Iggy Pop & David Bowie - Liquor And Drugs mp3 album
Lust for Life is the second studio album by Iggy Pop, his second solo release and his second collaboration with David Bowie, following The Idiot earlier in the year. As well as achieving critical success, it was Pop's most commercially popular album to date, and remains his only Gold-certified release in the UK. The Lust for Life sessions took place soon after the completion of a concert tour in support of The Idiot album, the tour ending on 16 April 1977.
Iggy Pop. Produced by David Bowie. Lust for Life Lyrics. Here comes Johnny Yen again With the liquor and drugs And the flesh machine He's gonna do another striptease Hey man where'd you get that lotion? I been hurting since I bought the gimmick About something called love Yeah, something called love Well, that's like hypnotizing chickens Well I'm just a modern guy Of course I've had it in the ear before 'Cause of a lust for life 'Cause of a lust for life
Iggy Pop, left, and David Bowie, during the tour for Mr. Pop’s 1977 album The Idiot. Iggy Pop, whose solo recording career began with two albums produced by David Bowie, said in an interview this week that he had still not fully processed Mr. Bowie’s death, at 69, on Sunday. The friendship was basically that this guy salvaged me from certain professional and maybe personal annihilation - simple as that, said Mr. Pop, who is 68. A lot of people were curious about me, but only he was the one who had enough truly in common with me, and who actually really liked what I did and could get on board with it, and who also had decent enough intentions to help me out.
Despite their narcotic proclivities, David Bowie and Iggy Pop were good for each other. Iggy’s third solo album proper, New Values, was the first not to feature Bowie, with James Williamson back as producer. New Values is a wildly creative and commercially undervalued tour de force of songwriting that suffers only slightly from Williamson’s dry and unostentatious production. That doesn’t impede I’m Bored, a song that actually thrives on its threadbare garage simplicity. Pop bellyaches with a deep boom about the ennui he feels, while gently lampooning the captains of industry driving the economy – I’m bored, I’m the chairman of the bored. Нравится слушателям: David Bowie, The Doors, The Who. Слушать. The Original 1976 Album. Iggy Pop & The Stooges. 1976 Remastered 1976 album.
Co-written by Iggy Pop and David Bowie, Bowie providing the music (written on a ukulele), and Pop the lyrics, the song is known for its opening drumbeat (played by Hunt Sales). The Smithereens covered the song, releasing on their 1995 album "Attack of the Smithereens". The Smiths' Johnny Marr and Oasis' Noel Gallagher performed the song together live at the Brixton Academy in 2014 on Marr's Playland tour. Misia Ff covered the song (with feminine forms) on her eponymic album in 2013.
On The Idiot, Iggy Pop looked deep inside himself, trying to figure out how his life and his art had gone wrong in the past. But on Lust for Life, released less than a year later, Iggy decided it was time to kick up his heels, as he traded in the midtempo introspection of his first album and began rocking hard again. David Bowie played piano and produced, as he had on The Idiot, but his presence is less clearly felt on this album.
Iggy and Bowie appear on ‘Dinah!’ (April 15, 1977). Iggy Pop is considered to be the originator of what is called punk rock today," daytime television doyenne Dinah Shore informed her middle American viewers in a surprisingly knowledgeable tone. Captured on the live album Metallic . the Stooges' final show was the culmination of all that had come before: Never had Iggy taunted a crowd so viciously, never had a crowd responded so violently. As critic Lester Bangs famously summed it up, "Nobody gets killed, but Metallic . is the only rock album I know where you can actually hear hurled beer bottles breaking against guitar strings" Contrary to legend, however, no Scorpions seem to have appeared at the final concert. After Tony Defries, David Bowie's manager, took Iggy on as a client, he got the singer out of the Stooges' contract with Elektra.
Catch Iggy on tour in support of his 1977 album "Lust for Life" with a band featuring Bowie on keyboards. That’s when his friend David Bowie (no stranger to debilitating drug problems himself) stepped in. The two relocated to Berlin, and with Bowie behind the boards, Pop released two seminal solo albums in 1977, The Idiot and Lust for Life. The pair turned out to be a crackling songwriting team, penning tracks like China Girl and Sister Midnight. Pop signed a new record deal and Bowie joined him on tour. For any Iggy Pop or early punk fan, this a definite must-hear. Listen to Pop perform Stooges hits Raw Power and I Wanna Be Your Dog, plus The Idiot track Funtime at his performance in Cleveland on this date in 1977.
|A5||Search & Destroy||3:47|
|B1||I Wanna Be Your Dog||4:30|
|B3||Space Oddity (Demo)||1:17|
|B4||Let Me Sleep Beside You||2:34|
|B5||Unwashed & Somewhat Slightly Dazed||2:55|
|B7||All The Madmen (Demo)||0:37|
NotesBBC 20.10.69 (B4 to B6) & Chicago, Midnight Mantra Studios 28.03.77.
The Iggy songs are with Bowie on keyboard and back-up vocals. SPACE ODDITY is just a small bit of the LP version, slowed down to give the impression of being something else. ALL THE MADMEN is just the intro and a few lines.
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