Davie Bowie's first-ever studio recording found gathering dust in somebody's "bread basket"

When we think of David Bowie, we tend to think of Ziggy Stardust and lavish stage shows and scene-stealing film roles. We don’t, it’s safe to say, think of Bowie, shoddy guitar in hand, playing an empty coffee shop or recording in his garage. And that’s why a newly unearthed, 55-year-old recording of Bowie singing…

David Bowie, The Monks, and Steve Reich were buried under one of rock’s biggest years

1. The Mamas & The Papas, “California Dreamin”
2. Question Mark And The Mysterians, “96 Tears”
3. Jimmy Ruffin, “What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted”
4. The Monkees, “Last Train To Clarksville”
5. Four Tops, “Reach Out I’ll Be There”
6. Nancy Sinatra, “These Boots Are Made For Walkin’”
7. The Association, “Cherish”
8. Frank

What’s so funny?: 25 singers cracking up at their own songs

Singers laugh for various reasons, not all of them sincere. Take, for instance, the laugh that closes out Joni Mitchell’s “Big Yellow Taxi”—a giggle some people find so fake, they made their own fan edits just to cut it out. There is intentional laughter, layered in to create a wild, maniacal atmosphere (“Thriller,” “

Even David Bowie's bad movies look good in this gorgeous look back at his acting career 

Outside of his music, casual fans of cultural icon Davie Bowie likely know him from one of the following: Labyrinth’s “Magic Dance”; Fire Walk With Me’s best scene; or his brilliant cameos in both Zoolander and Extras. But Bowie’s film work is, in some circles, as lauded as his music, as the artist’s physical presence…

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