I Can’t No Music, I’ll Know Music – Episode 1: David Bowie by David Bowie

The inaugural episode of The Culture of My People’s music podcast — I Can’t No Music, I’ll Know Music. We talk about the super interesting first album by the David Bowie.

Here is some of the stuff we reference during the episode:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Bowie_%281967_album%29
https://bowiesongs.wordpress.com/2009/09/13/we-are-hungry-men/
http://www.tranglos.com/marek/yes/tr_80.html
http://www.trynka.net/archive/Dek_Fearnley.html
http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2015/01/50-years-of-david-bowies-hairstyles-in-a-single-gif/
http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/david-bowie/articles/106667/title/review-silly-boy-blue

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One thought on “I Can’t No Music, I’ll Know Music – Episode 1: David Bowie by David Bowie”

  1. What do you guys think about the shared theme between “Uncle Arthur” and “There Is a Happy Place”? “Uncle Arthur” has to do with a person struggling to grow up and move on from his child hood in that he eventually moves back in with his mom, while “There Is a Happy Place” deals with a grown person thinking/reminiscing about his childhood? These songs seem to deal with the same issue, just from different perspectives. Does this shared theme perhaps play into a larger theme of the album, perhaps dealing more with the tragedies of being an adult? Food for thought!

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