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David Bowie - Heroes

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The Changing Faces of David Bowie Taken from issue 14 of Dazed, 1995: The chorus of "No Control”, one of the outstanding tracks on the new album Outside, co-produced by Brian Eno, echoes around the sparse, hangar-sized photographic studio. Heavy, black curtains prevent the scorching Californian sun from entering this artificially-cooled, darkened environment. Bowie's 48, his son Joe (christened Zowie) is 23. Outside is a dark, dramatic, urban, timewarp tale. It's 1999: A day in the life of art crime detective Nathan Adler. Flip to 1977: Bowie was a semi-recluse in Berlin. Flip to 1994: Bowie is experiencing the same level of artistic activity. It sounds weird, it sounds obsessive, but for Bowie, art carries with it the last possible vestiges of rebellion in popular culture. Bowie was the first rock star to openly talk about his bisexuality, embracing his glam rock image, just before the release of Hunky Dory. Later, in 1976, Bowie flirted with fascism. He changed again and gave people a band. D&C: What, a tequila idea?

Starweaver's Gems from Earth and Sky Platonic philosophy holds that mind precedes matter, and that the universe is created through emanations from the Divine Mind. Neoplatonists developed these ideas further, using the tetraktys of Pythagoras, a geometrical figure consisting of ten points arranged in the pattern of an equilateral triangle. At the top of the triangle is the monad, the pure state of unity that represents the Divine Mind. The base of the triangle consists of four points that stand for the four elements of the material world. Creation proceeds downward through two intermediate levels of emanation: a dyad of complementary principles and a triad of spiritual essences. The description given here is a personal elaboration of these ideas for use with the tarot, based on the tetraktys spread from A Renaissance Tarot by Brian Williams. The cards should be laid out, one row at a time, going from top to bottom and right to left. Tetrad: The Material World From right to left, the positions are Triad: The Spiritual Forces

MARINA AND THE DIAMONDS | PART 10: ♡ "LIES" ♡ Introduction to Music Modes Music modes are a highly sought after topic among people wanting to learn music theory. Most people don't even know exactly what a mode is. They seem intimidated by it all because it sounds like a complex system of codes that only the music theory elite can decipher. Most everybody is familiar with the concept of modes, they just don't know it. So what is a mode? A mode is like a scale in a different position. R - Ionian (Yes, it actually has a name.)2 - Dorian3 - Phrygian (pronounced fri-jee-uhn)4 - Lydian5 - Mixolydian6 - Aeolian (pronounced ee-o-lee-uhn)7 - Locrian so... So let's say you wanted to find an E Dorian mode. start on E and Voila! So what about an F# Aeolian mode? start on F# and there you have it. How to use these? This way we can relate modes back to a major scale (Ionian mode) that we are already familiar with. Ex: G Major G IonianA DorianB PhrygianC LydianD MixolydianE AeolianF# Locrian So have fun exploring these music modes and keep practicing!

Mathematics || Spoken Word by Hollie McNish Five for Friday: The Art of David Bowie Five for Friday, written by a variety of MoMA staff members, is our attempt to spotlight some of the compelling, charming, and downright curious works in the Museum’s rich collection. To call David Bowie an art enthusiast would be something of an understatement; at times it seemed that his very existence was an art project. His chameleonic public persona was deeply inspired by dance and performance art (and his subsequent influence on those areas has been equally profound); he was an avowed lover of German Expressionist painting and film, and was a painter himself throughout his life; one of his best songs is called “Andy Warhol“; he had quite the art collection himself. Unsurprisingly, Bowie also sought out the brightest talents in design and photography to help create his album covers and keep the David Bowie publicity machine chugging along, and we are proud to have several examples in the MoMA design collection. 1. 3. 1972 Ziggy Stardust promotions. 4.

Books Welcome to the Books Section of the Rudolf Steiner Archive! Books and essays by Rudolf Steiner were written with the intention of having them published, while the lectures and some other writings were not originally intended for printed form. Here we present these books written by Rudolf Steiner. They are specifically designated as books (GA/Bn 1–28) in the Catalogue of Holdings. Our selections of Steiner's Lectures and/or Articles/Essays can be referenced from here, or from the Main Steiner Archive Menu. The Table below lists the GA number, book title, the Bn number, the year written, a flag denoting the language, the number of on-line versions of the book, and whether an abstract of the book is on-line. in the first column tells if e.Book downloads are available.

Demi Lovato - Made in the USA {Björk} Musical snobbery David Bowie Performs a Live Acoustic Version of “Heroes,” with a Bottle Cap Strapped to His Shoe, Keeping the Beat Months ago, I stumbled upon this pretty wonderful video of David Bowie playing an “acoustic” version of “Heroes,” one of my favorite songs, and I thought I’d quickly share it today. Why wait? Appearing at Neil Young’s annual Bridge School Benefit concert in October 1996, Bowie gives us a stripped-down version of the moving song he co-wrote with Brian Eno in 1977. Donations to The Bridge School, which helps physically challenged children overcome their impairments via the use of technology, can be made here. Related Content: Listen to Freddie Mercury and David Bowie on the Isolated Vocal Track for the Queen Hit ‘Under Pressure,’ 1981 50 Years of Changing David Bowie Hair Styles in One Animated GIF David Bowie’s Top 100 Books David Bowie Becomes a DJ on BBC Radio in 1979; Introduces Listeners to The Velvet Underground, Talking Heads, Blondie & More