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To Be Love: David Bowie's Final Track

Laurie Nadel | Posted 03.23.2017 | Entertainment
Laurie Nadel

In the fall of 1970, a young musician from London arrived in Los Angeles to work on demo tapes for what he and his manager hoped would be a recording contract with a major label. It was David Bowie's first trip to the United States.

David Bowie: Odd Soundtracker of Our Lives Bids Farewell

Yavuz Baydar | Posted 01.12.2017 | Entertainment
Yavuz Baydar

Was he a revolutionary? In many ways, he was different from his immensely influential contemporaries, such as John Lennon and Roger Waters, both of whom he admired but did not follow as explicitly when they identified themselves with political rebellion.

The Making of the Legendary "Hunky Dory" Album and I Pierce My Ears for David Bowie in 1972

Binky Philips | Posted 11.05.2014 | Entertainment
Binky Philips

Believe me, I loved David Bowie. Crazy love. Second only to The Who for at least a year or so. Actually, pretty much from Space Oddity through Aladdin Sane. For some reason, he lost me with Diamond Dogs.

Expression Origins: Why Do We Say "Get One's Goat," "Armed To The Teeth" And More? (PHOTOS)

Harry Oliver | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Harry Oliver

He used the phrase "get my goat" and we came to wonder what on earth goats have to do with anger. We looked into the origins of the phrase and there was a great story there (see slides).