Friday, 8 September 2017

David Bowie's most famous songs, Coronation Street style

News in today that David Bowie loved nothing more behind-the-scenes at his gigs than to catch up with Coronation Street has set me thinking.  Now then, I'm a huge David Bowie fan and have been since I first became interested in music, as a young girl.  And as you know, I'm a huge Coronation Street fan too.

And so, without any further ado, here we go with David Bowie's most famous songs, Coronation Street style.

Queen Bitch


Life on Mars?

John, I'm Only Dancing

The Man Who Sold The (Under)World

Lady Stardust

Be My Wife

Oh! You Pretty Things

Rebel, Rebel

China Girl

Diamond Dogs

Ashes to Ashes

Can you think of any more, Corrie fans?

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Rapunzel said...

I love this! I haven't the photo montage but Rosie Webster and Fashion would have to go together.

abbyk said...

Let's Dance: the scene where Norris taught Roy some ballroom moves.

Modern Love: Jack and Vera, pretending to be other people, on their computer date at the Rovers.

abbyk said...

What a fun idea for a blog post!!!

Tvor said...

Putting out Fire for the Tram Crash or any of the other fires/explosions
The Man Who Sold the World could also work for Derek Wilton and all the various "executive" sales positions he's ever had

John Berry said...

How about Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed - Andy

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