23 Songs, 1 Hour 21 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The last work that David Bowie created before his death, this stage show works as creative capstone and career autobiography. While most rock musicals neuter their source material, Bowie’s classic songs thrive as theatrical reinventions, whether the gentle electronica of “The Man Who Sold The World” or the swinging country-R&B of “Changes.” His creative spirit is present even when he’s not, but the five personal performances—comprising his final studio recordings—are a towering, otherworldly experience.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The last work that David Bowie created before his death, this stage show works as creative capstone and career autobiography. While most rock musicals neuter their source material, Bowie’s classic songs thrive as theatrical reinventions, whether the gentle electronica of “The Man Who Sold The World” or the swinging country-R&B of “Changes.” His creative spirit is present even when he’s not, but the five personal performances—comprising his final studio recordings—are a towering, otherworldly experience.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
20 Ratings
20 Ratings
MissMollyMurray ,

THANK YOU DAVID

They had to record this on the day they found out David Bowie sadly passed away... what an amazing cast to do this and how brilliant do they sound!

Lectriceye ,

Fantastic love it

This album is beautiful although difficult to hear David singing considering the subject matter. I feel truly blessed to call myself a fan. This is a lovely part of the legacy and the first time I've enjoyed heroes.

Peter From Leeds ,

Superb!!

The Lazarus Cast Began Recording This Soundtrack On Jan 11th...............The Following Day After Bowie Had Passed away............And In Their Re workings You Can Tell How Emotional It Must have been..............2 Tracks Are Slight Departures From The Originals......"This Is Not America" and "The Man who Sold The World" They Apart........The Rest Are VERY Respectfully Recreated.......Michael C Hall Really DOES Sound Errily Like The Main Man!!! SUPERB!!!!!

The NEW Bowie Tracks On Disc 2----------------"No Plan" Clearly Hints at the Fact He Knew Time Was Limited...........a BEAUTIFUL Song, And Sopie Anne Caruso"s Version On The main Album Is Equally Beautiful................."Killing a Little Time" By BOTH Bowie And Indeed Michael C Hall..............Is The Stand Out Song Of The 2 Discs..............
"When I Met You" To me......Sounds Like a "Next Day" Off Cut............I may be Wrong But It Just Sounds Like That Situation
VERY IMPRESSIVE

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