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Shapes Of Things - David Bowie - Pinups (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Release date (Orginally released in ) EU reissue on g LP Remastered Version of David Bowie's Pin Ups on g Vinyl LP: Covers Set His Final Album With Guitarist Mick Ronson. David Bowie moves the spotlight away from his own material and onto s rock and R&B covers on 's Pin Ups. The acclaimed album, his last with key collaborator and guitarist Mick .
  2. Aug 21,  · Artist: David Bowie. Song: Shapes Of Things. Album: Pinups. Lyrics: Shapes of things before my eyes Just teach me to despise Will time make man more wise Here within my lonely frame My eyes just.
  3. Pin Ups is the seventh studio album by English musician David Bowie, released in October via RCA records. This limited edition LP on gram heavywei.
  4. Buy Pinups [Remastered Gram Vinyl] (LP) by David Bowie (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  5. Perhaps David Bowie’s most overlooked studio album of the s, Pinups was a collection of twelve cover versions, mostly by British groups from from the s mod scene. Pinups was Bowie’s final album featuring guitarist Mick Ronson, until ’s Black Tie White Noise. It was also his final collaboration with producer Ken Scott.
  6. Pinups (also referred to as Pin Ups and Pin-Ups) is the seventh studio album by English singer-songwriter David Bowie, released in October by RCA Records. It is a covers album, featuring covers of songs by bands such as the Pretty Things, the Who, the Yardbirds and Pink Floyd.
  7. Shapes Of Things Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere Where Have All The Good Times Gone? Bowie - Pinups collectible vinyl lp record album for sale. Buy Pinups, a used vinyl record from Bowie. Pinups LP, Pinups Album, Pinups Record, Pinups 33rpm.
  8. Dec 17,  · Category Music; Song Shapes of Things ( Remaster) Artist David Bowie; Album Shapes of Things; Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of PLG UK Catalog); Wixen Music Publishing, EMI Music.
  9. This collection of covers marked Bowie's growing boredom with his Ziggy Stardust persona. Big changes were not far off. Meant as a showcase for his early influences, the album is not considered absolutely essential, but will certainly provide some fun for his bigger fans.

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