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Fri Mar 21 17:12:27 2014 UTClccn-n811120990.07Shrek 2 motion picture soundtrack0.200.81The aesthetics of self-invention : Oscar Wilde to David Bowie /56606484David_Bowien 81112099657130Bowie, ...Bowie, D.David BowieDavid, Jones.Davie BowieDavis BowieHayward-Jones, David RobertJones, Davey 1947-Jones, David, 1947-Jones, David Robert.Jones, David Robert, 1947-Jones, David Robert 1947- Wirklicher NameJones, Davy, 1947-Stardust, Ziggy.The Thin White DukeZiggy Stardust.Ziggy Stardust 1947-בוי, דוד, 1947-ボウイ, デヴィッドボウイ, デビッドlccn-no00017364Johansson, Scarlett1984-prfactlccn-no00094494Perabo, Piperactlccn-no00102089Serkis, Andyactlccn-n2001120551Jackman, Hughprfactlccn-n81144041Queen (Musical group)proprfitrmuslccn-no2002006552Nolan, Jonathansceauslccn-n92006434Ronson, Micksngprfitrlccn-no2003017455Warner Bros. Pictures (1969- )lccn-no2003071634Touchstone Home Entertainment (Firm)lccn-n78067058Henson, JimausprfflmdrtccpBowie, DavidDramaFilm adaptationsJuvenile worksBiographyPuppet filmsFantasy filmsCriticism, interpretation, etcDiscographyChristmas musicCarols, EnglishBowie, DavidRock musicRock musiciansEnglandMotion picture musicLabyrinthsMagiciansEngland--LondonMan-woman relationshipsDeceptionJesus ChristFraudKazantzakis, Nikos,Great BritainTreasure trovesGrandparent and childDisappeared personsReal estate developersDwarfsBasquiat, Jean-Michel,GraffitiChristmas musicGoblinsBrothers and sistersPopular musicHuman-alien encountersChief executive officersFilm soundtracksWishesWorld War (1939-1945)Rhythm and blues musicBowie, AngelaSoul musicConcentration campsPrisoners of warRock musicians' spousesTevis, Walter SAvant-garde (Music)VampiresIndonesia--JavaCarols, EnglishVan der Post, LaurensSexStrieber, WhitleyWar--Psychological aspectsSoldiers--PsychologyAlienation (Social psychology)Children's songsTelevision musicArtists194719641966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220136036023945488791.4372PN1997ocn057454584ocn045041047ocn025590611ocn456204040ocn021253258ocn049968577ocn038462999ocn042658203ocn048539270ocn805068362ocn076706471ocn154339452ocn662735441ocn049015622ocn061771910ocn064590461ocn036767001ocn228074264ocn051920429ocn099661825ocn154339452ocn043029768ocn062560185ocn037628596ocn020434423ocn044151564ocn050297042ocn003039305ocn003343868ocn052031710ocn154339452ocn027878329ocn865110813ocn044449367ocn865126060ocn863018618ocn659311884ocn658603552ocn812517402ocn658925145ocn658837569ocn674295043ocn658431018ocn658546543ocn658290806ocn825000611ocn027878329ocn658603552ocn658925145ocn659103182ocn658881575ocn659103017ocn725568746ocn659103038ocn858163309ocn011705968ocn043418907ocn004590712ocn025734178ocn025430699ocn031615282ocn658443553ocn766387155ocn661865266ocn864446742ocn326879789ocn676908427ocn275471596ocn740493551ocn443859917ocn054667441ocn691342112ocn658452187ocn676603496ocn798388176ocn781182664ocn781131262ocn780759211ocn780769470ocn658423880ocn762603619ocn659252523ocn659182300ocn658978341ocn658716344ocn858614014ocn742977758ocn743158107ocn743073901ocn742800959ocn796652063ocn658434108ocn796742158ocn743136028ocn743025091ocn144671397ocn691562562ocn181529153ocn724890831ocn725281223ocn725103911ocn724981151ocn765333785ocn693865330ocn766564276ocn693865334ocn693865337ocn693870806ocn766564243ocn765333678ocn765333874ocn439694134ocn440767504ocn440798626ocn438930277ocn439155104ocn233594779ocn318900693ocn781065116ocn821196235ocn742757894ocn865118393ocn865118394ocn742904806ocn742906148ocn492759151ocn780914449ocn743104470ocn742653744ocn450171059ocn405927712ocn762663044251754ocn042957869visu19860.17Henson, JimLabyrinthJuvenile worksFictionDramaFantasy filmsPuppet filmsA teenage girl's baby brother is kidnapped by the King of the Goblins; in order to rescue him she must navigate a devilish labyrinth+-+9775740896324209614ocn076706471visu20060.19Nolan, ChristopherThe prestigeDramaFilm adaptationsIn turn-of-the-century Victorian London, charismatic showman Robert Angier and gifted illusionist Alfred Borden are two young magicians whose friendship is destroyed when the