David Bowie

Real Name:
David Robert Jones
Profile:
British pop/rock singer, musician, songwriter, and actor.

Born: 8 January 1947 in Brixton, London, England, UK.
Died: 10 January 2016 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (aged 69).

Bowie is recognized as one of the most respected contemporary musicians of his period.
Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1996.
Father to Duncan ZH Jones.

For a list of all band and group involvement, please see David Robert Jones.
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CRR-99-5 David Bowie - The Continuous History Of Rock And Roll Vol. II #99 'Us Festival' album art Various Changes (Live) Various - The Continuous History Of Rock And Roll Vol. II #99 'Us Festival'(2xLP, Transcription) ABC Rock Radio Network CRR-99-5 US 1983 Sell This Version
none David Bowie - Rock USA (Week Of July 2, 1983) album art Various China Girl Various - Rock USA (Week Of July 2, 1983)(3xLP, Transcription, Box) Mutual Broadcasting System none US 1983 Sell This Version
RSG 83-63 / 83-64 David Bowie - Guest D.J. album art Ronnie James Dio / Billy Idol Ricochet Ronnie James Dio / Billy Idol - Guest D.J.(3xLP, Transcription, Rad) Rolling Stone Magazine Productions RSG 83-63 / 83-64 US 1983 Sell This Version
1000 David Bowie - Top Of The Pops-1000 album art Various Ziggy Stardust and 1 more… Various - Top Of The Pops-1000(LP, Transcription) BBC Transcription Services 1000 UK 1983 Sell This Version
none David Bowie - Rock USA (Week Of July 23, 1983) album art Various Modern Love Various - Rock USA (Week Of July 23, 1983)(3xLP, Transcription, Rad) Mutual Broadcasting System none US 1983 Sell This Version
RSG 83-81 / 83-82 David Bowie - Guest D.J. album art Colin Hay, John Elefante Space Oddity Colin Hay, John Elefante - Guest D.J.(3xLP, Transcription, Rad) Rolling Stone Magazine Productions RSG 83-81 / 83-82 US 1983 Sell This Version
RSMP 83-98 David Bowie - The Continuous History Of Rock And Roll No.98 "Concept Albums" album art Various Suffragette City Various - The Continuous History Of Rock And Roll No.98 "Concept Albums"(2xLP, Transcription) Rolling Stone Magazine Productions RSMP 83-98 US 1983 Sell This Version
none David Bowie - Rock USA (Week Of April 30, 1983) album art Various Space Oddity Various - Rock USA (Week Of April 30, 1983)(3xLP, Transcription, Rad) Mutual Broadcasting System none US 1983 Sell This Version
RSMP 83-92 David Bowie - The Continuous History Of Rock And Roll #92 'Theatrical Rock' album art Various Ziggy Stardust and 2 more… Various - The Continuous History Of Rock And Roll #92 'Theatrical Rock'(2xLP, Transcription) Rolling Stone Magazine Productions RSMP 83-92 US 1983 Sell This Version
EMS-91144 David Bowie - Dance The 12inch! Vol.2 album art Various Blue Jean Various - Dance The 12inch! Vol.2(LP, Album) EMI EMS-91144 Japan 1984 Sell This Version
none David Bowie - The King Biscuit Flower Hour - The 500th Biscuit Celebration - Part II album art Various Suffragette City and 1 more… Various - The King Biscuit Flower Hour - The 500th Biscuit Celebration - Part II(LP, Transcription + LP, S/Sided, Transcription) ABC Rock Radio Network, DIR Broadcasting none US 1984 Sell This Version
LC 54 David Bowie - Live Trax - Week Of July 23, 1984 album art Various China Girl (Live Recording, Incl. Short Intro & Outro By Showmaster Voice) Various - Live Trax - Week Of July 23, 1984(LP, Transcription) D.I.R. Broadcasting Corp. LC 54 US 1984 Sell This Version
none David Bowie - The King Biscuit Flower Hour - The 500th Biscuit Celebration - Part I album art Various Changes Various - The King Biscuit Flower Hour - The 500th Biscuit Celebration - Part I(LP, Transcription + LP, S/Sided, Transcription) ABC Rock Radio Network, DIR Broadcasting none US 1984 Sell This Version
David Bowie - Dance Mix album art Various Let's Dance Various - Dance Mix (Comp) EMI America Japan 1985 Sell This Version
David Bowie - The Falcon And The Snowman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) album art Pat Metheny Group This Is Not America Pat Metheny Group - The Falcon And The Snowman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Album) EMI America Brazil 1985 Sell This Version
DrD 85-25 David Bowie - Week Of June 17, 1985 album art Dr. Demento The Laughing Gnome Dr. Demento - Week Of June 17, 1985(2xLP, Transcription) Westwood One DrD 85-25 US 1985 Sell This Version
1073 David Bowie - Top Of The Pops - 1073 album art Various Loving The Alien Various - Top Of The Pops - 1073(LP, Transcription) BBC Transcription Services 1073 UK 1985 Sell This Version
851-8 David Bowie - Rick Dees' Weekly Top 40 (Weekend Of February 23-24, 1985) album art Various This Is Not America Various - Rick Dees' Weekly Top 40 (Weekend Of February 23-24, 1985)(4xLP) The United Stations 851-8 US 1985 Sell This Version
David Bowie - Absolute Beginners (Songs From The Original Motion Picture)  album art Various That's Motivation and 1 more… Various - Absolute Beginners (Songs From The Original Motion Picture) (Album) Virgin UK 1986 Sell This Version
David Bowie - Capitol Tops album art Various Amando A Los Extraños Various - Capitol Tops (Comp, Album) EMI, EMI Argentina 1986 Sell This Version
David Bowie - When The Wind Blows - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack album art Various When The Wind Blows Various - When The Wind Blows - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Album) Virgin Japan 1986 Sell This Version
TCVD 2514 David Bowie - Absolute Beginners - The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack album art Various That's Motivation and 2 more… Various - Absolute Beginners - The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack(Cass) Virgin TCVD 2514 Italy 1986 Sell This Version
F.F.F. 000 David Bowie - Live Aid A Short Shame Story (We're Askin' For Food…. ….You Gave Us Rock 'N' Roll) album art Various Modern Love and 4 more… Various - Live Aid A Short Shame Story (We're Askin' For Food…. ….You Gave Us Rock 'N' Roll)(11xLP, Album, Mono, Unofficial, Box + 7", Single, ) Fast Foud Foundation F.F.F. 000 Netherlands 1986 Sell This Version
David Bowie - Celebrate '88 album art Various Never Let Me Down Various - Celebrate '88 (Comp) EMI, Festival Records Australia 1987 Sell This Version
none David Bowie - Flashback Week #1 album art Various Space Oddity Various - Flashback Week #1(3xLP, Transcription) NBC Radio Entertainment none US 1987 Sell This Version

