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.
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The Next Day" is a single by English rock musician David Bowie, from his 24th studio album, The Next Day. The song caused controversy before the single's release due to its perceived mocking of Christianity, which some Christians considered obscene. Both sides featured the track. The single reached 179 on the UK Singles Chart.
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.
The Next Day. Design: Barnbrook Portrait of David Bowie on "Heroes" by Sukita. Inner portrait of David Bowie by Jimmy King. Released: March 2013 Label: Sony/RCA Producers: David Bowie, Tony Visconti. The Next Day. Look into my eyes he tells her I'm gonna say goodbye he says yea Do not cry she begs of him goodbye yea All that day she thinks of his love yea. They whip him through the streets and alleys there The gormless and the baying crowd right there They can't get enough of that doomsday song They can't get enough of it all.
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
In 1969, when David Bowie was just another struggling London songwriter desperate for a break, he shot a promotional film to showcase his particularly dramatic brand of performance. Along with a handful of songs- including an early version of "Space Oddity" in which a tinfoil-helmeted Bowie is seduced by a couple of space sirens- the reel included an original mime piece called "The Mask" On several levels, David Bowie's 24th studio album is a cunning act of sleight of hand. On The Next Day, he hasn't only come to terms with his past- he's making his old material work for his new material. For Bowie, the always-savvy son of a public relations man, it's good for business and good for art. The "Heroes" -erasing cover is an admission, a boast, and a provocation ("how dare he!") all at once.
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.
This abiding love of the theatrical may not be as evident in the production of The Next Day as it is in its presentation, how Bowie sprung it upon the world early in 2013 following a decade of undeclared retirement. Reasons for Bowie's absence were many and few, perhaps related to a health scare in 2004, perhaps due to a creative dry spell, perhaps he simply didn't have songs to sing, or perhaps he had a lingering suspicion that by the time the new millennium was getting into full swing he was starting to be taken for granted.
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.
Performer: David Bowie
Title: The Next Day
Date of release: 2013
Style: Art Rock
Size MP3: 1714 mb
Size FLAC: 1616 mb
Rating: 4.7 / 5
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