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The Width Of A Circle - David Bowie - The Collection (CD)

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  1. The Man Who Sold the World, an Album by David Bowie. Released 25 September on Parlophone (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Glam Rock.
  2. Written-By – David Bowie: 2: The Width Of A Circle Written-By – David Bowie: 3: Andy Warhol Written-By – David Bowie: 4: Soul Love Written-By – David Bowie: 5: Cracked Actor Written-By – David Bowie: 6: Sweet Thing Written-By – David Bowie: 7: Somebody Up There Likes Me Written-By – David Bowie.
  3. The Width of a Circle This song is by David Bowie and appears on the album The Man Who Sold the World () on the live album David Live ().
  4. “The Width Of A Circle” is the opening track of Bowie’s third studio album, The Man Who Sold the World. At eight minutes' length, it is the longest track on the album and one of the longest.
  5. Song Review by Dave Thompson [+] An unlikely choice for Bowie's first ever Russian hit single, around , "The Width of a Circle" was the eight-minute epic which opened, and set the tone for, 's The Man Who Sold the World album.
  6. May 01,  · DAVID BOWIE THE COLLECTION. 01 Unwashed And Somewhat Slightly Dazed ~ From Space Oddity 02 The Width Of A Circle ~ From The Man Who Sold The World 03 Andy Warhol ~ From Hunky Dory 04 Soul Love ~ From The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars 05 Cracked Actor ~ From Aladdin Sane 06 Sweet Thing ~ From Diamond Dogs.
  7. DAVID BOWIE - Man Who Sold The World Album Lyrics; 1. After All: 2. All the Madmen: 3. Black Country Rock: 4. Running Gun Blues: 5. Saviour Machine: 6. She Shook Me Cold: 7. The Man Who Sold the World: 8. The Supermen: 9. The Width of a Circle.
  8. The Man Who Sold the World, an Album by David Bowie. Released in on EMI (catalog no. CDP 79 2; CD). Genres: Glam Rock.
  9. In the corner of the morning in the past I would sit and blame the master first and last All the roads were straight and narrow And the prayers were small and yellow And the rumour spread that I was aging fast Then I ran across a monster who was sleeping By a tree And I looked and frowned and the monster was me Well, I said hello and I said hello And I asked, why not, and I replied, I don't.

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