Hunky Dory is the fourth studio album by English musician David Bowie. It was released on 17 December 1971 under RCA records, his first to do so.


Track listing

  1. Changes
  2. Oh! You Pretty Things
  3. Eight Line Poem
  4. Life on Mars?
  5. Kooks
  6. Quicksand
  7. Fill Your Heart
  8. Andy Warhol
  9. Song for Bob Dylan
  10. Queen Bitch
  11. The Bewlay Brothers

Bonus tracks on 1990 Rykodisc CD

  1. Bombers (1990 mix)
  2. The Supermen (1971 version)
  3. Quicksand (1971 demo)
  4. The Bewlay Brothers (alternate mix)

Development

In 1971, he visited america, where he wrote roughly 30 songs influenced by american artists. Half of these songs went into his next album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, where half went into this album. It is considered to be one of his best by many.

Personnel

  • David Bowie – vocals, guitar, alto and tenor saxophone, piano ("Oh! You Pretty Things", "Eight Line Poem")
  • Mick Ronson – guitar, vocals, Mellotron, arrangements
  • Trevor Bolder – bass guitar, trumpet
  • Mick Woodmansey – drums
  • Rick Wakeman – piano

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References

Navigation

Albums (ve)
Studio albums: David Bowie (1967) • David Bowie (1969) • The Man Who Sold the World (1970) • Hunky Dory (1971) • The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972) • Aladdin Sane (1973) • Pin Ups (1973) • Diamond Dogs (1974) • Young Americans (1975) • Station to Station (1976) • Low (1977) • "Heroes" (1977) • Lodger (1979) • Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) (1980) • Let's Dance (1983) • Tonight (1984) • Never Let Me Down (1987) • Black Tie White Noise (1993) • 1. Outside (1995) • Earthling (1997) • 'hours...' (1999) • Heathen (2002) • Reality (2003) • The Next Day (2013) • Blackstar (2016)
Hunky Dory (ve)
"Changes" • "Oh! You Pretty Things" • "Eight Line Poem" • "Life on Mars?" • "Kooks" • "Quicksand" • "Fill Your Heart" • "Andy Warhol" • "Song for Bob Dylan" • "Queen Bitch" • "The Bewlay Brothers"

Bonus tracks on 1990 Rykodisc CD: "Bombers" (1990 mix) • "The Supermen" (1971 version) • "Quicksand" (1971 demo) • "The Bewlay Brothers" (alternate version)

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