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Tracklist

1Girl Loves Me04:51
2Lazarus06:22
3'Tis A Pity She Was A Whore04:52
4Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)
Lyrics By – David BowieMusic By – Bob Bharma, David Bowie, Maria Schneider, Paul Bateman
04:40
5★ (Blackstar)
Arranged By [String Arrangement] – David Bowie
09:57
6I Can't Give Everything Away05:47
7Dollar Days04:44

Credits

  • Artwork [Star Image]NASA
  • Backing VocalsErin Tonkon (tracks: 2)
  • BassTim Lefebvre
  • Design [Album Design By]Barnbrook
  • Drums, PercussionMark Guiliana
  • Electric Guitar [Fender Guitar]David Bowie (tracks: 3)
  • Engineer [Assistant Engineer At Human Worldwide]Erin Tonkon
  • Engineer [Assistant Engineer At Magic Shop]Kabir Hermon
  • Engineer [Assistant To Tom Elmhirst]Joe Visciano
  • Engineer [Engineer At Human Worldwide]Tony Visconti
  • Engineer [Engineer At Magic Shop]Kevin Killen
  • GuitarBen Monder
  • Mastered ByJoe LaPorta
  • Mixed ByDavid Bowie, Tony Visconti
  • Mixed By [Final Master Mix]Tom Elmhirst
  • PercussionJames Murphy (tracks: 4, 5)
  • Photography ByJimmy King
  • Photography By [Dollar Days Image]Johan Renck
  • Piano, Organ [Wurlitzer Organ], KeyboardsJason Lindner
  • ProducerDavid Bowie, Tony Visconti
  • Saxophone, Flute, WoodwindDonny McCaslin
  • StringsTony Visconti (tracks: 1)
  • Vocals, Acoustic GuitarDavid Bowie
  • Written-ByDavid Bowie
  • Artwork [Star Image]NASA
  • Backing VocalsErin Tonkon (tracks: 2)
  • BassTim Lefebvre
  • Design [Album Design By]Barnbrook
  • Drums, PercussionMark Guiliana
  • Electric Guitar [Fender Guitar]David Bowie (tracks: 3)
  • Engineer [Assistant Engineer At Human Worldwide]Erin Tonkon
  • Engineer [Assistant Engineer At Magic Shop]Kabir Hermon
  • Engineer [Assistant To Tom Elmhirst]Joe Visciano
  • Engineer [Engineer At Human Worldwide]Tony Visconti
  • Engineer [Engineer At Magic Shop]Kevin Killen
  • GuitarBen Monder
  • Mastered ByJoe LaPorta
  • Mixed ByDavid Bowie, Tony Visconti
  • Mixed By [Final Master Mix]Tom Elmhirst
  • PercussionJames Murphy (tracks: 4, 5)
  • Photography ByJimmy King
  • Photography By [Dollar Days Image]Johan Renck
  • Piano, Organ [Wurlitzer Organ], KeyboardsJason Lindner
  • ProducerDavid Bowie, Tony Visconti
  • Saxophone, Flute, WoodwindDonny McCaslin
  • StringsTony Visconti (tracks: 1)
  • Vocals, Acoustic GuitarDavid Bowie
  • Written-ByDavid Bowie

Notes

Album title and track 1 title generally referred to as "Blackstar" but printed as "★"

Released in a spot varnished tri-fold digipak. Only the front cover is not spot varnished. The booklet is also spot varnished throughout.

Paul Bateman and Bob Bharma appear as Plastic Soul.

All songs published by Nipple Music (BMI), administered by RZO Music, Inc.
Except for Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) Nipple Music (BMI) administered by RZO Music, Inc.
MSF Music (ASCAP) administered by Artistshare Music Publishing LLC, Flex Publishing / Sherlock Holmes Music Ltd.
This composition contains elements of 'Brand New Heavy' (Bateman/ Bharma). Used by Permission.

© & ℗ 2015 ISO Records under exclusive license to Columbia Records,
a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
Made in the EU.

