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  1. La discografía del músico británico de rock David Bowie consiste en veinticinco álbumes de estudio, nueve en directo, cuarenta y seis recopilatorios, seis EP, ciento diez sencillos y tres bandas sonoras.El intérprete también publicó trece vídeos y cincuenta y nueve videoclips.Nacido como David Jones, el debut del artista fue el sencillo de 1964 «Liza Jane» de Davie Jones & the King Bees.

  2. Bowie's own studio version, recorded in December 1972 during the sessions for Aladdin Sane, went unreleased until 1995 when it appeared in mono on the album Rarestonebowie.It was subsequently included, again in mono, on The Best of David Bowie 1969/1974, the 2-disc US version of Best of Bowie, and the 30th Anniversary edition of Aladdin Sane.

  3. La discografia di David Bowie consiste in 25 album studio come solista e 2 con il gruppo dei Tin Machine di cui ha fatto parte (lo stesso Bowie prima di morire, in una lettera a Brian Eno, parla del suo ultimo lavoro come il suo 25°), 23 Album live, 51 raccolte, 10 EP, 120 singoli e 4 colonne sonore. Il debutto del musicista di Brixton si ha con il singolo Liza Jane dei Davie Jones & the King ...

  4. David Bowie (1947–2016) was an English singer-songwriter who recorded over 400 different songs in a career which spanned six decades. Bowie worked with numerous artists throughout his career, including producers Tony Visconti, Brian Eno and singer Iggy Pop, and was the primary songwriter for most of his songs; he recorded cover versions of songs by artists including the Who, the Pretty ...

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