This one is obvious! please everybody let me know what you think. My mother was just saying what a beautiful man he was and how overnight he became hideously bloated and not just that, but his whole demeanor and image changed...he has lost his talent, charisma and seems to behave like a robot!
And I am not just referring to his teeth, young David's which were awful and the Replacement's obvious fake dental plate.
And please don't tell me not to make a new thread, that is what this forum is for!!
This one is a study in something otherworldly. I have wondered if the real David Bowie was a human being, but replaced by an reptillian/alien. There has been such a strange persona of the "man who fell to earth", Ziggy Stardust and all of the otherworldly songs that he performed with that persona. Just very peculiar that the replacement was from space and performed as a human for a time. As for the latter day Fowie...just a shell of the former flamboyant stage persona.
Could he have been part of a time travel experiment???
I would certainly agree that the "Fowie" character of the early 70's was an experiment from space. Perhaps the Fowie that had fame with the "Let's Dance" album in the early 80's was a more down to earth replacement...
The thing that struck me, and you may think this is way out....but there was a time there, and I'm thinking it was in the mid 70's that the "Fowie" imposter of that era seemed very feminine. Now this is way out...but then so is the David Bowie brand. It occurred to me a transgender woman, becoming a man playing that really feminine period of Bowie-dom.
Because the Fowie that appeared in the early 80's, the one that was shown with the "let's dance" videos...I'm thinking about '83, that a more masculine Fowie appeared, as much "masculine" as he could get...because there always seemed androgynous thing going on, but I'm talking more like a man than the Space Oddity character.
There was the story about his wife at the time Angie finding Bowie and Jagger in bed. But the brand seems to be more "straight" at this time with wife Iman. Not that it really means anything, but like Faul's taste in women drastically different than the women linked with the real Paul, the taste in women seem to also change with the different Fowie....
Not that my "take" is any significant answer, but it's just an interesting thing I noticed.