Contains CD-Text.Album title and track 1 title generally referred to as "Blackstar" but printed as "★".

Released in a spot varnished tri-fold digipak. Only the front cover is not spot varnished. The 16-page booklet is also spot varnished throughout.

Paul Bateman and Bob Bharma appear as Plastic Soul.

All songs published by Nipple Music (BMI), administered by RZO Music, Inc.
Except for Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) Nipple Music (BMI) administered by RZO Music, Inc.
MSF Music (ASCAP) administered by Artistshare Music Publishing LLC, Flex Publishing / Sherlock Holmes Music Ltd.
This composition contains elements of 'Brand New Heavy' (Bateman/ Bharma). Used by Permission.

© & ℗ 2015 ISO Records under exclusive license to Columbia Records,
a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
Made in the EU.

Contains CD-Text.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Printed): 8 88751 73862 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 888751738621
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  • Rights Society: BIEM/GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 00162
  • Barcode (printed): 8 88751 73862 1
  • Barcode (scanned): 888751738621
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Companies

  • Record Company – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Made By – Sony Music Entertainment International Services GmbH
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ISO Records
  • Copyright (c) – ISO Records
  • Licensed To – Columbia Records
  • Published By – Nipple Music
  • Published By – RZO Music, Inc.
  • Published By – MSF Music
  • Published By – ArtistShare Music Publishing LLC.
  • Published By – Flex Publishing
  • Published By – Sherlock Holmes Music Ltd.
  • Recorded At – The Magic Shop
  • Recorded At – Human Worldwide Studios
  • Mixed At – Electric Lady Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Pressed By – Sony DADC – A0102607650-0101
  • Distributed By – Sony Music Entertainment

Album

David Bowie. Blackstar is the last album that David Bowie released. The album was largely recorded in secret between The Magic Shop and Human Worldwide Studios in New York City with Bowie's longtime co-producer Tony Visconti and New York City saxophonist Donny McCaslin with his quintet, made up of other jazz. Instability and ambiguity are the only constants on David Bowies Blackstar, the strange, daring, ultimately rewarding album he releases this week on his 69th birthday. The album, which features a quartet led by the saxophonist Donny McCaslin, was released on Mr. The top rated tracks on this album are I Can't Give Everything Away, Lazarus and Blackstar. Blackstar - David Bowie. Categories: Studio Albums. It did surprise me, says Guiliana of being asked to play on the album. David Bowie Plays Doomed, Blind Prophet in Haunting 'Blackstar' Video. David Bowie Plays Doomed, Blind Prophet in Haunting 'Blackstar' Video. The Cure - A Forest 1980 full 12 Single - Продолжительность: 9. Album 2016 8 Songs. Dollar Days. Blackstar stylised as is the twenty-fifth and final studio album by English musician David Bowie. David Bowie & Tony Visconti are the producers of the album, and it features percussion performed by James Murphy. I Can't Give Away Everything. The band is impeccable, equally adept at playing tightly wound post-rock on Sue Or in a Season of Crime as they are the skronky