January 11, 2016, Remembering David Bowie with love and heartache. A chronological look at Bowie's career, followed by some rare photos from my own collection from the 1980s.

UPDATED January 16 to add intro to Ashes to Ashes featuring George and outro of David saying goodbye.

"I'm in tears again when you rock and roll with me."

Apologies for some video quality. Only as good as the old sources, unfortunately. Hope you still enjoy if you're missing him, as I am.

It's No Game Pt.1
Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy
Space Oddity
Queen Bitch
Life on Mars
Moonage Daydream
Drive-In Saturday
Wild-Eyed Boy from Freecloud/All the Young Dudes/Oh! You Pretty Things
Rock n Roll Suicide
We Are the Dead
Young Americans
Somebody Up There Likes Me
Station to Station
Always Crashing in the Same Car
Sons of the Silent Age
Boys Keep Swinging
Ashes to Ashes
Modern Love
China Girl
Let's Dance
Without You
Cat People (Putting Out Fire with Gasoline)
Shake It
TVC15 (Live Aid)
All the Young Dudes (with Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson)
Under Pressure (Tribute to Freddie Mercury)
America (The Concert for New York/9-11 on 20 Oct 2001)
My Death (a Jacques Brel cover)
Fantastic Voyage
All the Madmen
Sound & Vision
Rock n Roll Suicide (again)
Lady Grinning Soul
Come and Buy My Toys
When I Live My Dream
Wild Is the Wind
Satellite of Love (he wrote it for Lou Reed and sings backup)
It's No Game Pt.2

With love from Deirdre. (PS: Come back.)

...and of course all rights are retained by the original owner.

//songs from Let's Dance are included without a hint of irony because the Serious Moonlight tour stop in August 1983 in Foxboro, MA was the first concert I ever saw. It was raining and looked like the show was going to be canceled (outdoor venue). Bowie came on, it stopped raining. He finished the show, it started raining again. My friend turned to me and said, "It's official; he's God."//