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David Bowie

Warszawa (6:23)

"Warszawa" is a mostly instrumental song by David Bowie, co-written with Brian Eno and originally released in 1977 on the album Low.

The arrangement is meant to evoke the desolation of Warsaw at the time of Bowie's visit in 1973. The mysterious lyrics and the piece of melody in the middle part of the song are based upon a recording of a Polish folk choir "Śląsk". Probably this theme based on the melody and words of the…

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  • classic
  • I love all of Bowie's instrumentals but this is by far my favorite. Hauntingly beautiful.
  • The first time I heard this, I was blown away. Possibly the greatest thing Bowie has ever done. The entire Side 2 of Low is just ... stunning.
  • Favourite track of all time.
  • "I'm in a scary cave with bats"
  • So relaxing. Beautiful song.
  • Skeletal garden slowly blooming
  • holy shit
  • Its eargasm!
  • Love it. I've heard it for the first time in "Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo" movie. This track blends perfectly with the atmosphere of film.

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