Now there you go. This is another Bowie related photo, and it might be the last of this particular series of pictures I took in this setting a few weeks ago. If you're following this you already saw slides some other slides from this.
Anyway - today it is 'Heathen' spinning on my player. And YES, the record's really playing again this time around (Don't know why it did not on the Blackstar-post, just happened).
I got 'Heathen' in altogether three different versions. I initially bought the regular CD edition, but later switched to the extended version with a second CD containing various additional material, among others the 'Moby' Remix of 'Sunday', which I like a lot. I later gave the regular CD version to my mother, who is by now 64 but quite young in spirits and likes DB a lot, too, and she has been enjoying it ever since.
Anyway - pictured here you see the Friday Music limited edition on coloured blue vinyl. Which is my preferred way to enjoy this album these days. I consider 'Heathen' one of Bowie's best. Likes always tend to change with this versatile artist, something depending - with me - quite on my own personal mood and circumstances, and this being quite conforming with his ever-changing interests and ways to transport his art and creative thoughts.
BUT - Heathen kind of stays with me through all this, just like 'Station To Station' and also 'Aladdin Sane' and 'Reality', and the 90ies stuff a bit as well. I just keep coming back to them and always and constantly enjoy these albums. 'Heathen' is a work of art, and yet it never failed to impress me when played. Magic.