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Yassassin (Turkish For: Long Live) - David Bowie - Lodger (CD, Album)

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  1. Design: Derek Bosshier, David Bowie Photography: Brian Duffy Released: May Label: RCA Producers: David Bowie, Tony Visconti 1. Fantastic Voyage ( Remastered Version) 2. African Night Flight ( Remastered Version) 3. Move On ( Remastered Version) 4. Yassassin (Turkish for: Long Live) [ Remastered Version] 5. Red Sails ( Remastered Version) 6.
  2. Sep 13,  · This is the second instalment of our album focus on David Bowie’s Lodger. YASSASSIN (TURKISH FOR: LONG LIVE) 5. RED SAILS. SIDE 2 1. D.J. 2. LOOK BACK IN ANGER 3. BOYS KEEP SWINGING 4. REPETITION 5. RED MONEY. Bonus tracks on RykoDisc reissue: I Pray, Olé (Previously unreleased track recorded ).
  3. Tonight is the sixteenth studio album by English singer-songwriter David Bowie, released on 24 September by EMI America mettbicicherfickcimaliscanerniho.coinfo follow-up to his most commercially successful album Let's Dance (), it was written and recorded in mid at Le Studio in Morin-Heights, Quebec, Canada following the conclusion of the Serious Moonlight mettbicicherfickcimaliscanerniho.coinfo of the album's sound is the same as its.
  4. Lodger, an Album by David Bowie. Released in on EMI (catalog no. CDP 79 2; CD). Genres: Art Rock.
  5. lyrics of Repetition by David Bowie in Lodger album - Johnny is a man And he's bigger than you But his overheads are high And he looks straight through when you ask him how the kids areHe'll get home around seven 'Cause the chevy's real old And he could have had a cadillac If the scho.
  6. Lodger Q1. Fantastic Voyage Q2. African Night Flight Q3. Move On Q4. Yassassin (Turkish For: Long Live) Q5. Red Sails R1. D.J. R2. Look Back In Anger R3. Boys Keep Swinging R4. Repetition R5. Red Money Lodger ( Tony Visconti Mix) S1. Fantastic Voyage S2. African Night Flight S3. Move On S4. Yassassin (Turkish For: Long Live) S5. Red Sails.
  7. Sep 10,  · Yassassin is a song written and performed by David Bowie. It is from the album Lodger in
  8. Bowie talked about this song in an interview with the BBC One: Here’s a song that I started to write in Berlin and ended up in New York. It’s got a sort of Turkish quality to it, it’s one of my.

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