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9 thoughts on “ Rubber Band - David Bowie - Love You Till Tuesday (Cassette)

  1. About Rubber Band "Rubber Band" is a single by David Bowie. The single was released in the UK in December , and marked the start of Bowie's recording contract with Deram which would include his first album, ’s David Bowie. It was part of the three-track audition tape Bowie's new manager Kenneth Pitt used to persuade the label to sign him.
  2. Love You Till Tuesday - Starring David Bowie All titles published by Westminster Music Limited except [Rubber Band] Cooper Music. (C) Kenneth Pitt Limited Colour Electronically Enhanced Stereo Soundtrack Running time 28 mins. approx Manufactured for PolyGram inc and distributed by PolyGram Distribution Inc. - Made in Canada5/5(2).
  3. " Rubber Band " is a single by David Bowie. The single was released in the UK in December , and marked the start of Bowie's recording contract with Deram which would include his first album, ’s David Bowie. It was part of the three-track audition tape Bowie's new manager Kenneth Pitt used to persuade the label to sign him.
  4. Rubber Band Lyrics: Rubber Band / There's a rubber band that plays tunes out of tune / In the library garden Sunday afternoon / While a little chappie waves a golden wand / Rubber Band / In , I.
  5. Love You Till Tuesday (Mono) Lyrics: Just look through your window, look who sits outside / Little me is waiting, standing through the night / When you'll walk out through your door I'll wave my.
  6. Bowie’s showpiece film Love You till Tuesday took its name from the song, which also featured over the opening credits. It was Recorded initially on 25 February and re-recorded on 3.
  7. David Bowie - Rubber Band - David Bowie - Love You Till Tuesday - David Bowie - There Is a Happy Land - David Bowie - We Are Hungry Men - David Bowie - When I Live My Dream - David Bowie - Little Bombardier - David Bowie - Silly Boy Blue.
  8. Love You Till Tuesday was a promotional film designed to showcase the talents of David Bowie, made in The film was an attempt by Bowie’s manager, Kenneth Pitt, to bring Bowie to a wider audience.

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