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8 thoughts on “ Somebody Up There Likes Me - David Bowie - Young Americans (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. 3. Love Me Do / The Jean Genie 4. Young Americans. CD 2 LP Side 3 1. Can You Hear Me? 2. It's Gonna Be Me 3. Somebody Up There Likes Me 4. Suffragette City. LP Side 4 1. Rock 'N' Roll Suicide 2. Panic In Detroit 3. Knock On Wood * 4. Foot Stomping / I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate / Foot Stomping * 5.
  2. 2 days ago · Producer, Mixed By – Harry Maslin, Tony Visconti Written-By – David Bowie: CD Somebody Up There Likes Me Producer, Mixed By – Harry Maslin, Tony Visconti Written-By – David Bowie: CD Across The Universe Guitar – John Lennon Producer, Mixed By – David Bowie, Harry Maslin Written-By – Lennon / McCartney* CD
  3. May 07,  · From The Gouster album released in the Who Can I Be Now Boxset in But Recorded in between Aladdin Sane and Young Americans in during a break from touring in Philadelphia Bowie's
  4. Somebody up there please go (Somebody) And who are the people that given time, please go (Somebody somebody) Tell me, can they hold you under their spell Or can they walk and hold you as well as a Smile like Valentino could he sell you anything? (Somebody somebody) Keep your eyes on your soul Keep your hand on your heart (Don't hurry me, baby.
  5. Somebody plays my song in tune Makes me, makes me, makes me stronger for you, babe Was a way when we were young, that Any man was judged by what he'd done But now you pick them on the screen (what they look like) Where they've been [CHORUS 2] He's got his eye on your soul, his hand on your heart He says "Don't hurry, baby Somebody up there.
  6. About “Somebody Up There Likes Me” 1 contributor An obscure song from Young Americans, with great lyrics and fantastic sax by David Sanborn. Recorded in .
  7. "Fame" is a song recorded by English singer-songwriter David Bowie. It was released on his album Young Americans and was later issued as the album's second single by RCA Records in July Written by Bowie, Carlos Alomar and former Beatle John Lennon, it was recorded at Electric Lady Studios in New York City in January It is a funk rock song that represents Bowie's (and .
  8. Jan 11,  · It’s hard to think of an artist who has used the media as part of their art more than David Bowie did. To me the classic example is ’s The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars: As an obscure singer/songwriter, Bowie wrote and recorded an album about an obscure singer/songwriter who rises to superstardom, succumbs to decadence and retires to obscurity—and .

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