#1601: Watch That Man

We’ve been watching him for years. As he laid performance after performance out for all to see, his songs accompanying all manner of moments across our lives. When David Bowie passed on last week I was shocked, but as the week wore on I was also taken aback by the immense outpouring of grief and love directed towards the man himself and his work. Two hours isn’t adequate, but it’s all I had so here goes…

Special thanks to my pal and BBOX cohort Tom Ragu for coming by and contributing a special mix for today’s show!

If you’re outside of the US you can listen to this episode here:

…or you can listen anywhere on Spreaker…playlist below…

Let’s Spend The Night Together (“Pinups” 1973)

Hang On To Yourself (“The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars” 1972)
Knock On Wood (“David Live” 1974)
Andy Warhol (acoustic, BBC)
London Boys (single 1966)
Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed (BBC)
(break: V-2 Schneider (“Heroes” 1977))
Five Years (BBC)
God Knows I’m Good (“David Bowie” 1969)
Port of Amsterdam (BBC)
Watch That Man (“David Live” 1974)
Almost Grown (BBC)
Cactus (“Heathen” 2002)
Queen Bitch (BBC)
The Laughing Gnome (BBC)
I’m Afraid of Americans (“Earthling” 1997)
Slow Burn (“Heathen” 2002)
(break: Sense Of Doubt (“Heroes” 1977))
Heroes (“Heroes” 1977)
Tom Ragu dance mix:
Rebel Rebel
Space Oddity
Under Pressure
Let’s Dance
China Girl
Changes (“Hunky Dory” 1971)
The Heart’s Filthy Lesson (“Outside” 1995)
I’m Waiting For The Man (BBC)
Here Comes The Night (“Pinups” 1973)
Moonage Daydream (BBC)
It Ain’t Easy (“The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars” 1972)
Memory Of A Free Festival (“David Bowie” 1969)

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