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    The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars

    David Bowie stüdyo albümü

    Yayımlanma 16 Haziran 1972

    Kaydedilme 7 Eylül, Ekim, Kasım 1971; 12–18 Ocak, 4 Şubat 1972; Trident Stüdyoları, Londra

    Tarz Glam rock, sanatsal rock, hard rock

    Süre 38:37 Şirket RCA

    Yapımcı David Bowie, Ken Scott

    David Bowie kronolojisi

    (1971) (1972) (1973)

    albümünden çıkan single'lar


    Yayımlanma: 14 Nisan 1972

    "Rock 'n' Roll Suicide"

    Yayımlanma: 11 Nisan 1974

    "Suffragette City"

    Yayımlanma: 9 Temmuz 1976

    (kısaca ), İngiliz müzisyen David Bowie tarafından 1972 yılında çıkarılan ve hayali uzaylı rock yıldızı Ziggy Stardust'ı konu alan konsept albüm.[1] Glam rock döneminin ikonik albümlerinden biri sayılmakla beraber, albüm dergisinin gelmiş geçmiş en iyi 500 albüm listesinde 35. ve Q dergisinin listesinde 24. sıraya oturmuştur.[2]

    Şarkı listesi[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

    Disk 1 "Five Years" — 4:44 "Soul Love" — 3:33

    "Moonage Daydream" — 4:35

    "Starman" — 4:13

    "It Ain't Easy" (Ron Davies) — 3:00

    Disk 2

    "Lady Stardust" — 3:20

    "Star" — 2:50

    "Hang On to Yourself" — 2:40

    "Ziggy Stardust" — 3:13

    "Suffragette City" — 3:25

    "Rock 'n' Roll Suicide" — 3:00

    Albüm personeli[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

    David Bowie – vokaller, akustik gitar, saksofon, piyano, düzenlemeler

    Mick Ronson – elektrik gitar, arka vokaller, klavyeler, piyano

    Trevor Bolder – bas gitar, trompet

    Mick Woodmansey – bateri

    Diğer müzisyenler

    Dana Gillespie – arka vokaller ("It Ain't Easy")

    Rick Wakeman – klavsen ("It Ain't Easy")

    Teknik personel

    Ken Scott – yapımcı, ses teknisyenliği, miksaj

    David Bowie – yapımcı

    Dr. Toby Mountain – mastering (Rykodisc versiyonu için)

    Jonathan Wyner – asistan remastering teknisyeni (Rykodisc versiyonu için)

    Peter Mew – remastering teknisyeni (EMI versiyonu için)

    Nigel Reeve – asistan remastering teknisyeni (EMI versiyonu için)

    George Underwood – albüm kapağı

    Notlar[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

    ^ Thomas, Stephen (1 Haziran 1974). "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars - David Bowie : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic. 13 Mayıs 2016 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 1 Mart 2013.^ 500 Greatest Albums of All Time 21 Ekim 2012 tarihinde Wayback Machine sitesinde arşivlendi..

    Kaynakça[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

    Weisbard, Eric (1995). . Vintage Books. ISBN 0-679-75574-8.

    Dış bağlantılar[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

    The Ziggy Stardust Companion (İngilizce)

    Daralt gtd David Bowie Diskografi Stüdyo albümleri

    (1967)  · (1969)  · (1970)  · (1971)  · (1972)  · (1973)  · (1973)  · (1974)  · (1975)  · (1976)  · (1977)  · (1977)  · (1979)  · (1980)  · (1983)  · (1984)  · (1987)  · (1993)  · (1995)  · (1997)  · (1999)  · (2002)  · (2003)  · (2013)  · (2016)

    Konser albümleri (1974)  · (1978)

    Soundtrack albümleri

    (1983)  · (1986)  · Şarkıları

    "Space Oddity"  · ""Heroes""

