We would like to bring you a small token of David Bowie joy on Christmas. So sit back, rejoice, and squee.Posted in News | 1 Comment »
The biography of Scott Walker, 30 Century Man, is now playing in New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. After release last year in the U.K. it has finally reached Stateside! The documentary features David Bowie and Brian Eno, among other musicians. See the official website for dates and venues.Posted in Circle Of Friends, News | Comments Off on 30 Century Man Now Playing
This week Criterion finally released it’s first set of blu-ray discs, which included The Man Who Fell To Earth. The L.A. Times has given it a good review, commenting that the special features including a commentary, interviews, and documentary make it worth the money. And assuming that it is the uncensored version, it would also feature full frontal nudity from David Bowie in hi-def. (How’s that for some remarks you won’t read on BowieNet?) Anyway, since the Webmaster and I don’t own a blu-ray player and probably won’t for some time, anyone who owns this new version is free to share their thoughts in the comments section.Posted in More To Own | 1 Comment »
Other than a bunch of name-drops due to the seasonally-appropriate Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy discussions, there has been no David Bowie news worth posting about. Seriously. None. Sure, there was a cover of “Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy” and a pointless list published by Pitchfork, but those aren’t really worth a post. So, instead of Bowie news today I bring you a giggle…or a groan (depending on the guilty pleasure or fiery hatred you feel for LOLcats).
That’s the best I have for you today. If David Bowie doesn’t do something interesting soon, I might have to dredge up other random bits to post about. Or come up with a rant or rave or something…..Posted in Opinions | 4 Comments »