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  1. "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" also reached No. 42 after a 1977 re-release and in 1988 reached No. 87. [46] In Ireland, "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" charted twice, first in January 1965, when it peaked at No. 2, [47] and again in December 1990, following its reissue as a double A-sided single with "Ebb Tide", when it climbed to No. 2 again.

  2. "Rock 'n' Roll with Me" (1974) "Young Americans" (1975) "Fame" (1975) "Young Americans" is a song by English singer-songwriter David Bowie, released on 21 February 1975 by RCA Records as the lead single from his ninth studio album of the same name.Young Americans" is a song by English singer-songwriter David Bowie, released on 21 February 1975 by RCA Records as the lead single from his ninth ...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Right_(song)Right (song) - Wikipedia

    "Right" is a song by English musician David Bowie from his album Young Americans, released on 7 March 1975. Recorded on 14–18 August and 20–24 November 1974 at Sigma Sound in Philadelphia, "Right" is the last of four tracks on side one of Young Americans, and the B-side of the single "Fame", released in August 1975.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Evil_eyeEvil eye - Wikipedia

    The equivalent of the evil eye in Wolof would be the "thiat". It is believed that beautiful objects may break if enviously stared at by others. To repel the effect of the evil eye, Senegalese people may wear cowrie shell bracelets. The sea shells are said to absorb the negative energy of the thiat, and gradually darken until the bracelet breaks.

  5. George Michael (born Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou; 25 June 1963 – 25 December 2016) was an English singer, songwriter, and record producer. He is considered one of the most significant cultural icons of the MTV generation and is one of the best-selling musicians of all time , with sales of over 120 million records worldwide.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › SatanSatan - Wikipedia

    The Hebrew term śāṭān (Hebrew: שָׂטָן) is a generic noun meaning "accuser" or "adversary", and is derived from a verb meaning primarily "to obstruct, oppose". In the earlier biblical books, e.g. 1 Samuel 29:4, it refers to human adversaries, but in the later books, especially Job 1-2 and Zechariah 3, to a supernatural entity.

  7. Commentators have described the record as blue-eyed soul, although Bowie himself labelled the album's sound "plastic soul". Initial recording sessions took place following the first leg of his Diamond Dogs Tour in August 1974 at Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia with producer Tony Visconti and a variety of musicians, including guitarist ...

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