Naw don't apologise, there is nothing to be sorry for. I was maybe just in a little down spot when I watched it last night? I dunno, he is just one of a few people that I haven't been able to let go of. You know how some people come into your life and really become a huge part of your make up without ever touching you directly?I'm glad you got some enjoyment from listening to it Flake but I'm sorry it upset you, it wasn't my intention to do that , apologies to D.J. as well for any upset. Bowie was one of those people who seemed to be around as long as I have been listening to music. I have a cousin who put me on to his music in the late 70's and while I was a full on metal head I was attracted to the richness and diversity of his music. I was lucky enough to see him in concert in 1990 here in Dublin, amazing show. And his acting, I don't think a lot of people appreciate how good an actor he was, he was excellent in The Hunger and Merry Christmas Mr.Lawrence, and his short film for Blue Jean is hilarious. Gone but immortal.
His music and movies and plays have always been with me, during the most defining and difficult times, it was his art that I turned to.
I still have Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence and watched it again not long after he left us, it was just as powerful as the first time I watched it.
You and I attended his concerts just a few years (although a world) apart. I saw in him Auckland (New Zealand) in 1987, it was my first concert and was outstanding.
Please don't feel bad, I really am glad you shared it... and I'm sorry I barfed up all over you like that.