love of Angier's life dies in a trick gone wrong. Their rivalry escalates into an obsession full of deceit and sabotage. When Borden's "transported man" trick becomes famous, Angier will go to any length to top it, even pursuing a fantastic and frightening machine developed by Nicola Tesla158431ocn044018570visu19880.27Scorsese, MartinThe last temptation of ChristFictionDramaFilm adaptationsIn this controversial movie, Jesus, as both fully human and fully divine, is viewed as free of sin but subject to all temptations, including sexual ones+-+785459400632412459ocn080939614visu20060.10Arthur and the invisiblesJuvenile worksFictionDramaArthur sets out to save his family's home from real estate developers when his grandfather mysteriously disappears. When he finds his grandfather's ancient clues of treasure, he unlocks a passageway that leads to a spectacular world with little people119958ocn061771910visu19750.25Roeg, NicolasThe man who fell to EarthDramaScience fiction filmsFilm adaptationsAn alien being comes to Earth to colonize its water resources, but instead becomes head of a large corporation, and is gradually destroyed by the pleasures, the technology and the luxury of life on earth+-+4914594006114739ocn050550779visu19960.27Schnabel, JulianBasquiatBiographyFictionDramaIn 1981, a nineteen-year-old unknown graffiti writer takes the New York art world by storm107675ocn043552153rcrd19720.20Bowie, DavidThe rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from MarsPortraitsRock musicDas Chamäleon David Bowie erzählt auf <<The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars>> die Geschichte eines stereotypischen Rockstars. Durch Glamour-Klamotten, rot gefärbte Haare und viel Schminke schuf sich Bowie ein zweites Ich: Ziggy Stardust. -- Stardust wandert auf der Platte thematisch Song für Song durch die Phasen eines Rockstarlebens. Am 3. Juli 1973 beendete Bowie die Ziggy Stardust-Zeit. An einem Konzert in London verkündete er das Ende und löste die Band, welche in sein Vorhaben nicht eingeweiht war, auf. -- Bowie inspirierte mit seinem Werk nicht nur Bob Marley bei der Namensgebung seines Sohnes Ziggy Marley - auch Moby, die Smashing Pumpkins oder Marilyn Manson sehen ihr Arbeiten beeinflusst durch David Bowies Meisterwerk aus dem Jahre 1972. -- Ein Album, dass viel Interpretationsspielraum lässt und nicht zuletzt auch dadurch spannend bleibt. (Quelle: http://www.drs.ch/www/de/drs/themen/musik/pop-rock-musik/4968.50-meisterwerke.html, 16.10.2008)83563ocn050917154rcrd19800.16Bowie, DavidBest of Bowie' Best Of Bowie' is a collection of tracks which chronicle David Bowie's career to date. It comes in twenty three different editions, each one having been compiled to suit that country or region with the tracklisting reflecting that area's favourite Bowie songs82530ocn825000124rcrd20130.14Bowie, DavidThe next dayThe Next Day is Bowie's 30th studio album and his first new album in 10 years. The music icon presents 14 new tracks including the songs Dirty Boys, Heat, and title track The Next Day8086ocn047028403rcrd20010.17Kidman, NicoleMoulin Rouge! [music from Baz Luhrmann's film]73060ocn662735441visu19820.25Ōshima, NagisaMerry Christmas, Mr. LawrenceBiographyFictionDramaFilm adaptationsIn a Japanese prison camp on Java in 1942, two British officers, John Lawrence and Jack Celliers, encounter camp commander Yonoi and his sergeant Hara. Things had been going pretty well, until charismatic, rebellious Celliers arrived. Yonoi is a devotee of the samurai ideal; neither he nor Hara can understand the stoic way in which the British prisoners accept their situation of defeat. Lawrence speaks Japanese, and ceaselessly tries to mediate between the prisoners and their overseers, translating both the words and the values of the two races. Celliers' attitude, however, is more comprehensible to Yonoi. He and Celliers arrive at a sort of détente, based on an admiration for the other, but this eventually turns into a contest of wills as the camp's carefully nurtured equilibrium is destroyed+-+111765932532463619ocn056556561visu19830.27Scott, TonyThe