Another isolated vocal track taken from Bowie’s classic 1972 album, The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars, Starman wasn’t originally meant to be included on the album but was added late in place of a Chuck Berry cover. The rest is certainly history as the song continues to be a classic Bowie song and ended up being his biggest hit since Space Oddity in 1969. What we have below is the isolated vocal track from the song which is without a doubt one of the most exciting Bowie vocals to listen to with a wonderful melody.
It’s only fitting that my next isolated track article be dedicated to the one and only David Bowie, who sadly passed away a few days ago on the 10th January. There are an almost uncountable amount of songs in his back catalogue which are instantly recognisable to the point where it couldn’t be anyone else, and Space Oddity is a song that fits the bill perfectly. What we have below is the isolated lead vocal track from that song, and it is spectacular.
David Bowie’s twenty-fifth studio album Blackstar has been one of the most highly anticipated albums since it’s announcement in October of last year, and it’s finally arrived. The days have certainly been counted down with eagerness since news first broke of a new Bowie album and since then we’ve been gifted with two fantastic songs, Blackstar and Lazarus. But ever since the album was announced there’s been an unspoken level of excitement everywhere you go that only someone as well known and respected as David Bowie could produce. The album couldn’t be anything but fantastic, right? Keep reading.
There are certain songs you think of when talking about specific decades and Under Pressure is certainly one that springs instantly to mind when you think of the 80’s. Recorded at Mountain Studios, Montreal in July 1981, the song was penned by both Queen and Bowie during what would turn out to be Hot Space album sessions. It’s certainly a classic song in every sense of the word and as you’ll hear now, the isolated vocals are nothing short of majestic.
A second song from Bowie’s next album Blackstar has emerged and just like the title track that was released last month, it’s a cracker. Lazarus is the third song on the album and is absolutely exquisite in every sense of the word.