free-jazz runs that underpin Bowies forcefully breathy tone on 'Tis a Pity She Was a Whore. Blackstar is a music album by David Bowie released in 2016. He digs deep into experimentation, playing frontman to Donny McCaslins NYC-based jazz combo for a thrillingly live-sounding 25th album. A close listen reveals how the album is littered with references to dying - indeed, it concludes with a note of acceptance in I Can't Give Everything Away - but Bowie's remarkable achievement with Blackstar is how it's an album about mo. Blackstar stylised as is the 25th, and last, studio album by David Bowie. The closest thing it offers as an explanation of its message is the title of its finale: I Cant Give Everything Away. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2016 CD от Blackstar на is the last album that David Bowie released. I Can't Give Away Everything. He told Rolling Stone . Blackstar Tracklist. Released January 8, 2016. Unbeknownst to all but his inner circle, Bowie wrote and recorded Blackstar after receiving word that he had liver cancer, so the album was certainly shaped through the prism of this diagnosis. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. Blackstar Lyrics. Its at once emotive and cryptic, structured and spontaneous and, above all, willful, refusing to cater to the expectations of radio stations or fans. This 7-track album was released under ISO Records, and was entirely recorded in the studio known as The Magic Shop. Sue Or in a Season of Crime. The seeds of date to mid-2014, when Bowie met with longtime producer Tony Visconti and drummer Zack Alford to cut some demos at Magic Shop. It falls in line with who he is as an artist. It was released worldwide on 8 January 2016, coinciding with Bowie's 69th birthday, through his ISO label, RCA Records, Columbia Records, and Sony Music. Bowies 69th birthday. David Bowie: vocals. It was released worldwide on 8 January 2016, coinciding with Bowie's 69th birthday, through his ISO label, RCA Records, Columbia Records, and Sony Music. This album is rated in the top 1 of all albums on . But I feel like hes built a career and artistic identity on surprises. Girl Loves Me. Then, last January, Bowie called McCaslins entire group to the downtown studio Magic Shop to begin work on his 25th album, pronounced Blackstar, which is due out on January 8th, Bowies 69th birthday. Blackstar is ranked 136th in the overall chart, 11th in the 2010s, and 3rd in the year 2016. Tis a Pity She Was a Whore. The band is impeccable, equally adept at playing tightly wound post-rock on Sue Or in a Season of Crime as they are the skronky free-jazz runs that underpin Bowies forcefully breathy tone on 'Tis a Pity She Was a Whore. David Bowie died within days after the January 8, 2016 release of Blackstar, an event that immediately shaped perceptions of his 25th album. The album was largely recorded in secret between The Magic Shop and Human Worldwide Studios in New York City with Bowie's longtime co-producer Tony Visconti and New York City saxophonist Donny McCaslin with his quintet, made up of other jazz. It was officially released on January 8, 2016. Visconti stated that he and Bowie listened to a lot of Kendrick Lamar, specifically his second LP, To Pimp a Butterfly while working on the album. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2016 CD от Blackstar на 2016 8 Songs. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией

