The David Bowie Essential Playlist

The Essential David Bowie Playlist

Essential David Bowie Playlist: Space Oddity, The Man Who Sold the World, Station to Station, Ashes to Ashes, Young Americans, Moonage Daydream, As the World Falls Down and more 

David Bowie put together seven or eight runs in one. Between 1969 and 1983, the man produced more classics than anyone can count. He had one of the longest creative streaks in rock history, somehow managing to work on projects with Lou Reed, Iggy Pop and Marc Bolan along the way. The past few decades have been a bit bumpy for Ziggy Stardust, but we’re here to focus on Bowie when he was a shooting star. 

The David Bowie Essential Playlist
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So, without further ado, here are the 20 artist essentials.

  1. Space Oddity (1969)
  2. The Man Who Sold the World (1970)
  3. Life on Mars? (1971)
  4. Station to Station (1976)
  5. Ashes to Ashes (1980)
  6. Changes (1971)
  7. Young Americans (1975)
  8. Moonage Daydream (1972)
  9. Starman (1972)
  10. Rebel Rebel (1974)
  11.  Suffergate City (1972)
  12. Golden Years (1976)
  13. Ziggy Stardust (1972)
  14. As the World Falls Down (1986)
  15. Under Pressure (1981)
  16. Heroes (1977)
  17. Oh! You Pretty Things (1971)
  18. Sound and Vision (1977)
  19. John, I’m Only Dancing (1972)
  20. Modern Love (1983)

The Essential David Bowie Playlist

David Bowie put together seven or eight runs in one. Between 1969 and 1983, the man produced more classics than anyone can count. He had one of the longest creative streaks in rock history, somehow managing to work on projects with Lou Reed, Iggy Pop and Marc Bolan along the way. The past few decades have been a bit bumpy for Ziggy Stardust, but we’re here to focus on Bowie when he was a shooting star. 

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