Becoming Immortal – Michael Jackson: On the Wall

“King” by Candice Breitz

“an installation consisting of 16 screens showing Jackson’s fans performing a capella the entire Thriller album”

The exhibition Michael Jackson: On the Wall, curated by Dr Nicholas Cullinan, brings together works by over forty artists, all inspired by Michael Jackson, […] Becoming Immortal – Michael Jackson: On the Wall



For more information on the exhibition Michael Jackson: On the Wall at the National Portrait Gallery UK

Bohemian Rhapsody – The Movie


Bohemian Rhapsody is a foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury, who defied stereotypes and shattered convention to become one of the most be…more  Bohemian Rhapsody – The Movie



Brooklyn Museum: David Bowie is

From album cover shoot for Aladdin Sane 1973  Photograph by Brian Duffy  Photo Duffy © Duffy Archive & the David Bowie Archive

Organized with unprecedented access to David Bowie’s personal archive, this exhibition explores the creative process of an artist whose sustained reinventions, innovative collaborations, and bold characterizations revolutionized the way we see music……

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The Brooklyn Museum is an art museum located in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. At 560,000 square feet, the museum is New York City’s second largest in physical size and holds an art collection with roughly 1.5 million works.

Kraftwerk – Trans-Europe Express

Full album + bonus tracks – 1977 Kraftwerk Made in Germany

More than 40 years since Kraftwerk recorded this studio album in 1976.  Futuristic and techno at the time and critically acclaimed to this day. 

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Trans-Europe Express has also appeared on top album lists from a variety of sources. In 2001, TV network VH1 placed Trans-Europe Express at number 56 on their list of “100 Greatest Albums (of Rock & Roll) of All Time”.[45] In 2002, Slant Magazine placed the album at number one on their list of the greatest electronic albums of the 20th century.[46]Kraftwerk Trans-Europe Express In 2003, Rolling Stone placed the album at number 253 on their list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[47] Channel 4 placed the album at number 71 on their list of top 100 Greatest albums.[48] In 2004, the online music website Pitchfork Media listed Trans-Europe Express as 6th best album of the 1970s, stating that “the day will soon come, if it hasn’t already, that Trans-Europe Express joins the ranks of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and Exile on Main Street as a record that simply cannot be written about”.[49] —

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Grace Jones – Slave to the Rhythm

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First single from Grace Jones’ 1985 album of the same name

The music video for “Slave to the Rhythm” features the hit single version of the song, billed as “Ladies and Gentlemen: Miss Grace Jones” in the album track listing. It largely consists of previously seen footage, using excerpts from Jones’ previously released music videos, “My Jamaican Guy” and “Living My Life”, as well as the A One Man Show documentary. Included are also still pictures of some of the singer’s most iconic looks and the Citroën CX TV advertisement.[6] No new footage of Jones herself was filmed for the video, which features a spoken voice-overs from actor Ian McShane, extracted from tracks “Jones the Rhythm” and “Operattack”. The video, of which there are several versions, was directed by Jean-Paul Goude, Jones’ boyfriend at the time.[7]Grace Jones

The video was nominated for the Best Female Video at 1986 MTV Video Music Awards, eventually losing to Whitney Houston’s “How Will I Know”.[8] It was included as a bonus on the re-release of the A One Man Show video.[9]


David Bowie Statue to Be Unveiled in English Town | Pitchfork

David Bowie at Aylesbury’s Friars in January 1972 (Michael Putland/Getty Images)
David Bowie at Aylesbury’s Friars in January 1972 (Michael Putland/Getty Images)

According to certain accounts, David Bowie is said to have debuted his Ziggy Stardust persona in the early ’70s at a club called Friars in Aylesbury, a town in Buckinghamshire, England. Honoring his legacy, Aylesbury will unveil a David Bowie statue in the town’s Market Square on Sunday, March 25, the BBC reports.

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Morrissey’s ‘Viva Hate’ Turns 30

: How His Solo Debut Predicted His Post-Smiths Career

‘Viva Hate’ captures the uncertain first steps of an unlikely pop star who’d only formed The Smiths because Johnny Marr knocked on his door one day and coaxed him out of his bedroom. Morrissey’s ‘Viva Hate’ Turns 30: How His Solo Debut Predicted His Post-Smiths Career

Peter Godwin – Images of Heaven

Images of (Fashion) Heaven | Peter Godwin (Klara Tavakoli Goesche)

Published on Aug 11, 2010

One of the most exciting flashbacks to an all-time favorite of mine from the early 1980’s.  The retro 60’s and 70’s fashion footage is great.

Images of Heaven in HD quality sound uploaded on YouTube by Marc D is worth checking out…

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The One – Kylie Minogue (Freemasons Vocal Club Mix)



One of my all time favorites from  Freemasons – and especially with Kylie Minogue !


The video images are fantastic and make for an awesome music and visual experience.   

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Kylie Minogue – The One (Freemasons Vocal Club Mix)

Awesome dance track and video ! 

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The One - Kylie Minogue Freemasons Mix YouTube