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Pink Thing of the Day: David Bowie Quote on Book Spines

David Bowie Quote on Book Spines
Photo By Gail

This quote by the late great David Bowie — “Tomorrow Belongs to Those Who Can Hear it Coming” — gets a vibrant new life when printed on the spines of horizontally stacked book that have been wrapped in pink paper or vinyl. According to this source, “Tomorrow belongs to those who can hear it coming” was the slogan David Bowie coined to promote Heroes, the second installment of his great Berlin album trilogy. It neatly captures one of his most important talents: to intuit the future and draw it forward into the popular culture of the present. Continue reading Pink Thing of the Day: David Bowie Quote on Book Spines

Pink Thing Of The Day: Pink Panther Film Soundtrack By Henry Mancini

Pink Panther Film Soundtrack By Henry Mancini
Photo By Gail

Pink Panther Film Soundtrack Album By Henry Mancini was Photographed in the Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria Queens, New York.

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Video: David Bowie Ad on Electronic Billboard

I shot this video – a fun ad for David Bowie’s Blackstar album — while standing on the corner of 8th Avenue and 34th Street, in front of the Port Authority.

Debbie Harry Bobblehead Doll

Debbie Harry Bobblehead
Fade Away & Radiate

This fun Debbie Harry Bobblehead by Drastic Plastic — inspired by Debbie’s iconic white dress and styling on the cover of Blondie’s 1978 album, Parallel Lines — is now available for pre-order, with shipments scheduled for late October, 2013!

Sold by Aggronautix and limited to 1000 Units, this seven-inch high doll is hand numbered and highly collectible at a sale price of just $24.95. Click This Link to reserve yours!

Debbie Harry Parallel Lines Promo Poster

Elton John’s Captain Fantastic Album Goes Platinum!

Elton John Captain Fantastic Cover

On This Date, May 17th in 1975: Elton John was awarded a Platinum Record for sales of One Million copies of his Ninth studio album, Captain Fantastic and The Brown Dirt Cowboy. Captain Fantastic was the first album ever to be certified Platinum on the day of its release.