Lady Stardust




Lady Stardust

Lady Stardust. " Lady Stardust " is a song written by English singer-songwriter David Bowie that appeared on the album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (). Co-produced by Ken Scott, Bowie recorded it with his backing band the Spiders from Mars – comprising Mick Ronson, Trevor Bolder and Mick Woodmansey.

 · Rare footage of David Bowie performing 'Lady Stardust' at the Rainbow Theatre, London in August , as well as clips from other performances in and so.

Lady Stardust. " Lady Stardust " is a song written by English singer-songwriter David Bowie that appeared on the album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (). Co-produced by Ken Scott, Bowie recorded it with his backing band the Spiders from Mars – comprising Mick Ronson, Trevor Bolder and Mick Woodmansey.

Lady Stardust sang his songs of darkness and dismay And he was alright The band was altogether Yes, he was alright The song went on forever And he was awful nice Really quite paradise, and he sang All night, all night long Ooh, how I sighed When they asked if I knew his name Oh, it was alright The band was altogether Yes, he was alright.

"Lady Stardust" is a song written by David Bowie that appeared on the album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (). The song is generally interpreted as alluding to fellow glam rock icon Marc Bolan. The original demo version was entitled "He Was Alright (A Song for Marc)." A 4-track demo version of the song was.


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  1.  · “Lady Stardust” acts as both a tongue-in-cheek tribute to Marc Bolan and an account of Ziggy Stardust’s musical and artistic inspiration. The song describes an androgynous man, desired by.

  2.  · ‘Lady Stardust’ was perhaps his most explicit statement yet of his gender fluidity. From the outset his protagonist was given a female name, but the pronoun ‘he’ throughout. Lady Stardust is initially a figure of mockery and intrigue – he is laughed at for his long hair and “animal grace”, stared at for wearing make-up – but once he starts singing men and women alike are drawn to Lady ted Reading Time: 3 mins.

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