David Bowie and Marlene Dietrich split 7 inch with unique artwork
This Split 7 inch has never been released before!
Music from the original soundtrack Just a Gigolo
Limited edition of 7500 numbered copies on coloured vinyl, 2000 in UK
After legendary English musician David Bowie started his movie career by playing the lead in The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) he was starring in Just a Gigolo (Schöner Gigolo, armer Gigolo). The West German movie about a Prussian officer who works as a gigolo in a brothel run by the Baroness (Marlene Dietrich) after he returns home from the great war, included different songs. Bowie contributed a piece of music to the film; his so-called “Revolutionary Song”, played by a band called The Rebels. Later it became a collector’s item. Besides this track the 7-inch include the 1928 title song Just a Gigolo, performed by Marlene Dietrich. It was her last film appearance and last song she recorded during her lifetime.
Revolutionary Song / Just a Gigolo is available as a limited edition of 7500 individual numbered copies on colored vinyl.