The Daily Bowie #54 - "5:15 The Angels Have Gone"
Why did I think I could do TWO daily blog features when I can barely do one?
So here we are again with The Daily Bowie that is no longer daily. Two days since the last post.
Heathen - WIKI
FROM PUSHING AHEAD OF THE DAME: "5:15 The Angels Have Gone":
“5:15 The Angels Have Gone” is also a curtain-raiser for “Heathen”: it’s a world deserted by God, or at least a world whose inhabitants have gotten rather sick of Him. “A man who could once see his angels—hopes and aspirations, maybe?—can’t see them anymore,” Bowie described the song to Billboard in 2002, “and he blames the crushing dumbness of life for it.”
"5:15 The Angels Have Gone" - HEATHEN - 2002
Rest in peace, David. We miss you.
- Bloggery committed by chris tower - 1603.20 - 7:00
NOTE ON WHY THE DAILY BOWIE IS NO LONGER DAILY: For 53 days, I completed daily Bowie posts. My schedule is too demanding to make a post every day, so this will now be a feature that is called The Daily Bowie, but it will not be daily. I will post as I can. I will post often. But if I miss a day, I will skip it. Otherwise, I get in the position of making five Bowie posts all in one day, and that's a lot of Bowie for people to swallow all at once... (yeah, leaving that badly phrased, innuendo packed statement. I bet Bowie would have laughed at it).