Download David Bowie - ★ (Blackstar)
Performer:
David Bowie
Title:
★ (Blackstar)
Genre:
MP3 size:
1128 mb
FLAC size:
2090 mb
WMA size:
2160 mb
Country:
UK & Europe
Released:
08 Jan 2016
Label:
ISO Records, Columbia, Sony Music
Style:
Experimental, Jazz-Rock, Art Rock
Rating:
4.1
Catalog №:
88875173862
Peras
Hello. I have the first, USA press on black vinyl, purchased the day it came out. Which one of these listings is that one?
you secret
i agree with one of the previous posts about the hard plastic sleeve , not cool ! besides that i find the title track to be pretty average once you read the lyrics "i'm a blackstar , i'm not a pornstar" and many other lines is hardly genius songwriting. i ,like everyone else was initially fooled by the incredible video that was made for it and the mixing of jazz/electro genres .the next song sounds great , particularly that snare but again the lyrics fall flat and almost spoil this song for me ,it reminds me of some of zappa's mysoginistic crap like "crew slut" but devoid of any humour. the rest of the songs i think are great with clever songwriting.3/5 overall .
Anarawield
I bought and returned 3 copies of the record before I gave up trying.Everyone of them had huge lines down 'the sides' on the vinyl itself if you know what I mean.This hard plastic 'inner bag' had left marks across the playing surface which were more than audible while playing.Or was that an added 'bonus' too ?The music itself ??Kinda like those Side Two's of some albums that were all instrumental/experimental is how I've described it.Let's Dance it is not.I wonder if there will be an 'expanded'/deluxe edition with the single edits etc on it at some point ?
Jeyn
This is epic. An amazing creation. Every track is a player and then some. For me the physical presentation is just wow and gives me that "ahhhhh" moment on unwrapping it. A beautiful design and it does feel very special - a keeper. As a lifelong Bowie fan who was gutted at his passing, this amazing album blows my mind and moves me at the same time. A unique sound, fragile at times, frantic, dark and aggressive at others, it is just completely amazing and I love it. [Vinyl 8875173871]
Rigiot
Equal parts eulogy and memorialization, Rob Sheffield's succinct On Bowie covers the icon who passed away in early 2016. Sheffield originally wrote a eulogy for Rolling Stone, and then was asked to expand it into a book by an editor. The resulting work tells the story of the life of someone who constantly changed personas, and despite his immense popularity, somehow kept his life private enough that no one knew he was battling cancer until after he died. It is here that the book hits on emotional chords, as the narrative recalls the how quickly things changed: Sheffield discusses how Bowie's final album, Blackstar, was hailed by his fans and the critics alike for the first two days after its release on January 8th, 2015, only to then be completely reevaluated two days later when we all realized it was meant to be his swan song. But far from just striking a mournful tone, On Bowie does of course pay tribute to Bowie's greatness as an artist in both music and film, though it does not shy away from his failures either. Those moments help the narrative from becoming just another story heaping nothing but praise for a glorified rock star, as do the stories from Sheffield's own life which are entwined into the timeline. Simply put, I cannot imagine a Bowie fan would want to skip this book.
EXIBUZYW
David Bowies Last album could be an episode of the fantastic TV-Series Black Mirror. How else can you explain the fact David Bowie predicted his death on the most accurate way in his music. The whole album bathes in a haunting beauty never-before heard in pop music! It’s just plain briiliant! Is it his best work No, will it allways be remembered YES IT WILL. David Bowie is a story teller and he kept doing that until his last seconds on earth.
Āłł_Ÿøūrš
Having heard Black Star prior to it’s public release, I felt that I should wait a respectable amount of time before sitting down and consciously attending to both my memories of David Bowie and his music, music that came out at a seminal period of my life. Needless to say, I’ve had an on again off again relationship with Bowie, feeling that nearly every album released by him has been a challenge, other than Ziggy Stardust, where he managed to pull one single thematic idea together, worked around it, and presented the world with an unshakable concept, and brilliant production of pure rock n’ roll at it’s very best.Yet even on Ziggy Stardust, one becomes acutely aware that the nature of the album revolves around tragedy, and as on Black Star is delivered through the narrative by an almost disembodied voice, who may or may not have been the central character, or perhaps is simply a kindred spirit who was privy to the story as it was unfolding. Bowie’s music has always seemed to be filled with rather high contrast black & white imagery, he’s always seemed to be a man who’s constantly viewing himself, and having said that, he seems to be a man who’s always lied to his fans, merely relaying a suggestive undercurrent of whom he actually is, favoring instead to become the characters in his songs, even to the point