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David Bowie - ChangesOneBowie   

Changesonebowie was David Bowie's first widely-selling compilation album, issued by RCA Records in 1976. It collected songs from the 1969-1976 period, including the first LP appearance of "John, I'm Only Dancing". A 'sax version' of this song, cut during the Aladdin Sane sessions in 1973, appeared on the first 1000 copies of the UK pressing (these can be identified by the lack of the RCA logo in the upper-right corner of the cover). Later pressings of ChangesOne featured the original version of the single that had been recorded and released in 1972. The US LP contains this original version as well. Two of the tracks, "Ziggy Stardust" and "Suffragette City", had never been released as singles when Changesonebowie was issued, though the former had been the B-side of "The Jean Genie" in November 1972 and the latter would be released as an A-side in July 1976 to help promote the compilation. The cover shot was taken by Tom Kelley, who took the famous nude calendar photographs of Marilyn Monroe on red velvet in 1949. In 2003, the album was ranked number 425 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

Tracks

  • A1)   Space Oddity
  • A2)   John, I'm Only Dancing
  • A3)   Changes
  • A4)   Ziggy Stardust
  • A5)   Suffragette City
  • A6)   The Jean Genie
  • B1)   Diamond Dogs
  • B2)   Rebel Rebel
  • B3)   Young Americans
  • B4)   Fame
  • B5)   Golden Years

Track listing above is from 1983-Jan-01 | Germany | RCA - PL 81732 LP

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