David Bowie - Black Tie White Noise album flac
Genre: Electronic / Jazz / Rock
Title: Black Tie White Noise
Style: Art Rock
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Black Tie White Noise is the 18th studio album by David Bowie. Released in 1993, it was his first solo release in the 1990s and his first solo album in nearly six years, after spending time with his hard rock band Tin Machine, retiring his old hits on his Sound+Vision Tour, and marrying supermodel Iman.
Black Tie White Noise" is the title track from David Bowie's 1993 album of the same name. Featuring guest vocals by Al B. Sure!, it was released as a second single from the album in June 1993. The track was inspired by Bowie's stay in Los Angeles in April 1992, when the city saw race riots in reaction to the Rodney King incident.
Black Tie White Noise was the beginning of David Bowie's return from the wilderness of post-Let's Dance, the first indication that he was regaining his creative spark.
Black Tie White Noise brings the Thin White Duke back with one of the smartest records of a very smart career. It’s also Bowie’s blackest sound yet. In the wake of the . riots, amid the triumph of rap and African American film, turning soulward is savvy, and Bowie has always been secure enough to expand his inner vision when the world shifts. His marriage to Iman - supermodel but, even so, a Somali - may also have provided non-Western inspiration
Black Tie White Noise was released in 1993 – a tricky year for David Bowie and something of a new beginning. To make sense of it, we need to take a brief look back at the preceding five year period. His last solo album had been the critically-mauled Never Let Me Down from 1987. The at-the-time heavily-mulleted ‘London Boy’ then unwisely decided to tour the album, and to make things worse this involved dragging a massive glass spider around the world, under which he would perform.
Black Tie White Noise - Студийный альбом от David Bowie. В альбом вошло 56 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 04:18:13. Black Tie White Noise (recorded at the Hollywood Center Studios, Los Angeles, 5/8/93).
Watch David Bowie Perform 'Black Tie White Noise'. It felt like a prison riot more than anything else," Bowie told Record Collection in 1993. It felt as if innocent inmates of some vast prison were trying to break out - break free from their bonds. The title track to his next album was writing itself. I'm lookin' through African eyes," Bowie sang, "lit by the glare of an . He ultimately emerged with a tale of hope among the ruins but in the meantime "Black Tie White Noise" is utterly unflinching.