where here on Black Star, one is left wondering if he’s actually writing about his own death, and the times in which his death will occur, or if he’s even here, created the personification of a caricature who’s standing in for him at this moment in time, connecting his past with his unsure future, while sampling images of the ill fated iconic characters he’s both developed and lived through. Never does it seem that we have ever met the real man, say perhaps on Hunky Dory. We never met him as an actual DJ, nor was he really there as kisses were exchanged under a hail of bullets, he was rejecting fame in the song “Fame,” yet wrapping himself ever more deeply in the cloak of fame, becoming a famous person withdrawn from society and a normal walk to the corner store. There is an unshakable duality to Bowie, one that harkens back to his bicoloured eyes, which was not caused by heterochromia, but from a playground fight, with this duality becoming a central theme for all of his music. This duality cuts deeply into his albums, where after Ziggy Stardust his material became laced with more and deeper experimental concepts, nearly to the point that there was merely one or two pop songs that gained radio attention, as if to capture our imaginations, and once the door was open, we’re face to face with conceptualized music that most people didn’t listen to, preferring to purchase his ‘Hits’ albums. So in effect, this pop star icon was evoking more of a Robert Fripp response, or even the 1963 collaboration John Coltrane did with Johnny Hartman, where the protagonist occupies a private nocturnal world, one filled with his own fantasies of demons, devils and angels, one that he doesn’t seem to truly comprehend, leaving these sketches to his band to translate, then stepping in to tweak, stepping in to install a liner translation.Yes, it’s impossible to consider Black Star without looking back and looking within, both at the man and at ourselves [as listeners]. With that in mind, and seeming for this reviewer, to be the central and insurmountable aspect to this last release, and I must tell you that I find it to be his most disturbing, most uncomfortable, and most unlistenable of albums. Of course I can accept the fact that this is just me not wanting to confront my own mortality, yet I’ve seriously confronted my mortality more times than I care to remember, having nearly died more than once. Black Star is filled with minor chord riffs, where Bowie gives actual weight to each word, while emphasizing both the music and the lyrics with snares of disdain, as if he is attempting to ignore the scratching at his door. Others have said that it was a shrewd move to keep his own company and his silence for so long, and then burst on the scene to deliver this his most scary and tragic outing of all time … because as he was writing he was dying from his own hand, knowing this, angry that he was hungry for more life and not ready to make peace with himself and his death, leaving him to be the proverbial cracked actor.If you love this album then I am very happy for you. If you feel that Bowie is sticking pins in our eyes, then I’m with you, feeling that this is a man, who as in life, is cryptically and melodramatically doling out visions of his life and final days, rather than shedding his skin, celebrating his life, his fans and the wonder of his nature by delivering us a visionary rock n’ roll, even if it is of the unplugged sort, of this final frontier, one that far too few artists have been able to script into verse and song. But then, in all honesty, not believing in heaven or hell, and hating the annoyance of cell phones, I could have, and should have, expected exactly what I found here on Black Star, an ambiguous album filled with scary monsters and no heroes, one that doesn’t see Bowie moving forward, but rather reaching the end of the line, a passenger who will never step off of the train, an album I find too uncomfortable to even keep in my collection.Review by Jenell Kesler
tamada
Low (1977), Blackstar (2016), and 1. Outside (1995) are my favorite DB albums.
Winotterin
I really miss him. Such a great artist. Great album.
Memuro
Just realised that this is the only Bowie album that does not feature "him" as the artwork. Every other studio album has had Bowie as the album artwork. Another way he has said goodbye...
Granirad
all his studio albums featured him except blackstar. Buddha was a soundtrack album, that not only was deleted for years but also rereleased with his image. Tin Machine was a group he fronted, so not a ''Bowie'' album.
Anarus
I wasn't counting Tin Machine - but Buddha is a fair point. I had forgotten about that one.
Wishamac
Buddha of Suburbia, Tin machine two also didn't feature him on cover.
Mmsa
This is without doubt a masterpiece album in its own right, however, the whole pomposity - or better, hysteria about it, is quite annoying - especially in the vinyl sales; for an album that's not produced in limited vinyl quantites, but so far repressed several times (be it on clear or regular vinyl), it's a disgrace how expensive it is - especially, taking under consideration that people do complain about the surface noise on brand new copies, which makes it a clumsy job from the pressing plant and some of these pressing editions rather unlistenable. So before you buy, beware and make sure you don't throw away the fortune if your copy suffered the same.
