“David Bowie [1967]” by David Bowie - album review

TJR says

Released on 1st June 1967 - the same day as The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Both had an R n B bypass. And “David Bowie” was certainly an adventurous release, especially for a 20-year-old, veering between the pop-ape of Tommy Steele, the goofiness of the Bonzos and the psuedo-comedic side of the English satire favoured by Ray Davies. Which, to boot, and akin to this offering, has musical roots at least a century old. Bowie would later comment “I didn’t know if I was Max Miller or Elvis Presley”. Bravely unfashionable? Or just an all-over the shop mess? Whatever, it has it’s moments…

The Jukebox Rebel
15-Aug-2010

A1 [02:07] 5.5.png David Bowie - Uncle Arthur (David Robert Jones) Pop
A2 [02:58] 3.4.png David Bowie - Sell Me A Coat (David Robert Jones) Pop
A3 [02:17] 7.0.png David Bowie - Rubber Band (David Robert Jones) Cerebral Pop
A4 [03:09] 4.8.png David Bowie - Love You Till Tuesday (David Robert Jones) Pop
A5 [03:11] 4.5.png David Bowie - There Is A Happy Land (David Robert Jones) Songwriter
A6 [02:58] 5.0.png David Bowie - We Are Hungry Men (David Robert Jones) Pop
A7 [03:22] 3.1.png David Bowie - When I Live My Dream (David Robert Jones) Crooner / Cabaret
B1 [03:24] 3.4.png David Bowie - Little Bombardier (David Robert Jones) Crooner / Cabaret
B2 [03:48] 5.8.png David Bowie - Silly Boy Blue (David Robert Jones) Crooner / Cabaret
B3 [02:07] 4.3.png David Bowie - Come And Buy My Toys (David Robert Jones) Songwriter
B4 [02:17] 6.5.png David Bowie - Join The Gang (David Robert Jones) Crooner / Cabaret
B5 [02:23] 4.8.png David Bowie - She’s Got Medals (David Robert Jones) Pop
B6 [01:43] 6.5.png David Bowie - Maid Of Bond Street (David Robert Jones) Cerebral Pop
B7 [02:35] 6.7.png David Bowie - Please Mr. Gravedigger (David Robert Jones) Avant-Garde




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