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9 thoughts on “ Up The Hill Backwards - David Bowie - Bang Bang (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Loving the Alien (–) is a box set by English singer-songwriter David Bowie, released on 12 October A follow-up to the compilations Five Years (–), Who Can I Be Now? (–), and A New Career in a New Town (–), the set covers the period of Bowie's career from to , his most commercially successful period, and includes eleven compact .
  2. Tygoran says:
    Originally mixed at the time by Bob Clearmountain, the double album captures Bowie on what at that time was his most successful tour. The artwork features shots taken by photographer Denis O'Regan. Also included is the Glass Spider (Live Montreal '87) album, making its debut on vinyl (which is .
  3. The fourth and final single from David Bowie's Scary Monsters album, this features Robert Fripp on lead guitar. The King Crimson axeman recalled to Mojo in "Bowie had the intelligence to let me get up and fly. On 'Up The Hill Backwards,' his words were referring to Marcel Duchamp, and I interpreted that in my playing.".
  4. Sep 15,  · Bang Bang () Disc: 7 1. Up The Hill Backwards (Live Montreal '87) [ Remastered Version] This Is Not America (The theme from 'The Falcon And The Snowman') [ Remastered Version] - David Bowie / The Pat Metheny Group 5. Loving The Alien (Re-mixed Version) [ Remastered Version] Bang Bang (Vinyl Album Edit) [ Remastered.
  5. Mar 27,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Black Label Vinyl release of Up The Hill Backwards on Discogs. Label: RCA - BOW 9,RCA - PB • Format: Vinyl 7 David Bowie - Up The Hill Backwards (, Black Label, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(57).
  6. Tozshura says:
    Recorded live at Stadio Comunale, Torino, Italy Titles and Credits are listed here as stated on album sleeve. The first pressing has each of the discs on different colours; red, yellow and blue vinyl, released in numbered copies.
  7. Shaktihn says:
    Bang Bang. Side 4. David Bowie logo etching GLASS SPIDER (LIVE MONTREAL ’87) Side 1. Up The Hill Backwards. Glass Spider. Day-In Day-Out. Bang Bang. Side 2. Absolute Beginners. Loving The Alien. China Girl. Rebel Rebel. Side 3. Fashion. Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) All The Madmen. Never Let Me Down.
  8. "Up the Hill Backwards" is a song by English singer-songwriter David Bowie, released on his album Scary Monsters. It was also issued as the fourth and final single from the album in March This was the last new David Bowie single issued by RCA Records. The lyric is often seen as a commentary on the public coverage of his divorce from Angela Bowie, one of several tracks on the B-side: "Crystal Japan".

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