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The Laughing Gnome - David Bowie - Images 1966 - 1967 (Vinyl, LP)

8 thoughts on “ The Laughing Gnome - David Bowie - Images 1966 - 1967 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Faukazahn says:
    Mar 03,  · referencing Images - , 2xLP, Comp, SDM / Personally I think this is the best way to have the pre-Oddity Bowie material on LP. Quality is enhanced by fewer tracks per side, spread across two discs (other collections of this period seem to cram more per side on to one LP).4/5().
  2. Zulkit says:
    The Laughing Gnome This song is by David Bowie and appears on the compilation album Deram Anthology ().
  3. Zulkilkis says:
    Entering the same chart in September, Bowie's novelty record from , "The Laughing Gnome", reached No. 6. Pin Ups, a collection of covers of his s favourites, followed in October, producing a UK No. 3 hit in his version of the McCoys's "Sorrow" and itself peaking at number one, making David Bowie the best-selling act of in the UK.
  4. Mezishicage says:
    The Laughing Gnome Lyrics: I was walking down the high street / When I heard footsteps behind me / And there was a little old man (Hello!) / In scarlet and gray, chuckling away / Well, he trotted.
  5. Virn says:
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  6. Bragami says:
    Images – is a compilation album by English singer-songwriter David Bowie. It comprises his first long player release as a solo artist for Deram Records, titled David Bowie, released in , and various singles and B-sides recorded for Deram during and
  7. Doushakar says:
    "The Laughing Gnome" was written by David Bowie, and released as a single in It is a very silly novelty song, with humorous lyrics, and a very catchy melody. The part of the gnome was performed by David with a sped-up voice, much like the singing Chipmunks. Near the end of the song, David cracks up laughing.5/5(5).
  8. Dole says:
    David Bowie released a live performance of the song as a single in the UK in ; the recording was taken from Bowie's live album David Live. The B-side, "Panic in Detroit", was not on that album but was from the same concert. It was added to the release of the album. "Knock on Wood" (Eddie Floyd, Steve Cropper) –

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