David Bowie - China Girl • In Retrospective View Mixes FLAC album
China Girl" is a song co-written by David Bowie and Iggy Pop during their years in Berlin, first appearing on Pop's album The Idiot (1977).
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Official video for China Girl by David Bowie. I'm feeling tragic like I'm Marlon Brando When I look at my China Girl I could pretend that nothing really meant too much When I look at my China Girl I stumble into town just like a sacred cow Visions of swastikas in my head Plans for everyone Its in the white of my eyes. My little china girl You shouldn't mess with me I'll ruin everything you are I'll give you television I'll give you eyes of blue I'll give you a man who wants to rule the world. And when I get excited My little China Girl says Oh baby, Just you shut your mouth She says.
In 1976, David Bowie and Iggy Pop co-wrote China Girl while in France just prior to their Berlin Era. The song itself originally appeared on Iggy’s 1977 album The Idiot, which was co-written with Bowie. This version, however, was recorded much later by David for his 1983 Let’s Dance album. Nile Rodgers produced the track and it was released as the record’s second single, which reached in The UK and in The US. It is believed that Bowie released his own version of the song to aid Iggy Pop’s financial situation
Bowie released China Girl as a single in 1983, with a more commercial arrangement. Iggy released the best version of China Gir in 2017 in his Live at the Royal Albert Hall album with guitarist Josh Homme and some of the Artic Monkeys backing them. Bruce from San Jose, Calif. Marlow from Perthdavid bowie had actual sex with the young girl in the filmclip though the girl was 16 and consented. Leya Qwest from Anchorage, AkThanks, Micello of Auckland, for that random fact. The girl in the vid always fascinated me, seeing her tell David to shut his mouth.
Taken from the EMI America Album "Let's Dance" AML 3029. Other Versions (5 of 43) View All. Cat.
David Bowie – China Girl. China Girl" as written by James Osterberg David Bowie. Lyrics powered by LyricFind. Song MeaningThis is an Iggy Pop song written in 1977 with David Bowie for his album "The Idiot", which Bowie plays on. Iggy Pop was using China White a lot back then and this song is about his addiction to it. Anyone who thinks this song is actually about a real woman has no idea what they are talking about.
Though originally written by David Bowie with Iggy Pop for the American singer's late seventies comeback, "China Girl" gained a new interpretation and much greater commercial success when Bowie used it on his smash Let's Dance album. Following the title track up the charts worldwide, it was a prime example of early eighties mainstream music done right, with Nile Rodgers' production bringing out the funk just enough among cool, icy keyboards. Bowie himself tackles Pop's lyrics well, taking a calm, restrained approach for the most part but letting fly once or twice brilliantly. As was noted at the time, it was unlikely any other singer could have delivered the line "visions of swaztikas in my head" with such exultance (though thankfully not in celebration, even if the implicit critique of orientalism in the lyrics isn't totally spelled out).
China Girl" is a song written by Iggy Pop and David Bowie during their years in Berlin, first appearing on Pop's debut solo album The Idiot (1977). The song became more widely known when it was re-recorded by Bowie, who released it as the second single from his most commercially successful album, Let's Dance (1983). The UK single release of Bowie's version reached No. 2 for one week on 14 June 1983, while the US release reached No. 10.
Artista: David Bowie. Traducciones: Alemán, Croata, Español, Francés, Griego, Húngaro. I could escape this feeling with my China girl. I feel a wreck without my little China girl. I hear her heart beating loud as thunder. I'm a mess without my little China girl. Wake up in the morning - where's my little China girl? I hear her heart's beating loud as thunder. I'm feelin' tragic like I'm Marlon Brando. When I look at my China girl.
|1||China Girl (Remastered Single Version)||4:17|
|2||China Girl [Live Vancouver '83]||4:56|
|3||China Girl (Riff & Vox Club Mix)||7:08|
|4||China Girl (Remastered Long Version)||5:33|
|5||China Girl [Live Montreal '87]||5:27|
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|none||David Bowie||China Girl (2xFile, AAC, Single, RE, RM, 256)||Parlophone||none||US||2009|
|GOOD 11||David Bowie||China Girl (Long Version) (12", Maxi)||EMI America||GOOD 11||New Zealand||1983|
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