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  1. In , David Bowie was edging closer to his impending take-off from which he would never touch down. With three previous flops and no record deal, Bowie was approaching the album that would fulfil his artistic vision. Released 17 December, , Hunky Dory was the album that secured his legend.
  2. Andy Warhol David Bowie; Like to take a cement fix Be a standing cinema Dress my friends up just for show See them as they really are Put a peephole in my brain Two New Pence to have a go I'd like to be a gallery Put you all inside my show Andy Warhol looks a scream Hang him on my wall Andy Warhol, Silver Screen Can't tell them apart at all Andy walking, Andy tired Andy take a little snooze.
  3. Hunky Dory is the fourth album by David Bowie. Tracklist Changes, Oh! You Pretty Things, Eight Line Poem, Life on Mars?, Kooks, Quicksand, Fill Your Heart, Andy Warhol, Song for Bob Dylan, Queen Bitch, The Bewlay Brothers.
  4. Features Song Lyrics for David Bowie's Hunky Dory album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews. Top Lyrics of Top Lyrics of Top Lyrics of More» Artists. Popular Artists. Artists A-Z. Popular Albums. Upcoming Albums. Adele. Rihanna. Katy Perry. Lady Gaga. Lil Wayne. Hunky Dory Album Lyrics; 1. Andy.
  5. Legendary singer-songwriter David Bowie became fascinated by pop art icon Andy Warhol after he attended the screening of Andy Warhol’s play, Pork in London in Even though he didn’t meet Andy at the time, he was so inspired by the artist’s creative spirit that he released the song “Andy Warhol” as a single for his fourth studio album, Hunky Dory.
  6. Hunky Dory, an Album by David Bowie. Released in on RCA Victor (catalog no. LSP; Vinyl LP). Genres: Glam Rock, Pop Rock, Art Rock.
  7. Hunky Dory (Remastered) David Bowie Rock · Preview Editors’ Notes Embracing a coy blend of folk, pop, and cabaret, this album puts Bowie's talents as a singer/songwriter front and center. Each track draws us in with a catchy melody, like the jaunty piano on the music-hall inspired "Kooks" and the stripped-down guitar on the rocker "Song.
  8. It committed him to recording three albums over a two-year period, at a royalty of eleven per cent. An advance of $37, would be made available for each album. While in New York he met Lou Reed, Iggy Pop and Andy Warhol. RCA’s head of A&R, Dennis Katz, also bought the masters for Bowie’s two previous albums from Mercury for $10, each.
  9. Andy Warhol Lyrics: Like to take a cement fix / Be a standing cinema / Dress my friends up just for show / See them as they really are / Put a peephole in my brain / Two New Pence to have a go / I'd.

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