|A||Life On Mars
Arranged By, Conductor – Chris WalkerWritten-By – David Bowie
|B||Down By The Stream
Arranged By, Conductor – Nick IngmanWritten-By – K. J. Sargon*, P. J. Sargon*
|EMI 2305||The King's Singers||Life On Mars (7", Single)||EMI||EMI 2305||UK||1975|
A 2016 mix of "Life on Mars?" appeared on the compilation album Legacy (The Very Best of David Bowie) and was released as a single. The mix, by its original producer Ken Scott, is 'stripped down' and has only strings, piano and Bowie's vocals. On 31 January 1975 The King's Singers recorded an arrangement of Life on Mars? by Christopher Walker at Abbey Road Studios, which was released by EMI as a single, and on the group's albums "Keep on Changing" and "For Your Pleasure". Anni-Frid Lyngstad, who achieved international success as one of the members of ABBA, recorded a Swedish version titled "Liv på Mars?" (with Swedish lyrics by Owe Junsjö), included on her 1975 solo album Frida ensam. Select "2016" in the "Anno" drop-down menu. Select "Life on Mars?" in the "Filtra" field. Select "Singoli online" under "Sezione".
The King's Singers are a British a cappella vocal ensemble founded in 1968. They are named after King's College in Cambridge, England, where the group was formed by six choral scholars. In the United Kingdom, their popularity peaked in the 1970s and early 1980s. Thereafter they began to reach a wider American audience, appearing frequently on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson in the United States.
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Life On Mars?" uses practically the same chords as "My Way" and the Hunky Dory linear notes state that the song is "inspired by Frankie. In 2008, Bowie recalled writing this song to the Mail on Sunday: "This song was so easy. Being young was easy. And for many years after I bought the album I thought he was singing, "There's lemons on sale again. Gordon from Logansport, InNO. Thomas from Perth, Australia"Is there life on Mars?" is probably a rhetorical question implying that as there's not much happening here on earth, I hope there's life some place else.
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Life on Mars" as written by David Bowie. Lyrics powered by LyricFind. But by the end of the chorus, one line throws us off completely: Wonder if he’ll ever know he’s in the best selling show. Why would an actor not know he or she was in a movie? By bestselling show, it seems he means the movie that is our life, the drama that takes up our daily lives. This is deliberately confusing. He chose to talk about two things at the same time on purpose. The last line in the chorus, Is there life on Mars, can be seen as a very clever reference to Orson Welles’s broadcast of War of the Worlds
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