max lorentz covers bowie's later songs superb

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12:34 AM - Sep 29, 2018 #1

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1:06 AM - Sep 29, 2018 #2

swedish singer musician doing his second Bowie album. 
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1:47 AM - Sep 29, 2018 #3

Yikes.
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3:55 AM - Sep 29, 2018 #4

These are wild. Nice to see a cover collection of Bowie's later work. Thanks!
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10:58 PM - Sep 29, 2018 #5

LOL
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5:34 AM - Sep 30, 2018 #6

I remember hearing his first Bowie covers album. That was pretty good.
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8:17 AM - Oct 01, 2018 #7

The more I listen to this, the more I like it. I love the arrangements. And dear I say it, I prefer how he's done Lucy Can't Dance to the original.
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9:39 AM - Oct 01, 2018 #8

NorseSwagger wrote: Yikes.
Double yikes!
SHHWEEET! IS....A self confessed, radicalised David Bowie knob ha! ha! I’m in good company. Let’s all celebrate together.
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10:28 AM - Oct 01, 2018 #9

They should have asked this guy to do the arrangements for NLMD 2018
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2:19 PM - Oct 01, 2018 #10

Most definitely an interesting tracklist, if nothing else
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2:44 PM - Oct 01, 2018 #11

Yeah, but nothing's ever likely to top Milky Edwards' version of Moonage Daydream - imagine if the Soul Tour had sounded like that!  
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5:10 AM - Oct 02, 2018 #12

Larranaga wrote: Yeah, but nothing's ever likely to top Milky Edwards' version of Moonage Daydream - imagine if the Soul Tour had sounded like that!  
I love that Milky Edwards. If only that would get released.
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7:10 AM - Oct 02, 2018 #13

My favourite cover version of a db song is Bilal's and Robert Glasper's Letter to Hermoine from their 2012 album:

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7:22 AM - Oct 02, 2018 #14

ziggythecowboy wrote:
Larranaga wrote: Yeah, but nothing's ever likely to top Milky Edwards' version of Moonage Daydream - imagine if the Soul Tour had sounded like that!  
I love that Milky Edwards. If only that would get released.
This may seem like a silly question... but did anyone ever dig into whether Bowie himself was behind those recordings?

I think about the “impressions” session he did during Absolute Beginners... and wonder.

He did love his hoaxes.
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7:58 AM - Oct 02, 2018 #15



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9:14 AM - Oct 02, 2018 #16

Every time I hear it, I'm convinced all over again that Milky Edwards' Moonage Daydream is the best Bowie cover that's yet been done.
If it hasn't got its own appreciation thread on here, it should have.
We talked about 'Milky's version of Starman on here a few years back and that was pretty good, but everything about this works perfectly. 
I'll say it again - this is what the Soul Tour should've sounded like!
Still no idea who 'Milky' is, but whoever produced and arranged it knows exactly what they're doing - there was a rumour last year that Mark Ronson was behind it.
Sounds plausible, but who knows?
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10:36 AM - Oct 02, 2018 #17

The vocals sound like the late Terry Callier having fun.
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