I Don’t Know Where I’m Going From Here, But I Promise It Won’t Be Boring

Can someone so transcendent truly leave us? A playlist devoted to David Bowie.

Even the reporter seemed to have a difficult time digesting the news early this morning. His voice unsure, questioning, as he announced “It appears that, according to the artist’s website, David Bowie has passed away at 69.” Even then, the news made official by that most official of news outlets — the BBC — it felt like a joke. A hoax. Could someone so ethereal actually be felled by something so human as death? It seems so, yes, but judging by reactions the world over, David Bowie will live on in all of us. Those he touched with his music, his art, his pure gorgeous fearlessness. Ever evolving, ever transcending. Encouraging the weirdos of the world (author included) with his ‘anthems for the alienated’, as NPR so aptly put it.

So today, in honor of this most influential superhuman, the man who fell to earth, blast the playlist below and give thanks that you got to be alive at the same time as David Bowie.

The truth is of course is that there is no journey. We are arriving and departing all at the same time.” — David Bowie

+ Please share your favorite Bowie song in the comments and I’ll be sure to add it to the playlist

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I’m just so heartbroken.

shar

a true rock n roll hero.
thank you for your music David Bowie

Kristen G

In honor of him, Heroes.

Rebel Rebel.

Dorothy

I felt the impact immediately; sad and stunned. He has been a part of our lives and given us such treasure. Go well David; we will always love you.

Charlotte

The prettiest star, always.

“And the stars look very different today…”

Heartbroken.

Zoe
http://www.bohomixology.com

michelle

Is it on my end or on this site, but pharmeceutical drug names show as hyperlinks throughout the stories?

lilly

one of my favorites was I’m Afraid of Americans.