I don’t know why I like this so much, but I do. I adore it. And I’d buy it, right now, legitimately, but I have only $0.92 of iTunes credit lingering in my account and the song costs $1.29. Tomorrow, maybe I’ll buy one of those iTunes cards. I like it better than Sue. Sue… Continue reading I Love This. If Only I Had The iTunes Credit.
Is there a new David Bowie album or is there not… don’t mind us for asking, David, we just miss you. We miss seeing your smiling face on television, talking non-stop about a billion different ideas at once. We miss hearing your voice on new music every few years, the way it used to be,… Continue reading David, Speak For Yourself. Then They’ll Get It Right
Come on, David. I mean, really. I remember when I was very, very young and inhaled young adult novels. One was a fictional account of a rock band, its success and demise. In the novel, when the band broke up, it announced it would fulfill its remaining contractual obligations by releasing “greatest hits” albums. Bowie… Continue reading Ok but… do we really need a greatest hits album?
I wrote about Princess Diana tonight, or rather, the salacious book that’s set to come out and make Prince Charles furious. And I remembered when she died, how I found out, and who told me. And it was about the time I saw Bowie and, as I confessed earlier on this blog, got bored. He… Continue reading I’m In Nostalgia Mode, But It Will Pass
As I was writing about the apology David got from the Ottawa Citizen on another blog – one for which I receive some measure of income – I was lamenting the lack of a recent picture to put above my lengthy, blathering words. No recent snaps of David smiling, looking gruff, joyful or even neutral… Continue reading Let’s take a minute now, and think calmly about this space oddity situation.
Not me. What’s super-interesting… someone posted this on another site, in explanation, in the comments: “Craig, The copyright holder on “Space Oddity” is actually an organization called “Onward Music Ltd.”, which was a publishing arm of Fly Records, an obscure ’70s label owned by a certain David Platz. Fly Records’ first release was T-Rex’s “Ride… Continue reading Who Knew Bowie Didn’t Have The Rights To ‘Space Oddity’?
I’m too tired to write anything substantial, but oh man. I love this. His company is even called Stripey Pyjamas Productions. Remember the ‘babe with the power’ from Labyrinth? Well, Toby Froud’s grown up and is a REAL Goblin King