    İlgili maddeler

    Mike Garson  · Mick Ronson  · Tony Visconti

    Otorite kontrolü

    MusicBrainz release group: 6c9ae3dd-32ad-472c-96be-69d0a3536261

    Kategori: 1970'ler albüm taslaklarıDavid Bowie albümleriKonsept albümlerEMI Records albümleriRCA Records albümleri1972 albümleriHard rock albümleri

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    The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars

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    The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars

    Studio album by David Bowie

    Released 16 June 1972[a]


    9 July, November 1971 – February 1972

    Studio Trident, London

    Genre Glam rockproto-punk Length 38:29 Label RCA Producer

    Ken ScottDavid Bowie

    David Bowie chronology

    (1971) (1972) (1973) Singles from

    "Starman" / "Suffragette City"

    Released: 28 April 1972

    "Rock 'n' Roll Suicide"

    Released: April 1974

    (often shortened to [1]) is the fifth studio album by English musician David Bowie, released on 16 June 1972 in the United Kingdom through RCA Records. It was co-produced by Bowie and Ken Scott and features Bowie's backing band the Spiders from Mars, comprising Mick Ronson, Trevor Bolder and Mick Woodmansey. Most of the songs were written around the same time as Bowie's previous album (1971). After that album was completed, recording for commenced in November 1971 at Trident Studios in London, with further sessions in early February 1972.

    Described as a loose concept album and rock opera, concerns Bowie's titular alter ego Ziggy Stardust, a fictional androgynous and bisexual rock star who is sent to Earth as a saviour before an impending apocalyptic disaster. In its story, Ziggy wins the hearts of fans but suffers a fall from grace after succumbing to his own ego. The character was inspired by numerous musicians, including singers Vince Taylor and Iggy Pop. Most of the album's concept was developed after the songs were recorded. The glam rock and proto-punk musical styles were influenced by Pop, the Velvet Underground, and Marc Bolan of T. Rex, while the lyrics discuss the artificiality of rock music, political issues, drug use, sexual orientation and stardom. The album cover, photographed in monochrome and recoloured, was taken in London, outside the home of furriers "K. West".

    Preceded by the single "Starman", peaked at number 5 in the UK and number 75 in the United States. It initially received favourable reviews from music critics; some praised the musicality and concept while others were unable to comprehend it. Shortly after its release, Bowie performed "Starman" on Britain's in early July 1972, which propelled him to stardom. The Ziggy character was retained for the subsequent Ziggy Stardust Tour, leaving Bowie unable to differentiate between Ziggy and himself. Not wanting Ziggy to define him, Bowie created a new character for his next album (1973), which Bowie described as "Ziggy goes to America". Performances from the tour were later released on a concert film of the same name with an accompanying live album (1983) and (2008).

    Retrospectively, is considered one of Bowie's best works and has appeared on numerous lists of the greatest albums of all time. Bowie had ideas for a musical based on the album, although this project never came to fruition; ideas were later used for (1974). has been reissued several times and was remastered in 2012 for its 40th anniversary. In 2017, it was selected for preservation in the National Recording Registry, being deemed "culturally, historically, or artistically significant" by the Library of Congress.


