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  1. Dabei Reply
    Song for Bob Dylan This song is by David Bowie and appears on the album Hunky Dory ().
  2. Fekus Reply
    Stylish to the nth degree and with Trevor Bolder joining the line-up, Hunky Dory gave us Bowie as “The Actor” who produced the album with trusted former Beatles sound man Ken Scott (a man that.
  3. Mom Reply
    But, Hunky Dory is better with a wonderfully direct production, all allusions intended, proving that DAVID BOWIE is, too, a great songwriter. "Life On Mars" originates here, plus there's "Oh You Pretty Things" and "Quicksand" and the LOU REED tribute "Queen Bitch". That last /5(1).
  4. Katilar Reply
    $10 Bob Dylan- Nashville Skyline (Original 2-Eye Columbia) VG/VG - Great starter copy of this classic. Cover has name written on front and back, the name on the front has been sharpied over. Vinyl looks VG+ but plays with some surface noise so I marked it down .
  5. Kajigal Reply
    Lyrics to 'Song for Bob Dylan' by David Bowie. Oh, hear this, Robert Zimmerman I wrote a song for you About a strange young man called Dylan With a voice .
  6. Kigashicage Reply
    Jan 16,  · David Bowie began writing the music on Hunky Dory on his first visit to America in "The whole Hunky Dory album reflected my newfound .
  7. Shaktijora Reply
    One of the semi-sketches on Hunky Dory, “Song For Bob Dylan” offers David Bowie the opportunity to engage with a towering music icon (and partial inspiration): Bob Dylan.
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    3 hours ago · It’s often one’s favorite works of art that are the most difficult to write about, and the same could be said for cover songs. David Bowie’s seventh studio album, Pin Ups, the planning for which began immediately after the unceremonious unraveling of The Spiders from Mars, is composed mostly of rock songs from the mod era of ’60s Britain.. They also happen to be songs that were close.
  9. Maujas Reply
    This is the Simply Vinyl (UK) reissue. Hunky Dory is the fourth album by English singer-songwriter David Bowie, released by RCA Records in It was Bowie's first release through RCA, which would be his label for the next decade.