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The Berlin Trilogy, or Berlin Triptych, consists of three consecutively released studio albums by English singer and songwriter David Bowie: Low (1977), "Heroes" (1977) and Lodger (1979). The albums were recorded after Bowie took up residence in West Berlin in late 1976, and saw him experiment with elements of electronic, krautrock, ambient, and world music in collaboration with American producer Tony Visconti and English musician Brian Eno.
He became famous with the band Caravan and was responsible as a songwriter for creating some of their best-known tracks: "For Richard", "Nine Feet Underground", "The Dabsong Conshirtoe", "Proper Job/Back To Front".
About david sinclair four. DS4: David Sinclair - vocals/guitar. After an exclusive playback accompanied by a beautiful visual montage (also supplied by Ian), we talked about the making of the album and then took a look back at life in the League. Ian and Jo remain the best of buddies and it was an evening of great insider stories of a golden era of electronic pop, peppered with much laughter and affection. Ian Burden Album Launch - 10/04 (Promo video). With interview's from Ian Burden and Jo Callis, former Human League members, by interviewer David Sinclair. Video by ww. aloProductions.
creative acoustic guitar interpretations of mostly traditional christmas music. Genre: Holiday: Folk. David Sinclair: As a member of Sarah McLachlan's band since 1993, and with . lang from 92-95, David has toured extensively in North America, Europe, and Japan and appeared on Jay Leno, David Letterman,Conan O'Brien, Arsenio Hall, Saturday Night Live, Larry Sanders,Good Morning America, Rosie O'Donnell, MTV Unplugged, VH1 Storytellers, The Grammy Awards Show (93
David Andrew Sinclair AO (born 1969) is an Australian biologist and professor of genetics best known for his advocacy for resveratrol as an anti-aging dietary supplement and potential medication. David Andrew Sinclair was born in Australia around 1969, and he grew up in St Ives, New South Wales. His paternal grandmother had immigrated to Australia following the suppression of the Hungarian Uprising of 1956, and his father changed the family name from Szigeti to Sinclair.
By 1976, David Bowie’s life in Los Angeles was in free fall. Though "Fame" and "Golden Years" were Top 10 hits the year before, Bowie was lost in a haze of cocaine addiction. To escape the drug scene in . Bowie and wife Angela headed for Europe; after stops in Switzerland and France, Bowie settled in Berlin, a city then still divided by the Berlin Wall. The next three years would be one of Bowie’s most productive periods, as he recorded a trio of albums that became known as his Berlin Trilogy. For many years Berlin had appealed to me as a sort of sanctuary-like situation. It was one of the few cities where I could move around in virtual anonymity. I was going broke; it was cheap to live. For some reason, Berliners just didn't care. Bowie told NYRock that despite his drug problems, Low was a relatively straight album. It didn't come from a drug place. And I realized at the time that it was important music.
Writer profile of David Sinclair. From Rock's Backpages: The ultimate library of rock music writing and journalism. David Sinclair was born on October 24, 1952. He was educated at Eltham College, London and at Warwick University, where he graduated in 1975 with an honours degree in Politics. David Sinclair online.