I'm Afraid Of Americans By David Bowie and Brian Eno
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Aladdin Sane By David Bowie
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Rock and Roll Suicide By David Bowie
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Dead Man Walking By David Bowie and Reeves Gabrels
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Fame By David Bowie, John Lennon, and Carlos Alomar
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Future Legend By David Bowie
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Diamond Dogs By David Bowie
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Life On Mars By David Bowie
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released October 5, 2018
Ziggy Blackstar Album Credits:
The Band: Ten Jinn
John Paul Strauss - lead and backing vocals/keyboards.
Mark Wickliffe - drums/bass/electric guitar/backing vocals.
Ken Skoglund - electric and acoustic guitars.
Mike Matier - electric guitar.
Matt Brown - piano solo (Alladin Sane).
Joe Geiger – fretless bass (Dead Man Walking).
Helena Skoglund - backing vocals (Life on Mars/Fame/Future Legend).
J.T. Holmström – saxophone (Diamond Dogs).
Arranged by: Ten Jinn.
Produced by: John Paul Strauss, Mark Wickliffe, and Ken Skoglund.
Mix engineers: Ken Skoglund (Sound Control Sweden). John Prpich (Radd Studios, Los Angeles).
Mastering engineer: Ken Skoglund (Sound Control Sweden).
Cover Art by Nick Katona (Melodic Revolution Records). Revolution Studios, Orlando, Florida
supported by 5 fans who also own “Ziggy Blackstar (A Tribute To David Bowie)”
Anyone with an aversion to "contemporary prog" should listen to Wobbler and they'd realize that prog classics are not just confined to the 1970s. This album is just so tight on every level that if you'd have told me this was recorded in 1974, I'd have no basis for questioning it other than the lack of more prominent tape hiss. Great from start to finish! babayetu