hungerDramaFilm adaptationsMiriam the vampire, subsists on the blood of her lovers, who do not age, until she has had enough of them. John is currently in that position, and is expected to die in the next 24 hours. He seeks help from a doctor who does not believe his story6033ocn055119765rcrd20040.07Arthur, JosephShrek 2 motion picture soundtrackJuvenile works54044ocn042658203rcrd19710.20Bowie, DavidHunky doryRock music5401ocn048246709rcrd20010.13Now that's what I call Christmas!Carols, EnglishChristmas musicA collection of thirty-six Christmas songs performed by a variety of artists, including Nat King Cole's "The Christmas Song," Gene Autry's "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer," Mannheim Steamroller's "Away in a Manger," and Boyz II Men's "Silent Night."53064ocn043329654rcrd19830.08Bowie, DavidLet's danceJuvenile worksWith hits like Modern Love, China Girl, and the title track, Let's Dance stands as one of David Bowie's most successful albums. Let's Dance also features the guitar work of Stevie Ray Vaughn and production from Nile Rodgers5026ocn057454584rcrd20040.14Turner, TinaAll the bestRhythm and blues musicAll the Best reaches back to 1966 for the soul-steeped 'River Deep Mountain High' and chugs through the decades, dipping into the '70s for the Ike'd-up hit 'Nutbush City Limits' and hanging around the '80s and '90s for the bulk of 33 tracks4741ocn045041047rcrd20000.14Almost famous music from the motion picture4722ocn662414657rcrd20100.12Now that's what I call ChristmasThe widely and ever popular NOW series compiles a fourth collection of classic and contemporary holiday favorites from music's biggest names46925ocn051276860rcrd19720.20Reed, LouTransformerRock music11634ocn232303154file20070.39Perone, James EThe words and music of David BowieCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography"In this comprehensive analysis of David Bowie's career, author James Perone examines the many identities and styles Bowie has developed over the years, and in so doing provides a chronicle of creativity at work." "Born David Jones in a London suburb in 1947, David Bowie changed his name in the late '60s to avoid confusion with the singer David Jones of The Monkees. This name change would turn out to be a highly prescient act: for in incorporating an exceptionally wide variety of styles, Bowie would become the most notorious chameleon of the rock era. Due in large part to his early success in the glam rock subgenre and his claims of homosexuality (dismissed by many writers as a ploy to generate public interest and record sales), Bowie raised serious issues about sexual orientation in rock music, regardless of whether or not his claimed homosexuality was genuine or part of his on-stage character. His regular use of theatrical personae also raises interesting issues concerning authenticity and the perception of authenticity in rock music." "After a biographical introduction, chronologically arranged chapters discuss the singer's fascinating - and iconoclastic - body of work. A discography and annotated bibliography conclude the book."--BOOK JACKET+-+90974402758713ocn668192473book20110.19Trynka, PaulDavid Bowie : starmanBiography"Ziggy Stardust," "Changes," "Under Pressure," "Let's Dance," "Fame," "Heroes," and of course, "Starman." These are the classic songs of David Bowie, the artist whose personas are indelibly etched in our pop consciousness alongside his music. He wrote and recorded with everyone from Iggy Pop to Freddie Mercury to John Lennon, sold 136 million albums, has one of the truly great voices, and influenced bands as wide-ranging as Nirvana and Franz Ferdinand. The author illuminates Bowie's seemingly contradictory life and his many reinventions as an artist, offering over 300 new interviews with everyone from classmates to managers to lovers. He reveals Bowie's broad influence on the entertainment world, from movie star to modern day icon, trend setter to musical innovator+-+00778516858399ocn758391988book20110.20Doggett, PeterThe man who sold