Rocket man inspired by Bowie Credit: The Associated Press

Rocket Man was released in 1972, in Elton John‘s album Honkey Chateau. Written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin, it was an immediate success. So much that according to Rolling Stone magazine it’s the 245th the best song in the world. Despite being released in the 1970s, in 2016 it received the silver record from… Read More

 Knock on Wood was perhaps the most famous song in the world in the 1970s. Drawn to the ultimate success by Amii Steward’s amazing performance in 1978, maybe not everyone knows that the song was written almost a decade earlier, in 1966, by Eddy Floyd and Steve Copper, who recorded it as a single. Many… Read More

I am afraid of Americans was written in 1995 by the two colleagues/friends but was published in 1997 on Bowie’s Earthling album. And when David Bowie and Brian Eno come into play, you already know that you’ll hear great music But let’s take a small step backwards. America is a country that has always inspired Bowie,… Read More

Under Pressure Let’s talk about Freddie Mercury and the amazing Under Pressure. It was published in 1981 signed by The Queen and David Bowie. Later was part of 1982 Hot Space album and reached #1 in UK. The birth of the song Try to imagine a recording studio where eclectic characters such as David Bowie and Freddie Mercury… Read More