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The Jean Genie - David Bowie - Aladdin Sane (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Sep 11,  · Preceded by The Jean Genie and Drive-In Saturday singles (both narrowly missing the top spot: #2 and #3 respectively), Aladdin Sane was released in April The clamour for anything bearing David Bowie’s name at this point, ensured that the album entered the UK album chart at #1 on the strength of pre-orders alone.
  2. On the Santa Monica '72 live album, Bowie says that this is about a "a New York lady and a guy who lives in New York and he's called The Jean Genie" (referring to the rebellious French writer Jean Genet). David Bowie added in his book Moonage Daydream: "Starting out as a lightweight riff thing I had written one evening in NY for Cyrinda's enjoyment, I developed the lyric to the otherwise.
  3. Bowie abandons his futuristic obsessions to concentrate on the detached cool of New York and London hipsters, as on the compressed rockers "Watch That Man," "Cracked Actor," and "The Jean Genie." Bowie follows the hard stuff with the jazzy, dissonant sprawls of "Lady Grinning Soul," "Aladdin Sane," and "Time," all of which manage to be both.
  4. RakkSmells 88 Aladdin Sane takes what was great from the last few David Bowie records, adds some new jazz elements, goes all-out rock, and delivers an album of bangers. The lyrical content isn't AS engaging as the past few albums but the sound rocks out.
  5. ‘The Jean Genie’ ‘Lady Grinning Soul’ The follow-up to the hugely successful Ziggy Stardust album, Aladdin Sane found David Bowie experimenting with a range of new musical styles, and reflected his experiences while touring in America and Europe.
  6. David Bowie’s inspiration for Aladdin Sane (aka A Lad Insane) came during the American leg of the tour in support of The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars. In fact, Bowie has often referred to the LP as “Ziggy Goes to America”, due to the fact that the majority of the tracks were penned based on events.
  7. Jul 30,  · Half the album works as a continuation of the hard-stomp glam that Bowie perfected on previous albums; “Watch That Man” and “The Jean Genie” in particular fit this bill. But then you have a more experimental side of Bowie which appears on the title track and pops up again throughout the album.
  8. A lighter affair than Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane is actually a stranger album than its predecessor, buoyed by bizarre lounge-jazz flourishes from pianist Mick Garson and a handful of winding, vaguely experimental songs. Bowie abandons his futuristic obsessions to concentrate on the detached cool of New York and London hipsters, as on the compressed rockers "Watch That Man," "Cracked Actor," 9/
  9. Jul 27,  · Here's the first song from Bowie's sixth album "Aladdin Sane", released in Described by Bowie as simply "Ziggy goes to America", it constitutes a turning point in his career for it .

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