the world : David Bowie and the 1970sCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCultural historian Peter Doggett explores the rich heritage of David Bowie's most productive and inspired decade, and traces the way in which his music reflected and influenced the world around him+-+99967429363246366ocn026763208book19930.17Bowie, AngelaBackstage passes : life on the wild side with David BowieBiographyFasten your seat belts - there has never been a rock-and-roll memoir like this. A scandalous, sexy, uncompromising roller-coaster ride that tells the secrets of a twenty-five-year trip on rock's wild side. One person knows David Bowie better than anyone else, perhaps even better than he does - ex-wife Angela Bowie. Having outlasted the gag order that was part of their divorce agreement, she is now free for the first time to share the details of their turbulent relationship. From her first encounter with future husband David Bowie in London during the free-love days of the summer of '67, to planning his rise from in-crowd cult hero to rock superstar, Angela Bowie has been at the epicenter of pop culture. Backstage Passes is a brilliant insider's portrayal of one of rock's greatest stars. For ten tempestuous years she traveled and lived with Bowie, overseeing his career, promoting his music, and engineering headline-grabbing news stories. He was a man ahead of his time, the catalyst of a thousand new trends, a hero to millions. But there was another side to David Bowie, a man who battled the monster within, cold, paranoid, often vicious and strung out on cocaine, teetering on the edge of self-destruction. Angela has witnessed, and shared, it all - the bisexual orgies, David's degeneration at the hands of satanic cults and cocaine, secret conversations, fragile egos, plots and power plays, as well as the behind-the-scenes lives, loves, and excesses of rock's other great legends: Mick Jagger, Keith Moon, Elton John, Marianne Faithfull, Iggy Pop, Rod Stewart, and Lou Reed, to name a few. Reading Backstage Passes is almost as good as having been there - a tell-all that truly tells all, a book as outspoken, bold, and opinionated as Angela Bowie herself+-+36556906356032ocn013271001book19860.19Edwards, HenryStardust : the David Bowie storyBiography5693ocn316029320book20090.18Spitz, MarcBowie : a biographyBiographyFrom noted author and journalist Spitz comes this work that chronicles David Bowie's life. Spitz presents a portrait not only of one of the most important rock musicians of the last century but also an examination of a truly fascinating man+-+14416225854716ocn011866622book19850.20Hopkins, JerryBowieBiographyA portrait of the singer, songwriter, and actor. Includes a discography and filmography4694ocn036892836book19960.19Tremlett, GeorgeDavid Bowie : living on the brinkBiography+-+40195213253847ocn463021528com20060.31Thompson, DaveHallo spaceboy the rebirth of David BowieBiographyRiding on the heels of the author's previous David Bowie biography, this follow-up covers the post-1987 comeback that firmly established Bowie as one of the most influential rock stars to grace the musical landscape. Beginning with the 1995 release of the+-+08827750063493ocn015053200book19860.19Gillman, PeterAlias David Bowie : a biographyBiography34613ocn056190960book20010.19Pegg, NicholasThe complete David BowieCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyDiscographyProvides an analysis of David Bowie's songs, albums, tours, radio sessions, performances on screen, and accomplishments with other types of art+-+58266685463301ocn489633829book20100.19Cann, KevinAny day now : David Bowie : the London years, 1947-1974BiographyDavid Bowie first came to notice with the 1969 song "Space Oddity," after which he promptly vanished from the public eye, immersing himself in a long period of musical experimentation and reemerging in 1972 as the glam rock androgyne Ziggy Stardust. Under this persona Bowie launched the album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, spearheaded by the hit single "Starman." The late 60s and