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  • Breaking Glass Lyrics: Baby, I've been / Breaking glass in your room again / Listen / Don't look at the carpet / I drew something awful on it / See / You're such a wonderful person / But you got.
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  • Song MeaningMy understanding, is Breaking Glass was written during Bowie's residence in Berlin (the "Low" album on which it appears being one of the three albums written & produced there - Station to Station, Low & of Bowie's most introspective albums, sometimes referred to as "The Berlin Trilogy"), during which time, it is well documented, Bowie 5/5(2).
  • David Bowie / Hammersmith Apollo Bowies Longest Ever Concert / 3CDR. in s, David Bowie, Uxbridge /03/02 Views. David Bowie / Hammersmith Apollo Bowies Longest Ever Concert / 3CDR / Uxbridge Translated Text: Carling Apollo, Hammersmith, London, UK 2nd October PERFECT SOUND(from Original Masters) Breaking Glass .
  • Feb 10,  · Breaking Glass. Breaking Glass (extended single, ). Breaking Glass (live, ). Breaking Glass (live, ). Breaking Glass (live, ). Breaking Glass (live, ). Breaking Glass (live, ). Breaking Glass (live, ). Interviewed a quarter-century after he made Low, David Bowie griped about its alleged influences. Not just Low being called Bowie's .
  • Sep 27,  · Initially released in the UK in January on the ground-breaking LOW album, the studio version of Breaking Glass was co-written by Bowie, bassist George Murray and drummer Dennis Davis. A longer, reworked version of the song was a staple of the Isolar II Tour, and a live version from that tour was used as the lead track on the original live.
  • May 24,  · ‎Hi, hello and welcome to Breaking Glass - The Bowie Catalogue. Old friends and Bowie enthusiasts Mike and Adam sit down to discuss each album in turn. Discussing their favourite songs, the projects that didn't work so well and some tracks that are truly bizarre. Join them as they muse at length abou.