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Red Sails - David Bowie - Lodger (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Label: RCA International - NK • Format: Cassette Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Art Rock, Pop Rock David Bowie - Lodger (, Cassette) | Discogs Explore/5(3).
  2. This song references “Red Sails in the Sunset”, a s popular song written by Hugh Williams and Jimmy Kennedy. David Bowie most certainly would have been aware of .
  3. Written-By – Brian Eno, David Bowie: A3: Move On Written-By – David Bowie: A4: Yassassin Written-By – David Bowie: A5: Red Sails Written-By – Brian Eno, David Bowie: B1: D.J Written-By – Brian Eno, Carlos Alomar, David Bowie: B2: Look Back In Anger Written-By – Brian Eno, David Bowie: B3: Boys Keep Swinging Written-By – Brian Eno.
  4. About “Lodger” This album is the third and final part of the “Berlin Trilogy”, created while Bowie was staying in Berlin to get his cocaine habit under control. Like “Low” and.
  5. ‘Red Sails’ ‘DJ’ ‘Look Back In Anger’ ‘Boys Keep Swinging’ ‘Repetition’ ‘Red Money’ David Bowie’s 13th studio album, Lodger was the final part of the so-called ‘Berlin trilogy’ of collaborations with Brian Eno. The album was recorded in Switzerland and New York City.
  6. Lodger. Design: Derek Bosshier, David Bowie Photography: Brian Duffy Released: May Label: RCA Producers: David Bowie, Tony Visconti. 1. Fantastic Voyage (Bowie/Eno) 2. African Night Flight (Bowie/Eno) 3. Move On: 4. Yassassin: 5. Red Sails (Bowie/Eno) 6. D.J. (Bowie/Eno/Alomar) 7. Look Back in Anger (Bowie/Eno) 8. Boys Keep Swinging (Bowie.
  7. Lodger is the 13th studio album by English singer-songwriter David was originally released in May by RCA third and final release of the Berlin Trilogy, following Low and "Heroes" (both ), it was recorded in Switzerland and New York City with collaborator Brian Eno and producer Tony Bowie's previous two albums, Lodger .
  8. It's a misconception,that David Bowie moved to Berlin in circa:late and never left that city for the next three years,and wrote and recorded every note of albums;Low,Heroes and Lodger whilst residing in the western part of the more rock n roll to call it 'the Berlin trilogy' - nothing's ever what it seems people!/5().
  9. On the surface, Lodger is the most accessible of the three Berlin-era records David Bowie made with Brian Eno, simply because there are no instrumentals and there are a handful of concise pop demtioriddtanphoku.tranrataguttlecfinapetsbomjenunli.coheless, Lodger is still gnarled and twisted avant pop; what makes it different is how it incorporates such experimental tendencies into genuine songs, something that Low and .

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