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My New David Bowie Blog March 7, 2018

Posted by Richard Foote in David Bowie.
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Just a short note to say I’ve started a new blog that we focus on the one and only David Bowiehttps://davidbowiewordpresscom.wordpress.com/

Those of you that only vaguely know me, know I’m a huge David Bowie fan, so I thought it might be a bit of fun to write about his extraordinary body of work.

I’m starting off with a series that will look at each of his studio albums, where I’ll rank them from worst to best. It was a really tough job, picking out which superb album is better than others, but I think I’ve finally settled on my final order.

Join me in what will no doubt be a controversial journey as I initially discuss and explore his amazing 28 studio albums. I’ll publish my views on the first album, that which I consider to be his worst, very soon.

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Merry Christmas (Peace On Earth) December 23, 2009

Posted by Richard Foote in Christmas, David Bowie, Richard's Musings.
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Wow, yet another year almost behind us and what looks like being yet another busy year ahead. Can you believe that The Noughties are nearly all gone, I remember being all excited at the dawn of The Eighties !!

I must say I’m really looking forward to finally saying “Twenty Ten” rather than the more long-winded “Two Thousand and Nine” 🙂

I just want to wish everyone a very very Merry Christmas and a fantastic, fun-filled, index rebuild free, very very happy New Year in 2010.

Hopefully next year, Australia will win the Football World Cup, Crystal Palace will finally get promotion to the Premier League, England will be 4-0 down in The Ashes (again) with just one match to go, David Bowie will release a new album and the world will be just that little bit cooler and less polluted.

Here’s hoping anyways, as I’m sure are all the Polar Bears as well; certainly the Aussie, Crystal Palace supporting ones with good taste in music 😉

As is my custom, no Christmas would be complete without a bit of David Bowie and Bing Crosby to bring some good cheer. This year, a lovely fully restored version of their classic performance for your viewing pleasure:

“Our finest gifts we bring, pa rum pum pum pum” indeed 🙂