Lets Spend The Night Together - David Bowie - Aladdin Sane (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Described by Bowie as "Ziggy goes to America," Aladdin Sane saw him create a rockier, more frenetic album than its predecessor, with the Rolling Stones a possible influence on album opener "Watch That Man" and a transgressive cover of their song, "Let's Spend the Night Together." Elsewhere, Muddy Waters' influence is heard in the riff of the UK.
  2. reissue on g vinyl - Ziggy Stardust wrote the blueprint for David Bowie's hard-rocking glam, and Aladdin Sane essentially follows the pattern, for both better and worse. A lighter affair than Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane is actually a stranger album than its predecessor, buoyed by bizarre lounge-jazz flourishes from pianist Mick Garson.
  3. Tracklist with lyrics of the album ALADDIN SANE [] of David Bowie: Watch That Man - Aladdin Sane - Drive-In Saturday - Panic In Detroit - Cracked Actor Home; Songs. Let's Spend The Night Together lyrics David Bowie. / 5 (1) playlist. The Jean Genie lyrics David Bowie feat. Billy Corgan. / 5 (3) playlist. Lady.
  4. Ziggy Stardust wrote the blueprint for David Bowie's hard-rocking glam, and Aladdin Sane essentially follows the pattern, for both better and worse. He lets his paranoia slip through in the clenched rhythms of "Panic in Detroit," as well as on his oddly clueless cover of "Let's Spend the Night Together.".End date: Jul 05,
  5. Apr 28,  · ‘David Bowie, Aladdin Sane, 45th Anniversary - Limited Edition Silver Vinyl’ per the hype sticker on the top left hand corner of the shrink wrap. Originally ℗ The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Jones/Tintoretto Entertainment Co., LLC under exclusive license to /5().
  6. On 'Aladdin Sane' David Bowie continued his glam rock hot-streak by serving up another helping of down-and-dirty, unabashedly showy, fantastically written rock 'n' roll jams. 'Aladdin Sane' is also notable in Bowie's discography as it contains traces of the avant-garde, abrasive sounds that would become a staple of much of his late '70s work.
  7. Elsewhere, Bowie and the mighty Spiders From Mars (Hull’s finest), take us through swooning blue-eyed Rock n Roll (‘Drive In Saturday’), psychedelic post-Beatles pop (‘The Prettiest Star’), raucous proto-punk on the Rolling Stones cover ‘Let’s Spend The Night Together’, and the album.
  8. Design/Artwork: Brian Duffy, Celia Philo, Philip Castle Photography: Brian Duffy Released: April Label: RCA Producers: Ken Scott, David Bowie Side A 1. Watch That Man ( Remastered Version) 2. Aladdin Sane ( Remastered Version) 3. Drive-In Saturday ( Remastered Version) 4. Panic in Detroit ( Remastered Version) 5. Cracked Actor ( Remastered Version) Side B 1. Time .

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