    1 Background

    2 Recording and production

    3 Concept and themes

    3.1 Overview 3.2 Inspirations 3.3 Story 4 Musical styles

    5 Artwork and packaging

    6 Release and promotion

    7 Critical reception

    8 Tour 9 Other projects

    10 Influence and legacy

    10.1 Reappraisal 10.2 Rankings 11 Reissues 12 Track listing 13 Personnel

    14 Charts and certifications

    14.1 Weekly charts

    14.2 Year-end charts

    14.3 Sales and certifications

    15 Notes 16 References 16.1 Sources 17 External links


    Following his promotional tour of America in February 1971,[2] David Bowie returned to Haddon Hall in England and began writing songs,[3] many of which were inspired by the diverse musical genres that were present in America.[4] He wrote over three dozen songs, many of which would appear on his fourth studio album and ;[5] among these were "Moonage Daydream" and "Hang On to Yourself", which he recorded with his short-lived band Arnold Corns in February 1971,[6] and subsequently reworked for .[3][5] Work officially began on in June 1971 at Trident Studios in London.[7] The sessions featured the musicians who would later become known as the Spiders from Mars – guitarist Mick Ronson, bassist Trevor Bolder and drummer Mick Woodmansey.[8] Ken Scott, who previously worked as an engineer for Bowie's two previous albums and the Beatles, was chosen as producer.[3] The sessions also featured keyboardist Rick Wakeman on piano who,[9] after completing work on the album, declined Bowie's offer to join the Spiders to instead join the English progressive rock band Yes.[10] According to Woodmansey, and were almost recorded back-to-back. However, the Spiders realised that most of the songs on were not suitable live material, so they needed a follow-up that could be toured behind.[11]

    After Bowie's manager Tony Defries terminated his contract with Mercury Records, Defries presented the album to multiple labels in the US, including New York City's RCA Records. The head of the label, Dennis Katz, heard the tapes and saw the potential of the piano-based songs, signing Bowie to a three-album deal on 9 September 1971; RCA became Bowie's label for the rest of the decade.[12][13] was released on 17 December to very positive reviews from critics but sold poorly and failed to break the UK Albums Chart,[14] partly due to poor marketing from RCA; the label had heard from Scott that Bowie was going to be changing his image for his next record so they did not know how to promote it.[3][15]

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    ziggy stardust and the spiders from mars

    david bowienin albumlerinden birinin adi. o siralarda amerika turnesinde ziggy stardust olarak sunuyor kendini. bu ziggy uzaydan gelen bir sahsiyet. "geldim uzaydan, muzik yapdim abiler!" bile diyor.

    ziggy stardust and the spiders from mars

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    david bowienin albumlerinden birinin adi. o siralarda amerika turnesinde ziggy stardust olarak sunuyor kendini. bu ziggy uzaydan gelen bir sahsiyet. "geldim uzaydan, muzik yapdim abiler!" bile diyor.

    tam olarak adi "the rise and fall of ziggy stardust and the spiders from mars" olan , david bowie'nin uzaydan gelen,cift cinsiyetli,bisexuel bir rock stari ziggy stardust karakterini yarattigi,yaninda calan grup arkadaslarinin ise spiders from mars adini aldigi super album..

    bol yildizli bir album bu, basta olaganustu starman..

    bowie'nin her anlamda en yukseklerde gezindigi donemde, 1972'de, hayat bulmus

    albumun $arki listesi $oyledir:

    1. five years 2. soul love 3. moonage daydream 4. starman 5. it aint easy 6. lady stardust 7. star

    8. hang on to yourself

    9. ziggy stardust

    10. suffragette city

    11. rock n roll suicide

    aynı adı taşıyan ve david bowie'nin konser görüntülerinden oluşan belgesel film bu ay içinde if istanbul kapsamında gösterilecek. şimdiden yerler ayırtılmalı.

    rock'n'roll suicide ile biten konser kaydı

    david bowie'nin tam adı the rise and fall of ziggy stardust and the spiders from mars olan bu albümünün filmi de vardır. ocak 2003 ifistanbul bağımsız filmler festivalinde de gösterilmiş olan bu film david bowie'nin the spiders from mars ile verdiği konser ve sahne arkası görüntülerinden oluşmaktadır.

    soul love, starman, ziggy stardust, lady stardustve rock'n'roll suicidegibi muhtesem parcaları icinde bulunduran muhtesem david bowie albumu.

    (bkz: ucuran sarkilar)

    (bkz: spider from mars)

    biri değil de bizzat gelmiş geçmiş en iyi albüm olabilir. bazen öyle düşünüyorum dinlerken, sonra geçiyor. ama olabilir de. en güzel şarkısı da soul love olabilir. moonage daydream de olur. ziggy stardust da olabilir. rock n roll suicide da olabilir. gelip gidiyor, karar verirsem edit düşerim.


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