early 70s were an incredibly formative and fertile period for Bowie. Any Day Now provides the most detailed account of Bowie's early years ever published, with a wealth of new biographical information, interviews, memorabilia plus rare and unseen portraits from photographers including Terry O'Neill, Ray Stevenson, Geoff MacCormack, David Bebbington, Jak Kilby and Bob Solly. Proceeding year by year--and even day by day, as Bowie's career takes off and goes stellar--it tracks the rock legend's career from his birth in London in 1947 to the height of his success in 1974 with the release of his album Diamond Dogsand his departure from the UK. For hardcore Bowie fans, Any Day Nowalso includes the most concise listing of early Bowie performances ever published. Author Kevin Cann, who has worked on reissues of Bowie's back catalogue, unravels many of the myths that have surrounded the early career of one of rock's most influential figures, in this encyclopedic illustrated book+-+72265700452813ocn038890886book19960.24Sandford, ChristopherBowie : loving the alienBiographyDavid Bowie's life and times are looked at in this wittily written book that is the first biography about the pop star in over 10 years+-+99035315852602ocn054825905book20040.81Waldrep, SheltonThe aesthetics of self-invention : Oscar Wilde to David BowieBy printing the title "Professor of Aesthetics" on his visiting cards, Oscar Wilde announced yet another transformation and perhaps the most significant of his career, proclaiming his belief that he could redesign not just his image but his very self. Shelton Waldrep explores the cultural influences at play in Wilde's life and work and his influence on the writing and performance of the twentieth century, particularly on the lives and careers of some of its most aestheticized performers: Truman Capote, Andy Warhol, David Hockney, and David Bowie. As Waldrep reveals, Wilde's fusing of art with commerce foresaw the coming century's cultural producers who would blend works of both "high art" and mass-market appeal. Whether as a gay man or as a postmodern performance artist ahead of his time, Wilde ultimately emerges here as the embodiment of the twentieth-century media-savvy artist who is both subject and object of the aesthetic and economic systems in which he is enmeshed+-+636981163521410ocn059878122book19990.27Buckley, DavidStrange fascination : David Bowie, the definitive storyBiography"David Bowie is now into his fifth decade of making music. From his first hit single, 'Space Oddity', to his vital 21st-century albums Heathen and Reality, he remains the most influential rock star of his generation. Strange Fascination chronicles Bowie's career against the colourful backdrop of post-Beatles pop culture, taking us from the glam-era gender-bending of the early 1970s, through plastic soul, the Berlin period, Scary Monsters and the huge international success of Let's Dance right the way up to his most recent collaborations and his pioneering use of the Internet. It's a story of amazing creativity, of huge, showboating theatricality and of a never-ending quest to remain relevant and at pop's cutting edge."--BOOK JACKET+-+77556080252123ocn010483193book19840.18O'Regan, DenisDavid Bowie's Serious moonlight : the world tourBiographyPictorial works2081ocn795505886com20110.07Hoskyns, BarneyGlam! Bowie, Bolan and the glitter rock revolutionCriticism, interpretation, etc2012ocn808216012book20130.28David Bowie is the subjectBiographyPortraitsPictorial worksExhibition catalogsCatalogus bij de tentoonstelling in het Victoria and Albert Museum in Londen met ruim driehonderd Bowie-gerelateerde objecten als handgeschreven muziekteksten, kostuums, tekeningen en andere kunstuitingen1973ocn009622385book19830.18Goddard, PeterDavid Bowie : out of the coolBiographyPictorial works1931ocn037392835book19980.28Paytress, MarkThe rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars : David BowieCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+3622913755+-+7854594006324+-+7854594006324Fri Mar 21 15:14:05 EDT 2014batch107348