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This website is part of a larger body of critical research into the relativity of change and its impacts on 21st Century earthly life. "Flourishing in change in more ways than one" was the slogan I used, from 2011 to Sept 2014, to reflect the change information I was collating and have been assessing since 2005. In 2014 the key change on chan6es is the introduction of a new slogan, because of the evidence that not all change is about flourishing. The new slogan of change music, knowledge, morality and opinion' more adequately reflects the evolutionary process of Chan6es, also in accordance to my change research results to date.
Chan6es is changing and if you would like to be part of Chan6es evolutionary process please feel welcome to share your thoughts about change with me via Kate@chan6es.com. Please note that I never publish unsolicited material on my free to use, non-profit website Chan6es. If you would like to be a Chan6es website partner, I'd be more than happy to discuss this with you, and again I can be reached via Kate@chan6es.com. I wish you all the very best with your change endeavors along with the hope that my website helps you to find what it is that you are looking for. May your God bless you and keep you in good spirits during all of your journeys of change - Christine Kathryn.
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The King of ch ch Chan6es
I attended a David Bowie Ziggy Stardust Concert in 1973. I’d dressed myself in bright yellow to compliment my friends leaf green, and we’d hand painted rainbow flowers on our faces and arms like the 1970’s hippy’s we wanted to be. Bowie eased onto the stage in his tight Ziggy costume, his guitar & chords vibrating and the crowd went wild. The Hunky Dory auditorium roof felt like it was lifting off from the power of Bowie fans crying, screaming, hand clapping, and feet stomping on and off their seats. As a result, I didn't fully get to see or hear his performance, but I did gain huge doses of Star-man atmosphere. One of the songs Bowie probably performed that night might have been Changes as it was a fairly new release at the time. He wrote and originally released Changes on his album Hunky Dory in 1971 then as a single in 1972.
Despite missing the 1970's Top 40, Changes has evolved into a Bowie signature song, now known all around the world as the sound to tune into when thinking about Changes.
“ It turned into this monster that nobody would stop asking for at concerts: 'Dye-vid, Dye-vid – do Changes!' I had no idea it would become such a popular thing." Bowie is quoted as saying.
In 2004, Changes was ranked 127th on Rolling Stone magazine's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
Changes "started out as a parody of a nightclub song, a kind of throwaway" Bowie is again quoted as saying.
Well, it clearly seems to this Ziggy Stardust fan of the 1970's, that Bowie's throwaway Changes is a boomerang that refuses to not come back: And in today’s climate of increasingly complex changes, I think that it is hardly surprising that the finite Chameleon artist, David Bowie, is my chosen King o'er all Chan6es music and lyrics.