For this very special Tunesday, in the wake of the loss of David Bowie, I’ll be reposting the eulogistic tributes from other WordPress writers.
Rest in peace, gentleman rocker, you were one of a kind.
The world lost Ziggy Stardust today. He never seemed to be “of this earth”, and has left us a legacy of innovation, creativity, and vision.
This is an excerpt from an older blog post.
American Express once used Simon and Garfunkle’s “America” in their ads, a beautiful, poetic song from 1968.
An even better, more intense version of this one came from the genius that is David Bowie, a native of England who was transplanted in New York.
It comes from the Concert for New York City, shortly after the tragedy of September 11, 2001.
Seated cross-legged on a dimly-lit stage, playing rhythm on a simple keyboard, the mood, the sentiment; I love just about everything on this video.
There were so many healing moments that artists provided at that time; for me, this was…
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