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Yo La Tengo

Ornette Coleman

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Ornette Coleman

 

Neutral Milk Hotel

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Neutral Milk Hotel

Lonnie Johnson

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Lonnie Johnson

 

(The) National

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(The) National

Led Zeplin 

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Led Zeplin 

Nile Rodgers

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Nile Rodgers

...the man behind the curtain of big time grammy winners...

 

Simple Minds

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...the man behind the curtain of big time grammy winners...

 

Simple Minds

I'm a big Chic fan and really have admired the work of Nile and Bernard producing/collaborating for/with others over the years.... have not yet heard Random Access Memories. Will definitely preview it for potential purchase tonight.

 

 

S.O.S. Band

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...the man behind the curtain of big time grammy winners...

 

Simple Minds

I'm a big Chic fan and really have admired the work of Nile and Bernard producing/collaborating for/with others over the years.... have not yet heard Random Access Memories. Will definitely preview it for potential purchase tonight.

 

 

S.O.S. Band

many disagree, but I love the David Bowie/Nile Rodgers collaborations..."Random Access Memories" is a little too "poppy/electronic" for my tastes, but "Get Lucky" is a catchy tune. Rogers is a great producer and he has that funky guitar down...

 

devo

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many disagree, but I love the David Bowie/Nile Rodgers collaborations..."Random Access Memories" is a little too "poppy/electronic" for my tastes, but "Get Lucky" is a catchy tune. Rogers is a great producer and he has that funky guitar down...

 

devo

 

I too, enjoyed the David/Nile collabo. I think many wanted to hear the "David" prior, not the one of growth and adventure... of course that album was to sound different! :rolleyes:

 

 

Oumou Sangare

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many disagree, but I love the David Bowie/Nile Rodgers collaborations..."Random Access Memories" is a little too "poppy/electronic" for my tastes, but "Get Lucky" is a catchy tune. Rogers is a great producer and he has that funky guitar down...

I too, enjoyed the David/Nile collabo. I think many wanted to hear the "David" prior, not the one of growth and adventure... of course that album was to sound different! :rolleyes:

Oumou Sangare

...how can you be a David Bowie fan if you can't accept the ch-ch-ch-changes that he based his artistic persona and his musical career on? :rolleyes:

 

Everlast

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...how can you be a David Bowie fan if you can't accept the ch-ch-ch-changes that he based his artistic persona and his musical career on? :rolleyes:

 

Everlast

tears for fear

 

(I think he went down hill after laughing gnome..)

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tears for fear

(I think he went down hill after laughing gnome..)

Radar Bros.

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Radar Bros.

I wasn't even a fan of David Bowie and Nile opened up an opportunity for me to get exposed...

 

Stanley Clarke

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Radar Bros.

I wasn't even a fan of David Bowie and Nile opened up an opportunity for me to get exposed...

Stanley Clarke

I was a David Bowie fan when I first heard "Panic In Detroit" from "Aladdin Sane." "Diamond Dogs" came out right after that and I loved it. I went backwards in his discography from there. It was obvious to me by "Station To Station" that being a chameleon was Bowie's M.O. I just accepted each change and enjoyed the music that went with it. I really think that this formula is almost necessary (except for maybe the Rolling Stones...) for long term success in popular music. I have seen Bowie live in concert maybe seven times. "Let's Dance" is one of my favorite songs of all time. Bowie has always made each new persona worth paying attention to...

 

Electrelane


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