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django1965

django1965

December 26, 2017
how can things like the k-tel/all saints compilation and rare be unofficial?
jayethan

jayethan

November 17, 2017
Does anyone else agree that records,such as,Bowie/Elvis Space Oddity/Fool and the numerous others be in the Appearances section and not in Bowies own singles section ?
dgenda

dgenda

March 21, 2017
Yes it is. But its value depends on many factors - number of copies, was it reprinted with correct title, was it withdrawn... No matter what it is, you should create release for your Cassette and in format choose and mark tag MISPRINT.
Also, keep on mind under guidelines title of your misprinted cassette is added correct as on normal releases while misprinted title goes to Release Notes below credits.
gnp5164

gnp5164

March 16, 2017
Would anyone know if a mis printed Pin Ups (Printed Pins Up) cassette is collectabile?
keithzola

keithzola

June 5, 2016
Wow, cant believe how great the records on Bureau Supply are. Sound quality and packaging are amazing.
hafnarbakki

hafnarbakki

May 29, 2016
why does 'Heroes' come before Low here at discogs?
Low was made after Station To Station and before 'Heroes'
strangemodegirl

strangemodegirl

May 6, 2016
I still can't get over his passing. The only other artist that hit me this hard was Joe Strummer.
Bowie was my very first rock star crush and the first album I ever bought was Hunky Dory. I was in 4th grade, 1982. I have been in love with him and his music ever since.
He seemed immortal.
UnexistPsycho

UnexistPsycho

March 4, 2016
Is Bowie's cover of Laurie Anderson - O Superman ever released on vinyl ? (as a single not in a full album...)
ToweTown

ToweTown

February 29, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
I love that BOWIE's catalogue prices have soared. Good. About time.

I have access to wonderful record stores in LA. In particular world-famous Amoeba and best-kept-secret in town Rockaway Records, which has been around aeons longer than Amoeba.

For the last 15 years the DAVID BOWIE section in Amoeba has been three rows deep full of back catalog gems for mere dollars. I picked it clean on every visit since they opened in 2000. And it was always always full. I got used to knowing that each subsequent visit I'd see the same items still there from my previous visit.

Since his death, I can report that his section has been emptied. Each time I've stopped by, the inventory is cleaned out. Nothing has changed. Accept he is no longer with us. So, I agree with @future_market comments. Nicely put. All of a sudden hipsters wanting to jump in and be a part of the impact happening on a global level as a result of his passing are gobbling up his artifacts and pretending they were always BOWIE fans. Always there for him. Well, I doubt it.

I want to point out, I went to the REALITY TOUR stop at The Greek Theatre in LA in the early zeds. This was BOWIE on tour after quite a long hiatus from the stage in the town that attracts hanger-ons and hipsters and 'i was there' types by the truck load. I was there. But not many others. Well attended. But guess what folks, it wasn't sold out. They had draped the open seats with their foliage camo. They do this to make it less apparent that the show is under sold. BOWIE. At The Greek. Not sold out. The hipsters that are now clamoring to own a clear vinyl copy of BLACKSTAR - let 'em pay through the teeth. So many really weren't there for BOWIE in many of the later decades of his life, so if they want to play catch-up now let them finally open up their wallets.
future_market

future_market

February 8, 2016
I think that who loves this legend has already bought during years all his gems and there's no need to be scandalized by actual prices. All the Bowie lovers can surely wait price will return at normal. At most, my opinion is that different people who buy now don't like him so much, these people want to have something of a great musician and man that sadly left us last month. Why just now? They can listen to him digitally without any trouble. So who is worst nowadays? the seller or the buyer?
Last thing: i think it's insane even looking disperately for last prices not to buy but only to be scandalized.
Let's all make him rip without any further shock. Peacefully.

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