Young Americans (2016 Remastered Version)

// July 4th, 2019 // David Bowie
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Breakout from David Bowie’s “Who Can I Be Now? 1974-1976” Box Set.  Originally released on RCA RS 1006 (U.K.) / AQL1-0998 (U.S.) on 7th March, 1975.

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2 Responses to “Young Americans (2016 Remastered Version)”

  1. Anonymous says:

    There Was Nothing Plastic About David Bowie’s Soul There was nothing plastic about David Bowie’s soul. Young Americans is more than a passionate, soulful, sexy, and breathtaking nod to Bowie’s love for soul and R&B music, but is a testament to his remarkable talent as well to the talents of the people on this record – Carlos Alomar, Mike Garson, Ava Cherry, Robin Clark, Luther Vandross, Earl Slick, and Dennis Davis, to name a few – who make it the masterpiece that it is. This is sort of underrated in some ways for some reason when it is really…

  2. Anonymous says:

    This Crossover Masterpiece Is An Absolute Must! Right after become part of the soul music scene when he embraced The Philly Soul Sound when he was in Philadelphia promoting his Diamond Dogs world tour in 1974, David Bowie would present his “Plastic Soul” persona to the music world that had produce this highly acclaimed masterpiece the following year. Released in 1975 to critical and commercial acclaim, Young Americans came as a shock to some upon it’s release when he showcased his blue-eyed soul which…

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