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David Torn: Making Records, Film Composition, and Working With David Bowie

Read "David Torn: Making Records, Film Composition, and Working With David Bowie" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Experimental guitarist, looper, songwriter, improviser, session guitarist, film composer, record producer, mixer...David Torn is all of those things. He is constantly on the move, looking forward to the next thing. He was last interviewed for All About Jazz in 2007 ("David Torn: A Lifetime Of Improvisation In Non-Improvisational Settings“). Our conversation mostly ranged over his many ...

The Next Day

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: The Next Day, Dirty Boys, The Stars (Are Out Tonight), Love Is Lost, Where Are We Now?, Valentine's Day, If You Can See Me, I'd Rather Be High, Boss of Me, Dancing Out In Space, How Does The Grass Grow?, (You Will) Set The World On Fire, You Feel So Lonely You Could Die, Heat

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

David Bowie: The Next Day

Read "The Next Day" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski

The role of the artist is to deepen the mystery, Francis Bacon once said, and singer David Bowie is a master of that. After several years of studio and especially media abstinence, Major Tom has surprisingly reported for active duty when he released his first single in ten years, “Where are We Now?," coinciding with his ...

The Next Day

Label: Passport Jazz
Released: 1987


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