Every single album served as a reinvention or himself, as well as an innovation of musical creation and execution. Not to be outdone by his own recordings, Bowie also takes his material and reinvents it again depending on what he was doing musically in any given decade. For example, "Fame" morphed from the disco seventies to the big, layered sound of the eighties to the industrial noise of the nineties.
How does one even begin to pay musical tribute to an ever-changing artist?
San Francisco-based Rebel Rebel seek to tackle such a task with their own brand of fearless experimentation and reckless abandon. With Rebel Rebel, the emphasis is on adventure and feeling over simply recreating a song.
Mixing well-known tunes with deep album cuts, Rebel Rebel seeks to entertain both the casual listener and die-hard Bowie fanatic.
You know the songs. You've loved them for years...