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A Sad Surprise
January 11, 2016  | By Jonathan Storm  | 1 comment
 
The world lost a big one Sunday with the death of David Bowie, a gifted and chameleonic performer who succeeded in so many realms and left a lasting impression on popular culture, while generally operating out in front of it. Here he is performing “Young Americans," with a seven-piece band (with sax played by David Sanborn) and six back-up singers (including Luther Vandross), 41 years ago on The Dick Cavett Show in one of his more down-to-earth incarnations: White high heels, brown zoot suit complete with dangly watch chain, hair dyed to a shade that would make Donald Trump cry and so perfect it would make a London werewolf green with envy. -- Jonathan Storm
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Zeke Black
He will always be my Ziggy Stardust... shining a path through adolescent conformity.
RIP... Thin White Duke.
Jan 12, 2016   |  Reply
 
 
 
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