1) Station to Station Easily 1010, the title track is honestly my favorite, it's quirky, its long (10 min), and it feels like 2 or 3 different songs smashed into one. I love the almost 3 minute intro to the chorus, and bridge, this song is such a trip. Listen to your favorite songs from Station To Station by David Bowie Now. Stream adfree with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and David Bowie on AccuRadio. Free customizable online radio with unlimited skips. Listen now! David Bowie on AccuRadio.
Free customizable online radio with unlimited skips. The widest playlist of holiday songs you'll find anywhere. Easy Listening Christmas. Quiet, relaxing, not too jazzy but not sleepy either. Feb 09, 2017 Station To Station (2016 Remastered Version) David Bowie Station To Station 1976, 2016 JonesTintoretto Entertainment Co.LLC under exclusive license to Parlophone David Bowies grandest masterpiece, Station to Station, was released 42 years ago this week, its creation fueled by astronomic cocaine, peppers and Station to Station was released in January 1976 and reached No.
3 on Billboard ' s Top LPs& Tape, remaining on the chart for 32 weeks. It became Bowie's highestcharting album in the US, until 2013's The Next Day. Station to Station was certified gold by the RIAA on 26 February 1976.
Get David Bowie setlists view them, share them, discuss them with other David Bowie fans for free on setlist. fm! Listen to Station To Station (2016 Remastered Version) now. Listen to Station To Station (2016 Remastered Version) in full in the Spotify app. Play on Spotify Like with AloneWithStrangers, Station To Station is my favorite David Bowie album, and I was quite surprised when earlier this year I heard that it was going to be given the Deluxe treatment.
Producers: David Bowie, Harry Maslin Station to Station was another album that had the original sleeve withdrawn just before release in the US and the UK. The withdrawnbyBowie colour version even went as far as being illustrated in RCA prerelease promotional material and some copies of the printed slick even made it to record stores in the 69 rows Bowie performs at Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, 26 February 1976.
The Taking the detached plastic soul of Young Americans to an elegant, robotic extreme, Station to Station is a transitional album that creates its own distinctive style. Abandoning any pretense of being a soulman, yet keeping rhythmic elements of soul, David Bowie positions himself as a cold, clinical crooner and explores a variety of