David Bowie, how he invented the future

The last time I’ve seen David Bowie, per molti versi la rockstar per eccellenza della mia mia, died in 2016, I was trading with another pop artist. We were his a ticket to New York, in the quartiere di Williamsburg. That will be the late spring of 2006, giornalisti, musicisti e altri personaggi if they were not riuniti per attendere a brief live set dei TV on the Radio tratto dal loro secondo album, l’eclettico e accattivante Return to Cookie Mountain. Mi ero innamorato of the singer of the group, Tunde Adebimpe, an occhialuto type, with the inconfondibile voice and ei modi dolci. A volte Adebimpe sows a sergente istruttore strafatto, altre un ragazzino che si affaccia all’adolescenza. Come Bowie, he is what I define a chameleon singer, capable of changing voice based on the protagonist of the song. That would be the group if it was in a great performance and when it was guarded by Adebimpe, it was supported by his Bowie. In piedi in mezzo there she fucks, with a beer in hand, the fifty-year-old star moves agile and elegant to the rhythm of the music. He was a husband and father for the second time, but he was not aveva affievolito il his manifesto enthusiasm per il new, soprattutto se destabilizzante e genuine, como i TV on the Radio.

When he saw the first EP of the band, Bowie chiamò one of the singers, Dave Sitek, saying he was a fan of his, and when Sitek decided to invite him to participate in the group’s second album, Bowie agreed. I suoi interventi de el nella canzone Provincecontent in Return to Cookie Mountain, risuonano rotondi, esausti e vivi, tra le se se migliori che l’artista ci ha regalato nella finale parte della sua carriera. Functional bene all’interno of the group’s nervous trance style, ma trasmettono also the profondità dell’esperienza de Bowie come vocalist e la sua volontà – il suo desiderio – di collaborare con musicisti meno conosciuti. Gli artists of success are often concerned with maintaining and increasing their own fame by sharing it. Ma, like Prince and Linda Ronstadt, artists who have used the huge fascinated parrot to promote themselves with less visibility – by themselves donne either non bianchi –, also Bowie has often been close to the artist, for one reason or another, it was outsider eats lui, ma non avevano il intuito e genius in leggere le situation, seize the public’s umore and dare to capitalize on it. And when I tried to criticize an industry that didn’t give all the artists this opportunity, I didn’t want to do more research. In 1983, he denounced mtv rea di non trasmettere artisti neriin a time when it almost didn’t matter to her diversity.

David Bowie on the set of the video di Jump They Sayto Los Angeles, in 1993.

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Bowie cared. Ma il suo de el amore de el per gli spiriti ribellii suoi collaborative impulseil suo paternal distinct – il tutto avvolto nella sua Bizarre Personal Esibita – Turned out a little undertone in the new documentary by Brett Morgen, Moonage Daydreamthat invece saturates the schermo with a’visual explosion. Morgen has fiuto per tante cose, ma la moderazione e la delicatezza non sono tra queste. I love his 2002 documentary by film producer Robert Evans, The Kid Stays in the Picture, not only for the short and intelligent use of effetti visivi e filmati d’archivio, but also for his capacity to understand – aiutato senza dubbio dall’autobiografía di Evans del 1994 – che la Hollywood evocation, quella che non aveva ancora conosciuti i grandiosi successi commerciali, if you move in a cornice di glamour, squallore e bugie. Ma in Moonage Daydream questa readtura si annacqua, si smarrisce. Com’è possible to make a documentary its a star that has dominated the world of Rock And Roll per oltre due decenni (equivalent to or less than a dry man in the normal world) and not accennare ai camerini sporchioh dissapori con le case discografichealle lamentele degli altri componenti della band o alla constant solitudeovvero, I will cancel the realtà with whom Bowie has done fare i with you? Morgen prefers to offer invece a sorta di ritratto intellettuale sanctificato: Bowie as Mosè, con i suoi commandamenti de el sull’arte. Le dichiarazioni di Bowie his Nietzsche e sul buddhism, do not mitigate dal suo fascino sornione, risultano non solo pretenziose ma anche opprimenti. As for Evans, Bowie was a uomo di spettacolo consummatema, tranne che in alcuni vecchi filmati d’archivio, Morgen non ce lo mostra quasi mai in azione.

David Bowie at Giant Stadium at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on August 3, 1987.

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