Nuadabandis
This is a music masterpiece, full of groove & emotions! This album is (..& will be) one of the 20 best albums of the decade. Remember it...
GODMAX
Bought this on vinyl from Amazon. Arrived the other day and it's already been sent back due to the constant surface noise, particularly on side one where it gets worse and worse towards the end of that side. Side two's not as bad but still unacceptable. It had the hard clear plastic inner sleeve, I never took a note of any other info on it. Disappointing.
Bele
Same issue here, but when I returned it for replacement at Amazon, the replacement copy had the same matrix #'s as the original pressing, and it sounds fantastic. The dreadful surface hiss from the MPO copy I had is completely absent. Keep trying, guys...it's worth it.
Grarana
I had the exact same thing. It is also going back. I was just lookimg for some sort of confirmation. Real shame because the packaging, booklet and die cut sleeve are really nice.
Djang
On my 3rd copy of the 2nd press. MPO again and still noisy (although quieter than the first 2 I had). Still hearing some distortion on side A (most noticeably during Lazarus). All deadwax info is the same except the MPO etching. I have 1 copy with 'MPO', another with 'MPO*' and another with 'MPO**'. What's that all about?
Coirad
1 st copy had the MPO**, 2nd copy had nothing
6snake6
I have had 2 copies of the 2nd press. First one had 3 concentric pressing rings and was in soft vinyl sleeve. 2nd had 1 concentric ring and was in hard plastic sleeve. Both mine had a whoosing noise on the right channel on lazarus. The first copy also had popping at the end of the last track side 2. You could actually see the indent in the vinyl that was causing it. I should receive my 3rd next week, cross fingers.
Kefym
David Bowie was not only a rock / pop star-singer, as we all "like" to see him. He was a music artist. His choice about his musicians was not random. He was searching...& found Mr. Joey Baron (one of the best modern jazz drummers) for his OUTSIDE album. He also found NOT RANDOMLY for "Blackstar" album, Mark Guiliana & Jason Lindner or Ben Monder, super high class musicians for this recording who maybe they are unknown for some listeners. And many more "A CLASS" musicians (especially for his 90's & after 90's recordings). This message-review goes for some listeners who pay attention only to.....Bowie's vocals.
sergant
Got my 2nd press today (has both 2015, 2016 on rear cover) and the LP inside is an MPO press. I'm curious to know from those that have got both how does the inner sleeve compare? I ask because this re-press has a horrible PVC inner which not only is full of static (was difficult to get it off the record surfaces) but has already left marks on the LP surface (cloudy areas). These type of sleeves are notorious for leaving marks on LP's as certain chemicals in the plastic out-gas over time. Is the original also PVC? I would advise those with the PVC inners to chuck them away immediately, otherwise in 1-2 years they will permanently damage the LP surface.
avanger
Isn't it funny, he released Sue and Tis A Pity quite a while ago and nobody recognised the genius behind the tracks. Now that he has passed people are reviewing it as revolutionary. Try and source some reviews prior to his passing, an interesting double meaning/take on his great jazz/experimental work.There are so many ways you can read into this stuff, which makes it grand! Try and source some other work from other artists which perhaps doesn't get the limelight it deserves. I think Sue should have been massive in 2014 when it was released but nobody gave it the push it deserved. I especially like Tis A Pity, great catchy little rock one with some great background experimental work. Perfect combination.
Lilegha
¡Attention speculators and swindlers! soon you will see how your Blackstar's vinyls (by Bowie) they are accumulated on their shelves. Already it announced a Blackstar superdeluxe edition at a reasonable price of 23 dollars.Disrespectfully miserably You have used the name and memory of David Bowie... and his corrupt attitude You have just promoted piracy.
Zyniam
I've opened my clear copy and am playing it too. Anyone keeping it sealed is only looking at the monetary value of it which seems like a waste to me. Like buying a Picasso and keeping it locked in a safe. The artistic value is more important to me and records are meant to be played. It looks great on the turntable and the booklet is stunning. I've got no intention of ever selling it, so I'll keep playing it, as he intended.
Pooker
Well...''as he intended'' was ''black'' vinyl , to fit with the title and concept of the record, transparent versions in such limited quantities and going against the ''blackstar'' idea were definitely pressed with ''monetary'' intentions targeting dealers....
Ferne
Is there a jewel-cased version yet of this album yet? Perhaps from Russia?
Najinn
Yes, a pirate one from Russia with 16 pages booklet. But I don't have enough photos, cause I own the original RU Cd.
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