Sunday, January 17, 2016

Eclectic tastes



I feel I'd be remiss if I didn't acknowledge the death of David Bowie.
He certainly was an icon in the music industry
and left a very recognizable voice and style as his legacy.
I remember him mostly from the '80's
 as I used it in my fitness classes at that time.

RIP David Bowie.

10 comments:

  1. A great legend indeed. Warm greetings to you.

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    1. Thank you Blogoratti. Best wishes to you too.

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  2. He made such great music. I had never watched this video. Strangely captivating.

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    1. First time for me as well last week. He was a real artist not just a singer.

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    1. Ron, of people this piece brings to mind the 'throngs' of fitness people doing leg lifts!!!

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  4. A unique talent, Jim. His music takes me back to those days, too.

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  5. I became more of a fan of his in the 80s too, when he was in his Thin White Duke phase. Before that, he was always too weird for me. I was much more conservative when I was young.

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    1. It's usually the other way round, eh Debra? Weird when young, then more conservative as we age.

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