David Bowie - Hours - 1999 Music On Vinyl Issue - Rock - 180 Grm LP + Booklet

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David Bowie - Hours

Label: ISO Records – MOVLP1400, Columbia – MOVLP1400, Music On Vinyl – MOVLP1400
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: Europe
180 gram vinyl
20-page booklet
Standard black vinyl
Originally Released: 1999
This Release: 15 Jun 2015
Genre: Rock
Style: Rock & Roll

Tracklist


A1 Thursday's Child 5:22
A2 Something In The Air 5:46
A3 Survive 4:11
A4 If I'm Dreaming My Life 7:04


B1 Seven 4:04
B2 What's Really Happening? 4:10
B3 The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell 4:41
B4 New Angels Of Promise 4:37
B5 Brilliant Adventure 1:52
B6 The Dreamers 5:13


Companies, etc.
Licensed To – Sony Music Entertainment
Licensed From – ISO Records
Distributed By – Music On Vinyl B.V.
Manufactured By – Music On Vinyl B.V.
Manufactured For – Sony Music Entertainment
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment
Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment
Published By – Nipple Music
Published By – RZO Music Ltd.
Published By – Strept Throat Music
Recorded At – Seaview, Bermuda
Overdubbed At – The Looking Glass Studios
Overdubbed At – Chung King Studios
Mixed At – The Looking Glass Studios
Mixed At – Chung King Studios
Mastered At – Masterdisk
Credits
Backing Vocals – Holly Palmer (tracks: A1)
Bass, Twelve-String Guitar [Acoustic & Electric], Programmed By [Synth & Drum], Mellotron – Mark Plati
Design, Graphics [Image Manipulation] – Rex Ray
Drums – Mike Levesque (tracks: A1 to A4, B2, B3, B5), Sterling campbell (tracks: B1, B4, B6)
Engineer – Kevin Paul (2)
Engineer [Assistant] – Jay Nicholas, Ryoji Hata
Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Acoustic Guitar [6 & 12 String], Loops [Drum], Programmed By [Synth & Drum] – Reeves Gabrels
Mastered By – Andy VanDette
Mixed By, Producer [Additional], Engineer [Additional] – Mark Plati
Percussion – Everett Bradley (tracks: B1)
Photography By [Additional Inside] – Frank W. Ockenfels 3
Photography By [Cover, Inside] – Tim Bret-Day
Producer – Reeves Gabrels
Producer, Design Concept [Album Cover Concept] – David Bowie
Rhythm Guitar – Chris Haskett (tracks: A4)
Vocals, Twelve-String Guitar [Acoustic], Drum Programming [Roland 707] – David Bowie
Written-By – Alex Grant (tracks: B2), David Bowie (tracks: A1 to B6), Reeves Gabrels (tracks: A1 to B6)
Notes
Originally Released & © 1999 ISO Records. This Release & © 2015 Sony Music Entertainment under license from ISO Records.
Made in the EU


This is David Bowie easing on the cutting edge for a moment to settle into sound song craftsmanship. How many artists out there can lay claim to so many incredible and unique albums. In my opinion, Bowie has had ten albums I would call incredible, and this fits into that groove. Subtlety rules on this album. A deft hand by both Bowie and Reeves Gabrels has been used on this album to at times fill the empty spaces, and at other times let it flow. To say that I am impressed by this album would be a grand understatement. This is a probably not a great starting point for those not initiated into the Bowie craftsmanship, but to those who love him as much as I do...it's great punctuation to the progressive brilliance.


The lovely 'Thursdays Child' opens up and laments while 'Something in the Air' is an unusual slice of menacing techo/rock, 'Survive' strums along nicely as it exudes melody, 'If I'm Dreaming My Life' is a luxurious whirlpool of ideas in motion,'Seven' is simple and childlike,'What's Really Happenning' is a damn good lyric by a net competition winner with Bowie providing the music and Reeves dishing out a very cool guitar lick, 'The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell' is an out and out rocker type and it wouldn't have been out of place on 'Earthling', its the least likeable track on the album, 'New Angles Of Promise'is 80's reflective harking back to the likeness of The Banshees.....nice, 'Brilliant Adventure' is not quite as good as 'Crystal Japan, but it loops to satisfaction, and finaly, the album closes with 'The Dreamers'(could also be a movie title)providing us with a melodic climber, taking you out of the whole art of Bowie things. He's looking good, playing good live sets and this album will keep you tick tock 'till the next time round.

More Information
Condition New
Format LP, LP, 180 Gram
Label Columbia
Artist David Bowie
Color Black