Mallard No. 22 wrote:Good song, good performance. The backtrack (soon to be used for 'Fame') sounds like a sample would have done in subsequent times.KingLouieLouie76 wrote:Yeah...I love that Dick Cavett Show performance! Bowie also performed it on Tom Snyder (another talk show in the States) around that same period. I love how they all got "Fame" out of it.Consigliere_11 wrote:^I like the Bowie version quite a lot - such a class, especially on the Dick Cavett Show https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb4k_5aKXI0" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
P.S. Louie - love the Sneaker Pimps track. Indeed, Sneaker Pimps are very evocative of that part of the 90s. I quite often play that album, having re-discovered it again more recently. Superb - they came and went too quickly
Yeah.... I love how all of that evolved during the "Across the Universe" session.... Alomar jamming along w/John and inspiring Bowie....pure genius!
The Sneaker Pimps shouldn't have fired Kelli from the band...she was the one essential piece that elevated them over the top...She's since became a solo artist under the name of Kelli Ali (in dedication of her dad) and is definitely worth listening to and is even hotter than ever!