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Stay - David Bowie - Station To Station (CD, Album)

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  1. Bonus Tracks (7 & 8) recorded live at Nassau Coliseum, Long Island, NY during the Station to Station tour, March 23, This is Canadian pressed version of original Rykodisc CD. It is manufactured for Columbia Records Club in Canada and was distributed in Canada by Columbia House in Canada Columbia House/Rykodisc Cat# CRCD on CD spine /5(10).
  2. "From Station To Station"/Live Radio Broadcast album. Album is attributed to Bowie, not David Bowie. This album documents David Bowie's "Sound And Vision" tour in , and is one of three colored vinyl albums available from Coda Publishing. From Station To Station is packaged in a nice laminated sleeve, the LP is white, gram vinyl/5().
  3. Written-By – David Bowie (tracks: 1 to 5, 7, 8), Dimitri Tiomkin (tracks: 6), Ned Washington (tracks: 6) Notes Manufactured as a standard jewel case with white tray, OBI strip and with two booklets, sixteen pages with lyrics in Japanese and English and eight pages folding booklet.4/5(2).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Station To Station on Discogs. Label: EMI - 0 7,EMI - • Series: The David Bowie Series • Format: CD Album, Enhanced, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul • /5().
  5. Oct 08,  · Stay: B3: Wild Is The Wind Written-By – Dimitri Tiomkin, Ned Washington: Station To Station is my favorite David Bowie album, and I was quite surprised when earlier this year I heard that it was going to be given the Deluxe treatment. the Rykodisc reissue CD, the Virgin remastered CD and the Japanese SHM-CD /5().
  6. David Bowie ‎– Station To Station Label: RCA Victor ‎– APL1 , RCA Victor ‎– APLI, RCA ‎– APL
  7. "Stay" is a song written and recorded by English singer-songwriter David Bowie in for the album Station to Station, released in January the following year. It was based on the funky guitar lick that dominates the track and which was invented by guitarist Earl Slick during the sessions for the album.
  8. This is the second to last song in Station to Station, it is about David Bowie struggling with the monotony of drug addiction and trying to work up the courage to ask the woman he loves to stay.

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