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Discussion in 'Scott Nix Frog Fan Forum' started by LisaLT, Jan 11, 2016.
Died of cancer today. Didn't even know he HAD cancer. One of my favorite artists. Really shocked.
Not sports related I know, but important nonetheless.
There's a starman waiting in the sky
He's told us not to blow it
'Cause he knows it's all worthwhile
He told me,
"Let the children lose it,
Let the children use it,
Let all the children boogie"
Rest in Peace, Mr. Bowie.
Just released a new record. He contributed. Definitely trifectaworthy.
Icon. No other word.
Just the other day my daughter and I were dancing to the Magic Dance from Labyrynth. And yes, I was throwing her in the air.
One of the greatest ever. Very Sad.
And these children that you spit on
As they try to change their worlds
Are immune to your consultations
They're quite aware of what they're going through
Put on your red shoes & dance....
Think he was talking to you Sparkle, LisaLT, Quilter, Lola & swimmer.
No he didn't.
As great and prolific a writer and performer as he was, I'll probably always feel like his best work was "Walk on the Wild Side."
Also props for the exposure he gave SRV.
The man who fell to Earth. I will always remember him for "Labyrinth." It was time to face those strange changes.
Sorry Frog-in-Law, I got a Houston Chron Breaking News alert that said "Weird Al" actor dies at 69, and then another one that said "David Bowie dies at 69...". I just assumed it was both of them that died (Yankovic and Bowie). It never occurred to me that there's no way Weird Al is 69 years old.
Also, what dumbass at Houston Chron got David Bowie confused with David Bowe (the actor in Weird Al's "UHF")?
Anyways, I'll go sit in the corner on this one for not vetting it, but that's how I misinterpreted the emails from Houston Chron.
Saw a commercial with David Bowie on Saturday, all of us in the room thought he looked wonderful. Sorry to hear that.
I thought Wild Side was Lou Reed.
It was, but Bowie produced it, iirc.
Houston Chron is a decaying newspaper
That was one strange talented human. RIP David.
Man! That is terrible news!
One of the greatest ever. His last album was a good as his first.
Music will never be the same.
Just like the city. Amirite?