David Bowie D.J. – Repetition (1979 France) estimated value € 11,00

David Bowie D.J. – Repetition (1979 France) estimated value € 11,00

“DJ” is a song by English musician David Bowie, released on his 1979 album Lodger, and then as a single on 29 June 1979.

A cynical comment on the cult of the DJ, the track is noted for Adrian Belew’s guitar solo, which was recorded in multiple takes, and then mixed back together for the album track. In a biography of Talking Heads, it is said this song was an attempt by Bowie to sing like David Byrne, who was befriending Brian Eno at the time. The single was an edited version, but was still possibly too uncommercial for substantial chart success – it peaked at No. 29 in the UK and No. 106 on the Billboard Bubbling Under the Hot 100 chart in the US.

Track listing
side A. D.J. 3:20
side B. Repetition 2:58

Description
Label: RCA Records / PB-9412 (France)
Format: Vinyl, 7″, 45 RPM, Single
Country: Switzerland
Released: 29 June 1979
Recorded at: Mountain, Montreux,
Recorded date: September 1978

Media Condition: Near Mint (NM)
Sleeve Condition: Near Mint (NM)
ring wear: No
All three seams looking perfect: Yes
Picture sleeve looks near mint: Yes
creases or folds: No
stamps or writing: No

Production credits
Producers:
Tony Visconti
David Bowie

Musicians:
David Bowie: Vocals, Chamberlin, Piano
Adrian Belew: Guitar
Carlos Alomar: Guitar
George Murray: Bass Guitar
Dennis Davis: Drums
Simon House: Violin
Brian Eno: Synthesizer on “Repetition”

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