledao...

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Meni je Bouvi oduvek bio umetnik ciju muziku nikad ne zgotivim an prvo slusanje.

A posle se utka u snove.

 

Sjajno mi je sto je cuvao svoju privatnost do kraja. Covek radio i stvarao, bez da su ga oplakivali pre smrti.

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Zen, da u današnje vreme kada paparaci sve doznaju, jako je čudno da nije otkrivena istina u vezi njegovog zdravlja. Nile Rodgers ga je pre nepunih godinu dana zamolio da se pojavi na nekom skupu u vezi dobrotvorne svrhe, Bowie mu je rekao da ne može, ali da će snimiti video. Verovatno će i taj snimak osvanuti negde, tj. ako dozvoli porodica.

 

Interesantne su mi i priče ljudi koji su ga upoznali, od muzičara, pa do običnih ljudi, delovao je kao dobar čovek...

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Mislim da to sto ej uspeo da drzi sve u tajnosti je i delemicno zbog topga sto poslednjih 15ak godina niej bas napravio neki spektakularni nevidjeni muzicki ili kakv god bum, onda bi ga pratili u stopu. Ovako, drzao je high profile, ali vise kao veteran muzicke industrije nego kao neko ko je zaista aktuelan.

 

A njegova zivotna/ljubavna prica sa Iman mi je bas lepa i inspirisuca.

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Meni je Bouvi oduvek bio umetnik ciju muziku nikad ne zgotivim an prvo slusanje.

A posle se utka u snove.

 

Sjajno mi je sto je cuvao svoju privatnost do kraja. Covek radio i stvarao, bez da su ga oplakivali pre smrti.

 

Jes' težak na prvo slušanje, ali taman ima dovoljno hitova na skoro svakom albumu da poslušaš opet pa da uhvatiš nešto novo.

 

A ovo drugo, pa

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A istovremeno napravio umetničko delo od sopstvene smrti i time podelio s celim svetom nešto što je najintimnije u životu svakog čoveka.

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To svakako, otišao je u svom stilu. :)

 

Mislim da to sto ej uspeo da drzi sve u tajnosti je i delemicno zbog topga sto poslednjih 15ak godina niej bas napravio neki spektakularni nevidjeni muzicki ili kakv god bum, onda bi ga pratili u stopu. Ovako, drzao je high profile, ali vise kao veteran muzicke industrije nego kao neko ko je zaista aktuelan.

 

Gde nije, prošli album je napravio neviđenu pomamu, a sa 0 promocije, samo bacili pesmu na net i krenula ludnica. Ali da, nije se pojavljivao nigde, pre nekoliko godina valjda dao poslednji intervju.

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Zen, on je poslednji put nastupio 2005 sa Arcade Fire. Posle toga ništa, nije ga bilo nigde, nestao je u ništavilu...

 

The Next Day koji su svi hvalili kao veliki povratak je bio čist otpozdrav od klasičnih albuma sa arena i pop hitovima, a Blackstar je prava završnica, poslednji klin u kovčeg.

 

Nije mi poznata (njihova ljubavna priča), mada iskopao sam jedan stariji intervju iz Station To Station i Low faze kada je bio pod Thin White Duke personom (pregršt ironije, verujem) i mnoštvom narkotika, rekao je neke poprilično gadne stvari u vezi nacizma, pa su posle ovi brže bolje napravili Rock Against Racism. Kasnije se izvinuo zbog toga, a i realno takav čovek zasigurno ne bi oženio crnkinju i zagovarao tokom svoje karijere prava crnih umetnika da se više pojavljuju na televiziji.

 

Kupilo me i to što sam saznao da ima vrstan smisao za humor:

 

http://youtu.be/cYeIqneQKA0

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